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 •  Ophelia batters UK after pummeling Ireland, leaves 3 dead 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Storm Ophelia is battering Scotland and northern England after leaving three people dead and hundreds of thousands without power in Ireland.
 

 •  Firefighters continue to gain ground on deadly Northern California blazes 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

As more people returned to their homes in Northern California on Tuesday and officials continued the search for dozens of missing people, fire crews gained additional ground on the deadly blazes that have scorched more than 210,000 acres and killed at least 41. The four largest fires were all more than 50 percent contained as of Tuesday morning.
 

 •  3 storm systems moving into Pacific Northwest this week 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

SEATTLE — The National Weather Service says the Pacific Northwest should prepare for wind, rain, flooding and snow this week.A series of three storm systems will pass though the region starting Tuesday and last through the weekend.The greater Puget Sound area, from Everett down to Tacoma, could see high winds starting Tuesday. Gusts on the coast could hit 35 miles (56 kilometers) per hour.The weather service advises people to trim trees to avoid falling branches that could cause power outages.Snow may begin on the passes by Tuesday afternoon. A few inches of snow could fall above 4,000...
 

 •  A rare view inside a California wildfire 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

A firefighter from Berkeley's "Engine 6" shot video as he, his team and others fought the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa, California.
 

 •  Here's why London's sky turned red 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The sky turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London.
 

 •  Storms, rough surf to batter Florida this week 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>While the rest of the southeastern United States enjoys sunny and pleasant weather, Florida will be the focal point for stormy conditions and rough surf this week.</p>
 

 •  What to Know About Ophelia, the Atlantic's Easternmost Hurricane Ever 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>Ireland and the U.K. are bracing Monday for an onslaught of rain and gale-force winds as Ophelia, a Category 3 hurricane at its peak, slams onshore.</p>
 

 •  Colors everywhere: Rainbows from around the world 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>From Niagara Falls to Tuscany, here are some stunning pictures of these natural, multicolored circular arcs.</p>
 

 •  Pilot Survives Hurricane Winds and Lightning Strikes 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

A 30-second video shows a plane shifting through the air and down to the tarmac.
 

 •  Real-life storm chasers share their experiences 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

There’s something so pleasing about watching the rain through the window, or hearing the rumbling clouds from the warmth and comfort of your own home. There are some, though, who want to get up close and personal with the weather, so now there are experienced tour operators out there willing to take you (safely) on the ultimate drive to the heart of a storm. From death-defying moments to America’s tornado hot spots, we spoke to three real-life storm chasers who reveal their experiences of one of the world’s most dangerous travel experiences.
 

 •  High Winds Continue to Fan Deadly Northern Calif. Wildfires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  European hurricanes are rare — but could become more common 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

National Hurricane Center Hurricane Ophelia, which on Friday was a Category 2 storm with sustained winds of 100 mph, is headed towards Europe. If that news made you stop in surprise, you're not alone. It might sound absurd — you don't often...
 

 •  Does "supervolcano" under Yellowstone have planet-killing potential? 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

"Supervolcano" sleeping underneath Yellowstone National Park could have destructive capability to send the entire planet into a volcanic winter
 

 •  San Francisco Bay Area cancels events as smoke chokes region 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Smoke from the wildfires north of San Francisco has sank the air quality level in the Bay Area to the same unhealthy level as some of China's smog-choked cities, sending people to emergency rooms and forcing schools to close and people to wear masks when they step outside
 

 •  Vineyards may have kept wine country fire from getting worse 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

LOS ANGELES - Christian Palmaz used hoes, shovels and rakes to keep flames from his family's 19th-century vineyard estate home on the flanks of Mount St. George in eastern Napa County. But he didn't have to worry about his vines. They're green, very much alive, and a stark contrast to more than 500 acres of oak, manzanita and grassland charred by the Atlas fire as it tore across Palmaz's ...
 

 •  Another El Nino problem: More carbon dioxide in air 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

&nbsp;A new NASA satellite has found another thing to blame on El Niño: A recent record high increase of carbon dioxide in the air.
 

 •  At Least 54 Killed As Worst Floods In Years Batter Vietnam 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

At least 54 people died and 39 went missing after destructive floods battered northern and central Vietnam this week, the country’s disaster prevention agency said on Friday (October 13). More than 300 homes have collapsed in floods and landslides, while more than 34,000 other houses have been submerged or damaged.
 

