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 •  Extreme weather conditions interfere with climate protests 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The effects of climate change, in an extremely timely appearance, successfully inhibited and even shut down climate change marches Saturday. While People’s Climate March protesters in the streets of Washington D.C. faced near-record 90 degree heat and high humidity in the late afternoon, an unexpected snowstorm in Colorado forced Denver-area marches to shut down completely, presumably prompting climate change deniers to exclaim, “That’s just weather!” 
 

 •  Severe thunderstorms to flood Illinois to Texas 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Dangerous thunderstorms and flash flooding will continue to threaten lives and property across the central United States through Saturday night.</p>
 

 •  1 dead amid flooding, strong thunderstorms in Midwest 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Strong thunderstorms are causing flooding in the Midwest that has killed at least one person in Missouri, prompted numerous rescues and blocked roadways.The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a woman died after being swept away by flood waters Saturday near Clever in southwest Missouri. The patrol says troopers responding to a call for help rescued a man traveling with the woman.The state reported nearly 100 evacuations and nearly three dozen rescues by late afternoon.Thunderstorms also topped trees and power lines in eastern Oklahoma, while more than 4 inches of snow fell in other parts of the...
 

 •  Winter lingered in northern New England, and so will the mud 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Spring is in the air. But mud is on the ground, and will be for a while. Mud season is an annual mucky rite of passage in the lives of northern New Englanders.
 

 •  California says oceans could rise higher than thought 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

New climate-change findings mean the Pacific Ocean off California may rise higher, and storms and high tides hit harder, than previously thought, officials said.
 

 •  Stunning images from this week in weather 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>A collection of the week's best weather photography.</p>
 

 •  Increasing CO2 in our atmosphere could mean bumpier flights 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

How many of you have a hard time making it through a turbulent flight? If you are the kind of passenger that can´t stand bumpy air travel, perhaps this article will make you think twice before emitting more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.In the future, carbon dioxide will most likely continue to increase in one of the layers of the atmosphere known as the stratosphere, and that scenario could have an effect on the air movement well above the surface, where many commercial airplanes fly every day
 

 •  Stream of quakes rattles Chilean coast 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

More than a dozen moderate earthquakes have rattled the Chilean coast within just over two hours, the most powerful of them registered at magnitude 5.9.
 

 •  Review: Coal terminal would boost global climate-warming gas 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A coal-export terminal proposed in Washington state would increase cancer risks for some residents, make rail accidents more likely and add millions of metric tons of climate-changing greenhouse gas globally every year.
 

 •  Flooding to endanger lives and property in central US into next week 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  Storm death toll rises to 2 in North Carolina 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A woman has died after the North Carolina Highway Patrol said she drove around several barricades and was swept away in the flooding.
 

 •  Germany's April snow 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Snow blankets flowers and fields in Germany.
 

 •  Storms expected to stretch from Gulf Coast to Great Lakes today 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Lightning and gusty winds are possible in the storms.</p>
 

 •  Wildfire on US refuge doubles in size in less than a week 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A wildfire on public lands near the Georgia-Florida state line has blackened 115 square miles (300 sq. kilometers) after doubling in size within a few days, officials said Wednesday.Sustained winds up to 8 mph (13 kph) were expected to keep pushing flames Wednesday into areas of swamp parched by drought inside...
 

 •  Mountaineers Capture Avalanche Up-Close in Canada's Rocky Mountains 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A small group of mountaineers were visiting the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia, Canada, from Spain on April 21 when they unexpectedly witnessed a large avalanche up close.Skiier and mountaineer Jurek Ziemkiewicz captured the avalanche on camera. The footage shows the moment the group spot the avalanche approaching from above. They then rush to a safe location, just off its path and right next to a sign saying “Expect the Unexpected.” After a few quiet moments, a torrent of snow and debris appears just a few feet away from the group, barreling down the mountain as they stand and watch in awe. Credit: Jurek Ziemkiewicz via Storyful
 

 •  Tornado watchers miss more storms, give less notice, yet save more lives? 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Sociological research and deadly twisters have spurred a shift in forecasting practices. On April 27, 2011, TV weatherman James Spann warned viewers that a “large, multiple-vortex tornado” was bearing down on Tuscaloosa, Ala. “You...
 

