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The 'phantom' Tulare Lake returns
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Hawaii authorities on Tuesday say they have referred 33 people to U.S. law enforcement after the group allegedly harassed a pod of wild dolphins in waters off the Big Island. It's against federal law to swim within 50 yards (45 meters) of spinner dolphins in Hawaii’s nearshore waters. The prohibition went into effect in 2021 amid concerns that so many tourists were swimming with dolphins that the nocturnal animals weren’t getting the rest they need during the day to be able to forage for food at night.
“Morels are treasured for their delicious flavor and the fun of the hunt, often a family tradition spanning generations.”
“Here it comes, bro!” the person recording says incredulously in the video.
India is moving towards fatal climatic conditions. This year saw the country’s hottest February in 122 years, and it is only likely to get worse.
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March won't be going out like a lamb this year as a potential severe weather outbreak looms for the Plains, Midwest and South to close out the month, less than a week after a deadly tornado outbreak tore across Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia last Friday night and into the weekend.
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With temperatures set to soar next month, Indian authorities need more resources and better preparation to deal with searing heat particularly for the most vulnerable communities around the country, a New Delhi-based think tank said. Analyzing 37 regional and federal heat action plans, the Centre for Policy Research found this week that the plans are not updated regularly, don’t have separate budgets in most cases, have no legal support to implement them and the most vulnerable populations in any given region are not identified in the plans. Heat plans started springing up around the nation after blistering heat waves surpassing 48 degrees Celsius (118 degrees Fahrenheit) in 2010 killed over 800 people in the northwestern city of Ahmedabad.
Asked in a recent interview about the hypocrisy displayed by climate activists who fly private to the annual World Economic Forum conference in Davos, Switzerland, John Kerry defended the elite travelers, insisting that they take pains to "offset" their outsized carbon footprints.
Salt River Project began slowly releasing water in early March to get ahead of the curve. But a series of warm storms rapidly accelerated their plans.
Scientists detected water trapped inside glass spherules on the moon after analyzing soil samples brought back by China's Chang'e-5 mission.
More than 2,100 people from as far away as Concord and Santa Cruz reported feeling the tremor.
Bitter and earthy.
STEVE was spotted across the U.S. and in parts of the U.K. after the most powerful solar storm to hit Earth for six years smashed into our planet.
Another storm is expected to bring up to half an inch of rain to Southern California and maybe close to a foot of snow in the mountains on Wednesday.
A powerful weather system from the Gulf of Alaska pushed into Northern California on Tuesday, bringing more wind, rain and snow to a state battered by months of storms. Forecasters warned of heavy snow in coastal mountains and the Sierra Nevada, where accumulations up to 4 feet (1.2 meters) were possible, highway chain requirements took effect and a backcountry avalanche warning was issued for the greater Lake Tahoe area. The National Weather Service said the storm was expected to pull a plume of Pacific moisture into California as it tracked south, but the rainfall was not expected to be as intense as the atmospheric rivers that impacted the state in recent weeks.
The colossal amount of rain and snow that has fallen on California over the past few months equals more than 78 trillion gallons of water.