 •  Volcanoes on 'Ring of Fire' remind Asia of its seismic peril 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The string of active volcanoes around the Pacific Ocean has lived up to its "Ring of Fire" name lately, sparking mass evacuations in Indonesia and Vanuatu and unsettling part of southwestern Japan.
 

 •  10 Hurricanes in a Row Hit the Atlantic. That Hasn't Happened Since 1893 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Tropical storm Ophelia became the 10th Atlantic storm in a row to strengthen into a hurricane Wednesday — the first time that such a long string of storms have all reached hurricane strength since 1893, meteorologists said. Many of those 10 hurricanes have not hit the U.S. mainland — and Ophelia isn’t expected to reach America either. But a few others, including Harvey, Irma and Maria, have left dozens in the U.S. dead and caused billions of dollars in damage. Hurricane season continues through the end October, leaving the potential for even more destruction. This year’s unusually strong storm season comes after years of relative hurricane drought.&nbsp;
 

 •  Poll: Americans blame wild weather on global warming 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

After hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria blitzed the nation, most Americans think weather disasters are getting more severe and see global warming's fingerprints.
 

 •  Irma's runoff draws polluted line on Florida's Atlantic Coast 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

JUPITER ISLAND, Fla. — Rainfall runoff and Lake Okeechobee discharges since Hurricane Irma hit Florida last month have turned miles of Atlantic beaches and Indian River Lagoon waters the color of coffee. Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin counties in Florida — given the moniker Treasure Coast because of tons of treasure left on the ocean floor when Spanish ships sunk during hurricanes — always has felt the brunt of strong storms and lots of rain in early fall, said Grant Gilmore, a marine biologist who has studied life in the lagoon for more than 40 years.&nbsp;
 

 •  Winds expected to drive next wave of deadly California fires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Search-and-rescue teams, some with cadaver dogs, started looking for bodies Thursday in parts of California wine country devastated by wildfires, authorities said, sounding a warning that more dead were almost sure to emerge from the charred ruins.At least 26 people have died and some 3,500 homes and businesses have been destroyed by the blazes, which were well on their way to becoming the deadliest and most destructive in...
 

 •  What A Hole In Antarctica Says About Climate Change 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>A vast hole has re-opened in Antarctica, and it could have something to teach us about climate change.</p>
 

 •  Fall Is in the Air: Images of the Season 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

It really is the best season.
 

 •  5 hurricane myths debunked 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

When it comes to hurricanes, powerful winds aren’t the only things circulating. Here are five of the many potentially deadly misconceptions swirling around tropical cyclones. ​
 

 •  Before-and-after: Calif. wineries devastated by fires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Several California wineries have burned in a series of fires that ravaged Northern California's wine country early this week.
 

 •  Hot weather could dampen fall foliage in Northeast 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Some people might like the warm temperatures lingering for a little while longer, but that could also affect fall foliage in the Northeast. Unfortunately, we can't always have it both ways.
 

 •  California’s Wildfires: Why Have They Been So Destructive? 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The 22 major blazes raging in California have been much more ferocious than the state’s typical fire season, for reasons that were years in the making.
 

 •  Protecting yourself from wildfire smoke 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Wildfire smoke can pose a serious threat to your health. Follow these tips to keep you and your family safe.
 

 •  'Plan B': Seven ways to engineer the climate 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Dismissed a decade ago as far-fetched and dangerous, schemes to tame global warming by engineering the climate have migrated from the margins of policy debate towards centre stage.
 

 •  A cigarette, a car backfire: Small sparks can make big fires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

A carelessly discarded cigarette, a downed power line, a car's backfire or a chainsaw's pull. Just about anything could have started any one of the wildfires now tearing through...
 

 •  250 years after Washington drained it, feds soak a swamp 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The U.S. government is trying to undo the damage from two centuries of logging at the Great Dismal Swamp.
 

 •  Yellowstone Supervolcano: Only Decades To Prepare For Eruption 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Beneath the beautiful Yellowstone National Park lies a supervolcano, a hidden a force of nature that has the potential to blanket the United States in ash and send the world into a volcanic winter.
 

