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Rain on the way as search for missing continues after California wildfires
Cold air holding firm in the northeastern United States into Thanksgiving Day will set the stage for more rounds of snow and slick travel.
Authorities are working to relocate hundreds of wildfire evacuees that have created a tent city at a Walmart parking lot 10 minutes down the hill from Paradise, California.
The particulates in smoke don’t destroy homes. They don’t down trees. But in the case of wildfires, smoke’s impacts—and dangers—can reach hundreds of miles further than the flames themselves.
A narrow batch of snow will streak from the central Plains to the lower Great Lakes through Sunday morning, creating areas of slippery travel. The snow is being triggered by a new push of cold air from Canada. A weak storm is riding along the leading edge of the cold air. On the heels of the snow that swept from the Dakotas to the lower Great Lakes Friday into Saturday, more snow will streak from near the border of Nebraska and Kansas to...
The death toll from California’s worst fire on record rose to 76 as President Trump vowed Saturday to help California recover from the devastation and work to prevent catastrophic blazes.
Take a look at this incredible rime icing taking place in Genesee, Colorado on Nov. 17. This stunning video was captured by storm chaser, Reed Timmer.
While there are currently no tropical threats in the Atlantic Ocean, Hurricane Lenny was tracking the "wrong way" through the basin during mid-November 1999.
The death toll has risen to at least 71 in Northern California's Camp Fire. About 1,000 people are reported missing. That blaze is now 50 percent contained after consuming more than 145,000 acres. Meg Oliver reports.
As residents recovered and demanded an explanation, The Times asked readers to share their experiences. We’re continuing to collect information and provide updates as they become available.
A strong wintry storm still was dumping snow Friday in far northern New England after creating traffic havoc that claimed at least eight lives across the country's eastern half and knocked out power for tens of thousands of people.
An enormous area of California has smoke-polluted air.
The prospect of near- to below-average temperatures and an active storm track along the coast should bode well for skiers and snow lovers from the interior South to the coastal mid-Atlantic and New England this winter. 
A cyclone has hit the coast of southern India, killing at least 13 people, damaging homes and forcing the evacuation of more than 80,000 residents. Disaster officials say Cyclone Gaja blew ashore in Tamil Nadu state with heavy rains and winds of 90 kilometers (55 miles) per hour.
The California fire has killed 66 people so far, and smoke from the blaze has travelled over 200 miles to some Bay Area cities, carried on winds.
The northernmost city in the U.S. continues to be ground zero for the impacts of climate change. As sunlight fades from the Arctic, sea ice began to form this week around Utqiaġvik, an Iñupiat whaling community located on the shores of the Arctic Ocean. And that’s...not right.
A winter storm brings snow, sleet and freezing rain to portions of the central and eastern U.S.
The best photos from this week in weather events.
An early winter storm has caused messy road conditions in New York City and closed down the winter village in Bryant Park. But it didn't stop visitors from enjoying their stay in the city.
Rainfall from catastrophic hurricanes such as Katrina, Irma and Maria was intensified by human-caused global warming, a new study suggests.
Following a heavy rain, there are often some noticeable changes to your surroundings, whether it's a peculiar smell in the air or a change in temperature. In some cases, in addition to dodging puddles, you might have to avoid long, stretched-out earthworms that have surfaced from under the ground. But why do these earthworms, which are an integral part of the soil ecosystem, frequently pop up above ground after it rains?
And with it, a vital tool for cleaning up heat-trapping carbon pollution. 
<p>More than 1 in 10 trees in the forest died after Hurricane Maria. Many lost most of their branches. A few palms in the patch of forest where González stopped had just a few fronds right at the top, like a tree from a Dr. Suess book.</p>
Icy, Icy, Weather
The German energy company RWE “made a big mistake,” according to energy researcher Patrick Graichen.
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