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A showing the cold weather in the US Wednesday morning. The map shows "temperature anomaly" — how current temperatures differ from historical averages, measured in degrees Celsius.

The US is being hit by a frigid, early cold snap that has killed at least 6 people and could break 100 temperature records

The National Weather Service said the unseasonal cold air, which spread from Kansas to Minnesota to Kentucky to New York, has brought an early winter.

Rain rain come again – Singapore bids farewell to hottest September on record as thunderstorms are expected

Thunderstorms are forecasted over the next 2 months as the Republic exits its hottest month ever recorded.
Extreme cases of hot, cold, wet, and dry weather are becoming more intense as the climate changes.

36 photos show how extreme weather and natural disasters have gotten more intense over the years

Extreme weather is increasing in terms of intensity and frequency as the planet warms, and these photos show us just how extraordinary that is.
Colombia's Egan Bernal with Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme after the race was stopped because of bad weather conditions in the last 20 kilometers during the nineteenth stage of the 106th edition of the Tour de France cycling race between Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne and Tignes, in Tignes, on July 26, 2019.

Chaos strikes Tour de France after flash storm causes landslide that ruins road

Chaos hit the Tour de France on Friday after a landslide and extreme weather forced organizers to halt the race. Egan Bernal became the race leader.
The forecast temperature anomaly across Europe on July 25, 2019.

Europe is battling an unprecedented heat wave, which has set records in 3 countries and is linked to at least 4 deaths

Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands saw their highest recorded temperatures, while three swimmers have died in the UK and a child died in Austria.
A view from the top of the levee that protects the Ninth Ward from the Industrial Canal is pictured as Tropical Storm Barry approaches land in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Hurricane Barry could breach New Orleans’ river levees. Here’s how the levee system works and how much it can withstand.

Hurricane Barry could raise the Mississippi River 19 feet in New Orleans. The levee system might not be able to hold it. Here's how it works.

By 2050, Singapore and KL will have climates that have never been seen before, report warns

Over 20 per cent of the world's cities are expected to experience never-before-seen climate conditions in 2050, with the majority of these located in the tropics.
Tropical Storm Barry approaches Louisiana on Friday morning.

Unusually high water levels could cause life-threatening flooding in New Orleans from a tropical storm likely to become a hurricane

Tropical Storm Barry will likely test New Orleans' defenses and the Mississippi River's levees as the water already in the river is unusually high.
An Indian passenger passes plastic bottles for drinking water in train during a hot day at India's Allahabad Railway station on June 11, 2019.

India is battling intense heatwaves that have killed more than 100 people, and experts warn some areas could soon be too hot for humans to survive

Parts of India exceeded 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Farenheit) this summer while the state of the capital city had its hottest June on record.
The temperature anomaly across Europe on June 26, 2019.

‘Today is the hottest day in the history of France’: Europe’s hellish heat wave is caused by a high-pressure weather system unlike a...

France and Spain, among other nations, are experiencing a record-breaking heat wave this week. The cause is an abnormal high-pressure weather system.