Morning Forecast, November 20th, 2022
- Sacramento Bee
Emergency officials say ash and Pele’s hair could blanket parts of the island.
An atmospheric fire hose will blast areas of the Pacific coast this week and could result in major travel disruptions from heavy snow, flooding and strong winds, AccuWeather meteorologists warn. A phenomenon, known as an atmospheric river, or a plume of intense moisture, will take aim at part of the West coast and move southward during the middle days of this week, before weakening by Friday prior to reaching Southern California. The setup can lead to excessive amounts of rain and snow in a shor
- Miami Herald
An sharp-eyed UPS deliveryman came through in the clutch on Florida’s Space Coast.
- Fox Weather
The FOX Forecast Center will keep an eye on a series of storm systems across the U.S. that will bring rain, snow and even severe weather to millions of Americans this week.
- USA TODAY
A massive storm system moving into the Pacific Northwest is predicted to bring severe weather, including fierce winds and tornadoes in the South.
- The Commercial Appeal
The National Weather Service in Memphis is projecting severe weather across the Mid-South Tuesday — with tornados, thunderstorms and damaging wind.
- LA Times
Los Angeles County health officials on Sunday issued a cold weather alert for what's expected to be a chilly week in Southern California.
- Sacramento Bee
The world’s largest active volcano last erupted in 1984, experts say.
- Fox Weather
Historic rains triggered a deadly debris flow on the small island of Ischia. The local fire departments called for reinforcements which arrived by boat from Naples.
- NBC News
Mauna Loa, the world's largest active volcano, has erupted for the first time in nearly four decades, and civil defense officials Monday warned residents on Haw
- The Daily Beast
Guglielmo Mangiapane/ReutersROME—The lifeless, mud-covered body of a 21-day-old infant has become the latest symbol of yet another preventable tragedy blamed on corruption and illegality in Italy. Eight people died, and a further five are still missing, after torrential rains sent houses, cars, and buses tumbling down a mountain. Among the bodies recovered was a 5-year-old girl in pink pajamas and her 11-year-old brother. Hopes of finding anyone alive have been dampened by continuing bad weather
- Fox Weather
Geologists worldwide are keeping an eye on three active volcanoes, including one in the U.S.
- The Weather Network
Multiple waves of frigid air will send temperatures tumbling across the Prairies this week.
- WCVB - Boston
A massive four-alarm fire destroyed a Connecticut marina overnight. The fire broke out at Seaport Marine in Mystic Sunday night. Fire officials said the marina was destroyed. Firefighters say the wind was a major factor in fueling the fire. There was no immediate word on injuries or what may have caused the fire.
- 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.
For the first time since 1984, Hawaii’s Mauna Loa volcano began erupting late Sunday. The lava has been contained so far and isn’t threatening communities below the volcano, the U.S. Geological Survey said. Photo: U.S. Geological Survey/Associated Press
- CBS News Videos
Heavy snow is expected from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Lakes, while the South is in danger of potential tornado outbreaks in the coming days. The Weather Channel's Mike Bettes has the forecast.
Houston, Texas issued a boil water notice on Sunday night for over 2.2 million people after a power outage occurred at three water treatment facilities on Sunday morning. Residents of Houston should boil all water used for drinking, bathing, or even just brushing teeth, for at least three minutes, according to a tweet sent by the city of Houston just before 7:30 p.m. local time, 8:30 p.m. ET.
- KABC – Los Angeles
It is going to be a lot cooler this week in Southern California with below-average temperatures and some snow and rain are expected as we head into the weekend.
- Yahoo News
In recent years, fall seems to have all but disappeared — especially in the Northeast — and experts say climate change is partly to blame.