- Miami Herald
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center have lowered the development chances on the disturbance they have been monitoring the last few days in the Eastern Tropical Atlantic.
- The Guardian
Hundreds were marooned in the downpour as the climate crisis increases the likelihood of extreme weather
- Victorville Daily Press
Monsoon is a season when summer rain is more prevalent, usually from mid-June to September. Here's what causes the drenching storms.
- LA Times
The tramway, which ferries passengers from the floor of the Coachella Valley to near the top of San Jacinto Peak, will be closed for extended cleanup.
- Raleigh News and Observer
We revisit the topic of baby copperheads and whether or not their bites are more potent than those of an adult snake.
Drying out over night with temperatures will be cooling off to the upper 60s overnight.
VILLERS-LE-LAC, France (Reuters) - Business for Francoise Droz-Bartholet has reduced to a trickle, just like stretches of the Doubs River straddling the French-Swiss border that her cruise boats usually ply. Water levels in rivers, lakes and reservoirs across western Europe are running low, or even dry, amid the severest drought in decades which is putting stress on drinking water supplies, hampering river freight and tourism and threatening crop yields. She now has to bus clients along the gorge to a starting point further upstream to a point in the river where there is enough water for her cruise boats to navigate.
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The two fire vehicles belonged to the Bureau of Indian Affairs and were parked when they were hit by flames, officials said.
Park received 1.46 inches of rain, out of an annual average of 1.9 inches.
- The Hill
Story at a glance AccuWeather meteorologists are predicting a warm fall this year. Many parts of the country will not get cooler temperatures until well into September. The prolonged warm weather also raises the risk of extreme weather events into the fall. As the season’s turn approaches next month, many Americans may not feel much…
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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- Victorville Daily Press
Monsoonal weather should arrive each afternoon and early evening this week, with mountain areas having the highest chance of heavy rainfall.
- Associated Press
A main roadway into Death Valley National Park will remain closed into next week as crews clean up after record-breaking rains damaged the roadway and choked it with mud, rocks and debris. Flash flooding in the park last week trapped hundreds of hotel guests and partially buried about 60 cars and trucks in mud. The California Department of Transportation said about 30 miles (48 kilometers) of State Route 190 were partially or fully buried with debris and about 20 miles (32 kilometers) have been cleared.
- LA Times
Los Angeles County weather sees triple-digit heat and increased humidity in some areas this weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
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France is one of the European countries fresh off a brutal heat wave that left hundreds dead across the continent in July. However, people weren't the only ones to suffer, as crucial waterways have dried up rapidly this summer. The Loire River, the longest in France, flows from the southeastern region of the country to about 75 miles south of Paris, then flows west where it eventually empties into the Atlantic Ocean. On Tuesday, news footage showed the water level in the Loire has dropped so low
- Associated Press
Firefighters were battling a wildfire in southwestern France on Wednesday in a region known for its pine forests that was ravaged by flames last month. Authorities in Spain´s northern Basque Country region said France has stopped freight trucks from crossing the border at Irun due to the fire. Photos released by firefighters showed flames raging through pine forests, sending clouds of dark gray smoke soaring into the sky.
- The Daily Beast
David Merron via GettyAre you a fan of the 1995 film Waterworld starring Kevin Costner? Great news: There’s a distinct possibility that it’ll become a reality in the future if humanity can’t get its act together to prevent climate catastrophe!In a new paper published August 10 in the journal Nature, a team of Australian scientists found that sea levels could rise a staggering five meters by the year 2500 if we fail to meet the goals set in the Paris Climate Agreement. Specifically, the ice melt