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Wildfire Destroys 40 Homes Between Two Northern California Towns

Wildfire Destroys 40 Homes Between Two Northern California Towns

Large 50 to 75 mph wind gusts helped destroy 40 homes near the Eastern base of the Sierra Nevada in Northern California, officials reported Saturday afternoon. The fire forced the evacuation of over 150 people between two small California towns on Friday. The wildfire that destroyed 40 homes between the two Northern California towns is […]

Indonesia Declares Three-Month Emergency After Deadly Mudslide

Indonesia Declares Three-Month Emergency After Deadly Mudslide

Indonesia’s Central Java governor Ganjar Prawano has declared a three-month state of emergency after deadly mudslides swept through the Karangkobar, Banjarnegara district. The landslide has killed at least 18 people, and has buried dozens more. Govenor Prawano’s declaration means that the military police, and Indonesia’s National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) will work together with the local […]

California ‘Pineapple Express’ Storm Causes Widespread Blackouts

California ‘Pineapple Express’ Storm Causes Widespread Blackouts

In California, the Pineapple Express storm hit the Pacific coast hard, causing widespread blackouts, especially in the San Francisco Bay Area, according to a Breaking News report by KSBY. Besides the blackouts, the storm has also uprooted trees, flooded highways and has resulted in thousands of people staying at home rather than risk going to […]

Climate Change Study Inconclusive and Vague: Many Scientists Disagree

Climate Change Study Inconclusive and Vague: Many Scientists Disagree

A new study of how “climate change” – or “weather,” as normal people call it – has contributed to extreme weather patterns and weather-related events around the world is, as usual, somewhat vague and inconclusive. When discussing the possibility that human activity is causing abnormal climate change, it is always necessary to point out that […]

Storm at Lake Mead: Two Men Barely Escape Death

Storm at Lake Mead: Two Men Barely Escape Death

On July 8th, at 3:45 p.m. a sudden storm at Lake Mead featuring 70 mile per hour winds created five foot waves and swells that reached eight feet, amid almost a dozen emergency rescues, two men barely escaped death. National Park Service Rangers and other emergency crews responded to 70 distress calls and as a […]

California Drought Raises the Need for Better Safety Plans

California Drought Raises the Need for Better Safety Plans

Amidst rising concerns in California regarding the need to develop better safety plans in order to protect homes and businesses from wildfires, California now faces the worst drought in recorded history. Governor Jerry Brown announced a drought emergency in May, which continues to threaten residents with a strong wildfire season. The southern state has seen the lowest […]

El Nino to Have Global Impact

El Nino to Have Global Impact

After the Southeastern United States has endured the Polar Vortex and now a punishing tornado season, more may be in store for the entire nation. Forecasters are predicting an intense El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) for 2014. Already, farmers in New Zealand are warned to prepare for colder temperatures and higher-than-average rainfall and Australia is expecting […]

Weather Control Made Possible by Using Dressed Laser Beams

Weather Control Made Possible by Using Dressed Laser Beams

Weather control may soon be in our power, as scientists have discovered a method of using high intensity dressed laser beams to cause clouds to pour down rain and lightning on the land below. It’s basically a high-tech way to seed clouds, but via dual high intensity laser beams, and it could potentially be used […]

Asian Air Pollution Could Be Responsible for Drastic Weather Changes

Asian Air Pollution Could Be Responsible for Drastic Weather Changes

In the first study of its kind, researchers have found out that the Asian air pollution could be responsible for the drastic weather changes that affected not only the United States, but the entire world. As the research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Monday shows, there is an undeniable link […]

Winter Storms Bring Winter Blues

Winter Storms Bring Winter Blues

The winter storms of 2014 have been rough, and the storms have brought on the winter blues for many people. The weather has affected everyone across the country. Droughts, flooding, and record breaking  winter storms are occurring in almost every corner of the US. January brought wildfires to California, while the east coast dealt with […]

California Cities Evacuated as Big Storms Approach

California Cities Evacuated as Big Storms Approach

On Thursday, mandatory orders forced the California cities of Glendora and Azusa to evacuate about 1,000 homes as big storms approach and mudslides are expected in areas impacted by the Colby fire, which burned 1,900 acres in January. Los Angeles’ foothill suburbs that sit beneath about 2,000 acres of abrupt mountain could be affected by […]

Flight Delays In Arlington, VA, as Winter Storm Watch Continues

Flight Delays In Arlington, VA, as Winter Storm Watch Continues

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reports 1 hour flight delays at Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, VA, as winter storm watch continues into the late evening for Northern Virginia. The storm will remain in effect until 11pm EST this evening, while a wind chill warning will remain until noon EST Wednesday. In the early evening […]

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