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Mega-Drought Is Expected to Hit the West After an Already Dry Year

Mega-Drought Is Expected to Hit the West After an Already Dry Year

Global warming, now verified by scientists to be real and not a myth, has the risk of bringing decades of long “mega-droughts” that will hit the west in the coming years, after an already very dry year for western United States. A new forecast published by the new journal Science Advances, predicts that a mega-drought […]

Weather to Plow Northeast and Midwest

Weather to Plow Northeast and Midwest

More winter weather is on its way. Supposedly, the storm will hit areas of the Midwest and Northeast. The storm is already dishing out large amounts of snow. This weather could affect the country because airlines are already canceling flights. This goes to show that the snow plow weather will affect the Midwest and again […]

New Hampshire Town Without Snow Plows After Fire

New Hampshire Town Without Snow Plows After Fire

In the New Hampshire town of Henniker, expecting up to a foot of snow on Monday, a fire that destroyed all of the town’s snow plows might mean that the small town will be without snow plows when the storm hits. The fire began on Friday night at the Henniker Highway Department after the fleet […]

‘Juno’ Was a Big Letdown

‘Juno’ Was a Big Letdown

The storm was supposed to be the storm of the century; but it did not punch as hard as the weathermen said it would in some areas. The National Weather Service even had time to name the storm and they chose ‘Juno.’ People were rather disappointed when the roads were clear in New York City […]

Snowstorm Causes Cancellation of 6,500 Flights

Snowstorm Causes Cancellation of 6,500 Flights

The snowstorm bearing down on the Northeastern part of the country has now caused the cancellation of more than 6,500 flights in and out of the region from Boston to New York. Massive efforts are underway to keep up with the storm and make sure that people are safe and off of the streets. Public […]

Tornado Hits Mississippi

Tornado Hits Mississippi

Reports have come in that a tornado has hit the town of Columbia, Mississippi. Reports coming in state that Highway 98 has been closed in Columbia after a reported tornado downed power lines in the area. The public are being warned not to travel in this area at this time. Other reports say that homes have […]

California Still in Drought Despite Powerful Storm and Mudslides

California Still in Drought Despite Powerful Storm and Mudslides

California residents have been told their state is still in drought despite the powerful storm that on Thursday caused thousands of power outages, and on Friday, mudslides. The “pineapple express” storm, said to be the worst California has seen in years, moved through much of the state yesterday, dumping enough rain to add a projected […]

California Gives Thanks for Rain and Snow

California Gives Thanks for Rain and Snow

California got something this weekend many will give thanks for: rain and snow. As the state was entering the fourth year of a crippling drought, the first of two storm systems moved down the coast on Sunday dropping rain and snow throughout most of the state. Sunday’s storm brought rain, fog and wind to a […]

New York: Buffalo Ravaged by Thundersnow [Video]

New York: Buffalo Ravaged by Thundersnow [Video]

Buffalo, New York continues to dig itself out of record-breaking snowfall that has ravaged the metropolitan hub and its surrounding areas for the last week via a weather phenomenon known as “thundersnow.” Meanwhile, a second band of lake-effect snow has descended upon cities and towns in the Western New York (WNY) region already paralyzed by […]

Winter Forecast Expects Mild Temperatures

Winter Forecast Expects Mild Temperatures

Looking back at last year’s winter might make people living in the U.S. cringe. It was one of the coldest winters on record. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says the winter forecast for 2014-2015 is looking wet with temperatures mild compared to last year. Most of the country can expect above average temperatures […]

Hawaii Between the Storms

Hawaii Between the Storms

Hurricane Iselle was the first hurricane in more than 20 years to make landfall in Hawaii, and now Hawaiians are finding themselves between storms as hurricane Julio approaches. Julio, expected to hit sometime Sunday, is not expected to do much damage. Of course, that could change. Though it is rare for a tropical weather system to make landfall […]

Tropical Cyclones Approaching Hawaii

Tropical Cyclones Approaching Hawaii

Tropical Cyclones are approaching Hawaii, and a Hurricane warning has already been issued for The Big Island, mainly Hilo, Hawaii. Eastern and western coasts of the Hawaiian Islands are reported as being affected by both Hurricane Iselle and Hurricane Julio. Even the remnants of tropical depression Genevieve have strengthened to hurricane status and may even […]

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