As extreme heat cooks the U.S. this week, Phoenix, Arizona is setting some dangerous records.
The park has shut down for the first time in more than 30 years.
From California to Texas, 100+ highs are forecast to persist into the weekend, affecting millions of people.
People who violate the water restrictions face $500 fines.
The Loop Current is ominously far north this year—combined with other factors, it could make for a disastrous…
NOAA's new outlook forecasts a hurricane season with, once again, more storms than normal.
Nineteen states and D.C. are expected to experience the first U.S. heat wave of 2022.
Here's what the natural cycle means for our upcoming hurricane season.
The Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire has blazed through a larger area than all of the acres burned across the whole…
All workers "deserve health and safety protections from extreme heat and wildfire smoke,” said Oregon Governor Kate…
The town of Laguna Niguel was in the path of a blaze that has destroyed over 30 homes this week.
A NOAA satellite captured a dramatic view of fires burning near a Colorado dust storm.
Ground temperatures reached over 122 degrees earlier this month, after a record-hot March.
An outbreak of severe weather ripped through the middle of the country Tuesday night from Montana to Texas, bringing…
An alert about an incoming disaster can mean the difference between life and death.
"Seeing more and more of these warm air events in the Arctic, in the winter, is definitely eye-opening as a climate…
These are some of the worst floods in Australia's recorded history.
It's not just heat exhaustion and stroke that harm people when temperatures rise. Researchers found that hot days…
The storm has swept across the country, knocking out power and imperiling drivers.
Over 100 people are dead and dozens missing after record rains in Petrópolis.