In this week's Weather Extra segment, CBS News Bay Area Meteorologist Paul Heggen looks at how exceptional drought and the warming climate are combining to put Western water supplies at risk
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- The Weather Network
Driving is the No. 1 danger when it comes to storms, says Mark Robinson, The Weather Network Storm Hunter and meteorologist.
- The Coloradoan
The cold front that moved into Northern Colorado on Thursday evening set records and by Saturday could leave record snowfall.
Strong storms triggered a tornado warning for parts of Orange and Seminole counties on Saturday evening.
- KTNV - Las Vegas Scripps
KTNV's Paulina Buck speaks with the Water Authority regarding Lake Mead's lowering levels and how residents will receive water if the current water level trend continues.
- USA TODAY
A series of announcements this week point out the impacts of climate change on warmer temperatures and food and energy security
- Akron Beacon Journal
The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch until 10 p.m. for more than half of the state.
The First Alert Weather Team is tracking rain and storms along I-95 Sunday. Send us pictures of the storms in your neighborhood ⛈
Just a day after spring warmth, wintry weather seized Colorado on May 20.
Coca-Cola Co. adopted a sustainable packaging initiative World Without Waste in 2018 to help solve the global plastic waste crisis with a goal of making 100% of its packaging recyclable by 2025 and using at least 50% recycled material in packaging by 2030. Coke set a target to use 3 million tons less of virgin plastic from oil-based sources by 2025. The company said it will strive for this 20% reduction by investing in new recycling technologies like enhanced recycling, packaging improvements such as light-weighting, alternative business models such as refillable, dispensed and fountain systems, as well as the development of new renewable materials.
- Tri-City Herald
Police found mountain lion paw prints in the dirt.
- Detroit Free Press
Two are dead and 44 injured from a violent tornado that touched down in Gaylord Friday. Still stunned, residents have begun to clear the wreckage.
- Associated Press
A New Mexico facility where researchers work to restore forests devastated by fires faced an almost cruelly ironic threat: The largest wildfire burning in the U.S. was fast approaching. Owen Burney and his team knew they had to save what they could. Atop their list was a priceless bank of millions of ponderosa pine, spruce and other conifer seeds meant to help restore fire-ravaged landscapes across the American West.
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STORY: The National Weather Service rated the tornado an EF3 with 140 mile per hour winds.Two people were reported killed and 44 injured.
Exactly one month until the summer solstice, Colorado is waking up to a winter wonderland. Track this storm through the morning, including snow totals and updated forecasts, on the First Alert 5 Weather stream, which can be viewed on the KOAA News5 app for your Roku, FireTV, AppleTV or AndroidTV.
- KMGH - Denver Scripps
A spring snowstorm dumped more than a foot of snow in some parts of Colorado and knocked down limbs and power to thousands in the Denver area.
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Temperatures are expected to hit the 90s in much of the Hudson Valley this weekend, before cooler weather returns on Monday.
- LA Times
While some water agencies are urging the use of pool covers, most stop short of prohibiting the filling of swimming pools.
- The Guardian
Earthworm native to east Asia and known for its large appetite poses threat to forest ecosystems, scientists say
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Mariupol in danger of epidemics after Russia launches damaged water supply systems, says ombudswoman
After the launch of damaged water supply systems by the Russian invaders in the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol, the water spilled onto the ground began to erode burial sites, Ukrainian Ombudswoman Liudmyla Denisova said in a Telegram messenger post on May 22.
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STORY: The thunderstorm that nearly packed the power of a tornado rolled through Ontario, killing at least two people and left parts of Canada's most populous province without power, authorities said.Over 340,000 customers were without power due to the severe storms, Hydro One Ltd, Ontario's largest utility, said, adding additional resources have been deployed to restore power from extensive damage.Ontario is home to nearly 40% of Canada's 38.2 million population.Environment Canada, which issued a mobile alert warning of the severe thunderstorms, said wind gusts of 82 miles (132 kilometres) per hour were measured at the peak in some parts.