A powerful derecho storm that swept through the Midwest on Monday has left thousands of acres of crops completely devastated, and officials say more than half a million people could be without power for quite a while.
257,000 customers were without power, surpassing Hurricane Irene in August 2011
Update(9:05ET): Tropical Storm Hanna was upgraded to a hurricane on Saturday morning, making it the first hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season.
Hurricane Douglas is forecast to sweep through Hawaii as a tropical storm or hurricane this weekend, where it could produce flash flooding, strong winds and pounding surf.
...savaged East Coast. Dramatic photos captured the moment purple lightning bolts struck the tip of One World Trade Center - while smaller bolts scattered across the sky.
heatstroke sweeping the country
A GLOBAL MAGNETIC ANOMALY: On June 23rd, Earth's quiet magnetic field was unexpectedly disturbed by a wave of magnetism that rippled around much of the globe.
Arctic on fire: Satellite images reveal raging wildfires just 30 miles from the Arctic Ocean in Siberia after unprecedented heatwave saw locals sunbathing in a blistering 100F
A massive plume of dust from the Sahara desert in northern Africa has been traversing the atmosphere, thousands of feet above the tropical Atlantic Ocean, and is now cloaking the Caribbean and closing in on the southeastern United States.
A massive dust storm from the Sahara desert in Northern Africa traversed above the tropical Atlantic Ocean and is causing havoc in the Caribbean region, is expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico and Southern US later this week, reported The Weather
Skywatchers along a narrow band from west Africa to the Arabian Peninsula, India and the Far East witnessed a dramatic "ring of fire" solar eclipse Sunday.
The southeastern U.S. is getting dusted by the Sahara.
Tropical Storm Cristobal could impact the U.S. as early as this weekend. The storm made landfall on the coast of Mexico Wednesday morning and is expected to then track toward the U.S. Gulf Coast, bringing tropical moisture with it.
"CO2 is innocent; it has no climate effect; the simultaneous rise in temperature and CO2 is pure accident. The Sun was by far the main driver of global temperature for the last 10,000 years." – Dr Roger Higgs, geologist and sedimentologist
The sun has entered an unusually quiet period, with the number of sunspots appearing on the surface unusually low.
Historic flooding brought on by days of heavy rain in central Michigan caused two dams to fail and forced thousands to evacuate their homes as floodwaters rose.
The Sun is entering a period of "solar minimum" that could cause temperatures to plummet by up to 2C over 20 years and trigger a global famine, according to experts.
What happened to global warming?
Not the weather front they were expecting! Hilarious snaps reveal forecasters standing in front of rather rude meteorological maps