An EF-4 tornado touched down about 70 miles west of Chicago Thursday. Two people were killed, 20 others injured, and entire neighborhoods were leveled.
Lawns, heat, and a lack of restrictions have led some California cities to guzzle water, while others merely sip.
“It’s just going straight out.”
The low visibility disrupted travel by road and air Thursday.
Not an April Fools’ joke.
A tornado killed at least one person Wednesday in Sand Springs, near Tulsa. Another tornado touched down in Moore, near Oklahoma City, before 7 p.m.
Good thing it’s all in Seattle.
Category 5 cyclone, the strongest to hit the region in years, killed eight so far, but fatalities expected to rise . Aid workers on the ground reported catastrophic damage.
Some observers claimed Capracotta, a small mountain town in Italy, recorded 100.7 inches, or 256 centimeters, of snow in one day. Officially, weather observers recorded far less, though the snowdrifts remained impressive.
Thunderbolts and lightning very very frightening.
The storm could arrive as soon as late Wednesday and will pummel the mid-Atlantic region. It had already dropped rain and snow on the South and Midwest Wednesday.
We can’t take this anymore.
The West Coast has the sunshine…and hail.
Down under, there’s no other way but up.
So this is what God must see as he looks down at us, laughing.
They do not want to build a snowman.
“Lam” and “Marcia” bear down on the Aussie coast.
Get it together, Mother Nature.
A second wave of arctic air is expected to hit the Eastern U.S. on Wednesday, adding to the winter misery that has gripped the region now for days.
New England is being walloped again by almost two feet of snow in some areas.
Heed the National Weather Service: “strong winds will combine with these frigid temperatures to produce brutal subzero wind chills.” The Boston area is expected to get 8 to 12 inches of snow.
Hi, sky — can we agree to draw the line at ice pellets?
Not for the weak-hearted.
The dirty rain was reported Friday in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, leaving meteorologists baffled. “It’s a mystery at this point.”
A rare weather phenomenon packing loads of moisture is set to bring intense rainfall to the state. The storms have a history of ending California’s droughts.
The city has seen about 20 inches of snow since Saturday. And residents are pretty proud of how they didn’t overreact to it — unlike another major metropolis to the east.
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