See the rings of Saturn during annual astronomical phenomenon
Get your telescope ready as one of the biggest planets in the solar system shines brighter than any other point in 2021.
70 years later, lightning strike survivor recalls tragic event
Karma Lambert was one of the survivors of one of the deadliest lightning strikes in U.S. history. Now, 70 years later, she continues to stress the importance of taking lightning seriously.
'It's happening': Ice worms emerge in Pacific Northwest glaciers
A scientist who studies the mysterious creatures says there are hundreds of thousands of them living in glacial ice, but perhaps what's most interesting is how they live "at the bounds of what seems to be possible."
Say hello to the egg chair
Unlike hammocks, egg chairs take up less space and are much easier to incorporate into your patio or deck area.
How to watch the Tokyo Summer Olympics from the US
When choosing which events you're going to get behind your teams for, you'll have to accommodate for the time difference.
AccuWeather Camp: Measure hail with these common items
Pennies, quarters, ping pong balls, and softballs – what do they all have in common? You can use them to measure hail the next time it pounds your community.