Extreme Weather News
Massive Ocean Garbage Collector to Be Tested in North Sea
A Dutch foundation aimed at removing plastic pollution from the world’s oceans launched a prototype of a new clean-up system yesterday in the North Sea. The prototype is a 100-meter long barrier system, "which acts as an artificial coastline, passively catching and concentrating ocean debris," The
Lightning Strikes Kill 17-Year-Old in Northern Arizona
A 17-year-old boy killed by lightning on Arizona's highest peak was hiking in an area that experienced over 100 strikes within a one-hour period and is known for its extreme weather, authorities say
Deadly Weather Moves in While Millions Are Traveling
There has been record rain across Texas and the Plains, leaving several people dead or missing.
The Race for the White House Heats Up in California
Donald Trump's rally in San Diego drew both cheering crowds and violent protests.
Bernie Sanders Rails Against Income Inequality in Rural America
The presidential candidate spoke in Huntington, W.Va., on the evening of five Northeast primaries.
Blinding Storms Dump Floodwater on Texas
Flash floods are hitting Dallas while a lighting strike may have started an oil tank fire.
Record Low Temperatures From Baltimore to New Hampshire
Also, fierce winds and raging wildfires in Oklahoma, man in a road grader caught up in fire barely escapes.
How Global Warming Could Ruin Your Dinner
In addition to ocean levels and weather patterns, climate change may significantly affect the food we eat. Food poisoning could increase and the nutritional value of crops may drop, according to a report called "The Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health in the United States: A Scientific
Tornadoes Threaten Mississippi and Arkansas
At least seven people were injured when multiple storms touched down in Oklahoma.