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The town of Mariposa, with its century-old saloons and covered sidewalks, normally bustles with summer visitors on their way to Yosemite National Park but on Thursday the Gold Rush-era hamlet was mostly empty as ash rained down and heavy smoke from a nearby blaze darkened the sky.The five-day-old blaze in the Sierra Nevada foothills threatened hundreds of homes and historic buildings, including a wood courthouse founded in 1854 and touted as the oldest active courthouse west of the Rocky Mountains.The fire did not grow as significantly Thursday as it had earlier in the week, but state fire officials...
OAKHURST, Calif. — A wildfire that started about 10 miles outside the borders of Yosemite National Park grew Thursday to more than 100 square miles and destroyed 45 structures, fire officials said. More than 3,100 firefighters are on hand to continue to try to contain it, looking to protect the historic foothills town of Mariposa, Calif., and keep one of the nation's most popular national parks open to its estimated 20,000 daily visitors. 
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.
MINNEAPOLIS — Several hundred people evacuated their homes early Thursday in the small western Wisconsin community of Arcadia as heavy...
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. 
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 science.active 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.
Remains found Wednesday in a water- and debris-filled canyon in central Arizona are believed to be those of a missing 27-year-old man who's the 10th and final victim of last weekend's flash flood, authorities said.Gila County Sheriff's officials said at a hastily called news conference that identification of the body will be subject to DNA analysis by the Arizona Department of Public Safety.But they believe the body is that of Hector Miguel Garnica and have notified his relatives.Last Saturday's flash flood at a popular swimming hole along the river in the Tonto...
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;
<p>Tropical Storm Don began lashing the southeast Caribbean with heavy rain and wind on Tuesday as it approached the region after forming in the Atlantic Ocean.</p>
Tall grass from a deluge of winter rains is fueling wildfires throughout the Western U.S., damaging more than a dozen homes in Nevada and threatening...
<p></p><p>A powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.8 off Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula triggered a tsunami warning but the threat has now passed, the U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Pacific Tsunami Center said.</p><p></p>
The bodies of a Swiss couple who disappeared 75 years ago in the Alps have been found at the edge of a melting glacier, local media reported. Marcelin and Francine Dumoulin, the parents of seven children, went to milk their cows in a meadow in the Valais canton on Aug. 15, 1942, then vanished without a trace.&nbsp;
<p>If you’ve ever wondered why it can sometimes feel stiflingly hot as your clothes quickly dampen on a summer afternoon, humidity is the likely culprit.</p><p></p>
Flooding causes havoc in northern Illinois
The days from July 3 through August 11 are called the dog days of summer, but not for the reason you may think.
<p>Flood conditions are expected to remain in areas of northern Illinois through Thursday as residents brace themselves for more rain.</p>
Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari looks at a 'Ring of Fire pattern that could bring storms and heat.
It's not a tweet storm but a real storm.
Dustin Dilworth captured this rare view of the northern lights shining above Michigan’s Mackinac Bridge during the early morning hours of Monday, July 17, just as local weather reports had predicted the aurora would be visible. Credit: Dustin Dilworth/D# Imagery via Storyful
Howling whirlwind charges ashore in Italy, tossing beach gear aloft.
While most weather myths are harmless, the misconceptions surrounding tornadoes can be a dire threat to your safety.
CNN's Jennifer Gray discusses the causes and dangers of flash floods.
Nine people were killed when floodwaters from a sudden rainstorm thundered through a tranquil swimming area in Tonto National Forest.
There will be a chance of showers and thunderstorms from the Dakotas all the way to the East Coast for the first part of the week.
<p>Heavy thunderstorms will return to parts of the northeastern United States on Monday, with more wet weather to follow later in the week.</p>
Residents of La Unión, Honduras, say that after a fierce storm, the ground is covered with hundreds of small fish. It could be science, or a miracle.
Nearly 3,000 people have been evacuated in Southern California as a week-long fire there continues to burn. More mandatory evacuation orders were issued Friday near the Whittier Fire in Santa Barbara County, bringing the evacuee total up to 2,700 people. Officials said eight homes and 12 outbuildings had burned.&nbsp;
Researchers predict maximum temperatures at some airports could rise between 7 and 14 degrees by 2080
Flooding north of Chicago could worsen on Saturday.
States are used to getting disaster aid, but more storms and less help could cost them.
It was a stormy start to the weekend in Maryland. A waterspout was spotted off Chester, Maryland.
<p>The risk of wildfire ignition and spread will remain high across the western United States despite an uptick in storms.</p>
<p>Severe thunderstorms are expected to hit the upper Midwest again this weekend. Parts of Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois are already flooded.</p>
<p>Officials say that a sinkhole that swallowed a boat and destroyed two homes in Florida has stopped growing and has not had any recent significant movement.</p>
<p>A collection of the week's best weather photography.</p>
The data shows us exactly which communities will face the hardest choices in the era of rising sea levels
<p>Just days after breaking off the continent, the iceberg, now dubbed A68, has broken into two pieces.</p>
Meteorologist Domenica Davis looks at the forecast for a severe weather threat for the Midwest and South.
Researchers running highly
Heavy rainfall earlier this week could give way to dangerous flooding with several rivers in the Midwest expected to crest at record levels. Linda So reports.
Climate change activists from all 50 states met with more than 150 lawmakers and staffers on Capitol Hill on Thursday, armed with personal anecdotes and data booklets to persuade members to take action on environmental issues such as air pollution and global warming. The meetings were part of the fourth annual “play in” demonstration, organized by the anti-pollution advocacy group Moms Clean Air Force, which brought parents and their children to the Hill.
As the sea ice in the Arctic habitat decreases and the rest of their climate changes, desperate polar bears might attack people more often out of hunger.
As if air travel wasn't already stressful enough. Just last month, American Airlines was forced to cancel dozens of flights from Phoenix when temperatures of nearly 120 degrees made it too hot for smaller jets to take off.&nbsp;
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