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December 2017
December 2017

<p>Housing is urgently needed for tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans who lack power and a regular source of safe water nearly three months after Hurricane Maria damaged their homes, Refugees International says in a report.</p>
<p>Those getting a head start on holiday travel across the Rockies and Midwest late this week may be faced with disruptive snow along the way.</p>
Over the past half-century, climate scientists have learned that the weather leaves behind a hidden history of itself.&nbsp;
ALBANY, N.Y. — Winter has yet to officially start, but snow is already piling up in some parts of upstate New York. According to the National Weather Service, the areas with the most snow are in Oswego and Lewis counties — which get clobbered each year with snow drifting across the eastern edge of Lake Ontario.&nbsp;
The massive Thomas fire continued to grow Sunday even after an epic battle to protect homes along the Santa Barbara County coast Saturday proved successful despite intense winds. The third-largest wildfire in modern California history was burning a massive swath from Santa Barbara to Ventura, fueled by Santa Ana winds, with gusts topping 70 mph early Sunday in some valley and mountain areas.
<p>After an unseasonably quiet start to December, a significant storm will set its sights on the region spanning Tuesday to Wednesday.</p>
LOS ANGELES_Both sieges began in darkness with fierce winds that made the flames impossible to stop. Hurricane-force gusts pushed the flames over highways that should have been barriers and into neighborhoods so quickly that officials said they were helpless to protect the homes in their path. The wine country fires that ravaged Northern California in October and the firestorm in Southern ...
The agency has taken unprecedented measures to deal with demand for help.<br>
Extreme weather that struck the world in 2017
<p>Dani Hahn was terrified as she watched dozens of firefighters racing to light a small blaze that they hoped would clear enough space to halt the giant wildfire advancing on her rose farm at the foot of Southern California's Santa Ynez Mountains. The owner of Rose Story Farm in the seaside city of Carpinteria saw her trampled roses and avocados and felled citrus trees as "small prices" to pay to ensure her farm did not suffer more than the scorching it received on Tuesday from the Thomas Fire, one of the state's largest ever wildfires.</p>
The culprit appears to be small particles released by combustion, researchers say.
<!--smart_paging_autop_filter--><!--smart_paging_filter-->While the “Eskimos have 100 words for snow” debate remains up in the (cold, cold) air, we do know—thanks in large part to the folks at the Dictionary of American Regional English (DARE)—that Americans have no lack of idioms for the chilly white stuff. Here are 15 of them from all over the United States.
<p>A brief burst of snow will spread over the Northeast's Interstate 95 corridor, threatening to create tricky travel as commuters head home later Friday.</p>
Incredible photos from this week in weather events
<p>A firefighter died Thursday while working a colossal wildfire burning in coastal mountains northwest of Los Angeles that has become the fourth largest in California history.</p>
The Thomas Fire continues to burn in Southern California, leaving severe destruction in its wake.
Scientists analyzed 27 extreme weather events from 2016 and found that global warming was a “significant driver” for most of them. We look at five cases.
Winter is coming and some of us are better prepared for it than others.&nbsp;
California's seemingly endless cycle of wildfires is prompting authorities to make plans to set more "controlled burns" to thin forests choked with dead trees and withered underbrush that serves as kindling to feed monster blazes that force entire communities to flee, destroy homes and take lives.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - For well over a week, hundreds of inmates have chain-sawed through relentless thickets of chaparral, cutting lines through the backcountry to thwart the fire's sudden rushes at homes. On Thursday, they were deep in the Los Padres National Forest, covered in wood grit, soot and sweat, as the Thomas fire continued to grow - becoming the fourth-largest in modern California ...
Ever wonder why you feel that burning in your throat or chest when outdoors in cold air? There's a reason for it and it's pretty simple.
Out of an estimated 1,500 active volcanoes, 50 or so erupt every year, spewing steam, ash, toxic gases, and lava.
Want to see snowflakes this holiday season?
Lucia Roda stood in her backyard early Wednesday morning, watching flames shoot up in the dark for each tree a spreading western South Dakota wildfire engulfed on the hills not far from the Spanish mustang preserve she manages.Roda's family got an early morning pre-evacuation notice suggesting they leave their home and the conservancy in Buffalo Gap, South Dakota, but they decided to remain rather than chance moving 34 horses in the dark. The family took the "calculated risk" to wait until light so it would be safer if the horses had to be transported,...
With winter starting in the Northern Hemisphere, here are some delightful pictures of snow-immersed areas in the world at this time of the year.
(NEW LONDON, Conn.) — About 1,000 icebergs drifted into the North Atlantic shipping lanes this year, marking the fourth consecutive “extreme” ice season, U.S. Coast Guard officials said Thursday. The Connecticut-based Coast Guard International Ice Patrol, which monitors iceberg danger in the North Atlantic and warns ships, held its annual meeting in New London to discuss 2017 and look ahead to 2018.&nbsp;
Storms like the one that flooded Houston and a wide area of Texas in August are also much more likely, the studies found.
The Pacific Northwest has been enjoying a lull in the rainy season for the past little while, with the dry streak now in its tenth day for Seattle and Portland.&nbsp;
Surfers in a California seaside community hit the beach to catch waves, despite smoke-filled skies from a looming wildfire.
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