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Another round of soaking winter weather is on the horizon for the West Coast, with a series of storms expected to impact the region through midweek.
Flooding concerns are starting to ease in hard-hit places in in the Midwest, but experts warn that with plenty of snow still left to melt in northern states, the threat could persist for months. 
A severe category 3 cyclone blew into the key mining region of Pilbara in Western Australia Sunday, forcing evacuations and a halt to port operations, as the north of the country dealt with the effects of an even more powerful storm that hit the previous day. 
Authorities in South Dakota are searching for two men missing after a garbage truck went into a flooded river. Searchers returned Sunday to the James River about 15 miles near Mitchell. KELO-TV reports the men have been missing since Thursday. Sanborn County Sheriff Tom Fridley says authorities believe the truck went off state Highway 37 into the river. Authorities have not released the men's names. Recent flooding in the Midwest is blamed in three confirmed deaths.
<p>A cruise ship has docked in Molde harbor, western Norway, after a harrowing day stranded at sea.</p><p></p>
Cyclone Idai's death toll has risen above 750 in the three southern African countries hit 10 days ago by the storm, as workers restore electricity, water and try to prevent outbreak of cholera, authorities said Sunday. In Mozambique the number of dead has risen to 446 while there are 259 dead in Zimbabwe and at least 56 dead in Malawi for a three-nation total of 761.
A tornado touched down in Eaton, in Colorado’s Weld County, on Friday, March 22. The National Weather Service had issued a warning for Eaton and Lucerne until 6 45 pm. Local media said this was the first reported tornado of the year in the area, and that tornadoes were rare this early in the year. There were some reports of damage to a dairy farm east of Eaton. Credit: Brianna Hall via Storyful
The United Nations has elevated its emergency level to be on par with war-torn Yemen.
Light shows could be visible in Iowa, Colorado and Washington over the weekend.
The chill that descended upon the northeastern United States this past weekend will be reinforced early this week, but relief is on the horizon.
<p>The best winter weather photos from across the globe.</p>
<p>Showers and thunderstorms that may disrupt travel, dampen outdoor plans and become locally heavy and gusty will sweep through the southern United States early next week.</p>
Coloradans on the eastern Plains are preparing for more wet weather just about one week after getting slammed by a blizzard.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced Friday it failed to protect 2.3 million disaster survivors' sensitive personal information, potentially putting them at risk for identity theft and fraud. The Department of Homeland Security Office of the Inspector General found that the breach happened as the agency was transferring information to a contractor to secure temporary housing for those impacted by h...
With floods submerging expanses of the Midwest and government scientists warning that this spring could bring a historic flood season in the United States, it’s natural to ask why it is happening. What causes catastrophic flooding? And what is the role of climate change?&nbsp;
Midwest flooding that has overwhelmed levees and swamped wide swaths of Nebraska, Wisconsin and Iowa is creating a 'slow-moving natural disaster' that's cost $3 billion.
The best images from this week in weather.
Farmers in parts of Nebraska and Iowa had precious little time to move themselves from the floodwaters that rushed over their lands last week, so many left their livestock and last year's harvest behind.
European Union leaders are pushing back a decision on the bloc's efforts to end most emissions of greenhouse gases. Leaders meeting in Brussels agreed Friday to discuss the EU's long-term plans for tackling climate change at their next summit in June, ahead of a U.N. gathering in the fall.
This geostationary operational environmental satellite image (GOES) East image was captured on March 20, 2019, at 8 a.m. ET prior to the equinox. (Photo courtesy NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS)) One picture makes it easy to define an equinox: it's when the Earth is as different as night and day. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) captured the the glory of that fleeting moment...
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Two powerful cyclones are spinning toward Australia's sparsely populated north where around 2,000 people have been evacuated from the east coast of the Northern Territory ahead of strong winds, mountainous waves and flooding rain.
Pacific storms will sweep into the northwestern United States on occasion into next week, keeping temperatures from returning to record high levels.&nbsp;
A scientific report says the Great Lakes region is warming faster than the rest of the U.S., which likely will bring more flooding and other extreme weather events such as heat waves and drought. The warming climate also could mean less overall snowfall even as lake-effect snowstorms get bigger. The report by researchers from universities primarily from the Midwest says agriculture could be hit especially hard, with later spring planting and summer dry spells.
Massive Flooding Has Destroyed Midwest U.S. Farms. Here’s What You Should Know
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