 •  Waterspout forms in Panama City Beach, FL 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The start of a waterspout at Panama City Beach, FL, is captured on video.
 

 •  Some high plains farmers struggling after fires, drought 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Deep snow is melting into Western mountain streams, but some farmers and ranchers on the high plains are struggling amid a lengthy dry spell and the aftermath of destructive wildfires.
 

 •  What will the weather be like across the US this summer? 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Summer is just around the corner. What will the weather be like in your neck of the woods?
 

 •  To understand climate change, look at it from a mussel's perspective 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The phrase “climate change” triggers images of a huge, global phenomenon. Rising seas. Drought. Ocean acidification. But it's actually experienced on a much smaller scale, by individual plants, animals and people. And most of the world’s organisms experience it...
 

 •  Bus driver fired for driving through dangerous flood waters 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A bus driver in North Carolina was fired after being accused of driving across a flooded road and endangering the lives of several students.
 

 •  Seattle crushes rain record, while rival Portland wet too 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Soggy Seattle has broken another rainfall record, and Portland is inching closer to smashing its own record.Seattle measured 44.7 inches (114 centimeters) of rain between October and April, making it the wettest such period since records began in 1895, the National Weather Service in Seattle said.It marks the second year in the row that the city has topped the historic rainfall record for that period.With several days left to go this month, this year's record will likely be padded some more, said Mike McFarland,...
 

 •  Storm to spread heavy snow across Denver, Intermountain West by late week 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Winter won’t quit just yet across the western United States as a new round of heavy snow will bury Colorado beginning on Friday night.</p>
 

 •  The Arctic is melting — and South Florida faces more flooding 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A new assessment of polar ice melt could mean bad news for South Florida: higher sea rise than previously thought. Based on new evidence, the Arctic Council _ a cooperative effort among eight nations to monitor climate change _ concluded that the Arctic warmed faster between 2011 and 2015 than any time on record, with glaciers and sea ice melting faster than expected. That means a United Nations estimate for sea rise, considered among the most conservative,...
 

 •  Converting coal would help China's smog at climate's expense 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

China's conversion of coal into natural gas could prevent tens of thousands of premature deaths each year. But there's a catch: As the country shifts...
 

 •  How to stay safe before, during and after a flood 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Floods can be devastating and cause destruction on a more massive scale.<br>
 

 •  Near record highs, winds elevate fire risk across Southwest 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Increasing westerly winds, with dry and warm conditions will combine to increase the fire risk across Arizona and New Mexico Monday.</p>
 

 •  Scientists: Get used to wildfires in a warming world 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Communities across the Western U.S. and Canada may have to adapt to living with the ever-increasing threat.
 

 •  2 teens die in an avalanche in Romania 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The bodies of the young victims were pulled out of the snow on Saturday.
 

 •  Stunning images from this week in weather 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>A collection of the week's best weather photography.</p>
 

 •  Dry pattern to worsen drought, brush fires across Florida into May 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Following rain to end the weekend in Florida, a spell of dry weather will threaten to worsen drought conditions and exacerbate brush fires plaguing the state.</p>
 

 •  July-like heat to overtake much of eastern US toward end of April 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Temperatures are poised to surge well into the 80s and 90s F over a large part of the eastern United States later next week through the last weekend of April.</p>
 

 •  4 environmental threats that scientists, Nat Geo explorers will tackle at summit 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>It's no secret humankind hasn't exactly been easy on the environment.</p>
 

 •  Is Tropical Storm Arlene a sign of an active hurricane season? 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Tropical Storm Arlene is located about 1,000 miles west of the Azores.</p>
 

 •  10 gut-wrenching pleas from astronauts to save planet Earth 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

NASA Floating hundreds of miles above Earth, astronauts have an unparalleled and beautiful view of the planet. But that view also lets them look down on the devastating effects of climate change, wildfires, war, pollution,...
 

