Gulf of Mexico tropical disturbance growing more organized, likely to become a tropical depression by Friday
The system is likely to bring heavy rains and dangerous flash flooding to the central Gulf Coast beginning on Friday.
The whole state is experiencing ‘exceptional’ drought, leaving vegetation parched and ready to ignite.
Aether says that for every one-carat diamond it manufactures, it removes about 20 metric tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
The storm is expected to bring heavy rains and dangerous flash flooding to the central Gulf Coast.
Higher-elevation New Orleans neighborhoods have gentrified. The Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center is pushing back.
After Hurricane Katrina, many longtime residents were priced out of historically Black neighborhoods.
Another tropical disturbance could dump 5-10 inches of rain along the Gulf Coast this weekend.
Even before the pandemic surge in teleconferencing, internet data centers accounted for about 1% of global electricity use.
Forty-four percent of U.S. was in drought last month, as Texas and Louisiana had a top-10 wettest May on record.
A short film from Local Motives introduces a Virginia weather buff and what he has learned from collecting weather data.
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EYE ON THE STORM
More than 200 millimeters (eight inches) of rain fell in northern and central Taiwan in just 24 hours.
The most intense tornadoes on the planet have been giving the U.S. a break.
Ana is expected to be a weak, short-lived storm.
THIS IS NOT COOL
President Biden’s climate plan calls for ambitious action, achieved quickly, like JFK’s 1961 commitment to land Americans on the moon.
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