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People recovering from the California wildfires are now scrambling to get ready for rain and potential mudslides
Rain is expected in the forecast this week, and with that the threat of flash floods, mudslides and/or debris flows in areas burned by the fires.
People who live in places with colder weather and fewer sunlight hours are more likely to drink more alcohol, researchers found.
In these places, living in temperatures below freezing is a common occurrence. Here are 10 of the chilliest places on Earth.
Thunderstorms, heavy wind, and rain threaten to deter voters from going to the polls on Election Day
The midterm elections kicked off Tuesday morning across the country, but bad weather is threatening to keep less-committed voters away from the polls.
Three-quarters of Venice, Italy was under water on Monday as a storm brought a historic flood to the city.
Rising temperatures and severe drought could hinder the production of barley, creating a global beer shortage and a 16% decline in worldwide beer consumption.
Hurricane Michael has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but it has already wreaked havoc along the Gulf Coast, killing at least two people and leaving hundreds of thousands without power.
It's easy to assume that the most dangerous part of flying is bad weather. But this isn't entirely the case. Here are six myths about flying that, once debunked, should help you feel better about flying in less-than-ideal weather.
We asked 11 climate scientists where they’d live in the US to avoid future natural disasters — here’s what they said
The scientists were careful to note that no city is safe from natural disaster, though a few are less vulnerable than most. Cities like Portland, Tulsa, and Minneapolis ranked among the preferred locations for avoiding climate change today and in the future.
As Hurricane Florence’s floodwaters recede, some North Carolina rivers could rise another foot, and the full moon isn’t helping
Hurricane Florence floodwaters may be receding, but it's causing rivers to rise in some areas of southeastern North Carolina. The Cape Fear River is expected to reach record levels on Monday — and may get even higher on Monday night, thanks to the full moon. Here's what you need to know.