TEMA Director Patrick Sheehan answers questions about how to stay safe, prepared, and informed during the increasing weather disasters in Tennessee.
- Sacramento Bee
The herd caused traffic delays for drivers as they crossed multiple roads.
- CBS News
Officials said "such eruptions have the potential to create tsunami waves."
- Sacramento Bee
The Sierra snowpack is ahead of the epic 1982-83 winter.
- Miami Herald
“Almost looks like a flying snake.”
- Idaho Statesman
Heavy snowfall has depleted regular food sources in the mountains and caused wildlife to venture into urban areas in search of food.
- LA Times
A magnitude 2.9 earthquake was reported Wednesday at 4:11 p.m. Pacific time in Los Angeles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
- The Bergen Record
Did you know comets come in colors? A green one is paying us a call right now. Here's how to view it.
- The Weather Network
The Ecuador-Colombia coastal zone has a history of strong earthquakes.
Norwegian electric car owners have a word for the way they feel when they look nervously at their battery indicators while driving in subfreezing weather: "rekkevideangst", or "range anxiety".With temperatures often falling below zero, rugged terrain and long stretches of remote roads, Norway may not seem like the most ideal place to drive an electric car, whose battery dies faster in cold weather.
- Argus Leader
It's been nearly 90 years since Sioux Falls saw more than 20 inches of snow in January, though the city has seen snowier winters.
- Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
The Kinder Morgan natural gas plant experienced a power outage that led to flaring and venting of the facility in Snyder.
- Sacramento Bee
If you have weekend plans in Tahoe, it’s a good idea to check the forecast before you travel.
- Live Science
Tonight (Feb. 1), the green comet C/2022 E3 ZTF will make its closest approach to Earth since the age of the Neanderthals. Here's how to view it.
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- KCRA - Sacramento Videos
KCRA 3 Weather meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn looks at when some rain and snow will return to Northern California and how much you can expect.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Who remembers the December 2013 winter storm that coated Fort Worth in 4 inches (!) of sleet, causing what became known as “cobblestone” ice on roads?
A Chinese vlogger was fined 125,000 yuan (approximately $18,500) for cooking and eating an endangered baby great white shark during a livestream. In the video clip uploaded last year, the influencer, identified by officials as Jin and known as Tizi in her videos, can be seen cutting up the 6.6-foot shark and boiling it with various spices. The viral video was met with backlash, with viewers doubting that the shark was bought legally.
I've driven impressive electric vehicles from Tesla, Kia, Ford, and more. But I'm not ready to shell out for one just yet.
- Dog Time
A Texas Rottweiler once known as Bear was recently rescued from a Colorado highway three years after he disappeared from his backyard. But instead of your typical heartwarming reunification story, this tale involves a pup caught between two families who both wanted to keep him. Texas Rottweiler Disappears From Backyard Back in 2020, the Rottweiler […]
- Associated Press
Snowpacks in the Sierra Nevada Mountains have swelled to more than 200% their normal size, and snowfall across the rest of the Colorado River Basin is trending above average, too. While the much-needed water has improved conditions in the parched West, experts warn against claiming victory. “The drought is so critical that this recent rainfall is a little like finding a $20 bill when you’ve lost your job and you’re being evicted from your house,” said Rhett Larson, an Arizona State University professor of water law.