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Hurricane Season
August 10, 2022

Hurricane season runs from summer to fall, normally lasting from June 1st to November 30th each year. However, many climatologists

Thousands of stranded drivers cleared from snowbound Virginia highway
January 4, 2022

Rescue crews in Virginia on Tuesday finished freeing the last of the travelers stranded overnight on a snowed-in highway, ending

Night of devastating tornadoes likely kills more than 100 in Kentucky
December 13, 2021

By Cheney Orr MAYFIELD, Ky. (Reuters) – At least 100 people were feared dead in Kentucky after a swarm of

Deluge triggers flood watches in Hawaii as more rain expected in western islands
December 8, 2021

(Reuters) -Hawaii prepared for more rainfall on Tuesday after the Pacific island chain was beset with torrential downpours that caused

New York Independent System Operator Says Extreme Weather, Project Delays May Challenge NY Power Grid From 2021-2030
December 4, 2021

New York’s power grid could face challenges in the 2021-2030 period, including higher demand spurred by extreme weather and delays

Storm Drenches California With up to 10 Inches of Rain Leaving Behind Mudslides and Power Outages
October 25, 2021

A powerful storm drenched wildfire-scarred Northern California on Sunday, triggering mudslides and flooding, while heavy winds toppled utility poles and

Planes, Fire Crews Battle California Wildfire Near Reagan Ranch
October 16, 2021

California firefighters took advantage of a break in strong winds on Wednesday to get aircraft aloft and dump retardant on

Pipeline from California oil spill was moved 105 feet along sea floor
October 5, 2021

By Jessica Resnick-Ault and Nichola Groom LOS ANGELES, Calif. (Reuters) -A section of the oil pipeline that burst off the

California Governor Signs Multi-Billion Dollar Package to Tackle Climate Change
September 24, 2021

California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed a $15 billion package that will fund programs to tackle drought and climate change

U.S. flood insurance rates to rise for 77% of policyholders -study
September 22, 2021

By Ross Kerber (Reuters) – Changes to the main U.S. flood insurance program will raise rates for 77% of policyholders,

Nicholas deluges U.S. Gulf Coast with heavy rain, flooding
September 15, 2021

By Erwin Seba TEXAS CITY, Texas (Reuters) -Tropical Storm Nicholas moved slowly through the Gulf Coast on Tuesday, drenching Texas

I’m a Weather Girl | My Life
September 13, 2021

Tropical Storm Nicholas churned through the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday headed for an expected landfall along the Texas shoreline

I’m a Weather Girl | My Life
September 12, 2021

A weather system located near southeastern Mexico and the southern and central Gulf of Mexico has a 90% chance of

'Human toll was tremendous': Ida's death count rises while 600,000 still lack power
September 6, 2021

By Barbara Goldberg NEW YORK (Reuters) – Hurricane Ida’s death toll continued to rise on Sunday, with many in the

Surveillance Aircraft Dispatched off the Coast of Louisiana to Investigate Possible oil Spill
September 3, 2021

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Thursday it has dispatched a surveillance aircraft to an area in Louisiana hard