 •  Smoke from Wine Country fires makes air unhealthy around region 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Air-quality officials warned Tuesday that smoke from the North Bay wildfires has made the air hazardous near the burn areas and unhealthy all around the Bay Area. People in the fire-affected regions of Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino counties may be overwhelmed amid the disorder, but officials nevertheless said residents shouldn’t shrug off protecting their respiratory health. “If you have masks available, you should use them,” said Kristine ...
 

 •  California on Fire: These Female Inmates Are Fighting the Blazes 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

California's fire seasons are growing longer and more intense. These are the female inmate firefighters who help the state battle the blazes.
 

 •  Nate latest in season of storms 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

As former Hurricane Nate drags its tropical depression winds and rain northeastward in the United States, another system is swirling in the eastern Atlantic, looking likely to become a tropical storm later Monday.
 

 •  Photos: Tropical Storm Nate 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>We take a look at the damage so far brought on by Tropical Storm Nate and how people are preparing for the storm.</p>
 

 •  Plan outdoor activities with the Netatmo Weather Station 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  With thousands of channels to stream, you’ll always know the latest news and weather 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  Enjoy these drones inside or out, no matter what the weather throws your way 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  Entertain the family on rainy days with Just Dance 2016 for Xbox One 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

Dharamsala / Dharamshala Weather Forecast, Live Weather News


 •  Currently: Sunny: 25C 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Currently in Dharamsala, IN: 25 °C and Sunny
 

 •  10/18/2017 Forecast 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

High: 33 C Low: 13 C Colder this morning; sunny
 

 •  10/19/2017 Forecast 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

High: 23 C Low: 14 C Sunny and cooler but pleasant
 

 •  The AccuWeather.com RSS Center 10/18/2017 05:20 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


 •  Ophelia batters UK after pummeling Ireland, leaves 3 dead 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Storm Ophelia is battering Scotland and northern England after leaving three people dead and hundreds of thousands without power in Ireland.
 

 •  Firefighters continue to gain ground on deadly Northern California blazes 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

As more people returned to their homes in Northern California on Tuesday and officials continued the search for dozens of missing people, fire crews gained additional ground on the deadly blazes that have scorched more than 210,000 acres and killed at least 41. The four largest fires were all more than 50 percent contained as of Tuesday morning.
 

 •  3 storm systems moving into Pacific Northwest this week 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

SEATTLE — The National Weather Service says the Pacific Northwest should prepare for wind, rain, flooding and snow this week.A series of three storm systems will pass though the region starting Tuesday and last through the weekend.The greater Puget Sound area, from Everett down to Tacoma, could see high winds starting Tuesday. Gusts on the coast could hit 35 miles (56 kilometers) per hour.The weather service advises people to trim trees to avoid falling branches that could cause power outages.Snow may begin on the passes by Tuesday afternoon. A few inches of snow could fall above 4,000...
 

 •  A rare view inside a California wildfire 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

A firefighter from Berkeley's "Engine 6" shot video as he, his team and others fought the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa, California.
 

 •  Here's why London's sky turned red 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The sky turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London.
 

 •  Storms, rough surf to batter Florida this week 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>While the rest of the southeastern United States enjoys sunny and pleasant weather, Florida will be the focal point for stormy conditions and rough surf this week.</p>
 

 •  What to Know About Ophelia, the Atlantic's Easternmost Hurricane Ever 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>Ireland and the U.K. are bracing Monday for an onslaught of rain and gale-force winds as Ophelia, a Category 3 hurricane at its peak, slams onshore.</p>
 

 •  Colors everywhere: Rainbows from around the world 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>From Niagara Falls to Tuscany, here are some stunning pictures of these natural, multicolored circular arcs.</p>
 

 •  Pilot Survives Hurricane Winds and Lightning Strikes 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

A 30-second video shows a plane shifting through the air and down to the tarmac.
 

 •  Real-life storm chasers share their experiences 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

There’s something so pleasing about watching the rain through the window, or hearing the rumbling clouds from the warmth and comfort of your own home. There are some, though, who want to get up close and personal with the weather, so now there are experienced tour operators out there willing to take you (safely) on the ultimate drive to the heart of a storm. From death-defying moments to America’s tornado hot spots, we spoke to three real-life storm chasers who reveal their experiences of one of the world’s most dangerous travel experiences.
 

