Tropical Storm Nicole has been deadly, claiming the lives of at least four people after making landfall in Florida. Now the remnants of the storm are moving up the east coast, triggering tornado warnings, flooding, and power outages.
It was a snowy start to meteorological winter across the mountains of California Thursday as a winter storm tracked across the state, and AccuWeather forecasters say that more snow is on the way. The storm arrived in Northern California late Wednesday and continued throughout Thursday, delivering much-needed rain to the lower elevations. San Francisco International Airport measured 0.71 of an inch of rain on Thursday, nearly half of the 1.58 inches of rain that fell in all of November. A yardsti
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It's little rest for the weary for travelers in California trying to get over the passes in the Sierra Nevada as a second storm is barreling toward the Golden State just hours after a first storm blasted the mountains with feet of snow and wind gusts reaching as high as 99 mph.
- The State
South Carolina has already seen some chilly days in recent weeks, but what can the state expect through February?
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A "rogue wave" hit the Viking Polaris earlier this week – when the Antarctica cruise was heading to Ushiaia, Argentina, travel company Viking said.
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Here's a look at top wind gusts around the state and what's causing the latest wind storm.
On Saturday, much of Western Washington woke up to a fresh dusting of snow from a system that passed through overnight.
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Storms are expected to drop eight inches to a foot of snow in the mountains and foothills above 3,000 feet between Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
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Twitter video from a doorbell camera shows the moment a bright meteor or fireball streaks across dark Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, skies on Thursday evening.
Dollar Tree may be the place you only go for quick and affordable party or cleaning supplies, but you'd be amazed at the breadth of items the discount store offers each season. Though we're still...
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PAGE, Ariz. - The first sign of serious trouble for the drought-stricken American Southwest could be a whirlpool. It could happen if the surface of Lake Powell, a man-made reservoir along the Colorado River that's already a quarter of its former size, drops another 38 feet down the concrete face of the 710-foot Glen Canyon Dam here. At that point, the surface would be approaching the tops of eight underwater openings that allow river water to pass through the hydroelectric dam.Subscribe to The P
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A deadly severe weather outbreak that began Tuesday and lasted into Wednesday morning led to at least 47 reports of tornadoes from Louisiana and Mississippi to Alabama and Georgia, and cleanup efforts were still ongoing across the region Friday.
An Island Nation In The Pacific Is Rapidly Sinking, So To Make People Pay Attention, They Put Forth A Digitized (And Devastating) Plea
At high tide, up to 40% of its capital is underwater. Experts predict the island nation could be uninhabitable within the next 50 to 100 years, though locals fear it could be sooner.View Entire Post ›
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The largest active volcano in the world, Mauna Loa, is erupting after 38 years. This is how the eruption might affect travel plans to Hawaii.
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The resurgence of bobcats in Ohio is a positive indication of the recovery of forested ecosystems.
- Tacoma News Tribune
“To all you Clark Griswolds out there, we know you love decorating for Christmas but this is a step too far!”
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From the transport to the catering to the light fixtures, green credentials have been factored into every aspect of the ceremony.
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Eight years into a U.S. program to control damage from feral pigs, the invasive animals with big appetites and snouts that uproot anything that smells good are still a multibillion-dollar plague on farmers, wildlife and the environment. The animals root out rows of freshly planted peanuts and corn, leaving huge ruts that must be smoothed before the field can be replanted -- weeks after the best planting time.
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A former coal-fired power plant in New Jersey was imploded Friday, and its owners announced plans for a new $1 billion venture on the site, where batteries will be deployed to store power from clean energy sources including wind and solar. The move came as New Jersey moves aggressively to adopt clean energy, including its push to be the East Coast leader in offshore wind energy. Starwood Energy demolished the former Logan Generating Plant, with the head of New Jersey's Board of Public Utilities pushing a ceremonial button; the actual explosives used in bringing the structure down were triggered by a licensed demolition contractor.
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"Deer: The Animal Answer Guide" tells readers why antlers are different from horns, whether deer can see the bright orange that hunters wear and more.
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Scientists say it's not possible to forecast how long the eruption at Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano will last. David Phillips of the Hawaii Volcano Observatory notes that the previous eruption in 1984 lasted a little over three weeks. (Dec. 2)