You may never look at tea strainers or dental floss in the same way again.
It looks like a ghostly medieval tower — like something out of "Game of Thrones" — looming over the crystal-blue Caribbean waters of the Bahamas.
"Bomb cyclones" or "weather bombs" are wicked winter storms that can rival the strength of hurricanes and are so called because of the process that creates them: bombogenesis.
It may not be much – just 0.1 inches (0.25 centimeters) – but it's the first measurable snowfall Tallahassee, Florida, has seen in 28 years.
Stuck indoors while the Polar Vortex sends temperatures plummeting? Try these science experiments that are perfect for the frigid weather.
A new book chronicles flatulence behaviors from snakes to elephants, answering the basic question, "Does it Fart?"
California could see more wildfire events like this, even during the rainy season. That's because rising temperatures mean drier autumns.
Hurricane Ophelia, the 10th hurricane of the blockbuster 2017 hurricane season, is on an unusual course toward Ireland and the U.K.
After a series of monster hurricanes made September the most active month on record for the Atlantic, the basin has quieted down, though likely not for long.
The Caribbean is still reeling after Hurricane Irma, and now the region is being pummeled by Hurricane Maria. How will this part of the world recover?