 •  High Winds Continue to Fan Deadly Northern Calif. Wildfires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  European hurricanes are rare — but could become more common 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

National Hurricane Center Hurricane Ophelia, which on Friday was a Category 2 storm with sustained winds of 100 mph, is headed towards Europe. If that news made you stop in surprise, you're not alone. It might sound absurd — you don't often...
 

 •  Does "supervolcano" under Yellowstone have planet-killing potential? 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

"Supervolcano" sleeping underneath Yellowstone National Park could have destructive capability to send the entire planet into a volcanic winter
 

 •  San Francisco Bay Area cancels events as smoke chokes region 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Smoke from the wildfires north of San Francisco has sank the air quality level in the Bay Area to the same unhealthy level as some of China's smog-choked cities, sending people to emergency rooms and forcing schools to close and people to wear masks when they step outside
 

 •  Vineyards may have kept wine country fire from getting worse 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

LOS ANGELES - Christian Palmaz used hoes, shovels and rakes to keep flames from his family's 19th-century vineyard estate home on the flanks of Mount St. George in eastern Napa County. But he didn't have to worry about his vines. They're green, very much alive, and a stark contrast to more than 500 acres of oak, manzanita and grassland charred by the Atlas fire as it tore across Palmaz's ...
 

 •  Another El Nino problem: More carbon dioxide in air 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

&nbsp;A new NASA satellite has found another thing to blame on El Niño: A recent record high increase of carbon dioxide in the air.
 

 •  At Least 54 Killed As Worst Floods In Years Batter Vietnam 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

At least 54 people died and 39 went missing after destructive floods battered northern and central Vietnam this week, the country’s disaster prevention agency said on Friday (October 13). More than 300 homes have collapsed in floods and landslides, while more than 34,000 other houses have been submerged or damaged.
 

 •  Volcanoes on 'Ring of Fire' remind Asia of its seismic peril 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The string of active volcanoes around the Pacific Ocean has lived up to its "Ring of Fire" name lately, sparking mass evacuations in Indonesia and Vanuatu and unsettling part of southwestern Japan.
 

 •  10 Hurricanes in a Row Hit the Atlantic. That Hasn't Happened Since 1893 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Tropical storm Ophelia became the 10th Atlantic storm in a row to strengthen into a hurricane Wednesday — the first time that such a long string of storms have all reached hurricane strength since 1893, meteorologists said. Many of those 10 hurricanes have not hit the U.S. mainland — and Ophelia isn’t expected to reach America either. But a few others, including Harvey, Irma and Maria, have left dozens in the U.S. dead and caused billions of dollars in damage. Hurricane season continues through the end October, leaving the potential for even more destruction. This year’s unusually strong storm season comes after years of relative hurricane drought.&nbsp;
 

 •  Poll: Americans blame wild weather on global warming 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

After hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria blitzed the nation, most Americans think weather disasters are getting more severe and see global warming's fingerprints.
 

 •  Irma's runoff draws polluted line on Florida's Atlantic Coast 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

JUPITER ISLAND, Fla. — Rainfall runoff and Lake Okeechobee discharges since Hurricane Irma hit Florida last month have turned miles of Atlantic beaches and Indian River Lagoon waters the color of coffee. Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin counties in Florida — given the moniker Treasure Coast because of tons of treasure left on the ocean floor when Spanish ships sunk during hurricanes — always has felt the brunt of strong storms and lots of rain in early fall, said Grant Gilmore, a marine biologist who has studied life in the lagoon for more than 40 years.&nbsp;
 

 •  Winds expected to drive next wave of deadly California fires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Search-and-rescue teams, some with cadaver dogs, started looking for bodies Thursday in parts of California wine country devastated by wildfires, authorities said, sounding a warning that more dead were almost sure to emerge from the charred ruins.At least 26 people have died and some 3,500 homes and businesses have been destroyed by the blazes, which were well on their way to becoming the deadliest and most destructive in...
 

 •  What A Hole In Antarctica Says About Climate Change 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>A vast hole has re-opened in Antarctica, and it could have something to teach us about climate change.</p>
 

 •  Fall Is in the Air: Images of the Season 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

It really is the best season.
 

 •  5 hurricane myths debunked 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

When it comes to hurricanes, powerful winds aren’t the only things circulating. Here are five of the many potentially deadly misconceptions swirling around tropical cyclones. ​
 

 •  Before-and-after: Calif. wineries devastated by fires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Several California wineries have burned in a series of fires that ravaged Northern California's wine country early this week.
 

