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Emergency responders searched the wreckage of communities in northeast Texas and southwest Arkansas early Monday, after a rash of tornadoes killed at least two people, left dozens injured and 10 missing.
Check out pictures of severe weather that raked parts of the U.S. over the weekend.
Authorities were going house to house to assess the damage, but that proved difficult amid the heavy rainfall.
The National Weather Service says there’s a risk of severe thunderstorms Saturday — including possible tornadoes and large hail — in parts of western Kansas, western Colorado, and the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles.
A storm that produced tornadoes across parts of southwestern Oklahoma bore down on suburban Oklahoma City during the evening rush hour Wednesday.
The collapse triggered a small explosion, spreading lava and debris around the rim of Kilauea’s Halemaumau Crater, the U.S. Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory says.
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials said 23 states reported combined spending of more than $1 billion on winter maintenance operations.
A man camping with his girlfriend at Michigan state park captured images of the Chicago skyline appearing upside down over Lake Michigan.
A photographer captured images of an upside down Chicago skyline over Lake Michigan in what’s called a “superior mirage”
Authorities ordered the evacuation of the 1,500 inhabitants of the nearby town of Ensenada, along with residents of two smaller communities.
If it snowed where you are, send us a photo. We’d love to see it.
The Palm Sunday tornado on April 11, 1965, that destroyed nearly every structure in Russiaville and took the lives of many helped spur development of the current weather warnings and watches.
One of California’s largest water providers is considering a proposal that would reduce the amount of water it delivers to an area serving 19 million people.
Viewers sent us photos using Report!t of various cloud formations a a front bringing rain moved into the area.
The tornado outbreak killed 261 people when it ripped through the Midwest on April 11, 1965.
Authorities said that they were fairly confident there were no more victims among the debris but that they would be working Friday to account for every single resident.
Newly released figures showed a water use reduction of just 3 percent in February compared with 2013 figures, dismal savings that came after the driest January on record in the state.