Soaking rain from the remnants of Tropical Storm Nicole will arrive late Thursday through Friday. Strong wind gusts to 40 mph will also be possible
- Sacramento Bee
“Definitely the time of year to be deer aware!”
- Fox News
Recently released satellite images show the eruption of Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano at new angles. It started late last month following a series of earthquakes.
Wednesday marks the last day of hurricane season, but Central Florida still has a long way to go to rebuild.
- Fox Weather
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration believes classic La Niña conditions could take hold in December, with below-average temperatures expected in the northern tier of the country and much of the South escaping the onslaught of Old Man Winter.
- Bradenton Herald
The latest red tide numbers are out for Manatee and Sarasota beaches.
- USA TODAY
Justin Briley was home for Thanksgiving break in Oklahoma when he spotted the rare leucistic bird Friday.
- CBS News
Crowds of spectators have flocked to the DKI Highway, which has become an impromptu viewing point for the rare volcanic eruption.
- USA TODAY
The largest active volcano in the world, Mauna Loa, is erupting after 38 years. This is how the eruption might affect travel plans to Hawaii.
As residents of the Upper Midwest dig out from a winter storm that brought several inches of snow on Tuesday, another is on the way later this week which will slow travel and have many reaching for their shovels again, AccuWeather forecasters say. A general 4 to 8 inches of snow fell over the Twin Cities earlier this week. While that area will avoid the heaviest accumulations with the next round of snow, some folks in parts of the Upper Midwest and northern Plains will find themselves digging ou
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All vehicles that don't have 4-wheel drive equipped with snow tires must have chains to proceed.
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Here's an update on rain and snow falling Thursday in Northern California.
Two storms will drop southward along the Pacific coast into this weekend and bring heavy rain and mountain snow to a large part of California, AccuWeather meteorologists say. The first storm already brought the first measurable snowfall of the season to Seattle on Tuesday with just under an inch falling into the afternoon hours. The storm, which focused on the Washington and northern Oregon Cascades on Wednesday, ended up dumping up to a few feet of snow over the high country in the region with
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- The Coloradoan
Wolves have not been completely dismissed as cause of the cattle death in western Colorado, but disease is being investigated.
- Business Insider
5 things automakers and car shoppers are getting wrong about electric vehicles, according to GM's president
In a recent interview with Insider, Mark Reuss identified some common EV misconceptions among automakers and car shoppers.
- Kansas City Star
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Friday will start out drier, but rain/snow and wet snow will increase and will produce some more areas of accumulating snow.
Sotheby’s is auctioning development rights to what its own literature calls “one of the most intact coral atoll ecosystems left on Earth”: a group of 100 Indonesian islands that are home to irreplaceable biodiversity. At a time when billionaires like Amazon’s Jeff Bezos are queuing up to give away their fortunes, and when their efforts are more discredited than ever, wouldn’t it make sense for one of the super-rich to buy these development rights—and then leave the islands alone?
- Idaho Statesman
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