Multiple days of torrential downpours are in store for southeastern Texas this week, heightening the risk of flooding and travel disruptions across the region.
Wildlife and marine life forced to fend for themselves as tropical storms and hurricanes wreak havoc on their natural habitats.
Carlotta will elevate the risk of flooding in southern Mexico into Sunday night.
With the issuance of an El Niño Watch, many may be wondering what implications that can have on the weather that affects the United States.
Tropical Rainstorm Bud will deliver enough rain to temporarily ease wildfire concerns but may also cause isolated flash flooding and mudslides in parts of the southwestern United States this weekend.
As Irma evacuees stuffed what belongings they could in their cars, waited in lengthy gas station lines and hoped for the best fate of their homes, many were also ensuring their pets would safely ride out the storm.
Tropical downpours may lead to flooding and travel problems in parts of Texas early this week.
The government of Puerto Rico on Tuesday released additional data on the number of deaths that occurred on the island in the wake of devastating Hurricane Maria in September 2017.