CBS 2 Chief Meteorologist Albert Ramon has a check on the extended forecast.
- The Hill
Whether you dread it or welcome it, daylight saving time is fast approaching this year.
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Experts says sea levels will rise 11-13 inches along southeastern North Carolina by 2050, leaving towns to reconsider their place alongside the ocean.
- Raleigh News and Observer
It looks like something out of “The Neverending Story.” But it may be just a large pig released illegally into the woods.
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At first, he didn’t quite recognize the fish he reeled in. But now he’s going to have it mounted.
A wave capsized a boat off the coast of Oregon as a crew tried to save a stranded mariner, who police said was a suspect in an incident in which a dead fish was left at a house used in the movie The Goonies.Video released by the US Coast Guard (USCG) shows a student rescuer in training jumping into choppy surf six miles west of the mouth of the Columbia River, it said.As the rescuer swims towards the boat, a giant wave crashes onto it, capsizing it and sending the boater tumbling into the water.The USCG said multiple units responded to a mayday call from a disabled 35-foot vessel Sandpiper, which was taking on water on Friday morning.The rescue swimmer, a student of the Advanced Helicopter Rescue School, was deployed to the water where twenty-foot waves and extremely high windspeeds were reported, the USCG said.The boater was rescued by the swimmer after the wave hit and both were hoisted to safety. The boater was taken to hospital with minor injuries.Astoria Police Department later said they had arrested the boater, who they named as 35-year-old Jericho Labonte.Police said Labonte had posted a video of himself on Facebook earlier that week placing a dead fish on the front porch of a house that featured in The Goonies. Labonte was wanted on charges of theft, endangering another person, unauthorized use of a vehicle, and criminal mischief. Credit: US Coast Guard via Storyful
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Homeowners around the Outer Banks or in St. Augustine, Florida, are just some of those along the East Coast feeling the slow power of sea-level rise.
- The Weather Network
A 30-degree temperature rebound is on the way for much of Eastern Canada in the coming days, but it comes at a catch.
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California wildlife officials have called off the search for a mountain lion that attacked a 5-year-old boy who was on a hiking trail in rural Northern California, saying there was little chance of capturing the animal. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife said Friday that DNA testing confirmed that a mountain lion was responsible for the attack last Tuesday in San Mateo County, south of San Francisco. “This lack of access, combined with worsening weather and the nomadic nature of mountain lions has diminished the chances for a successful capture," said Capt. Patrick Foy, a department spokesman.
The island was destroyed by the same volcano that formed it seven years before.
The cold on Mount Washington in New Hampshire on Friday was producing a wind chill of -108F (-77C).
- The Providence Journal
Gen Z is channeling their climate anxiety to tackle the crisis they feel previous generations have largely ignored.
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A polar air mass that swept over Canada helped form icicles and snow-capped rocks at the base of Niagara Falls on Friday.
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The FOX Forecast Center said a building ridge of high pressures is expected to lead to temperatures that could be 10 to 20 degrees above normal.
Other wild winter weather in the Northeast included sea smoke and steam devils.
- LA Times
As toxic emissions from diesel traffic choke the air, activists are calling for a moratorium on new warehouses and for the governor to declare a state of emergency.
- LA Times
One California water manager says Colorado River reservoirs aren't likely to refill. Scientists agree that the region needs to plan for a drier future.
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Bendable concrete created at the University of Michigan allows for thinner structures with less need for steel reinforcement. Joseph Xu/University of Michigan College of EngineeringOne of the big contributors to climate change is right beneath your feet, and transforming it could be a powerful solution for keeping greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere. The production of cement, the binding element in concrete, accounted for 7% of total global carbon dioxide emissions in 2018. Concrete is one of
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Kurt "The CyberGuy" Knutsson details the design and features of the REGENT Seaglider and also explains the benefits of the electric aircraft.
A drier weather pattern will settle in for California coming days. However, the transition will still come with its own host of hazards as AccuWeather meteorologists say bouts of gusty winds will impact Southern California through the week. The change in the weather pattern across the western U.S. will come on the heels of a storm the dove southward across the region on Sunday. This storm first approached the coast of California on Saturday before pushing a wave of heavier precipitation inland.
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STORY: The German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) said the quake struck at a depth of 10 km (6 miles) near the southern Turkish city of Kahramanmaras, while the EMSC monitoring service said the chance of a tsunami risk was being evaluated.The tremor lasted about a minute and shattered windows, according to a Reuters witness in Diyarbakir, 350 km (218 miles)to the east.Broadcasters TRT and Haberturk showed images of people gathered around wrecked building in Kahramanmaras, seeking survivors.The governor of Turkey's southeastern province of Sanliurfa province, Salih Ayhan, said on Twitter, "we have destroyed buildings" and urged people to move to safe locations.The head of the Turkish Red Cross said it was mobilizing resources for the region as it had received information of serious damage and collapsed buildings, and urged people to evacuate damaged homes.