Big, destructive hurricanes are hitting the U.S. three times more frequently than they did a century ago, according to a new study.
The fire was first reported Oct. 23 at 9:27 p.m. northeast of Geyersville on Kincade Road in Sonoma County. Firefighters expect to fully contain the blaze on Nov. 7.
More than 241,000 customers were without power in New York and a driver swept away by flood waters was found dead after a night of heavy rain and wind gusts of up to 70 mph.
Still, despite the evacuation orders and PG&E power outages that have affected more than 2 million people since Saturday, the devastation from this fire is a far cry from last year's Camp Fire, the most devastating fire in California history.
Conservationists fear hundreds of koalas have perished in wildfires that have razed prime habitat on Australia's east coast.
Tropical Storm Nestor formed in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday, threatening the northern Gulf Coast with rising seawater, high winds and heavy rains.
The wildfire first erupted around 9 p.m. Thursday in the Sylmar area of Los Angeles County as powerful Santa Ana winds swept across Southern California.
As Spain experienced another intensely dry summer, the drought conditions unearthed an ancient circle of stones dubbed the “Spanish Stonehenge.”
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a EF-0 tornado touched down in Springfield, New Jersey Wednesday afternoon.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down in Springfield, New Jersey on Wednesday afternoon. (Credit: @KaptMands via Twitter)
A new campaign launched by the New York City Office of Emergency Management aims to help residents "Know Your Zone," teaching people who live in evacuation areas what to do in case of a major storm.
Many areas of New Jersey haven't had a chance to clean up from Tuesday's storms before getting slammed again by severe weather.
Audrey Puente has an update about the severe weather passing through the tri-state area Wednesday evening.
After surveying storm damage in New York City, the National Weather Service confirmed that Thursday evening's storms brought a tornado to Queens. Members of the National Weather Service and New York City Emergency Management arrived in the College Point section of the borough at about 7 a.m. to examine the damage.