 •  Strong rip currents will threaten Florida’s east coast beaches 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Beaches from near Savannah, Georgia, southward to Miami will be buffeted by persistent east to southeasterly winds.</p>
 

 •  Iceberg Alley: See Newfoundland's traveling icebergs 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>As the iceberg watching season starts this year, we take a look at traveling icebergs of Newfoundland and Labrador's Iceberg Alley over the years.</p>
 

 •  How to see the Earth Day Lyrid meteor shower 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The annual Lyrid Meteor Shower will be putting on a show for Earth Day this weekend, and here's your guide to when and where to see it.
 

 •  Trump signs ‘monumental’ weather bill into law to help forecasting 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

President Trump signed a bill into law on Tuesday, April 18, that will improve weather forecasting and researching capabilities across the American weather...
 

 •  The pristine Arctic has become a garbage trap for 300B pieces of plastic 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Not even the icy seas off Greenland and Scandinavia are spared from global ocean plastic, scientists say.
 

 •  A massive iceberg traveling south is photobombing a small Canadian fishing village 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Watching icebergs floating by the eastern coast of Newfoundland is a time-honored tradition on one Canadian island in the North Atlantic. Tourists trek up to…
 

 •  Analysis: U.S. immersed in its warmest period in recorded history 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The last one-, two-, three-, four- and five-year periods rank as the warmest on record.
 

 •  NHC says 50 percent chance of cyclone over central Atlantic 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A subtropical cyclone could emerge in the next 48 hours over the central Atlantic, as a low pressure system 700 miles (1,127 km) southwest of the Azores has a 50 percent chance to strengthen, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Wednesday.
 

 •  Plan outdoor activities with the Netatmo Weather Station 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  With thousands of channels to stream, you’ll always know the latest news and weather 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  Enjoy these drones inside or out, no matter what the weather throws your way 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  Entertain the family on rainy days with Just Dance 2016 for Xbox One 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

Dharamsala / Dharamshala Weather Forecast, Live Weather News


 •  Currently: Showers: 15C 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Currently in Dharamsala, IN: 15 °C and Showers
 

 •  4/30/2017 Forecast 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

High: 19 C Low: 12 C Heavy showers this morning
 

 •  5/1/2017 Forecast 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

High: 21 C Low: 13 C A little afternoon rain
 

 •  The AccuWeather.com RSS Center 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

To discover additional weather feeds, visit the AccuWeather.com RSS Center at http://www.accuweather.com/en/downloads
 

Kullu Weather Forecast, Live Weather News


 •  Extreme weather conditions interfere with climate protests 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The effects of climate change, in an extremely timely appearance, successfully inhibited and even shut down climate change marches Saturday. While People’s Climate March protesters in the streets of Washington D.C. faced near-record 90 degree heat and high humidity in the late afternoon, an unexpected snowstorm in Colorado forced Denver-area marches to shut down completely, presumably prompting climate change deniers to exclaim, “That’s just weather!”&nbsp;
 

 •  Severe thunderstorms to flood Illinois to Texas 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Dangerous thunderstorms and flash flooding will continue to threaten lives and property across the central United States through Saturday night.</p>
 

 •  1 dead amid flooding, strong thunderstorms in Midwest 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Strong thunderstorms are causing flooding in the Midwest that has killed at least one person in Missouri, prompted numerous rescues and blocked roadways.The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a woman died after being swept away by flood waters Saturday near Clever in southwest Missouri. The patrol says troopers responding to a call for help rescued a man traveling with the woman.The state reported nearly 100 evacuations and nearly three dozen rescues by late afternoon.Thunderstorms also topped trees and power lines in eastern Oklahoma, while more than 4 inches of snow fell in other parts of the...
 

