The forecast looks like a fantastic Thanksgiving afternoon and then be ready for showers likely later tonight.
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A widespread and intense heatwave is roasting large portions of the U.S. and Canada, shattering daily and monthly temperature records. Why it matters: Winter is the fastest-warming season across the U.S., and the lingering warmth is shortening the snow season in places like Colorado and Montana, where mountain snowpack is a critical source of water during the summer months. Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeThe big picture: On Wed
AccuWeather meteorologists say a shift in the storm track across the northwestern United States will allow storms to trek farther south and target areas that largely missed out on the barrage of drenching, warm storms that produced disastrous flooding in parts of the region and British Columbia, Canada, last month. This shift in the stormy pattern will also bring the return of colder air which will allow a significant amount of snow to reach the mountains with snowflakes possible at lower elevat
Haunting photos show ash-covered, abandoned towns in La Palma, where people have dealt with 10 weeks of non-stop volcanic eruptions
The Cumbre Vieja volcano has dealt up to $800 million in damages to La Palma, a resort island in the Canary Islands, and destroyed thousands of homes.
U.S. snow depth on December 2, shown each year from 2003 to 2021. (NWS) It's December, for those of you who don't own calendars. But our calendarless neighbors can be excused for thinking it may be November or even October based on the current color of their grass. Americans from the Pacific to the Atlantic are putting up Christmas lights and lighting menorah candles without the usual wintry scene-setter - wintry, white, blanketing snow. So where's it at? Well, almost nowhere in the United State
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The fire was first reported Tuesday in neighboring Judith Basin County and spread into Fergus County.
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A fresh river of lava from the volcano on Spain’s La Palma island threatened Wednesday to engulf a parish church that has so far survived the eruption that shows no signs of relenting after 10 weeks. The nearest lava flow to the Los Llanos de Aridane church has slowed down since it started over the weekend but it is still only 1 kilometer (0.6 miles) away. Molten rock from the Sept. 19 eruption on La Palma, part of Spain's Canary Islands archipelago, has consumed over 1,500 buildings and covered over 1,130 hectares (2,800 acres) including banana farms, the island's main source of revenue along with tourism.
With a growing number of places across the United States getting their first snowflakes of the season, it's once again that time of year to break out the hot chocolate and look ahead at the chances of a white Christmas across the contiguous U.S. A climate pattern well-known for bringing precipitation to the northern tier of the country may tip the scales on which areas get a white Christmas or just a handful of flurries -- if that -- this year. To forecast what kind of weather the different regi
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New Mexico Dept. of Agriculture reminds public of pecan regulations
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In the event of a power loss, here are ways to stay warm even if you lose heat.
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A USA TODAY analysis of a century of precipitation data show how, East of the Rockies, more rain is falling—and in more intense bursts.
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The culprit responsible remains unidentified.
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The Gibson Flats Fire can now be counted as one of the most destructive wildfire events within recent memory in Great Falls.
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An 'island has emerged': Coastal species discovered thriving on Great Pacific Garbage Patch, scientists say
Coastal marine species carried out to sea on debris are not only surviving, they’re colonizing the high seas and making new communities on the floating plastic
Data: Climate Central; Chart: Axios VisualsLet's talk about the weather, as we love to do in Colorado.Even if you daydream about snow, it's hard to deny that this fall ranked as one of the most beautiful in recent memory, and the continued warmth — like today's near-record temperatures — makes for great afternoon walks.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeWhy it matters: It's not all good. For starters, mountain snow is the backbone
AccuWeather meteorologists say that while some parts of the Northeast will not be able to escape from winter weather amid an active weather pattern, other areas will continue to be bypassed by snowfall. "We continue to lay down the foundation for cold air across the northern tier of the Midwest and Northeast," AccuWeather Senior On-Air Meteorologist Justin Povick said, referring to a parade of Alberta clipper storms that have been dropping snow near the border of Canada and the United States and
- Tacoma News Tribune
A total of 8 wolves, including an entire pack, have been poisoned to death over months in this one Oregon county, police said.
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Officials have agreed to allow as many as 900 bison from Yellowstone National Park to be shot by hunters, sent to slaughter or placed in quarantine this winter in a program that seeks to prevent the animals from spreading a disease to cattle. Bison routinely leave Yellowstone and head north into Montana each winter, raising concerns that the animals could spread brucellosis to cattle. Brucellosis is a bacterial disease that can cause cows to abort their calves.
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Now the Biden administration is pushing the idea that PG&E’s Diablo Canyon power plant should stay open, after all.
'Cows Are the New Coal.' How the Cattle Industry Is Ignoring the Bottom Line When It Comes to Methane Emissions
One of the early, attention-grabbing announcements at November’s COP climate conference in Glasgow was a commitment by more than 105 countries to join a U.S.- and E.U.-led coalition to cut 30% of methane emissions by 2030. The potent greenhouse gas, which is up to 80 times more effective at heating the planet than carbon dioxide in the short term, has often been considered the lowest hanging fruit when it comes to slowing down global warming. The COP pledges alone would slash warming projections by 0.2°C by the 2040s, according to the United Nations Global Methane Assessment.
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They come with eagle-eyed drones and high-precision instruments. Scientists from around the world are flocking to La Palma, one of Spain's Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean, to take advantage of a volcanic eruption happening just an hour's drive from an international airport and the safety of being able to work under the escort of military brigades. As in the two dozen other major live eruptions across the planet, from Hawaii to Indonesia, the ultimate goal on La Palma is to use a unique window of opportunity to better understand volcanic eruptions: how they form, develop and, even more crucially for the islanders, how and when they end.