Lexie O'Connor has an updated weather forecast.
- Sacramento Bee
Here’s when to expect the rough conditions.
- 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.
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.
- Statesman Journal
A winter storm watch for heavy snow and high winds has been issued for Oregon mountain passes late this weekend.
- 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.
- Miami Herald
Miami on Sunday felt the sizzle of a historically hot day — surpassing a record that had been anchored in place for the past 82 years — but rest assured, South Florida, the National Weather Service says cooler days are ahead.
- 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.
- Fox Weather
Geologists worldwide are keeping an eye on three active volcanoes, including one in the U.S.
- 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.
- The Weather Network
Multiple waves of frigid air will send temperatures tumbling across the Prairies this week.
AccuWeather forecasters say a train of storms will continue to roll across the northwestern United States through much of this week, ushering in heavy snow to the region's mountains and a mixture of rain and snow near sea level. The latest in a long line of disruptive storms pushed inland over the region from Saturday night to Sunday morning. Following temperatures in the 40s and 50s over the mountains on Saturday, temperaures plunged during the storm and rain quickly transitioned to snow over t
- 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.
- Tacoma News Tribune
Minor snowfall is likely down to sea level.
The president of Campania region, Vincenzo De Luca, requested a state of emergency after heavy rainfall triggered deadly landslides on the southern Italian island of Ischia on Saturday, November 26.According to news reports, at least one person was killed and at least ten others missing, while a further 200 people were evacuated following the landslides.Local news reported that the landslides were caused by bad weather in Ischia — an island located in the Campania region of Italy.Video footage shared by Italy’s state police shows rescue crews helping citizens in the impacted area. Credit: Polizia di Stato via Storyful
As a potent, multifaceted storm rolls out from the Rockies, severe weather ranging from high winds to a few tornadoes will be possible from the northwestern Gulf coast to the Mississippi Valley, AccuWeather meteorologists warn. Approximately 25 million people in the south-central United States will be at risk for severe thunderstorms on Tuesday alone. The storm will interact with warmth and moisture from the Gulf of Mexico pushed along by stiff winds. Heavy, gusty and perhaps violent thunderstor
- LA Times
There's a possibility of rain next weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
- In The Know by Yahoo
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- 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.
The Thanksgiving holiday weekend will end on a calm note, with highs in the mid 30s and light cloud coverage. Looking ahead at the work week, a measurable amount of snow could arrive on Tuesday.
- 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.