Earlier this week, hail and wind battered a dairy farm about a hundred miles northwest of the Twin Cities.
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- The Weather Network
Hurricane Sam shows no signs of slowing down, and will continue to intensify in the coming days, expected to reach major status on Saturday.
- Business Insider
Photo shows one house miraculously unaffected by volcano eruption in the Canary Islands that scorched everything around it
The couple who owned the house discovered it had survived the Cumbre Vieja volcano eruption on the island of La Palma thanks to this photo.
- KABC – Los Angeles
Thunderstorms swept across parts of Southern California Friday, and some places saw lightning and heavy downpours.
- CBS News
Sam is just the latest in an exceptional number of tropical systems that have rapidly intensified in the past two seasons.
- Miami Herald
Forecasters are also monitoring two other disturbances, including one that has a chance of turning into a tropical depression next week.
- WPTV- West Palm Beach Scripps
After rapid intensification, Sam has become a hurricane.
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KSBW 8 Chief Meteorologist Lee Solomon has your local weather forecast
- Associated Press
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of starting a Northern California wildfire that spread rapidly, burning homes and prompting evacuation orders Thursday in a rural community, authorities said. Workers at a nearby quarry reported seeing a woman acting strangely and trespassing in the area in Shasta County where the Fawn Fire was sparked Wednesday afternoon, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said in a statement. Later Wednesday, Alexandra Souverneva walked out of the brush near the fire line and approached firefighters and told them she was dehydrated and needed medical help, Cal Fire said.
- Men's Health
The Bruder EXP-8 Off-Road Camper combines military-like looks with 5-star hotel luxury.
- USA TODAY
The volcanic eruption on the Spanish island of La Palma won't immediately trigger a tsunami that would leave parts of the East Coast underwater.
LA PALMA (Reuters) -Intensifying volcanic explosions on the Spanish island of La Palma forced firefighters to retreat and authorities to evacuate three more towns on Friday, while airlines cancelled flights due to a cloud of gas and ash, the biggest since the volcano erupted. Firefighters pulled out of clean-up work in the town of Todoque on Friday afternoon as a new vent opened up in the flank of the volcano and videos shared on social media showed a massive shockwave emanating from the eruption site. A Reuters witness saw a huge grey cloud billowing from the top of the volcano on Friday afternoon, the largest since the eruption began on Sunday.
- Southern Living
We dare you not to smile.
- LA Times
A wildfire-prone state park has been inundated with visitors as people flee urban areas. Now, California wants to build campsites there, infuriating nearby residents who say the plan puts them at risk.
Several inland areas of Riverside and San Diego counties are under a flash flood watch. Alex Biston reports.
- WPTV- West Palm Beach Scripps
A new tropical storm formed Thursday morning in the Atlantic Ocean.
A woman was charged with arson in connection to a California wildfire that has burned 10,000 acres. Officials say she walked out of the brush with a lighter.
Officials believe the 30-year-old woman could be a serial arsonist and are investigating her connections to other fires in the state.
The puppy and monkey both left their time together unharmed, with the little dog getting adopted and named Saru after their rescue
- Idaho Statesman
Wildlife officials are now searching for the cubs.
Despite significant optimism about green energy following the November 2020 U.S. election, the Invesco Solar ETF (NYSE: TAN) is down 19% year-to-date in 2021. On Thursday, Bank of America analyst Julien Dumoulin-Smith said he has observed an “alarming decline” in U.S. solar panel imports, and the worst could be yet to come. The Numbers: Monthly U.S. solar panel imports hit their low point for the year in July, down 22% from a year ago and 18% sequentially. Year-to-date imports from South Korea a
- LA Times
That orange or gray haze that Los Angeles residents are seeing is actually from wildfires burning more than 100 miles away.