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At least 2 people have died in massive floods swallowing eastern Nebraska. Photos show what the damage looks like on the ground.
Flooding originated from the rivers in the eastern part of the state caused evacuations as crews work to rescue residents from the waters.
The polar vortex engulfing the US has left 21 people dead. Here’s why events like this might be getting more common.
A record cold snap in the US has left 21 dead. Here's what makes these polar-vortex events so dangerous and why we may see more of them in the future.
It’s gotten so cold in Chicago that workers are setting the train tracks on fire to keep them from fracturing
Metal contracts in the cold, which can cause the train tracks to unbolt or break. Heating them up allows the steel to expand so it can be repaired.
Last year was Singapore’s eighth-warmest year – and December had the hottest day in the nation’s history
Singapore's 10 warmest years all occurred within the past 25 years, with past decade being the warmest on record, the Meteorological Service said.
An extreme heat wave in Australia is producing catastrophic fire conditions in the region.
California wildfires just demolished an entire town and forced the Kardashians to evacuate. Here’s why fire season is getting longer and stronge...
As wildfires rage in northern and southern California, a Weather Channel simulation shows why hotter global temperatures are indisputably to blame.
A freak hailstorm covered Rome in ice, leaving drivers trapped in their cars and floodwater running down escalators
Cars were stranded and rivers of meltwater ran down the escalators in underground Metro stations in Rome after a hailstorm hit the city.
A ‘bomb cyclone’ and ‘polar vortex’ are headed for the East Coast — here’s what those weather terms actually mean
"Bomb cyclone" is a real term — as is "bombogenesis." But those names make the phenomena sound more intense than the winter storms they describe really are.
The Coast Guard chief describes how the US remains unprepared to deal with the effects of climate change
The US military, despite Trump's directives otherwise, has continued to prepare for the effects of climate change, but the US public still has work to do.
The Organisation of Vine and Wine has blamed "extreme weather" for this year's slump in production.