Many were stranded at the airport over the holiday weekend due to flight cancellations. Delta canceled over 900 flights, more than it had canceled all of last summer. Michael George reports.
- The State
It’s the fourth in the past week. Whew.
- Miami Herald
Of the two tropical storms and one disturbance in the Atlantic region Saturday morning, the National Hurricane Center forecasts one to become a hurricane, one to dissipate by Monday and one to become nothing more than it is right now.
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
Three moose visited Eaglewood Golf Course in Utah a couple of times recently.
- Myrtle Beach Sun News
The only hint that any tropical weather might appear came Friday afternoon, when the National Hurricane Center noticed a low pressure system near Savannah, Georgia. Twelve hours later, Colin appeared.
- The Weather Network
The summer is off to a toasty start for northern sections of the country that aren’t accustomed to such a long-lasting stretch of extreme heat.
- The State
Aftershocks continue rumbling through the Midlands following a series of relatively powerful earthquakes.
We want culture, dining and wilderness in areas with homes for $300,000 – so where should we retire?
When you think of wilderness, is it bear and moose and such, or national forests and other preserved areas, including wildlife management areas and state parks, for hikes? This option puts you on the other side of the country and in a city of 31,000 people some 25 miles west of Knoxville.
- Cape Cod Times
With summer in full swim on Cape Cod, the Cape Cod National Seashore has issued a guide on reducing the risk of an unpleasant interlude with a shark.
- KOAT - Albuquerque Videos
Residents in northern New Mexico prepared for another day of flash flooding. On Saturday, those in Pendaries were seen placing sandbags and building trenches along roads. The area is located near burn scars from the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire. "We can have some flooding, but not like this. Not running down roads that we've never seen it run down before, moving buildings and cars," Aaron Atencio, manager at Pendaries RV Park, said.
- Associated Press
More than 30,000 residents of Sydney and its surrounds have been told to evacuate or prepare to abandon their homes on Monday as Australia’s largest city braces for what could be its worst flooding in 18 months. Parts of the city of 5 million people are facing a fourth flooding emergency in a year and a half after torrential rain since Friday caused dams to overflow and waterways to break their banks. “The latest information we have is that there’s a very good chance that the flooding will be worse than any of the other three floods that those areas had in the last 18 months,” Emergency Management Minister Murray Watt told Australian Broadcasting Corp.
- Star News
Overnight, Tropical Storm Colin developed near the South Carolina coastline. Here is what to expect in New Hanover, Brunswick, and Pender counties.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Rain showers and storms could linger through the week, according to the National Weather Service.
A line of storms is expected to sweep through Minnesota early Monday morning.
Saturday is going to be hot and steamy with storms continuing as we head into the afternoon.
- The Conversation
Physicists hunt for room-temperature superconductors that could revolutionize the world's energy system
Wind turbines and solar panels in Southern California. 4kodiak/E+ via Getty ImagesWaste heat is all around you. On a small scale, if your phone or laptop feels warm, that’s because some of the energy powering the device is being transformed into unwanted heat. On a larger scale, electric grids, such as high power lines, lose over 5% of their energy in the process of transmission. In an electric power industry that generated more than US0 billion in 2018, that’s a tremendous amount of wasted mone
New research from Rystad Energy shows a sizeable drop in global recoverable oil reserves in 2022, a situation that could have serious consequences for energy security
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'I saw how a yard could be.' Couple turned acres of farm fields into 3 prairies in the Town of Eagle
Jean and Tom Weedman found a mission after retiring from teaching: turning land into prairie. They bought 5 acres in the Town of Eagle and got to work
- Yahoo News Video
In Phoenix, temperatures are rising at an alarming rate due to climate change — but Mayor Kate Gallego has a plan to cool things down. As the summer months bring deadly temperatures, the newly created Office of Heat Response and Mitigation — the first of its kind in the U.S. — has been charged with easing the burden for Phoenix’s most at-risk residents and developing plans to ensure America’s hottest city remains livable.
- LA Times
With consumption caps in effect, obtaining, conserving and, in some cases, illegally stealing water have become pillars of the drought microeconomy.
- Business Insider
Power grids across the US are at high risk of failures this summer, "a potential catalyst for chaos in energy markets," according to a Cornerstone director.