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A timber fire broke out 10 miles east of Placerville on Thursday afternoon, briefly shutting down Highway 50 and prompting evacuations, officials said. Flames from the 12-acre Meyers Fire leapt across the road, prompting Caltrans officials to close down the highway in both directions at 1:20 p.m. Residents of Camino living on 8-Mile Road are currently under mandatory evacuation. An evacuation center is located at the Diamond Springs Fire ...
The idea of a slow-moving storm isn’t exactly a new one. Hurricane Harvey in 2017 bore a similar signature. A recent study showed that the speed of tropical cyclones worldwide over land has decreased by ten percent in the last 70 years, between 1949 and 2016. The science isn’t settled on the cause of the slowdowns, but, if these trends continue, hurricanes like Harvey and Florence -- and the devastating flooding they caused -- could become increasingly common.
<p>A new round of severe weather will threaten communities across the interior Northeast with damaging winds and downpours at week's end.</p>
It was a week of big storms, from Hurricane Florence in the U.S. to Super Typhoon Mangkhut in the Philippines.<br>
<p>Tropical moisture will converge over the southern Plains and open the atmospheric faucet to the point of drought relief and flood potential into this weekend.</p>
Building walls on the seafloor could prevent glaciers from melting and sea levels rising due to global warming, scientists say.
RALEIGH, N.C. - Most rivers that surged to flood levels in North Carolina this week are beginning to subside, although about a dozen remain at major flood stage and some are expected to increase over the weekend. On Thursday, the Cape Fear River at Fayetteville dropped to 59.49 feet from 61.58 feet on Wednesday; flood stage is 35 feet. The Neuse River in Goldsboro recorded 26.66 feet, down ...
There will be a threat of severe storms in the Midwest overnight and Thursday, the threat moves towards the East Coast Friday.
The Mendocino Complex, a pair of wildfires that erupted in Lake County in late July and went on to become the largest recorded fire complex in California history, has been reported 100 percent...
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Florence isn't a preview of what is to come from climate change; it is an example of what climate change is doing to storms right now.
Above average temperatures are set to continue in almost all of Europe during the October to December period, forecasts by The Weather Company showed on Wednesday.
Searchers continue to dig through landslide where dozens of small-scale miners and their families are presumed dead
Hundreds of people waited in long lines for water and other essentials Tuesday in Wilmington, still mostly cut off by high water days after Hurricane Florence.
Over 8 trillion gallons of rain in NC
Some experts are renewing calls to expand the scale used to measure hurricanes by adding a sixth category of storm as the flood-weary Carolinas battle the remnants of Hurricane Florence. But one longtime meteorologist questions the need for changing the long-established scale.
The North Carolina Division of Aviation flew over Interstate 40 to illustrate how dangerous traveling in that area would be. Both sides are completely impassable after Florence brought heavy rain and deep flood waters.
The Rhone Glacier in the Swiss Alps has been shrinking quickly over the last several years. To reduce the amount that disappears, nearby residents have been wrapping the glacier in blankets over the past eight summers. Take a look at how the amount of ice on the Rhone Glacier has changed since 2008.
A warmer and wetter climate in the Midwest could lead to the displacement of some cold water fish species in southern Lake Michigan and trigger mass die-offs in smaller inland lakes, according to a report published this week by Purdue University.
Floods across 10 states of Nigeria have killed 100 people, a spokesman for the country's emergency and disasters agency said on Monday.
There are no roadways open to the city, the airports and port are closed.
Typhoon Mangkhut's mauling of Hong Kong this weekend has raised questions over the city's long term ability to withstand storms, which many fear will worsen with climate change.
Volunteers took to boats along darkened streets, guiding residents away from waist-high waters brought by the powerful storm.
As Hurricane Florence surged toward land last week, meteorologists and emergency agencies took notice. The storm was a Category 4 hurricane, the second-strongest type, and it was drawing a bead on the Carolina coast.
The massive flooding caused by Florence will cause financial hardship for homeowners that don't have flood insurance.
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