 •  Winter lingered in northern New England, and so will the mud 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Spring is in the air. But mud is on the ground, and will be for a while. Mud season is an annual mucky rite of passage in the lives of northern New Englanders.
 

 •  California says oceans could rise higher than thought 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

New climate-change findings mean the Pacific Ocean off California may rise higher, and storms and high tides hit harder, than previously thought, officials said.
 

 •  Stunning images from this week in weather 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>A collection of the week's best weather photography.</p>
 

 •  Increasing CO2 in our atmosphere could mean bumpier flights 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

How many of you have a hard time making it through a turbulent flight? If you are the kind of passenger that can´t stand bumpy air travel, perhaps this article will make you think twice before emitting more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.In the future, carbon dioxide will most likely continue to increase in one of the layers of the atmosphere known as the stratosphere, and that scenario could have an effect on the air movement well above the surface, where many commercial airplanes fly every day
 

 •  Stream of quakes rattles Chilean coast 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

More than a dozen moderate earthquakes have rattled the Chilean coast within just over two hours, the most powerful of them registered at magnitude 5.9.
 

 •  Review: Coal terminal would boost global climate-warming gas 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A coal-export terminal proposed in Washington state would increase cancer risks for some residents, make rail accidents more likely and add millions of metric tons of climate-changing greenhouse gas globally every year.
 

 •  Flooding to endanger lives and property in central US into next week 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  Storm death toll rises to 2 in North Carolina 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A woman has died after the North Carolina Highway Patrol said she drove around several barricades and was swept away in the flooding.
 

 •  Germany's April snow 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Snow blankets flowers and fields in Germany.
 

 •  Storms expected to stretch from Gulf Coast to Great Lakes today 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Lightning and gusty winds are possible in the storms.</p>
 

 •  Wildfire on US refuge doubles in size in less than a week 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A wildfire on public lands near the Georgia-Florida state line has blackened 115 square miles (300 sq. kilometers) after doubling in size within a few days, officials said Wednesday.Sustained winds up to 8 mph (13 kph) were expected to keep pushing flames Wednesday into areas of swamp parched by drought inside...
 

 •  Mountaineers Capture Avalanche Up-Close in Canada's Rocky Mountains 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A small group of mountaineers were visiting the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia, Canada, from Spain on April 21 when they unexpectedly witnessed a large avalanche up close.Skiier and mountaineer Jurek Ziemkiewicz captured the avalanche on camera. The footage shows the moment the group spot the avalanche approaching from above. They then rush to a safe location, just off its path and right next to a sign saying “Expect the Unexpected.” After a few quiet moments, a torrent of snow and debris appears just a few feet away from the group, barreling down the mountain as they stand and watch in awe. Credit: Jurek Ziemkiewicz via Storyful
 

 •  Tornado watchers miss more storms, give less notice, yet save more lives? 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Sociological research and deadly twisters have spurred a shift in forecasting practices. On April 27, 2011, TV weatherman James Spann warned viewers that a “large, multiple-vortex tornado” was bearing down on Tuscaloosa, Ala. “You...
 

 •  Waterspout forms in Panama City Beach, FL 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The start of a waterspout at Panama City Beach, FL, is captured on video.
 

 •  Some high plains farmers struggling after fires, drought 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Deep snow is melting into Western mountain streams, but some farmers and ranchers on the high plains are struggling amid a lengthy dry spell and the aftermath of destructive wildfires.
 

 •  What will the weather be like across the US this summer? 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Summer is just around the corner. What will the weather be like in your neck of the woods?
 

 •  To understand climate change, look at it from a mussel's perspective 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The phrase “climate change” triggers images of a huge, global phenomenon. Rising seas. Drought. Ocean acidification. But it's actually experienced on a much smaller scale, by individual plants, animals and people. And most of the world’s organisms experience it...
 