 •  Hot weather could dampen fall foliage in Northeast 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Some people might like the warm temperatures lingering for a little while longer, but that could also affect fall foliage in the Northeast. Unfortunately, we can't always have it both ways.
 

 •  California’s Wildfires: Why Have They Been So Destructive? 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The 22 major blazes raging in California have been much more ferocious than the state’s typical fire season, for reasons that were years in the making.
 

 •  Protecting yourself from wildfire smoke 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Wildfire smoke can pose a serious threat to your health. Follow these tips to keep you and your family safe.
 

 •  'Plan B': Seven ways to engineer the climate 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Dismissed a decade ago as far-fetched and dangerous, schemes to tame global warming by engineering the climate have migrated from the margins of policy debate towards centre stage.
 

 •  A cigarette, a car backfire: Small sparks can make big fires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

A carelessly discarded cigarette, a downed power line, a car's backfire or a chainsaw's pull. Just about anything could have started any one of the wildfires now tearing through...
 

 •  250 years after Washington drained it, feds soak a swamp 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The U.S. government is trying to undo the damage from two centuries of logging at the Great Dismal Swamp.
 

 •  Yellowstone Supervolcano: Only Decades To Prepare For Eruption 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Beneath the beautiful Yellowstone National Park lies a supervolcano, a hidden a force of nature that has the potential to blanket the United States in ash and send the world into a volcanic winter.
 

 •  Smoke from Wine Country fires makes air unhealthy around region 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Air-quality officials warned Tuesday that smoke from the North Bay wildfires has made the air hazardous near the burn areas and unhealthy all around the Bay Area. People in the fire-affected regions of Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino counties may be overwhelmed amid the disorder, but officials nevertheless said residents shouldn’t shrug off protecting their respiratory health. “If you have masks available, you should use them,” said Kristine ...
 

 •  California on Fire: These Female Inmates Are Fighting the Blazes 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

California's fire seasons are growing longer and more intense. These are the female inmate firefighters who help the state battle the blazes.
 

 •  Nate latest in season of storms 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

As former Hurricane Nate drags its tropical depression winds and rain northeastward in the United States, another system is swirling in the eastern Atlantic, looking likely to become a tropical storm later Monday.
 

 •  Photos: Tropical Storm Nate 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>We take a look at the damage so far brought on by Tropical Storm Nate and how people are preparing for the storm.</p>
 

 •  Plan outdoor activities with the Netatmo Weather Station 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  With thousands of channels to stream, you’ll always know the latest news and weather 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  Enjoy these drones inside or out, no matter what the weather throws your way 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  Entertain the family on rainy days with Just Dance 2016 for Xbox One 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

Manali Weather Forecast, Live Weather News


 •  Currently: Cloudy: 32C 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Currently in Manali, IN: 32 °C and Cloudy
 

 •  10/18/2017 Forecast 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

High: 32 C Low: 26 C Considerable cloudiness
 

 •  10/19/2017 Forecast 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

High: 34 C Low: 27 C Sun through high clouds
 

 •  The AccuWeather.com RSS Center 10/18/2017 05:20 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


 •  Ophelia batters UK after pummeling Ireland, leaves 3 dead 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Storm Ophelia is battering Scotland and northern England after leaving three people dead and hundreds of thousands without power in Ireland.
 

 •  Firefighters continue to gain ground on deadly Northern California blazes 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

As more people returned to their homes in Northern California on Tuesday and officials continued the search for dozens of missing people, fire crews gained additional ground on the deadly blazes that have scorched more than 210,000 acres and killed at least 41. The four largest fires were all more than 50 percent contained as of Tuesday morning.
 

 •  3 storm systems moving into Pacific Northwest this week 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

SEATTLE — The National Weather Service says the Pacific Northwest should prepare for wind, rain, flooding and snow this week.A series of three storm systems will pass though the region starting Tuesday and last through the weekend.The greater Puget Sound area, from Everett down to Tacoma, could see high winds starting Tuesday. Gusts on the coast could hit 35 miles (56 kilometers) per hour.The weather service advises people to trim trees to avoid falling branches that could cause power outages.Snow may begin on the passes by Tuesday afternoon. A few inches of snow could fall above 4,000...
 

