Waves continue to crank on both the east and west coasts, as Hurricane Cristobal and now Tropical Storm Marie pump large swells to the shoreline.
Surfers are flocking to the shores in southern California and the Mid-Atlantic as large waves are breaking from hurricanes Marie and Cristobal.
Ten to 15 foot waves are possible along the southern California shoreline from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday.
Heavy rain has delayed the annual festival known as "Burning Man," leaving tens of thousands of people displaced in the Nevada desert.
Though Tropical Storm Cristobal is expected to remain off-shore here in the U.S., its impacts are far-reaching as it tracks north through the Atlantic.
63 trillion gallons of groundwater have evaporated from the western U.S. over the past 18 months, according to a new study, causing the ground to rise.
As if the situation around St. Louis wasn't tense enough, temperatures will rise to scorching levels for five days.
Torrential rains sweeping through the Phoenix area, especially on its north side, have caused extensive flooding in the region and required numerous swift water rescues.
Dry winters are taking their toll on the Great Salt Lake, which is just a couple feet away from reaching its record low level, set over 50 years ago.
The ice bucket challenge has consumed the equivalent of over half an inch of rain falling on the National Mall.