 •  Bus driver fired for driving through dangerous flood waters 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A bus driver in North Carolina was fired after being accused of driving across a flooded road and endangering the lives of several students.
 

 •  Seattle crushes rain record, while rival Portland wet too 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Soggy Seattle has broken another rainfall record, and Portland is inching closer to smashing its own record.Seattle measured 44.7 inches (114 centimeters) of rain between October and April, making it the wettest such period since records began in 1895, the National Weather Service in Seattle said.It marks the second year in the row that the city has topped the historic rainfall record for that period.With several days left to go this month, this year's record will likely be padded some more, said Mike McFarland,...
 

 •  Storm to spread heavy snow across Denver, Intermountain West by late week 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Winter won’t quit just yet across the western United States as a new round of heavy snow will bury Colorado beginning on Friday night.</p>
 

 •  The Arctic is melting — and South Florida faces more flooding 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A new assessment of polar ice melt could mean bad news for South Florida: higher sea rise than previously thought. Based on new evidence, the Arctic Council _ a cooperative effort among eight nations to monitor climate change _ concluded that the Arctic warmed faster between 2011 and 2015 than any time on record, with glaciers and sea ice melting faster than expected. That means a United Nations estimate for sea rise, considered among the most conservative,...
 

 •  Converting coal would help China's smog at climate's expense 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

China's conversion of coal into natural gas could prevent tens of thousands of premature deaths each year. But there's a catch: As the country shifts...
 

 •  How to stay safe before, during and after a flood 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Floods can be devastating and cause destruction on a more massive scale.<br>
 

 •  Near record highs, winds elevate fire risk across Southwest 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Increasing westerly winds, with dry and warm conditions will combine to increase the fire risk across Arizona and New Mexico Monday.</p>
 

 •  Scientists: Get used to wildfires in a warming world 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Communities across the Western U.S. and Canada may have to adapt to living with the ever-increasing threat.
 

 •  2 teens die in an avalanche in Romania 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The bodies of the young victims were pulled out of the snow on Saturday.
 

 •  Stunning images from this week in weather 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>A collection of the week's best weather photography.</p>
 

 •  Dry pattern to worsen drought, brush fires across Florida into May 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Following rain to end the weekend in Florida, a spell of dry weather will threaten to worsen drought conditions and exacerbate brush fires plaguing the state.</p>
 

 •  July-like heat to overtake much of eastern US toward end of April 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Temperatures are poised to surge well into the 80s and 90s F over a large part of the eastern United States later next week through the last weekend of April.</p>
 

 •  4 environmental threats that scientists, Nat Geo explorers will tackle at summit 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>It's no secret humankind hasn't exactly been easy on the environment.</p>
 

 •  Is Tropical Storm Arlene a sign of an active hurricane season? 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Tropical Storm Arlene is located about 1,000 miles west of the Azores.</p>
 

 •  10 gut-wrenching pleas from astronauts to save planet Earth 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

NASA Floating hundreds of miles above Earth, astronauts have an unparalleled and beautiful view of the planet. But that view also lets them look down on the devastating effects of climate change, wildfires, war, pollution,...
 

 •  Strong rip currents will threaten Florida’s east coast beaches 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Beaches from near Savannah, Georgia, southward to Miami will be buffeted by persistent east to southeasterly winds.</p>
 

 •  Iceberg Alley: See Newfoundland's traveling icebergs 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>As the iceberg watching season starts this year, we take a look at traveling icebergs of Newfoundland and Labrador's Iceberg Alley over the years.</p>
 

 •  How to see the Earth Day Lyrid meteor shower 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The annual Lyrid Meteor Shower will be putting on a show for Earth Day this weekend, and here's your guide to when and where to see it.
 

 •  Trump signs ‘monumental’ weather bill into law to help forecasting 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

President Trump signed a bill into law on Tuesday, April 18, that will improve weather forecasting and researching capabilities across the American weather...
 

