A fastmoving wildfire in the Texas Panhandle grew into the second-largest blaze in state history Wednesday, leading to evacuations and power outages as firefighters struggle to control the burn.
It's been a big snow year in Anchorage, Alaska. The city reached 100 inches of snow earlier than ever before and sent notices to thousands of people warning of potential roof collapses.
Wild temperature swings are driving cases of trench foot and frostbite among homeless people — especially in the Midwest. As COVID surges, some people spurn shelters through extremes of cold and wet.
Mexico City is grappling with a water shortage — exacerbated by poor infrastructure and climate change. And if the rain doesn't come in the next few months, the situation could become critical.
It's been a big snow year in Alaska. Anchorage reached 100 inches of snow earlier than ever before, and sent notices to thousands of people warning of potential roof collapses.
Maine's waterfront infrastructure suffered massive damage in recent storms. Now business owners are rushing to rebuild despite increasingly unpredictable weather.
A mild and dry El Nino winter in parts of the West is stirring anxieties about the looming wildfire season, just as federal agencies are struggling to fill firefighting jobs.
A mild and dry El Nino winter in parts of the West is stirring anxieties about wildfire season, just as federal agencies are struggling to fill firefighting jobs.
A couple of planes got a big push from a jet stream with winds clocking 265 mph at cruising altitude this weekend, the National Weather Service said.
Researchers at the University of Florida found that nature-based "living shoreline" projects significantly reduced wave energy and were largely undamaged during Hurricane Idalia last year.