On this week's weather extra, Meteorologist Darren Peck goes into an explanation on the importance of recognizing the role this moderate strength atmospheric river played in delivering us this wonderfully weird start to June.
- CBS News
One of the girl's family members jumped in the water and beat the shark off of her until she was free, officials said.
- Travel Noire
People who live or are going to the Southern Caribbean islands must be extremely cautious over the next few days.
- Naples Daily News
Heavy rain is possible along portions of the Texas coast for the next two days and could affect travel.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
The Camino Fire was caused by a catalytic converter, Cal Fire said.
Most rainbows are colorful and vibrant, but not this one. A rare white rainbow, also known as a ghost rainbow or a fogbow, was captured on video arcing over the skies of Heihe, Heilongjiang province, China, on June 29. The vivid fogbow clearly stands out amid the fog bank lingering in the skies over the Chinese city, which is located in the country's north along the Russian border. The bright blue skies contrast against the bright white fogbow, and the partly sunny conditions in the fogbow's bac
- USA TODAY
South Carolina was rocked by several earthquakes Wednesday, including the two strongest quakes yet in a "swarm" of earthquakes.
- The State
Could mining be causing the latest earthquakes to rock South Carolina? Here’s what state officials say.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Residents in nine of Arizona's 15 counties should be wearing face masks in indoor public places due to COVID-19, updated federal guidance says.
- Tallahassee Democrat
In honor of the year’s loudest and fastest three-day weekend ahead, the Tropics are living on the edge, with three disturbances pushing the boundaries of hurricane climatology for late June.
- Reuters Videos
STORY: Footage shows residents waking up amid a foam cloud sweeping at least 30 homes as firefighters sprayed water to disperse the cloud."Honestly, this (house) can collapse at any minute and I will have to sleep under the bridge,” Soacha resident William Sanchez said, while cleaning up his kitchen that was flooded with the toxic foam.Local media reported the foam came from a sewage gully that overflowed under the downpour.Authorities said they would be conducting lab analysis to determine whether chemicals, waste, or other substances could have caused the foam.
- LA Times
Crews have made significant progress on the Rices fire but are 'far from being out of the woods,' a Cal Fire official said. Multiple structures are believed to have been destroyed.
- Corpus Christi Caller-Times
The transaction to donate Powderhorn Ranch conserves one of the state’s largest “unspoiled coastal prairies in Texas."
It is the second such incident in three days in the US park.
- Business Insider
Three Gazprom liquefied natural gas tankers have been seized by Germany for an indefinite period of time
Berlin has also reportedly considered expropriating portions of Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline that are in German territory.
- Forkast News
Marathon Digital, a major Bitcoin miner in the U.S., had to halt three-fourths of its mining operations in Montana due to power outages caused by a storm, reinforcing an earlier decision to move out of the region. See related article: Compass Mining CEO, CFO resign after utility payment default allegations Fast facts The Nasdaq-listed company […]
- Southern Living
America’s longest native snake is slithering its way to a comeback. It's good news... we promise!
- Miami Herald
A frightening scene played out on Thursday in Keaton Beach, off the Gulf Coast in northwestern Florida, after a young girl was attacked by a shark.
- The Guardian
The bill states that 30% of plastic items sold or bought be recyclable by 2028 and economic responsibility falls to producers
Steve Irwin's Family Just Opened a Luxury Lodge at the Australia Zoo to Honor His Legacy — Take a Look Inside
The Crocodile Hunter Lodge opened in Beerwah, Queensland, on June 22, 2022.
More than a dozen goats journeyed to Riverside Park in New York City on Wednesday to feast on weeds, a chemical-free way to remove invasive species while adding to the joys of nature. The furry visitors arrived in Manhattan from Green Goats farm in Rhinebeck, New York, earlier in the day to gobble up overgrown brush - even species dangerous to humans, like poison ivy. "Imagine trying to keep your balance while you're pulling out invasive plants so that you can plant native species that will better hold the soil and provide better habitat for the wildlife."