Flooding at one point closed more than 40 roads. Only North River Road in Fort Wayne and New Haven remains closed.
A group of U.S. states, cities, businesses and universities said Saturday they are still committed to curbing global warming even as U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration is walking away from the Paris climate accord.
A powerful storm with straight-line winds and possible tornadoes tore roofs off factories, ripped away storefronts and destroyed homes across Indiana, Ohio and into Pennsylvania, and on Monday, the National Weather Service planned to survey some of the damage.
Severe storms that battered parts of Indiana damaged the Muncie Fieldhouse, caused other sporadic damage and brought some flooding.
Some people were struck by flying debris. Emergency officials said none of the injuries are life threatening.
Dozens of homes, barns, and buildings have been damaged but there have been no reports of injuries.
Utility crews scrambled to restore power throughout New England on Tuesday, one day after a severe storm packing hurricane-force wind gusts and torrential rain left more than a million customers without electricity and forced communities to postpone Halloween festivities due to damage.
The storm began making its way up the East Coast on Sunday, which also was the fifth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy.
A new poll from the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds that 68 percent of Americans think weather disasters seem to be worsening, compared to 28 percent who think they are staying the same and only 4 percent who say they are less severe.
Barry Myers, who runs the pioneering weather firm AccuWeather, was chosen as undersecretary of Commerce and head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The weather service is part of NOAA.
Video captures a deputy driving through a fire in Sonoma County that could have been started by a carelessly discarded cigarette, a downed power line, a car’s backfire or a chainsaw’s pull.
An onslaught of deadly wildfires across a wide swath of Northern California broke out almost simultaneously then grew exponentially, swallowing up properties from wineries to trailer parks and tearing through both tiny rural towns and urban subdivisions.
As many as 8,000 homes were threatened in Nevada County, which lies on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada. Emergency lines were inundated with callers reporting smoke in the area.
Nate slogged its way across the U.S. East Coast on Monday, dumping heavy rains and bringing gusty winds to inland states as a tropical depression, a day after Hurricane Nate brought a burst of flooding and power outages to the U.S. Gulf Coast.
Louisiana’s governor urged his state’s residents to take Nate seriously, saying the storm “has the potential to do a lot of damage.”
Many leaves began changing earlier than average this season, but slowed or stopped. Peak foliage this fall is expected to be right around when we normally see it but may not last long.
The U.S. Gulf Coast braced Friday for a fast-moving blast of wind, heavy rain and rising water as deadly Tropical Storm Nate threatened to reach hurricane strength before a weekend landfall.
Fort Wayne pools are closed but area splash pads and places like The Deck are still open.
Maria’s death toll across the Caribbean climbed to at least 19, nearly all of them on the hard-hit island of Dominica. In Puerto Rico, the government said at least two were killed but media on the island were reporting additional deaths and the actual toll appeared unlikely to be known for days.
Fall colors have begun to appear in some parts of the state thanks to an unusually cold start to September, but the window for enjoyment might be short according to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.