 •  A rare view inside a California wildfire 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

A firefighter from Berkeley's "Engine 6" shot video as he, his team and others fought the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa, California.
 

 •  Here's why London's sky turned red 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The sky turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London.
 

 •  Storms, rough surf to batter Florida this week 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>While the rest of the southeastern United States enjoys sunny and pleasant weather, Florida will be the focal point for stormy conditions and rough surf this week.</p>
 

 •  What to Know About Ophelia, the Atlantic's Easternmost Hurricane Ever 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>Ireland and the U.K. are bracing Monday for an onslaught of rain and gale-force winds as Ophelia, a Category 3 hurricane at its peak, slams onshore.</p>
 

 •  Colors everywhere: Rainbows from around the world 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>From Niagara Falls to Tuscany, here are some stunning pictures of these natural, multicolored circular arcs.</p>
 

 •  Pilot Survives Hurricane Winds and Lightning Strikes 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

A 30-second video shows a plane shifting through the air and down to the tarmac.
 

 •  Real-life storm chasers share their experiences 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

There’s something so pleasing about watching the rain through the window, or hearing the rumbling clouds from the warmth and comfort of your own home. There are some, though, who want to get up close and personal with the weather, so now there are experienced tour operators out there willing to take you (safely) on the ultimate drive to the heart of a storm. From death-defying moments to America’s tornado hot spots, we spoke to three real-life storm chasers who reveal their experiences of one of the world’s most dangerous travel experiences.
 

 •  High Winds Continue to Fan Deadly Northern Calif. Wildfires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  European hurricanes are rare — but could become more common 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

National Hurricane Center Hurricane Ophelia, which on Friday was a Category 2 storm with sustained winds of 100 mph, is headed towards Europe. If that news made you stop in surprise, you're not alone. It might sound absurd — you don't often...
 

 •  Does "supervolcano" under Yellowstone have planet-killing potential? 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

"Supervolcano" sleeping underneath Yellowstone National Park could have destructive capability to send the entire planet into a volcanic winter
 

 •  San Francisco Bay Area cancels events as smoke chokes region 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Smoke from the wildfires north of San Francisco has sank the air quality level in the Bay Area to the same unhealthy level as some of China's smog-choked cities, sending people to emergency rooms and forcing schools to close and people to wear masks when they step outside
 

 •  Vineyards may have kept wine country fire from getting worse 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

LOS ANGELES - Christian Palmaz used hoes, shovels and rakes to keep flames from his family's 19th-century vineyard estate home on the flanks of Mount St. George in eastern Napa County. But he didn't have to worry about his vines. They're green, very much alive, and a stark contrast to more than 500 acres of oak, manzanita and grassland charred by the Atlas fire as it tore across Palmaz's ...
 

 •  Another El Nino problem: More carbon dioxide in air 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

&nbsp;A new NASA satellite has found another thing to blame on El Niño: A recent record high increase of carbon dioxide in the air.
 

 •  At Least 54 Killed As Worst Floods In Years Batter Vietnam 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

At least 54 people died and 39 went missing after destructive floods battered northern and central Vietnam this week, the country’s disaster prevention agency said on Friday (October 13). More than 300 homes have collapsed in floods and landslides, while more than 34,000 other houses have been submerged or damaged.
 

 •  Volcanoes on 'Ring of Fire' remind Asia of its seismic peril 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The string of active volcanoes around the Pacific Ocean has lived up to its "Ring of Fire" name lately, sparking mass evacuations in Indonesia and Vanuatu and unsettling part of southwestern Japan.
 

 •  10 Hurricanes in a Row Hit the Atlantic. That Hasn't Happened Since 1893 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Tropical storm Ophelia became the 10th Atlantic storm in a row to strengthen into a hurricane Wednesday — the first time that such a long string of storms have all reached hurricane strength since 1893, meteorologists said. Many of those 10 hurricanes have not hit the U.S. mainland — and Ophelia isn’t expected to reach America either. But a few others, including Harvey, Irma and Maria, have left dozens in the U.S. dead and caused billions of dollars in damage. Hurricane season continues through the end October, leaving the potential for even more destruction. This year’s unusually strong storm season comes after years of relative hurricane drought.&nbsp;
 

 •  Poll: Americans blame wild weather on global warming 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

After hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria blitzed the nation, most Americans think weather disasters are getting more severe and see global warming's fingerprints.
 

