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- USA TODAY
A series of potent storms is poised to deliver torrents of rain and feet of snow across California and the West over the next few days.
California’s ‘atmospheric rivers’ bring limited rain relief — a look at the Western drought by the numbers
Moderate to heavy rain fell across Northern California heading into a weekend that's expected bring stormy weather to the drought-ravaged state, which is among the hardest hit as the U.S. West continues to strain under dry conditions.
- USA TODAY
Above-average temperatures are predicted across the South and most of the eastern U.S.. It will be wet in the Pacific Northwest, dry in the Southwest.
- KCRA - Sacramento Videos
A cold front that moved into Northern California on Thursday night brought a fresh wave of precipitation that impacted Friday morning commuters, but another weather event is expected to bring heavy rain and gusts Sunday. KCRA 3's weather team is calling Sunday a Weather Alert Day due to the potential for street flooding and downed trees. See more above.
A much-needed rainy stretch of weather has been welcome so far for much of the Northwest, including Northern California. Much of the region is in severe, extreme or exceptional drought, as classified by the U.S. Drought Monitor. However, AccuWeather forecasters say a powerful storm that will culminate this rainy stretch at the end of the weekend will become too much all at once, and will bring dangers and significant impacts to the region. For the last several days, while there have been pockets
- The Weather Network
Those in B.C. will be able to catch a short breather before the next powerful system moves in Sunday, potentially bringing damaging impacts and far-reaching disruptions from its explosive nature.
One of America's Best Ski Resorts Just Announced It's Opening Two Weeks Early — Thanks to a Massive Snowstorm
Fresh powder in October? We'll take it.
- Reuters Videos
The Mount Etna volcano has been treating locals to fantastic displays ever since it burst into life on February 16, erupting more than 50 times this year.Europe's tallest and most active volcano often erupts but rarely causes damage, while the eruptions themselves do not put the local population at risk.The 3,330-metre-high volcano can cause spectacular views several times a year, spewing lava and ash high over the Mediterranean island of Sicily.The last major eruption occurred in 1992.
- KFSN – Fresno
ABC30's Accuweather team is tracking the atmospheric river. Here's when we'll start to see rain in the Central Valley.
- Miami Herald
You’ve heard of alligators in a fire station, post office, even the mall.
- WEWS-Cleveland Videos
Wickliffe neighborhood hit hard with strong winds
- Raleigh News and Observer
Thousands of photos have been taken of the wreck.
- USA TODAY
EVs cost more to power than gasoline costs to fuel an internal combustion car with reasonable gas mileage, according to an Anderson Economic Group report.
New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, paused briefly as an earthquake rattled the capital Wellington on Friday while she was addressing the nation in a coronavirus briefing, but then continued speaking. Wellington and nearby areas were shaken by a 5.9 magnitude earthquake with the epicentre 35 km (21.75 miles) south-west of Taumarunui in central North Island, according to Geonet. She told reporters at the end of the event that Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson, who was also on the stage, was not entirely convinced it was an earthquake and wondered if it was just strong wind blowing.
- Chicago Tribune
October weather is about to give Chicago the cold shoulder. Temperatures, which have been mild and unseasonably warm, will become nippy Friday and Saturday nights. However, an updated outlook for this winter predicts slightly warmer than normal temperatures and a higher probability that rain could stick around into early next year thanks to the return of the La Niña climate pattern. 1st freeze ...
- LA Times
An atmospheric river could unleash debris flows and flash flooding across Northern California, especially in areas scorched by fire.
- Business Insider
A half-mile plastic-trapping device in the Pacific caught 64,000 pounds of trash - including a fridge, mannequin, and toilet seats
A new device built by the nonprofit The Ocean Cleanup brought back 64,000 pounds of plastic from the Pacific Ocean in two-and-a-half months.
- The Weather Network
Repurposing waste is an example of how circular business models can be both financially lucrative while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and pollution.
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- KGO – San Francisco
This week's much need soaking brought along some problems. There was flooding and a tree came down.