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The sky turned purple in Japan.

The sky turned a deep purple before Typhoon Hagibis hit the coast of Japan

Before evacuating their homes, the residents took pictures of the dazzling sky and posted them to social media.
A Hot Shot crew cuts a line among homes at the Thomas Fire on December 16, 2017 in Montecito, California.

The Saddleridge fire in Los Angeles has been stoked by the distinctly devilish Santa Ana winds — here’s why they’re so powerful

The Santa Ana winds don't start out hot. But as they travel down mountains, they gather strength and heat, arriving on the coast ready to fuel flames.

19 of the biggest hailstorms that ravaged the US over the years

Major hailstorms can wreak havoc on communities — and often cause billions of dollars of destruction.
An unseasonably warm beach day at Rockaway Beach on October 2, 2019 in New York City.

It’s only the third day of October and dozens of high temperature records have already been broken

The first few days of October have been toasty — multiple cities across the US have felt record heat this week.
People watching the water levels of the Ganges and Yamuna rivers rise due to monsoon rains in Allahabad on September 13, 2019.

16 photos that show the raw intensity of India’s heaviest monsoon in 25 years that’s killed over 1,600 people so far

India's monsoon season has caused massive flooding, killing 100 people already. India has experienced increasingly volatile weather across the board.

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.
Jacksonville, Florida, broke its record for latest day in the year to reach 97 degrees Fahrenheit on Sept. 26, 2019. The previous record was set Sept. 21, 1990.

The warmest fall temps ever recorded in every state

The September already feels like a scorcher. Here are the warmest fall months every state has seen since recording began in 1895.

Montana is digging out of a September snowstorm that dropped up to 4 feet of snow

Montana was smothered by up to four feet of snow this weekend, exceeding expectations of around 15 to 36 inches.
A man stands near floodwaters at a construction site during tropical storm Karen in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, September 24, 2019, in this picture obtained from social media.

Tropical Storm Karen is expected to loop-de-loop back towards the Bahamas after soaking Puerto Rico

Tropical Storm Karen may loop around in the Atlantic, heading back towards the Bahamas, after hitting Puerto Rico with serious rain on Tuesday.
A monk seal swims over coral reefs in Hawaii.

A heat wave in the Pacific Ocean that looks like ‘The Blob’ could kill Hawaii’s coral reefs

In 2014 and 2015, a giant mass of marine heat threatened the marine life off the coast of Hawaii and California. It looks like the heat is back.