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Beach bummer? Tropical storm could drench Gulf Coast over Memorial Day
A damp and dreary Memorial Day weekend is forecast for folks along the Gulf Coast and in the Southeast, thanks to a slow-moving weather system. The National Hurricane Center said there's a 40% chance of the system becoming a named tropical or subtropical storm.
What it Looks Like When You Drive Into a Tornado
Lava flows into Hawaii power plant, sparking fears of deadly gas
<p>Emergency workers in Hawaii are racing to protect a geothermal power plant near the Kilauea Volcano.&nbsp;</p>
Round of isolated damaging storms to precede dry spell in eastern Ohio Valley, mid-Atlantic
<p>One more round of heavy, drenching thunderstorms will eye areas from the eastern Ohio Valley to the central Appalachians and mid-Atlantic through Tuesday evening before an extended stretch of dry and pleasantly warm weather returns.</p>
Dangerous lava haze in Hawaii: Here's what it looks like
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano is still groaning, and now it's spewing molten-hot acid, steam, and glass into the ocean. It's a deadly dangerous concoction called laze. Take a look.
Heatwave kills at least 65 in Pakistan
<p>Hotter than average temperatures have killed at least 65 people in just three days in Karachi, Pakistan.</p>
What is lava haze? A look at Hawaii's latest volcanic hazard
<p>Lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano is pouring into the sea and setting off a chemical reaction that creates giant clouds of acid and fine glass.</p>
Mid-Atlantic to face more downpours before needed drying late this week
<p>A needed break from the persistent rounds of showers and thunderstorms is finally on the horizon for the mid-Atlantic, but not before more downpours occur early this week.</p>
Southern Plains drought continues stress on crops, rangeland
Lack of rainfall and above-average temperatures are prolonging the drought conditions that have stressed crops and rangelands and placed new pressures on groundwater sources in the Southern Plains. New Mexico State Climatologist Dave Dubois said Monday that while some parts of the Texas Panhandle and southwestern Oklahoma have received plentiful precipitation in recent days, other areas of those states plus New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas have experienced only spotty precipitation since October.
Astrophotography at its best: Stunning images of skies
<p>Sean Parker is an award winning professional photographer, who has captured the universe so beautifully that you will be amazed.</p>
Sri Lanka storms, landslides kill 7, leave 1,000 displaced
Heavy rain and lightning strikes across Sri Lanka have left at least seven people and displaced more than 1,000. Disaster Management Center officials said Monday that lightning killed six people and a landslide killed another. Many parts of the country have been experiencing heavy rains since Sunday, prompting the government to issue landslide warnings for five districts. The meteorology department has also warned of thundershowers with strong winds.
Aerials show lava river in Hawaii
Lava from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii is causing an increase in brush fires. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports.
Photos: Kilauea eruption from space
Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano is seen in images taken from space.
April was Earth’s 400th warmer-than-normal month in a row
In every single month after February 1985, the average global temperature has been warmer than normal.
Why Alaska Plans to Fight Climate Change: It’s Impossible to Ignore
Many solidly Republican states have resisted aggressive climate policies, but Alaska is already seeing the dramatic effects of global warming.
Heightened wildfire danger to threaten hikers, tourists in SW US
<p>As tourist activity increases in the southwestern United States, so will the threat for wildfires into the upcoming weekend.</p>
The 27 best weather photos of the week
The 27 best photos from this week in weather.
Deadliest hurricanes in American history
<p>As the hurricane season in the U.S. starts on June 1, let’s take a look at some of the deadliest hurricanes that have struck the country in the past.</p>
Chief US hurricane forecaster: Education key to storm prep
The new U.S. National Hurricane Center director says the hurricane season beginning June 1 could be busy or not, but if there's just one hurricane on Earth and it hits Florida, then it's a busy season. That's why Ken Graham says they've got to prepare every year as if we'll get hit. Preparing the public to better understand forecasts is key: He says a big storm's track, size and intensity is more important than its category on the wind-speed scale.
Kilauea threatens Hawaii but is less deadly than other types of volcanoes
It's a so-called shield volcano, which is typically broader in shape and has lava that is relatively fluid.
Rare tornado leaves trail of destruction in western Germany
A rare tornado hit a populated area in western Germany, leaving a trail of destruction in the area west of Duesseldorf and injuring at least two people, officials said on Thursday.
Ozone-destroying emissions rising, scientists don't know why
Banned chemicals which can cause holes in the ozone layer are on the rise, according to a new report, and no one knows who the culprit is.
Photos: Severe storms batter Northeast
Severe storms batter Northeast
Rain to bring drought relief, flood risk to Southeast
Storms will bring the risk of flooding and travel disruptions to the Southeast.
Photos: Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano erupts
The famed volcano's eruption led to evacuations.