 •  The pristine Arctic has become a garbage trap for 300B pieces of plastic 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Not even the icy seas off Greenland and Scandinavia are spared from global ocean plastic, scientists say.
 

 •  A massive iceberg traveling south is photobombing a small Canadian fishing village 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Watching icebergs floating by the eastern coast of Newfoundland is a time-honored tradition on one Canadian island in the North Atlantic. Tourists trek up to…
 

 •  Analysis: U.S. immersed in its warmest period in recorded history 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The last one-, two-, three-, four- and five-year periods rank as the warmest on record.
 

 •  NHC says 50 percent chance of cyclone over central Atlantic 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A subtropical cyclone could emerge in the next 48 hours over the central Atlantic, as a low pressure system 700 miles (1,127 km) southwest of the Azores has a 50 percent chance to strengthen, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Wednesday.
 

 •  Plan outdoor activities with the Netatmo Weather Station 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  With thousands of channels to stream, you’ll always know the latest news and weather 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  Enjoy these drones inside or out, no matter what the weather throws your way 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  Entertain the family on rainy days with Just Dance 2016 for Xbox One 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

Manali Weather Forecast, Live Weather News


 •  Currently: Partly Sunny: 32C 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Currently in Manali, IN: 32 °C and Partly Sunny
 

 •  4/30/2017 Forecast 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

High: 35 C Low: 28 C Mostly sunny and pleasant
 

 •  5/1/2017 Forecast 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

High: 34 C Low: 28 C Mostly sunny and pleasant
 

 •  The AccuWeather.com RSS Center 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

To discover additional weather feeds, visit the AccuWeather.com RSS Center at http://www.accuweather.com/en/downloads
 

Shimla Weather Forecast, Live Weather News


 •  Extreme weather conditions interfere with climate protests 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The effects of climate change, in an extremely timely appearance, successfully inhibited and even shut down climate change marches Saturday. While People’s Climate March protesters in the streets of Washington D.C. faced near-record 90 degree heat and high humidity in the late afternoon, an unexpected snowstorm in Colorado forced Denver-area marches to shut down completely, presumably prompting climate change deniers to exclaim, “That’s just weather!”&nbsp;
 

 •  Severe thunderstorms to flood Illinois to Texas 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Dangerous thunderstorms and flash flooding will continue to threaten lives and property across the central United States through Saturday night.</p>
 

 •  1 dead amid flooding, strong thunderstorms in Midwest 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Strong thunderstorms are causing flooding in the Midwest that has killed at least one person in Missouri, prompted numerous rescues and blocked roadways.The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a woman died after being swept away by flood waters Saturday near Clever in southwest Missouri. The patrol says troopers responding to a call for help rescued a man traveling with the woman.The state reported nearly 100 evacuations and nearly three dozen rescues by late afternoon.Thunderstorms also topped trees and power lines in eastern Oklahoma, while more than 4 inches of snow fell in other parts of the...
 

 •  Winter lingered in northern New England, and so will the mud 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Spring is in the air. But mud is on the ground, and will be for a while. Mud season is an annual mucky rite of passage in the lives of northern New Englanders.
 

 •  California says oceans could rise higher than thought 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

New climate-change findings mean the Pacific Ocean off California may rise higher, and storms and high tides hit harder, than previously thought, officials said.
 

 •  Stunning images from this week in weather 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>A collection of the week's best weather photography.</p>
 

 •  Increasing CO2 in our atmosphere could mean bumpier flights 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

How many of you have a hard time making it through a turbulent flight? If you are the kind of passenger that can´t stand bumpy air travel, perhaps this article will make you think twice before emitting more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.In the future, carbon dioxide will most likely continue to increase in one of the layers of the atmosphere known as the stratosphere, and that scenario could have an effect on the air movement well above the surface, where many commercial airplanes fly every day
 

 •  Stream of quakes rattles Chilean coast 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

More than a dozen moderate earthquakes have rattled the Chilean coast within just over two hours, the most powerful of them registered at magnitude 5.9.
 

