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- USA TODAY
Hurricane season is over but forecasters thought a rare December subtropical storm had been brewing. Here's the latest.
- The Weather Network
An airplane passenger was in the right place at the right time last week, recording video of the leading edge of a haboob in the skies above Colorado
- Fox Weather
A record 10.4 inches of snow fell on Tuesday in Anchorage, Alaska, which shut down schools and caused treacherous travel conditions.
- KGO – San Francisco
The first of two storms coming our way arrives Thursday, before a stronger one with an atmospheric river this weekend. Here's what to expect.
A much more dynamic and volatile weather pattern is looming for the United States as the atmosphere begins to shift gears following a quieter start to December. By early next week, numerous small, weak disturbances will be replaced by one massive storm that could wreak havoc on cross-country travel as well as pose a significant threat to lives and property, AccuWeather meteorologists warn. "The stage is being set for extreme weather conditions over the U.S. next week, especially for the middle o
- Charlotte Observer
One witness report came from 271 miles east of the quake center, the USGS says.
- Statesman Journal
Two rounds of snow are expected to hit Oregon’s Cascade Range late this week and this weekend.
- Tri-City Herald
Temperatures to drop again soon.
- Sacramento Bee
The National Weather Service discourages mountain travel this weekend.
- In The Know by Yahoo
When the snow starts to fall this winter, this dog dad has the perfect potty hack.
Those hoping for some holiday cheer in the form of snow may not have to wait much longer in portions of the Northeast, according to AccuWeather meteorologists. Residents in locations near the Atlantic coast will likely receive their first snowflakes and perhaps the first accumulating snow of the season this weekend. The second of two "mini" storm systems traveling from the Midwest to the mid-Atlantic into early next week will have the best chance of bringing snowflakes to the coast and perhaps a
- Associated Press
Lava from the world's largest volcano is no longer an imminent threat to the main highway across the Big Island of Hawaii, scientists said Thursday, a development that was a welcome reprieve for motorists who depend on the road. Mauna Loa was still erupting Thursday morning, but the lava that was feeding the flow heading toward the crucial road has been cut off, likely because of a reduced production rate, said David Phillips, deputy scientist-in-charge at U.S. Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. “That’s good news for us,” Hawaii County Mayor Mitch Roth said.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Snow expected in southeast Wisconsin Friday, with rain-snow mix for Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha counties
Lakefront counties such as Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha are more likely to see a mix of rain and snow, according to the National Weather Service.
- Sacramento Bee
“Pele brings change and life, in so many ways.”
Back-to-back storms from the Pacific will take aim at the West into the weekend, with the second and larger storm of the pairing expected to set the stage for severe weather and blizzard conditions in the nation's midsection next week. The storms will continue to help grow the snowpack throughout the West and deliver needed rainfall as far south as Southern California. Winter weather advisories were in place across parts of Northern California, Oregon, Idaho and Washington Thursday. The first st
- Modesto Bee
And no, this does not mean the drought is over.
- Fox News
Winter weather alerts are in place across the Plains to the Midwest, with snow in Michigan, and rain is forecast from the southern Plains to the Ohio River Valley.
- Bradenton Herald
Fish kills and breathing irritation continue for a large swath of the Southwest Florida coast.
- KCRA - Sacramento Videos
Thursday will be a wet day for Northern California. Three waves of rain and snow begin Thursday and into the weekend. Here's what to expect.
Four years on, as the fallout from the Ukraine war halted Russian gas supplies to Poland, the local authorities postponed a ban on the dirtiest stoves for heating, and air pollution in Olpiny exceeded the norms by four-fold last month. "I feel completely helpless and abandoned by the state," said Julia Tkaczuk, 38, whose five-year-old son has asthma. While a number of European countries besides Poland, such as Germany and Hungary, are burning more polluting brown coal, or lignite, to keep the lights on, experts say it's the use of the fuel at home that will have the biggest impact on health.