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Federal forecasters say this winter will likely be warmer and drier than normal down south, and colder and wetter up nort
<p>Following a surge of unusual warmth in the northeastern U.S., a round of soaking rain will arrive during late week and a blast of chilly air will follow.</p><p></p&g
Meteorologist Danielle Banks looks at the severe weather threat for the Midwest on Thursda
<p>Super Typhoon Haima weakened and blew out to sea Thursday after smashing the northern Philippines with ferocious wind and rain overnight. Flooding, landslides and power outages were evident, but large casualties appeared to have been averted after nearly 100,000 people fled to safer ground.</p><p></p&g
<p>Santa Ana winds gusted out of the mountains of Southern California on Wednesday, driving up temperatures and fanning several small brush fires that erupted in the drought-stricken region.</p&g
The Northeast could see a mix of snow, wind and rain this weeken
A hypothetical giant world beyond Neptune, which could be located in the next few years, orbits at a 30-degree angle to other planets, astronomers sa
Scientists have found 500 seabed vents bubbling methane into the Pacific Ocean off the United States, roughly doubling the number of known U.S. seeps of the powerful greenhouse gas, a study showed on Wednesda
It has been feeling more like summer than fall across parts of the U.S. as high temperatures soared to 10 to 20 degrees above average.Tuesday's 84-degree high at Maryland's BWI-Marshall Airport broke a 71-year-old mark for the day. Decades-old records also fell in Wilmington, Delaware, and Trenton, New Jersey. Atlanta tied a record of 86 degrees Tuesday.The summerlike warmth was continuing Wednesday.
On Tuesday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its global temperature data for September.&nbs
While the autumn season may be best known for brilliant views of changing foliage and a heavy dose of pumpkin, there are many weather threats that should.
With measurable snowfall already dusting parts of the Rocky Mountains and Northwest, the 2016 wildfire season has wrapped up in much of the West, despite some flames still flaring in Southern California and Colorad
Topic driven playlist brightcove.createExperiences(); A system in the western Atlantic may become the next tropical storm of the 2016 Atlantic.
Parts of the Northeast have been looking more like summer than fall this week, but that's all about to chang
The streak is over for now, but climate scientists caution that record high temperatures have become the new norma
Bright Orionid meteors are set to light up the sky Thursday night, as Earth passes through the debris trail of Halley's Comet, but will the Moon spoil the view?&nbs
Southern California witnessed the first real rain event of Fall on Monday; however, weather will be changing drastically this week as high pressure builds to the west and hot gusty hot Santa Ana winds take ove
Meteorologist Kait Parker explains why Florida is underwater and there's no rain causing i
Record-breaking heat is expected to continue to surge across the U.S. on Tuesday, meteorologists sai
Oct 18, 2016; 1:00 PM ET Ian Glendinning captured this rare sighting of a moonbow and lightning near his house in Northumberland on September 1
Here's the list of the 2016 winter storm name
An autumn snowstorm dusted higher elevations in California's Sierra Nevada with several inches of fresh powde
The jubilation and relief that flowed from United Nations climate talks in Rwanda over the weekend may be short-lived in the U.S., where legal experts say the agreement risks being blocked by Republican senators.&nbs
Strong winds, which will develop later this week across Southern California, will elevate the threat of dangerous wildfires across the region. Following.
Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari takes a look at a big temperature swing coming up for much of the countr
Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari takes a look at the Santa Ana winds setup for places in Californi
A wind-driven, 3,400-acre wildfire raging in western Nevada has destroyed 22 properties and is still threatening about 500 other
On Saturday, the world took one of those steps — and it was a really important one. In fact, this was one of the single biggest steps ever taken to address global warmin
Images from the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in Hait
Nevada’s governor declared a state of emergency Friday after flames driven by high winds raced through the community of Washoe Valley northeast of Lake Tahoe, destroying at least 19 homes and more than a dozen other buildings, officials sai
From hurricanes to seasonal change, this was the week in weathe
This week, Outside Magazine published an obituary of the Great Barrier Reef and it quickly went viral. "The Great Barrier Reef of Australia passed away in 2016 after a long illness," the obituary began. "It was 25 million years old.".
Elmer McDonald rolled up his blue jeans and sloshed into the ankle-deep floodwater on his street.&nbs
There are so many countries whose water consumption will reach a crisis point soon. Here's a look at few of the
Topic driven playlist brightcove.createExperiences(); Dramatic changes in the weather will occur across the eastern U.S. through the end.
Oct 14, 2016; 8:00 AM ET Hurricane Nicole, the first category 4 hurricane to hit Bermuda in the National Hurricane Center's historic record, slammed the island on October 13, uprooting trees and with sustained winds of 130 mp
From Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" to "The 11th Hour," we take a look at some of the thought-provoking films on climate chang
<p>Twenty-three million years ago, the Antarctic Ice Sheet began to shrink, going from an expanse larger than today’s to one about half its modern size. Computer models suggested a spike in carbon dioxide levels as the cause, but the evidence was elusive — until now. Ancient fossilized leaves retrieved from a lake bed in New Zealand now show for the first time that carbon dioxide levels increased dramatically over a relatively short period of time as the ice sheet began to deteriorate.</p&g
Expect to pay more to heat your home this winter than you spent last yea
From sailing stones to pink lakes, we take a look at some of the most unusual phenomena that happen in specific locations onl
Researchers have found evidence that a comet or space rock smashed into Earth 56 million years ago, perhaps setting off a massive warming that began around that time.It's a suggestion that is causing much debate among scientists, many of whom question the link. Researchers study the mysterious ancient warming to better understand current man-made climate change and Earth's future.About 56 million years ago Earth warmed by about 9 to 14 degrees (5 to 8 degrees Celsius) and then returned to normal,.
<p>From the Amazon, to Mumbai, to Napa Valley, here are 10 places to add to your itinerary before they change irrevocably.</p&g
What remains of Hurricane Matthew is now a tropical depression moving out into the Atlantic Ocean. Matthew moved slowly northward from Haiti and Cuba to Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, at peak, reaching sustained winds of 160 mph. One week after the powerful storm first made landfall in southwestern Haiti, some communities still have not received any assistance, as authorities there reported at least 900 deaths due to the hurricane. Another 33 people in the United States lost their lives as Matthew crashed ashore. Haiti now faces a humanitarian crisis with hundreds of thousands of residents in need of aid, housing, and medical attention, as a growing cholera outbreak threatens to make the situation even wors
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India was the motherland of our race, and Sanskrit the mother of Europe's languages: she was the mother of our philosophy; mother, through the Arabs, of much of our mathematics; mother, through the Buddha, of the ideals embodied in Christianity; mother, through the village community, of self-government and democracy. Mother India is in many ways the mother of us all. Nothing should more deeply shame the modern student than the recency and inadequacy of his acquaintance with India....This is the India that patient scholarship is now opening up like a new intellectual continent to that Western mind which only yesterday thought civilization an exclusive Western thing.
- Will Durant (American philosopher)