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- Fox Weather
Thanksgiving weekend forecast 2022: Rounds of rain could make for soggy travel from South to Midwest to East
While Thanksgiving Day produced anything but frightful weather across the U.S., it could be a different story for Americans returning home as the FOX Forecast Center tracks a storm system that has the potential to cause some travel delays from the South to the Midwest and the East over the holiday weekend.
- The New York Times
ELK MOUNTAIN, Wyo. — The first time I showed the app to someone who had never used it, I had to gently extract my phone from the person’s hand. This happened the second time, too, and was followed by an email requesting the name of “that mapping program.” The app is called OnX. Its basic functionality is simple: OnX shows you where you are in real time, using a blue dot exactly the same as the one on Google Maps. The difference is that OnX is designed to show where you are in a forest, on a moun
- Florida Today
Growing up in the 1990s, it seemed like banana spiders were everywhere. But many residents say they haven't seen the massive creepy crawlers in years.
- Sacramento Bee
Here’s when to expect the rough conditions.
- Business Insider
Dozens of times drought, ice melt, and storm surge unearthed unusual and unsettling discoveries this year
As the world warms, old sites, ancient artifacts, rare fossils, and even human remains are being unearthed.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A deer camp at the Leopold-Pines Conservation Area near Baraboo helps reduce deer numbers and assist with ecological restoration projects.
- Statesman Journal
A winter storm watch for heavy snow and high winds has been issued for Oregon mountain passes late this weekend.
Expect very poor pass travel, and folks headed to the Apple Cup should be aware that getting back from Pullman on Saturday night or all day Sunday could be very difficult indeed.
- LA Times
After serving as subjects of biomedical experiments, these weary chimpanzees are headed to a better life in the world's largest chimp sanctuary.
- Fox Weather
Snow, severe storms and heavy rainfall will be possible during upcoming workweek.
With the cost of rents, groceries and healthcare continuing to rise amid inflation, retirees undoubtedly are feeling the pinch. But they don't have to give up on their dream of finding a community...
- Palm Beach Daily News
Frank Cerabino's column on the conspiracy theory that Hurricane Ian was a "deep state" plot against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
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...
- TCPalm | Treasure Coast Newspapers
Freya, Hali and Tancook are swimming in the warm waters along the edge of the continental shelf.
- State College Centre Daily Times
College Avenue was blocked at Allen Street for nine minutes.
- Associated Press
At a suburban park near Doha, the capital city of Qatar, cool air from vents in the ground blasted joggers on a November day that reached almost 32 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit). The small park with air-conditioned paths is an apt illustration of World Cup host Qatar’s answers, so far, to the rising temperatures its people face. The wealthy Gulf Arab nation has been able to pay for extreme adaptive measures like this thanks to the natural gas it exports to the world.
- Naples Daily News
Debris from Hurricane Ian is still being dealt with most noticeably along Gulf Shore Drive and on the corner of U.S. 41 and Coconut Road.
- The Hill
Climate activist Greta Thunberg joined hundreds of other youth activists in Stockholm on Friday to file a lawsuit against the Swedish government over its alleged inaction on climate change. “Today on Black Friday is the perfect day to sue the state over its insufficient climate policies,” Thunberg said on Twitter. “So that’s what we did.…
AccuWeather forecasters say a train of storms will continue to roll across the northwestern United States through much of this week, ushering in rain to the lower elevations and snow to the region's mountains. The next in a long line of disruptive storms is set to drop into the Pacific Northwest into Sunday morning. "As the storm moves through the area, it will bring a push of colder air and lowering snow levels across Washington and Oregon," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dan Pydynowski expla
- The Week
'The tide is coming in'