It's been 10 years since a destructive derecho tore through DC
The date June 29, 2012, is a difficult one for those in and around the nation's capital to forget. On that day, an intense line of extremely gusty thunderstorms introduced tens of millions of people to a new word.
Strengthening tropical rainstorm to slam into Nicaragua
The poorly organized storm will encounter some trouble as it veers close to South America, but AccuWeather meteorologists expect the system to rapidly strengthen once it nears Central America later this week.
‘Truly biblical’ swarms of cannibalistic insects ravage crops out West
They resemble fat grasshoppers and the extreme heat and drought conditions only increase their vast numbers, leaving ranchers and farmers to battle the insurgent mess.
5 ways people stayed cool before air conditioning was invented
Beating the scorching heat was much different before the advent of air conditioning, and many people had to be creative when trying to stay cool and comfortable on a hot summer afternoon.
Top picks on homeware and outdoor furniture from Wayfair's July 4th sale
Need to upgrade your patio space now that summer weather is here? Maybe it's time to spruce up some indoor spaces while you're at it. Check out these choices.
How to keep your pup cool in the tough summer heat
The summer heat arrived well before summer officially did in many places this year. These types of temperatures can be uncomfortable and even dangerous for your dog.