As heavy snow continues to fall across Europe, many countries struggle to deal with the harsh weather conditions
The biggest January storm to hit the Mideast in 30 years has led to havoc, as many countries in the usually arid region were unprepared for torrential downpours and snowfall. Jordan saw a foot of snow that snarled roads and …
It was a white Christmas in many parts of the U.S., and while the weather made the holidays pretty to look at it also caused plenty of holiday chaos. More than 10 inches of snow fell on parts of central and northern Arkansas, …
Any rational person would expect such ire to be greatly exacerbated during the system-wide shutdown in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. But the MTA has spun the natural disaster into a rare bout of good p.r.
The storm is already causing flooding along the country’s coastline.
The wind appears to be picking up, but as Sunday turns to Monday, New York City is still waiting for the rain to hit
Twisters—they’re not just for the Midwest anymore
Hurricane Isaac, while dissipating, is still wreaking havoc on the area surrounding New Orleans, causing major flooding in Mississippi, threatening a dam failure in low-lying areas, and causing one fatality so far.
Across the Midwest, record heat and drought have led to unprecedented dieoffs in U.S. waterways.
As temperatures soar from Minneapolis to New York City, TIME takes a look at how people are coping with the searing heat across the U.S.
Powerful storms hit the East Coast over the weekend downing trees and leaving thousands without power during a heat wave.
Aaron Justus knew the East Coast was looking at some lousy weather this weekend. We just didn’t heed his warning.