We have a beautiful but cool day in store. Temperatures are trending warmer for Thanksgiving Day. And then we're tracking a few showers for Thursday night.
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- The Weather Network
Snowfall warnings and special weather statements are in effect on the East Coast as the region braces for a major snowstorm Wednesday night and Thursday.
- NBC News
A powerful, slow-moving storm continued to pound Hawaii on Tuesday as cameras captured images of natural disaster rarely seen in the island paradise.
- NBC News
The Hawaiian Islands could face "catastrophic flooding" from a storm system moving over the archipelago, the National Weather Service in Honolulu said.
The Lower 48 states have seen record-shattering warmth so far this December, with temperatures running as high as 35°F above average for this time of year. The warmth has been so pronounced that during the weekend, brush fires broke out in a snowless, unusually mild Denver metro area. The big picture: The jet stream, which is a river of air that rides at about 30,000 feet along the temperature contrast between air masses, steering storms as it goes, has been stuck in a position well north of the
A wintry setup at midweek will produce a period of snow from parts of the Ohio Valley to much of the northeastern United States, including some light snow along the Interstate 95 corridor, AccuWeather meteorologists say. However, accumulations will vary across the region as a storm unfolds. Following highs that were well into the 50s, 60s and even near 70 on Monday, temperatures were 20-30 degrees lower during the day Tuesday in the Northeast with highs topping out in the 30s and lower 40s. Bris
- USA TODAY
A powerful storm system is pounding Hawaii with heavy rain, and forecasters warn about the chance for "dangerous" and "catastrophic" flooding.
- Wichita Eagle
A trooper said the earthquake rocked his patrol car from side to side.
- The Bergen Record
The unseasonable 66 degree weather of Monday will see a turn to colder air and up to an inch of snowfall in the North Jersey region on Wednesday.
- FTW Outdoors
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources on Saturday shared an image that shows two camouflaged bobcats in a wintry landscape and asked its Facebook followers if they could spot the animals.
Dozens have either gone missing, become injured or died after Mount Semeru’s volcanic eruption over the weekend devastated the Indonesian island of Java. Unexpected videos: Indonesians living near the volcano in Lumajang Regency recorded the disastrous event and uploaded footage of plumes of rising smoke, ash that looks like snow and streams of flowing hot mud to TikTok, reported Vice. A video from user novanhendri510 went mega-viral with over 67 million views, showing people clambering out of their homes as massive gray smoke clouds loom in the distance.
Jupiter, Saturn and Venus have lined up in the evening sky and will continue to be prominent features in the evening sky throughout most of December, but this week, the trio will get a visitor. The easy-to-find planets, paired with the approaching peak of the Geminid meteor shower, make December a great month for evening stargazing. The only caveat is that the weather can be fickle during the long December nights, often offering frosty conditions on nights that are not cloudy. This week in parti
- Columbia Daily Tribune
Countries are running out of sand and they need it badly. Because of this, organized crime groups are illegally trading sand and making huge profits.
- NBC News
Hawaii's governor declared a state of emergency on Monday as a major storm left hundreds of people without power and threatened "catastrophic flooding."
- Argus Leader
Sioux Falls has yet to experience a snow accumulation of more than an inch this season but that could change by Friday, according to the NWS.
- Journal Star
A moderate La Nina pattern might mean more precipitation, but warmer temperatures could create a different problem than snowstorms, forecaster warns.
- The Tennessean
Severe weather moved through Middle Tennessee overnight through late Monday morning, triggering multiple tornado warnings.
- FTW Outdoors
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources on Monday asked social media followers if they could identify a 'slithery critter' photographed recently in a pine forest.
Deep in the Amazon rainforest, the world's largest area containing isolated and uncontacted tribes is under increasing threat from illegal logging and gold mining, advancing coca plantations and drug trafficking violence, a new report warns. An undetermined number of indigenous people that could number several thousand inhabit a vast swathe of forest twice the size of Ireland that overlaps the Brazil-Peru border. In the most comprehensive study to date of the so-called Javari-Tapiche corridor, to be published on Thursday in Lima, a Peruvian indigenous organization says the world's largest number of uncontacted people are in danger.
- American City Business Journals
CEO Leon Topalian says that Nucor is not building simply to grow its capacity but also to expand its geographic reach and improve service to its markets.
- The Weather Network
As winds strengthen across Newfoundland through Tuesday, forecasters are closely watching a storm off the U.S. East Coast that could become a major snowstorm for the region Wednesday night.