 •  Irma's runoff draws polluted line on Florida's Atlantic Coast 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

JUPITER ISLAND, Fla. — Rainfall runoff and Lake Okeechobee discharges since Hurricane Irma hit Florida last month have turned miles of Atlantic beaches and Indian River Lagoon waters the color of coffee. Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin counties in Florida — given the moniker Treasure Coast because of tons of treasure left on the ocean floor when Spanish ships sunk during hurricanes — always has felt the brunt of strong storms and lots of rain in early fall, said Grant Gilmore, a marine biologist who has studied life in the lagoon for more than 40 years.&nbsp;
 

 •  Winds expected to drive next wave of deadly California fires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Search-and-rescue teams, some with cadaver dogs, started looking for bodies Thursday in parts of California wine country devastated by wildfires, authorities said, sounding a warning that more dead were almost sure to emerge from the charred ruins.At least 26 people have died and some 3,500 homes and businesses have been destroyed by the blazes, which were well on their way to becoming the deadliest and most destructive in...
 

 •  What A Hole In Antarctica Says About Climate Change 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>A vast hole has re-opened in Antarctica, and it could have something to teach us about climate change.</p>
 

 •  Fall Is in the Air: Images of the Season 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

It really is the best season.
 

 •  5 hurricane myths debunked 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

When it comes to hurricanes, powerful winds aren’t the only things circulating. Here are five of the many potentially deadly misconceptions swirling around tropical cyclones. ​
 

 •  Before-and-after: Calif. wineries devastated by fires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Several California wineries have burned in a series of fires that ravaged Northern California's wine country early this week.
 

 •  Hot weather could dampen fall foliage in Northeast 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Some people might like the warm temperatures lingering for a little while longer, but that could also affect fall foliage in the Northeast. Unfortunately, we can't always have it both ways.
 

 •  California’s Wildfires: Why Have They Been So Destructive? 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The 22 major blazes raging in California have been much more ferocious than the state’s typical fire season, for reasons that were years in the making.
 

 •  Protecting yourself from wildfire smoke 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Wildfire smoke can pose a serious threat to your health. Follow these tips to keep you and your family safe.
 

 •  'Plan B': Seven ways to engineer the climate 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Dismissed a decade ago as far-fetched and dangerous, schemes to tame global warming by engineering the climate have migrated from the margins of policy debate towards centre stage.
 

 •  A cigarette, a car backfire: Small sparks can make big fires 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

A carelessly discarded cigarette, a downed power line, a car's backfire or a chainsaw's pull. Just about anything could have started any one of the wildfires now tearing through...
 

 •  250 years after Washington drained it, feds soak a swamp 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

The U.S. government is trying to undo the damage from two centuries of logging at the Great Dismal Swamp.
 

 •  Yellowstone Supervolcano: Only Decades To Prepare For Eruption 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Beneath the beautiful Yellowstone National Park lies a supervolcano, a hidden a force of nature that has the potential to blanket the United States in ash and send the world into a volcanic winter.
 

 •  Smoke from Wine Country fires makes air unhealthy around region 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

Air-quality officials warned Tuesday that smoke from the North Bay wildfires has made the air hazardous near the burn areas and unhealthy all around the Bay Area. People in the fire-affected regions of Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino counties may be overwhelmed amid the disorder, but officials nevertheless said residents shouldn’t shrug off protecting their respiratory health. “If you have masks available, you should use them,” said Kristine ...
 

 •  California on Fire: These Female Inmates Are Fighting the Blazes 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

California's fire seasons are growing longer and more intense. These are the female inmate firefighters who help the state battle the blazes.
 

 •  Nate latest in season of storms 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

As former Hurricane Nate drags its tropical depression winds and rain northeastward in the United States, another system is swirling in the eastern Atlantic, looking likely to become a tropical storm later Monday.
 

 •  Photos: Tropical Storm Nate 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

<p>We take a look at the damage so far brought on by Tropical Storm Nate and how people are preparing for the storm.</p>
 

 •  Plan outdoor activities with the Netatmo Weather Station 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  With thousands of channels to stream, you’ll always know the latest news and weather 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  Enjoy these drones inside or out, no matter what the weather throws your way 10/18/2017 05:20 AM

 

 •  Entertain the family on rainy days with Just Dance 2016 for Xbox One 10/18/2017 05:20 AM