Extreme Weather

No one at Maui's Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge has seen the pond this color before — not even volunteers who have been around it for 70 years.
Otis brought 165 mph winds and heavy rain to Acapulco and surrounding towns, stirring memories of a deadly 1997 storm.
Both storms were Category 1 hurricanes when they hit.
“This is a dangerous, life-threatening storm,” New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said.
As Ophelia weakened, a new tropical storm named Philippe brewed in the Atlantic.
The storm is expected to make landfall in North Carolina on Saturday.
Libya's general prosecutor said that prosecutors would investigate the collapse of the two dams, which were built in the 1970s, as well as the allocation of maintenance funds.
States of emergency were declared for Massachusetts and Maine, the nation's most heavily forested state.
The storm is projected to be more than 400 miles wide with tropical-storm-force winds when it reaches land creating worries of power outages in Maine
Teams have buried bodies in mass graves outside the city and in nearby towns, Eastern Libya’s health minister, Othman Abduljaleel, said.