 •  Review: Coal terminal would boost global climate-warming gas 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A coal-export terminal proposed in Washington state would increase cancer risks for some residents, make rail accidents more likely and add millions of metric tons of climate-changing greenhouse gas globally every year.
 

 •  Flooding to endanger lives and property in central US into next week 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  Storm death toll rises to 2 in North Carolina 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A woman has died after the North Carolina Highway Patrol said she drove around several barricades and was swept away in the flooding.
 

 •  Germany's April snow 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Snow blankets flowers and fields in Germany.
 

 •  Storms expected to stretch from Gulf Coast to Great Lakes today 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Lightning and gusty winds are possible in the storms.</p>
 

 •  Wildfire on US refuge doubles in size in less than a week 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A wildfire on public lands near the Georgia-Florida state line has blackened 115 square miles (300 sq. kilometers) after doubling in size within a few days, officials said Wednesday.Sustained winds up to 8 mph (13 kph) were expected to keep pushing flames Wednesday into areas of swamp parched by drought inside...
 

 •  Mountaineers Capture Avalanche Up-Close in Canada's Rocky Mountains 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A small group of mountaineers were visiting the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia, Canada, from Spain on April 21 when they unexpectedly witnessed a large avalanche up close.Skiier and mountaineer Jurek Ziemkiewicz captured the avalanche on camera. The footage shows the moment the group spot the avalanche approaching from above. They then rush to a safe location, just off its path and right next to a sign saying “Expect the Unexpected.” After a few quiet moments, a torrent of snow and debris appears just a few feet away from the group, barreling down the mountain as they stand and watch in awe. Credit: Jurek Ziemkiewicz via Storyful
 

 •  Tornado watchers miss more storms, give less notice, yet save more lives? 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Sociological research and deadly twisters have spurred a shift in forecasting practices. On April 27, 2011, TV weatherman James Spann warned viewers that a “large, multiple-vortex tornado” was bearing down on Tuscaloosa, Ala. “You...
 

 •  Waterspout forms in Panama City Beach, FL 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The start of a waterspout at Panama City Beach, FL, is captured on video.
 

 •  Some high plains farmers struggling after fires, drought 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Deep snow is melting into Western mountain streams, but some farmers and ranchers on the high plains are struggling amid a lengthy dry spell and the aftermath of destructive wildfires.
 

 •  What will the weather be like across the US this summer? 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Summer is just around the corner. What will the weather be like in your neck of the woods?
 

 •  To understand climate change, look at it from a mussel's perspective 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The phrase “climate change” triggers images of a huge, global phenomenon. Rising seas. Drought. Ocean acidification. But it's actually experienced on a much smaller scale, by individual plants, animals and people. And most of the world’s organisms experience it...
 

 •  Bus driver fired for driving through dangerous flood waters 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A bus driver in North Carolina was fired after being accused of driving across a flooded road and endangering the lives of several students.
 

 •  Seattle crushes rain record, while rival Portland wet too 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Soggy Seattle has broken another rainfall record, and Portland is inching closer to smashing its own record.Seattle measured 44.7 inches (114 centimeters) of rain between October and April, making it the wettest such period since records began in 1895, the National Weather Service in Seattle said.It marks the second year in the row that the city has topped the historic rainfall record for that period.With several days left to go this month, this year's record will likely be padded some more, said Mike McFarland,...
 

 •  Storm to spread heavy snow across Denver, Intermountain West by late week 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Winter won’t quit just yet across the western United States as a new round of heavy snow will bury Colorado beginning on Friday night.</p>
 

 •  The Arctic is melting — and South Florida faces more flooding 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A new assessment of polar ice melt could mean bad news for South Florida: higher sea rise than previously thought. Based on new evidence, the Arctic Council _ a cooperative effort among eight nations to monitor climate change _ concluded that the Arctic warmed faster between 2011 and 2015 than any time on record, with glaciers and sea ice melting faster than expected. That means a United Nations estimate for sea rise, considered among the most conservative,...
 

