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Get the very latest weather forecast, including hour-by-hour views, the 10-day outlook, temperature, humidity, precipitation for your area.
Meteorologist Kait Parker takes a look at the three tropical areas of disturbance to keep our eye on in the Atlantic.
Residents of more than 400 homes in a prime eclipse-viewing location in Oregon were ordered to evacuate Friday because of a rapidly growing wildfire that had already closed access to a portion of a wilderness area and a regional highway.
<p>Don’t count on the moon to protect your eyes from frying during the Great American Eclipse.</p>
Residents in the Brazilian city of Teixeira de Freitas were left baffled after a mysterious cloud formed over the city on August 17. Joao Paulo Magalhaes shared this video to Instagram from a petrol station, showing the cloud column hover over the neighborhoood of Bairro Santa Rita as the sun set. The jaw-dropping cloud formation didn’t last long, however. Magalhaes said the cloud dissipated within five minutes. Credit: Joao Paulo Magalhaes via Storyful
<p>It's been 40 years since a total solar eclipse was visible in the continental United States.&nbsp;</p>
<p>It's amazing what centuries of data can do.</p>
<p>The biggest celestial event of 2017 will take place on Monday, Aug. 21, but you may miss it if you do not know precisely when to look.</p>
LOLO, Mont. — One of several wildfires burning in Montana destroyed two homes after jumping control lines as firefighters braved another day Friday of high temperatures, gusty winds and low humidity.The homes, southwest of the town of Lolo, were among 750 residences evacuated after the fire, started by lightning in July, blew up late Wednesday. Several outbuildings were burned late Thursday."We've...
A month-old wildfire flared up in western Montana, forcing the evacuation of hundreds more homes and devouring another large chunk of forest as the drought-stricken state struggles with one of its worst wildfire seasons in years.
Three tornadoes that touched down this summer had no tornado warnings issued before they formed. They each occurred during separate, unrelated events, with the strongest rated EF2.
<p>It's summer in the Northern Hemisphere and the week's weather photos include heat, wildfires and floods.</p>
The legacy of 1992’s Hurricane Andrew, the most recent Category 5 storm to make landfall in the United States, serves as a reminder of nature’s capability to destroy and forever change lives.
New England's fall foliage forecast is looking so fine it's enough to make a maple leaf blush.
As the sky does dark, robots will conduct atmospheric science. On Monday, hex drones will fly into the sky during the eclipse to measure the change in weather from the sudden darkness and the sudden cold. When the sun disappears behind the moon on Monday, scientists will be ready.
Storms, floods, drought, climate change – all of these have an effect on our natural wonders and often cause permanent destruction and change. Here are just a few examples of how the weather has changed the world and where we travel.
Earth yet again sizzled with unprecedented heat last month.The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday Earth sweated to its second hottest month since recordkeeping began in 1880. At 61.89 degrees (16.63 Celsius), last month was behind July 2016's all-time record by .09 degrees.But Earth's land temperatures in July were the hottest on record at 59.96 degrees (15.5 Celsius), passing July 2016's by one-seventh of a degree.Land measurements are important because that's where we live, said NOAA climate scientist Jake Crouch.Earlier this week, NASA...
10 Things to Remember While Watching the Total Solar Eclipse
Hurricane Gert is out at sea, but impacts are being felt on New England beaches. WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.
If you can't make it to the path of totality, no worries. You can still witness an incredible phenomenon during the partial phases. Be on the lookout for eclipse shadows.
Heavy winter snows in the Rocky Mountains have rescued the thirsty Western U.S. for another year.U.S. water managers said Tuesday there will be no water cutbacks in 2018 for millions of residents and farmers served by the Lake Mead reservoir on the Colorado River that lies behind the Hoover Dam."The projection...
<p>Overall, few travel problems are anticipated this weekend for those traveling in hopes to see the best view of Monday's total solar eclipse. However, there will be some trouble spots related to summer storms.</p>
Hurricane season officially begins on June 1, but usually doesn't peak in the Atlantic until Mid-August to the end of September. This is when conditions are perfect for hurricanes and depressions.
Soaring temperatures driven by climate change are whipping up ever-more intense storms inundating cities with flash floods but leaving the countryside and crucial agricultural land parched, an Australian study has found.&nbsp;
<p>While millions of Americans gather across the country to catch a glimpse of Monday's total solar eclipse, the astronauts aboard the International Space Station will view the event from a much different vantage point.</p>
Neither El Niño nor La Niña is expected through winter. The so-called neutral conditions still offers clues on what winter could bring.
<p>Cooler, more seasonable air will take hold of the northwestern United States into the fourth week of August, but milder conditions may await heading into September.</p>
<p>​As the U.S. awaits its first total solar eclipse in a century on Aug. 21, we look at some of the most amazing photos of solar and lunar eclipses through the years.</p>
<p>As the U.S. awaits its first total solar eclipse in a century, here are some vintage images of eclipse viewing.</p>
Mark your calendar: Aug. 21 is the Great American Eclipse. That’s when people in a 70-mile path from Oregon to South Carolina will have the eerie midday experience of seeing the sun blotted out by the moon.
Northeasterners, keep your mittens, boots and show shovel handy.The Farmer's Almanac that goes on sale this week predicts a snowy winter from Maryland to Maine with five coastal storms to bring winter misery to the region.
No other celestial event is as awe-inspiring as a solar or lunar eclipse. Lets take a look at a few of the most famous ones to take place.
Anyone who has been using online maps to decide where they intend to view the historic Aug. 21 total eclipse of the sun may want to take another look.&nbsp;


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