Tag: Weather

California rain (Marcio Jose Sanchez / Associated Press)

Rain Brings Relief to California — and More to Come

A powerful rainstorm sweeping through Northern California brought the state’s annual precipitation closer to normal after a dry winter — and there is more of it on the way. Bay Area public radio station KQED reports that the “Pineapple Express,”

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With Summer Heat, Climate Alarmism Boils Over

As heat waves move across the U.S. from the northeast to the southwest and in much of western Europe, climate alarmists are responding predictably by blaming hot temperatures not on true meteorological causes but on the nebulous bogeyman of “climate change.”

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Weekend Storm Brings Snow, Ski, Relief to Sierras

This weekend, heavy snowfall in the Sierras brought much-needed relief to the mountain range and helped provide ski resorts with a nice cushion as they open for the winter season.

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Hurricane Matthew Could Leave Up to 7 Million Without Power

Hurricane Matthew could leave up to seven million people located between Miami and the Carolinas without power, according to the latest power outage forecasts from researchers at the University of Michigan, Ohio State University, and Texas A&M University.

North Korea, Hoery?ng : In this handout photo taken on September 7, 2016 and released on September 13, 2016 by UNICEF DPRK a local representative of red cross (C left) surveys the damage to houses, caused by heavy flooding of the Tumen river along the road from Musan to Yonsa …

North Korea Threatens Nuclear Armageddon, Asks for Food

North Korea discovered that one of the problems with spending most of your impoverished Communist dungeon state’s GDP on military hardware is that you don’t have much left over to handle emergencies, such as a flood that leaves 100,000 people homeless.