A very powerful cold front will blast through the eastern U.S. Friday into Saturday, sending temperatures 10 to 25 degrees cooler than normal over the weekend.
Researchers studying the fingerprint of human-caused climate change on extreme weather events have found that it played a role in half of the 2013 events that they looked at.
The eastern U.S. has shivered from the polar vortex, and the western U.S. has simmered from the solar vortex.
Torrential rain caused massive landslides in the Hiroshima Prefecture of Japan early Wednesday morning.
Islip logged 13.26 inches of rain from the event, the greatest amount of rain to fall within 24 hours in a single storm in New York weather records.
Sunny skies gave way to a hail storm in Siberia on Saturday, and snow fell in the Southern Urals.
The "Designing for Disaster" exhibit opens Sunday showcasing the actions communities are taking to lower their disaster risk - from better planning to better building.
The storm that unleashed torrents of rain from Pensacola to New York has cast light on a remarkable precipitation disparity between the eastern and western U.S.
An exceptionally strong cold front barreling towards the East Coast has established a track record of shifting the seasonal feel from summer to winter in a matter of hours.
The remarkable conclusion about a surge in outages may not surprise Washington, D.C.-area residents.