Like something out of an old N64 video game, a tornado made of fire popped up in a draught-ridden part of Brazil, caused by a combination of brush fires and heavy winds. Head over to The Weather Channel to watch the video, and …
Though only northern territories could see it, the “solar tsunami” had quite the dramatic effect on the skies last night.
Crank up the air conditioner — according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, last June was the hottest on record worldwide.
You can get out of the kiddie pool now – temperatures in the Northeast are calming down after a record heat wave. Don’t get too hopeful, though: it’s still really, really humid out there.
Live in the Northeast? Think twice before going outside today.
Category 2 Hurricane Alex crashed ashore early this morning, with initial reports of damange and deaths. And despite heading in the opposite direction of the primary oil spill region in the Gulf, the storm is causing plenty of …
The storm may be moving west of the oil spill in the Gulf, but the momentary panic revealed just how fragile a situation the ongoing recovery remains.
Out in the Caribbean Sea, forecasters are already watching a vast stretch of unstable weather – weather that now has a 40 percent chance of a coalescing into a tropical cyclone by Friday. (via NOAA)
With all the heat generated by the excitement of the World Cup games in South Africa, it’s easy to forget the sporting event’s wild card: cold weather
The storm, which unleashed a torrent of rains in Mexico and Central America, is the first named tropical storm of the season.
At one time, photographs told the story of freak storms and deadly weather. Now, it’s insant YouTube footage of what some Oklahoma City residents are calling “the most insane hail storm, or storm in general, I have ever seen!”
Several tornados touched down in Oklahoma today, with reports of five killed and dozens more injured.