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July 2017
July 2017

<p>After temperatures more typical of early fall chill the Northeast into midweek, an increase in humidity and warmth will set the stage for another round of thunderstorms and flooding downpours by week’s end.</p><p></p>
Officials say they've completed house-to-house searches after a tornado touched down on Maryland's Eastern Shore and didn't find anyone trapped or in danger.
The giant crack that's been racing across Antarctica Larsen C ice shelf finally met its breaking point between July 10 and 12. The result was an iceberg the size of Delaware and weighing a trillion metric tons. But that's not the...
More than 600 firefighters in Montana on Tuesday battled to halt the spread of the biggest wildfire in the United States after it torched buildings, raced through forests and drove scores of people from their homes.
Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari takes a look at multiple storms in the Western Pacific that could turn into one large storm due to the Fujiwara Effect.
Residents and crews on the Maryland Eastern Shore are cleaning up from a tornado that hit early Monday. The National Weather Service says the tornado had wind speeds of 125 mph. It downed trees and collapsed buildings. Thousands lost power. (July 25)
None of the hikers, who were in several different groups, was reported to have significant injuries after an all-night rescue mission.
If you took Monday’s weather map and didn’t show me the temperatures, you could easily fool me into thinking it was from the middle of winter.
Estimates of just how much sea levels will rise and inundate coastal areas vary widely.&nbsp;
Meteorologist Domenica Davis looks at the forecast for severe weather in the Northeast this week.
Authorities in northern Kentucky plan to resume searching Monday for a man who was swept away flooding that hit the region.
Yeah, it's a hot one. This is the Earth on climate change.
A decline in sea ice is allowing more marine travel, but experts say the remote region is unprepared to face an emergency at sea.
<p>An increase in soaking thunderstorms across the western United States next week will be beneficial for firefighters, but could lead to other hazards.</p>
Heat in New York City, wildfires in California and floods several places around the world highlighted the week in weather.
The Witch Fire implies magic is afoot, while the Rough Fire errs on the literal. Chimney Fire? That’s just facetious. Then there’s the Big Bar Complex Fire, which sounds like the wishful thinking of a weary firefighter. Though exceptions to the rule, most wildfires are named not by an aspiring Dr. Seuss, but the initial responders on the scene. What the team names the blaze is up to their discretion, says Slate, but they typically stick to locations ...
YOSEMITE VALLEY, Calif. — Smoke was taking a visible toll Saturday on Yosemite National Park, where some of the most picturesque vistas on earth were hidden behind eerie curtains of thick haze drifting in from the devastating Detwiler fire, about 35 miles to the west. From the famous Tunnel View overlook on Highway 41, granite monoliths towering over Yosemite Valley including El Capitan and Half Dome resembled gray silhouettes.
Meteorologist Domenica Davis looks at the ring of fire setup for this week which is bringing monsoons, dangerous heat and severe weather.
Paying small amounts of cash to convince landowners not to cut down their trees is a highly effective strategy for reducing carbon emissions that drive climate change, researchers said Thursday.
Arctic sea ice has been melting at a steady clip this summer as it heads toward its annual low point. But a new chart shows that with nearly two months still left in the melt season, sea ice area is already below what would have been a yearly low in the 1980s. The comparison shows the clear long-term decline of Arctic sea ice fueled by the global rise in heat-trapping greenhouse gases. .
CAVE CREEK, Ariz. — Maria Raya-Garcia almost didn't get the weekend off to celebrate her birthday beside a popular swimming hole in Arizona.The bosses at El Encanto Mexican restaurant in Cave Creek, a touristy Wild West-style town outside Phoenix, didn't want the popular prep cook to be gone during their busiest days, but they finally relented.Raya-Garcia was celebrating her 27th birthday Saturday, lounging with family members in a rocky canyon north of Phoenix when a flash flood roared down a placid creek and swept them away.Searchers later found her lifeless body, along with those of her three young children, her mother, sister and other members...
South Miami this week became the first city outside of California to require all new homes to install solar panels on their roofs. Six cities in the Golden State began requiring solar to be installed on new homes over the past few years. But in Florida, where voters killed proposed solar restrictions last year, South Miami is now a pioneer.&nbsp;
Several flood-prone municipalities in California filed first-of-their-kind lawsuits against fossil fuel companies this week as they attempt to recoup the cost of coping with rising seas. The suits point to indisputable climate science and decades of industry efforts to mar that litigation.”
Tropical Storm Don dissipated into an open wave in the southeastern Caribbean Sea late Tuesday -- just two days after claiming Tropical Storm status in the Atlantic Ocean.While the storm did not have a closed center Tuesday, gusty winds and thunderstorms with locally heavy showers were seen affecting portions of the Windward islands Monday night into Tuesday.Don was the fourth named storm in the Atlantic this 2017 season, and its remnants are expected to generate some intense thunderstorms over portions of northeast Venezuela during the next 24 to 48 hours. Tropical Storm Don was downgraded to a tropical depression Tuesday evening after crossing strong wind shear and dry mid-level air in the Atlantic.What's next: A warmer than average tropical Atlantic ready to fuel more storms?Don is currently fueled by warm sea surface temperatures with values in the +28oC mark. This month of July, the Atlantic continues to show warmer than average sea surface temperature anomalies, although not as high as those observed other years when hurricane activity was more frequent.Below: SST anomalies Atlantic OceanSea surface temperatures 1 to 2oC above normal in some areas could help develop tropical storms in the region during the coming months. However, other essential ingredients like wind shear and mid-level dry air could limit the development as most storms track east to west across the ocean.Below: Sea Surface TemperaturesAfter Don, eyes are now set on another low pressure center located about 1000 miles west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands. Models are anticipating some slow development around this system between Wednesday and Friday as it continues to move west-northwest at about 15 miles per hour. Beyond the weekend, it looks like dry air advection into the region and an increase in wind shear could mean unfavorable atmospheric conditions for further development. Be sure to check back regularly for updates.Watch below: Will El Niño have an impact on Atlantic Hurricane Season in 2017?With files from Weather Network meteorologist Mario Picazo
<p>British Columbia's government took the unprecedented step on Wednesday of extending a state of emergency by two weeks as it battled 140 wildfires that have forced about 45,000 people from their homes.</p>
A person trapped in their home by rising flood waters was lifted to safety by a Coast Guard helicopter crew after flash floods caused chaos in the Cornish town of Coverack on England's south west coast.
At the halfway point of the year, 2017 remains the second-hottest year to date — a surprise given the demise of the El Niño that helped boost temperatures to record levels last year. The continued near-record warmth is a marker of just how much global temperatures have risen thanks to the greenhouse gases accumulating in the atmosphere from fossil fuel use.&nbsp;
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