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Friday fury: Two blizzards blast Midwest, Southwest; 50 million face flood threat in East

Friday fury: Blizzards, floods bring weather havoc → Read More

Record-shattering heat wave scorches Australia as temperatures reach 120 degrees

A record-shattering heat wave continued to scorch Australia on Thursday as temperatures soared above 120 degrees in some spots. The extreme heat has spurred on health warnings, air quality alerts and fire bans across the nation. High temperatures are forecast to be in the 105- to 120-degree range into the weekend in many locations. Nighttime won't offer much relief, either, as temperatures will… → Read More

Christmas travel weather forecast: Stormy Friday, then mostly quiet except for Northwest

Christmas travel weather: Stormy Friday, then mainly quiet → Read More

Wet Christmas: 67 million at risk of seeing floods on busiest travel days

Pack your patience holiday travelers: 67 million could see floods → Read More

Hoping for a white Christmas? Dream on.

Hoping for a white Christmas? Dream on. → 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

Farout: Scientists discover most distant object in solar system

It's so far out, they're calling it "Farout." Astronomers have discovered the most distant object in the solar system. It's about 11 billion miles from the sun and has the rather dull official name of 2018 VG18, thus the more catchy nickname of Farout. That extreme distance places it about 8 billion miles beyond the orbit of Pluto. The object, which will likely be classified as a dwarf planet,… → Read More

Christmas travel weather forecast: Mostly wet, but not white, for travelers this week

Pack your patience holiday travelers: Rainy forecast this week → Read More

El Niños to strengthen because of global warming, will cause 'more extreme weather', study says

More extreme weather likely as El Niños strengthen, study says → Read More

Fentanyl now America's deadliest drug, federal health officials say

It's the first time that the synthetic opioid has been the nation's deadliest drug. → Read More

Arctic's 'unparalleled' warmth brings region into 'uncharted territory'

Earth's "air conditioner" is going haywire. Due to climate change, temperatures in the Arctic are among the warmest on record, and the amount of sea ice there is close to its all-time lowest level, federal scientists announced in a report Tuesday. In fact, Arctic air temperatures over the past five years (2014-18) have exceeded all previous records since 1900, and the area is warming at two… → Read More

Emissions of carbon dioxide into Earth's atmosphere reach all-time record high

Carbon dioxide – the greenhouse gas most responsible for global warming – has reached an all-time high in 2018, scientists announced Wednesday. → 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

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

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

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 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

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

Did 'downgraded' Florence contribute to a false sense of security?

The 1 to 5 Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale, which only measures wind speed, may not the best way to gauge a storm's ferocity, experts say. → Read More

Florence power outages near 1 million, could hit 3 million as storm unleashes fury

The number of outages is expected to keep growing as Florence slowly moves its way west and north. → Read More