 •  Converting coal would help China's smog at climate's expense 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

China's conversion of coal into natural gas could prevent tens of thousands of premature deaths each year. But there's a catch: As the country shifts...
 

 •  How to stay safe before, during and after a flood 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Floods can be devastating and cause destruction on a more massive scale.<br>
 

 •  Near record highs, winds elevate fire risk across Southwest 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Increasing westerly winds, with dry and warm conditions will combine to increase the fire risk across Arizona and New Mexico Monday.</p>
 

 •  Scientists: Get used to wildfires in a warming world 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Communities across the Western U.S. and Canada may have to adapt to living with the ever-increasing threat.
 

 •  2 teens die in an avalanche in Romania 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The bodies of the young victims were pulled out of the snow on Saturday.
 

 •  Stunning images from this week in weather 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>A collection of the week's best weather photography.</p>
 

 •  Dry pattern to worsen drought, brush fires across Florida into May 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Following rain to end the weekend in Florida, a spell of dry weather will threaten to worsen drought conditions and exacerbate brush fires plaguing the state.</p>
 

 •  July-like heat to overtake much of eastern US toward end of April 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Temperatures are poised to surge well into the 80s and 90s F over a large part of the eastern United States later next week through the last weekend of April.</p>
 

 •  4 environmental threats that scientists, Nat Geo explorers will tackle at summit 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>It's no secret humankind hasn't exactly been easy on the environment.</p>
 

 •  Is Tropical Storm Arlene a sign of an active hurricane season? 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Tropical Storm Arlene is located about 1,000 miles west of the Azores.</p>
 

 •  10 gut-wrenching pleas from astronauts to save planet Earth 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

NASA Floating hundreds of miles above Earth, astronauts have an unparalleled and beautiful view of the planet. But that view also lets them look down on the devastating effects of climate change, wildfires, war, pollution,...
 

 •  Strong rip currents will threaten Florida’s east coast beaches 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>Beaches from near Savannah, Georgia, southward to Miami will be buffeted by persistent east to southeasterly winds.</p>
 

 •  Iceberg Alley: See Newfoundland's traveling icebergs 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

<p>As the iceberg watching season starts this year, we take a look at traveling icebergs of Newfoundland and Labrador's Iceberg Alley over the years.</p>
 

 •  How to see the Earth Day Lyrid meteor shower 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The annual Lyrid Meteor Shower will be putting on a show for Earth Day this weekend, and here's your guide to when and where to see it.
 

 •  Trump signs ‘monumental’ weather bill into law to help forecasting 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

President Trump signed a bill into law on Tuesday, April 18, that will improve weather forecasting and researching capabilities across the American weather...
 

 •  The pristine Arctic has become a garbage trap for 300B pieces of plastic 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Not even the icy seas off Greenland and Scandinavia are spared from global ocean plastic, scientists say.
 

 •  A massive iceberg traveling south is photobombing a small Canadian fishing village 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

Watching icebergs floating by the eastern coast of Newfoundland is a time-honored tradition on one Canadian island in the North Atlantic. Tourists trek up to…
 

 •  Analysis: U.S. immersed in its warmest period in recorded history 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

The last one-, two-, three-, four- and five-year periods rank as the warmest on record.
 

 •  NHC says 50 percent chance of cyclone over central Atlantic 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

A subtropical cyclone could emerge in the next 48 hours over the central Atlantic, as a low pressure system 700 miles (1,127 km) southwest of the Azores has a 50 percent chance to strengthen, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Wednesday.
 

 •  Plan outdoor activities with the Netatmo Weather Station 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  With thousands of channels to stream, you’ll always know the latest news and weather 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  Enjoy these drones inside or out, no matter what the weather throws your way 04/30/2017 01:12 AM

 

 •  Entertain the family on rainy days with Just Dance 2016 for Xbox One 04/30/2017 01:12 AM