The dunes of the northwestern Sahara desert were streaked with ice on Tuesday, creating a surreal landscape
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Today's winter solstice will boast the year's fewest hours of daylight for the Northern Hemisphere. Here's why.
Tropical storm Theta cements the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season's status as a record-breaker. And there's still time to run up the score.
If anyone's trying to wake some dark spirits, tonight's the night. A "blue moon" and "beaver moon" will rise over All Hallow's Eve.
Zeta was a weakened tropical storm just yesterday. Now it threatens a huge swath of the United States.
Lenticular clouds look like saucers and form when wind meets mountains. This photo is one of the Royal Meteorological Society's favorites of the year.
Here are the winners of the Royal Meteorological Society's 2020 Weather Photo of the Year contest, sponsored by AccuWeather.
Delta will landfall just miles from the still-devastated Lousiana area where Laura hit in August, continuing a devastating hurricane season.
Roads are flooded again. Protective dunes destroyed. Louisiana is bracing for another impact. And the season still has much more than a month left to go.
An epic series of satellite images shows smokes from the California wildfires clashing with hurricanes in the Eastern United States and Gulf Coast.
Louisiana already has 23,000 climate refugees living in shelters following Hurricane Laura. Hurricane Sally will flood the region beginning today.
The strongest Gulf hurricane since Katrina barrelled ashore in southwestern Louisiana early this morning (Aug. 27). Floodwaters may not recede for days.
Tropical storm Laura is now a hurricane, and it's expected to grow even stronger as it whirls toward Louisiana and Texas.
There's no record of two hurricanes being in the Gulf of Mexico at the same time. Next week, that could change.
A lightning bolt that traveled 440 miles across the sky of southern Brazil in 2018 has been confirmed as the biggest in history.
Air quality could reach dangerous levels across a wide chunk of the continental U.S. and Caribbean this weekend as a rare, giant Saharan dust storm reaches the U.S.