When Hurricane Edouard came whooshing over North Atlantic this week, one little drone was ready. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Coyote is neither especially big nor especially tough-looking, but it flew where no pilot—and no drone—had ever flown before. This is the future of storm hunting. Read more...
The Grand Solmar As we told you earlier this week, Cabo San Lucas in Mexico was hit extremely hard by Hurricane Odile on Sunday night with much of the resort area effectively destroyed by the storm. The airport is still closed, homes...Show More Summary
The Miami Hurricanes defense has noticeably improved in 2014, but the nation's 15th-ranked run-stopping unit will be tested by Nebraska superstar Ameer Abdullah. Since the beginning of last season, the running back has posted 13 100-yard performances and scored 15 total touchdowns. Show More Summary
A summer of Pacific storms and hurricanes has significantly changed the seafloor along California’s coast, fueling stronger riptides and triggering more rescues by lifeguards, officials said Wednesday.
Although NASA's Aqua satellite showed that Hurricane Edouard is far from U.S. soil, it is powerful enough that it is creating dangerous swells along the U.S. East Coast. On Sept. 17, the National Hurricane Center noted "Swells from Edouard will affect portions of the east coast of the United States north of Florida beginning today. Show More Summary
Residents in Southeastern Arizona braced for heavy rains and possible flooding Wednesday as remnants of Hurricane Odile began to sweep into the drought-plagued Southwest.
A group of women caught in the middle of Hurricane Odile while partying in Cabo San Lucas for a bachelorette shindig are missing, say worried relatives.
Across New York City, there is one name that's on the tip of everyone's lips.. Sandy. Nearly 2 years out from Hurricane Sandy, the most destructive and deadly storm to hit New York City, communities across the five boroughs are still recovering. Show More Summary
Using four decades of data, the study found that floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts and other hazards now cause twice as many people to lose their homes as in the 1970s. The post Natural Disasters Displaced 22 Million People Last Year, 3 Times More Than War appeared first on ThinkProgress.
New York Times op-ed: Apples and Hurricanes: Obama Beyond Bush, by Frank Bruni: Whenever Barack Obama seems in danger of falling, do we have to hear that George W. Bush made the cliff?... The I.R.S. scandal was not as bad as Watergate. (Nothing’s ever as bad as Watergate, which...
If you have plans to visit the Mexican state of Baja California Sur within the next two months — especially the southern tip where Los Cabos and La Paz are located — you will most likely need to postpone your plans. The landfall of Hurricane...Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Hurricane Edouard, the first major hurricane of the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season, is weakening and accelerating north-eastward, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Tuesday. Edouard was about 495 miles (795 km) east-northeast of Bermuda with maximum sustained wind of 90 mph (150 kph), NHC said. Show More Summary
Nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy’s devastation made the age of extreme weather impossible for New Yorkers to ignore, our city is about to host the largest mass protest around global warming in history.
The Green News Report is also available via... IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Baby, it's hot outside: Hottest year on record in California, hottest August on record for the entire planet; Record hurricane hits Cabo San Lucas; Warm-water fish...Show More Summary
We posted a bunch of heart-breaking images yesterday from an Instragrammer stuck at the Hilton Los Cabos resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico but unfortunately, there's not much good news today. The airport remains closed, several hotels...Show More Summary
NASA's Global Hawk 872 aircraft flew over Hurricane Cristobal on August 28 and 29 and gathered data on the storm as it was becoming extra-tropical. read more
The Mexican government has prepared to begin airlifting tens of thousands of stranded tourists.
The Mexican government prepared to begin airlifting tens of thousands of stranded tourists out of the hurricane-ravaged resort area of Los Cabos on Tuesday, as residents picked up the pieces of shattered, flooded homes.
By David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - Arizona residents braced for another wave of heavy rains and flooding on Tuesday as the remnants of Hurricane Odile began to sweep into the desert state. With cloudy skies above, locals began filling...Show More Summary
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Tropical storm Polo could become a hurricane off Mexico's Pacific Coast on Thursday the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Tuesday. On Tuesday morning Polo was about 275 miles (440km) south of Mexico's...Show More Summary