Doyle Rice, Indianapolis Star

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  • USA TODAY
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  • Fond du Lac Reporter
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  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
  • ABC10
  • Statesman Journal
  • The Daily Advertiser
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  • MansfieldNewsJournal
  • Daily Tribune Media
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Recent articles by Doyle:

What may be 'worst ice storm in 10 years' begins in central U.S.

Up to an inch of ice could encase The worst conditions could be centered on portions of northwestern Texas, western Oklahoma and central Kansas, where there is the potential for about an inch of ice to encase the region followed by 30-mph winds, Accu → Read More

Snow is falling! Snow is falling! London in a tizzy

Light snow fell in London on Thursday evening, leading to travel chaos, canceled flights and lighthearted panic on social media. → Read More

20 inches of rain, 12 feet of snow finally end 5-year drought in N. California

Overall, less than 60% of the state is in a drought for the first time since early 2013. → Read More

Too much snow closes ski resorts in California, Nevada

Up to 10 feet of fresh powder didn't exactly bring delight to skiers and snowboarders. → Read More

The stormy history of Inauguration Day weather, including a president's death

"The worst weather on the face of the Earth," said one congressman about the heavy snow, frigid temperatures and howling winds that nearly buried the inauguration of William Howard Taft on March 4, 1909. → Read More

Explosion from colliding stars will be visible to naked eye on Earth

Get your calendar out: The event is expected to happen in about five years. → Read More

Bumblebee listed as endangered species for first time in U.S.

A bumblebee is now on the endangered species list for the first time in a "race against extinction," the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Tuesday. → Read More

Bumblebee listed as endangered species for first time

A bumblebee is now on the endangered species list for the first time in a "race against extinction," the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Tuesday. → Read More

No relief: Storms continue to slam West with snow, rain, wind

A fierce storm barreled into northern California and Nevada on Tuesday as residents prepared for up to 10 feet of snow and more flooding rains across the already-sodden states. → Read More

2016 was USA's second-warmest year on record

The nationwide average temperature last year was 54.9 degrees, which is almost 3 degrees above normal. → Read More

Obama says push toward clean energy is 'irreversible'

President Obama wrote an article on clean energy trends and climate change that was published Monday morning in the journal Science. → Read More

Snow is on the ground in 49 of 50 states

Only Florida is snow free, according to a national snow cover map produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. → Read More

Giant iceberg set to break off of Antarctica

A giant iceberg larger than Rhode Island is set to break off of Antarctica, British scientists announced Friday. If it occurs, it would be one of the biggest icebergs on record. → Read More

Winter storm to wreak havoc across South

A winter storm is spreading snow and ice across the South, threatening to disrupt the lives of tens of millions of people Friday and Saturday. → Read More

Winter storms take aim on West, South

A snowstorm is forecast to deliver a swath of snow on Friday and Saturday across the South, while another storm is poised to pound California with drenching rain and several feet of snow over the weekend. → Read More

10-15 feet of snow to bury California; wintry weather also targets South

A series of winter storms is forecast to continue slamming California with heavy snow and rain the next few days. → Read More

10-15 feet of snow to bury California; wintry weather also targets South

A series of winter storms is forecast to continue slamming California with heavy snow and rain the next few days. → Read More

'Buffer zone' has protected the U.S. from intense hurricanes

This protective barrier runs along both the East and Gulf Coasts and is marked by strong crosswinds and cooler water temperatures. → Read More

Mysterious fast radio bursts originate from distant dwarf galaxy

Astronomers have pinpointed the home galaxy of pulses of radio waves from outer space. → Read More

U.S. had more floods in 2016 than any year on record

19 separate floods hit the nation last year, the most in one single year since records began in 1980. → Read More