Lakeshore fog will blow back out over the lake later this evening. Temperatures in the 50s. Rain returns Wednesday morning. Chilly & rainy Wednesday with highs around 60.
- LA Times
The Rices fire, which broke out Tuesday in Nevada County, has burned 769 acres, growing by almost 200 acres overnight, and is still 0% contained.
- Travel Noire
People who live or are going to the Southern Caribbean islands must be extremely cautious over the next few days.
- Naples Daily News
In the Gulf of Mexico, Invest 95L is taking aim at Texas but tropical rainfall could extend to several Gulf Coast states.
The sea breeze will push over the coast & I-95 midday today, bringing a few storms. Heavy storms will get going this afternoon & evening well inland.
- USA TODAY
South Carolina was rocked by several earthquakes Wednesday, including the two strongest quakes yet in a "swarm" of earthquakes.
Meteorologists are still watching three disturbances in the Atlantic basin.
Unrelenting temperatures break records for June as officials warn of a looming power shortage.
- The State
Yes, those were earthquakes, the United States Geological Survey has confirmed.
- The Weather Network
On this day in weather history, California was hit by two massive earthquakes.
- Tacoma News Tribune
“Properties of this size don’t come up here this often,” the listing agent told Mansion Global.
A tropical rainstorm tracking across the southern Caribbean Sea is on the cusp of becoming a named tropical storm, but AccuWeather meteorologists are also monitoring another tropical rainstorm in the northern Gulf of Mexico that could strengthen. While organization and development into a tropical depression or named storm is a possibility at any time through Thursday, downpours are expected to overspread much of the western and central Gulf Coast. This rain can cause localized flash flooding but
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
The fire threatened 50 structures, according to Cal Fire.
- Tacoma News Tribune
Traps are currently being deployed in areas of infestation, marked by a bright orange buoy.
Heat waves, like those repeatedly hitting Italy with peaks of 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit), can significantly reduce the yield of surviving rice.
Alaska, traditionally one of the coldest states in the country, is set to see an unusually warm start to July thanks to a heat dome parking itself over the region. Temperatures could rise up to 20 degrees F above normal in the northernmost state, with temperatures rising well into the 80s to near 90 F. A heat dome occurs when there is a large poleward shift in the jet stream, which becomes wavy and elongated. In this case, an unusually strong high pressure system is forcing the jet stream well t
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The tallest mass timber building in the world is opening in downtown Milwaukee. It's healthier for the planet. And you.
Mass timber buildings actively remove carbon from the atmosphere, locking it inside the structure for as long as the building stands.
- The Weather Network
Oneka Technologies says its desalination systems can be powered solely by ocean waves and can deliver thousands of litres of clean drinking water.
- Tallahassee Democrat
In honor of the year’s loudest and fastest three-day weekend ahead, the Tropics are living on the edge, with three disturbances pushing the boundaries of hurricane climatology for late June.
- Idaho Statesman
“The encounter happened too suddenly for him to deploy the bear spray he was carrying,” officials said.
- Associated Press
Great white shark researchers on Cape Cod are reminding visitors that warmer weather signals not just the start of the busy tourist season, but also the arrival of the region’s famous predators. July tends to be when great whites appear in earnest as the cape’s waters warm, with sightings peaking from August through October, Megan Winton, a scientist with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy, said during a news conference at the organization’s offices in Chatham on Wednesday. Greg Skomal, a state marine biologist who has been studying the region’s great whites for decades, said the animals still tend to be concentrated on the Atlantic Ocean-facing side of the cape, where they feast on a flourishing seal population.