A meteorologist explains the science behind the historic weather event hitting the Midwest and Plains right now.
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A major snowstorm has begun its trek across the United States. Here's why it's going to impact so many people.
Global weather forecasts are getting a big technology upgrade, thanks to a new project from IBM and The Weather Company.
Deadly waters are churning up and down the West Coast of the U.S. today, caused by a storm system originating close to Alaska.
If you're in Greenland and a strange cloud darkens the sky, that cloud might be made up of something scientists call "glacier flour."
The storm struck the Gulf coast of Florida this afternoon as the third most intense hurricane ever to strike the continental U.S., and the most intense since 1969.
Hurricane Florence, the vast storm meteorologists and astronauts alike have been tracking, made landfall this morning (Sept. 14) near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.
The storm's winds are no longer as strong as they once were, but the rainfall is already approaching 'catastrophic.'
The brunt of Hurricane Florence slammed North Carolina this morning with winds raging an astonishing 90 mph (150 km/h), according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami.
Hurricane Florence is packing the potential for some dangerous flooding, and a new Weather Channel video highlights why it's important to avoid.
An alert released yesterday (Sept. 10) warns of a moderate geomagnetic storm that will lash the planet tonight. It shouldn't be dangerous, but might bring auroras.
Old stones bearing ominous messages about dry years have resurfaced from within a river in Central Europe, according to an Associated Press report.
Hurricane Lane is nearing Hawaii from the southeast, and the first tendrils of the storm have already reached the Big Island.
Government weather satellites are watching closely as a massive storm called Hurricane Lane threatens Hawaii.
A very big storm is coming for Hawaii, an island state that's largely avoided encounters with major cyclones in recent memory.
The strange radio bursts usually circle the Earth like electromagnetic ghosts, but scientists have now created and studied their shapes in a plasma chamber on Earth.