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Winter Storm drives blizzard warnings across Midwest; at least 2 dead

Two storm-related deaths were reported on Thursday, one in Kansas and another in Louisiana. → Read More

Polar vortex? Back in the day, we called it 'winter'

Love or hate the term, a polar vortex could be making a return to the U.S. later this month or in January. → Read More

Teen activist to UN climate negotiators: 'You are not mature enough to tell it like it is'

A 15-year-old stole the show at a UN climate conference in Poland late last week. → Read More

Coast-to-coast cold, then a weekend snowstorm possible for South, East

First the cold, then the snow. A cold snap that will encompass nearly the entire U.S. this week will be followed by a potentially disruptive snowstorm. → Read More

Florence and Michael powered deadly Atlantic hurricane season that ends Friday

After six long months and 15 storms, the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season officially comes to its merciful end on Friday. → Read More

2018 will be Earth's 4th-warmest year on record, UN expects

The past four years are the four warmest years since records began in 1850. → Read More

A side dish from Siberia? Many are going to freeze on Thanksgiving

Temperatures in the morning will start off near zero degrees in northern New England and only about 30 degrees in southeastern Virginia, AccuWeather said. → Read More

Early winter weather has East Coast bracing for snow, wind and power outages

The pre-winter storm is already leaving a trail of closed schools, traffic headaches and power outages across much of the country. → Read More

Severe weather threatens to test Election Day voters in southeastern US

Over 5 million potential voters are in the path of severe weather overnight, with storms possibly rattling the Mid-Atlantic on Tuesday. → Read More

Good environmental news, for once: The ozone layer is healing thanks to worldwide cooperation

Finally some good news from the environment. The ozone layer – which protects us from the sun's harmful radiation – is slowly healing, the United Nations said. → Read More

Great balls of fire: Taurid meteor shower is here

The Taurid meteor shower is the result of tiny bits of dust and ice debris left behind by a comet. → Read More

Giant 'waves' in the sky are wreaking havoc on our weather, study says

Odd behavior of the jet stream appears to be causing more wild and extreme summertime weather for us earthlings. → Read More

By itself, bitcoin could create climate chaos within 20 years

If bitcoin use continues to grow, it could alone produce enough carbon emissions to raise global temperatures by almost 4 degrees F as soon as 2033. → Read More

12 total packages found, 1 person in custody in mail-bomb investigation

One person is in custody in connection with the packages. → Read More

18 US volcanoes considered a ‘very high threat;’ Hawaii's Kilauea is the most dangerous

The U.S. Geological Survey updated its volcano threat assessments for the first time since 2005. → Read More

Another suspicious package discovered in NYC, near Robert De Niro's production company

A suspicious package was discovered in the Tribeca neighborhood of Lower Manhattan Thursday morning near Robert De Niro's production company offices → Read More

Hurricane Willa makes landfall along Mexico's west coast as a Category 3 storm

Emergency officials said they evacuated more than 4,250 people in coastal towns and set up 58 shelters ahead of the dangerous storm. → Read More

Hurricane Willa roars to 'potentially catastrophic' Category 5 storm as it nears Mexico

Hurricane Willa has grown rapidly into a 'potentially catastrophic' Category 5 storm in the eastern Pacific on a path toward Mexico’s western coast → Read More

Look up! The Orionid meteor shower peaks this weekend

The Orionid meteor shower should be visible Friday and Saturday nights, but the best views are expected to be Sunday morning after the moon has set but before the sun rises. → Read More

Did global warming 'supercharge' Hurricane Michael?

When Michael hit land, it was the most powerful hurricane on record to slam Florida's Panhandle and the third-strongest U.S. landfall of all time. → Read More