Extreme Weather 2019: 6 Active Cyclones In The Atlantic And Pacific Tie Modern Record, National Hurricane Center Says
One meteorologist describes the storms as roaches as three more disturbances are being tracked in their wake.
NASA is reportedly investigating a UFO sighting during a torrential storm in Spain. Based on a video taken during the incident, a silver saucer-like vessel appeared during an electrical storm over a city.
Wind speeds have now increased to 85 mph, with the possibility of higher gusts. It is moving northeast at 5 mph and expected to reach Bermuda late on Wednesday.
Hurricane damage in Marsh Harbour, Bahamas
Astronauts aboard NASA’s International Space Station (ISS) were able to capture terrifying photos of Hurricane Dorian as it passes through the Atlantic Ocean. Although the hurricane has slightly weakened, the images from space still show just how massive Dorian is.
NASA’s International Space Station (ISS) was able to capture a video of hurricane Dorian from space as it moved towards Florida and the Bahamas during the weekend. Due to the massiveness and strength of the hurricane, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) has issued new storm surge warnings for several areas in Florida.
Forecasters did not seem to think the depression could become tropical storm Chantal. The potential hazards associated with Tropical Depression Three include 1 to 3 inches of rainfall in the Bahamas and the East coast of Florida through Tuesday.
Aside from their damaging effect on technological devices and electricity, scientists believe solar storms can also intensify cyclones on Earth. This means severe space weather could lead to the formation of stronger and more frequent cyclones.
Mars' thinner atmosphere prevents lightning from occurring as often as it does on Earth.
After nearly two weeks of severe weather, more storms, hail, and tornadoes are expected stretching from Texas to New York.
Advising the residents to stay indoors, emergency management officials in Madison County said large trees and power lines were down in Pendleton and several roads in the town were closed.
After nearly four days of heavy rains, hail, and tornadoes, Tuesday will be more of the same for the Midwestern and Southern U.S.
The National Weather Service said, “Still expecting an active severe weather day on Monday, with main potential from late morning through the evening. Now is the time to think about your severe weather plan."
Golf ball-sized hail and tornadoes were confirmed in parts of Kansas on Sunday. However, no injuries or damages were reported.
Tornadoes In Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri: Severe Thunderstorms Cause Damage Across South-Central US
"Widespread severe thunderstorms broke out today [Tuesday] across northern Texas, central Oklahoma, northwestern Arkansas, and southern Missouri," AccuWeather meteorologist Brett Rossio said.
The storm left eight people dead across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Texas over the weekend, including two children who were killed after a tree fell on the car they were in.
Winter Storm Wesley: How The Rockies, Plains Are Feeling Blizzard Conditions From Possible 'Bomb Cyclone'
The Midwest and Plains are already feeling the affects of Winter Storm Wesley across the region.
The Midwest and Plains areas of the U.S. received warning from the National Weather Service of massive winter storm expected to run from Tuesday night to Thursday.
“A line of thunderstorms may continue to impact portions of Central and East Texas during the Monday morning commute before exiting the region," a hazardous weather outlook issued for the region said.
An extreme weather condition is currently raging in the U.S. What is a bomb cyclone and how is it affecting America?
Airlines have already begun to waive change fees and institute travel advisories in anticipation in a storm system set to wreak havoc across the Plains, Midwest, and Northeast.
Heavy precipitation in the Northeast and record-breaking cold temperatures in the Plains will affect millions in the United States starting Sunday evening and tapering off early in the week.
Delivering a mix of snow, ice, and sleet, Winter Storm Petra is expected to affect at least 90 million people nationwide, with 20 million to endure possible flooding.
A tornado warning placed for Miami-Dade County on Sunday evening was later lifted after it touched down in west Hialeah city of Florida.
The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for south-central Texas on Wednesday afternoon, which was set to expire on Thursday 2 a.m. CST (3 a.m. EST).
Winter solstice in the United States and the rest of Northern Hemisphere will occur on Dec. 21, 5:23 p.m. EST, according to National Weather Service.
Forecasters said the city witnessed higher-than-expected snow, resulting in the snowiest November since 1938.
Eastern U.S. was expected to have a potent storm with heavy rain, wind, and potentially strong thunderstorms.
Faribault airport suffered significant damage while thousands remained without power in Minnesota.
The storm left a wave of destruction in Hong Kong and the Philippines.