Extreme Weather

It’s believed that the number of people injured is likely higher, the Iowa Department of Public Safety said Wednesday.
As the Houston area works to clean up and restore power after deadly storms, it will do so amid scorching temperatures that could pose health risks.
“2023 was an exceptionally hot year, and this trend will continue unless we reduce greenhouse gas emissions dramatically,” said one of the study's authors.
Amid Wednesday's storms, the National Weather Service continued issuing tornado warnings in North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Missouri and Kentucky.
Three people were hurt in Nebraska’s Lancaster County when a tornado hit an industrial building, causing it to collapse with 70 people inside.
Thousands of homes and businesses were without power as severe weather roared through several states, causing at least one death and spawning possible tornados.
A powerful snowstorm is creating "high to extreme avalanche danger" in the Sierra Nevada.
So far this year upward of 2 million livestock animals have died, according to official statistics.
The “atmospheric river” deluging the Golden State shows how far infrastructure has to go to catch up to a growing nation — and a changing climate.
Several states were under advisories as forecasters warned that wind chills dipping to minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit.