“Storm of the Century” 20th Anniversary: In March 1993, a winter storm dubbed the “Storm of the Century” developed in the deep south, and tore north right through the [...]
Rescue workers on Monday were still searching for hundreds of people who went missing after Typhoon Bopha devastated the southern Philippines last week.
Typhoon Bopha wiped out three Philippine towns in eastern Davao Oriental Province, located on the island of Mindanao, killing hundreds of people in the area and doing [...]
A powerful typhoon slammed into the southern Philippine Islands earlier this week killing 274 people, injuring 339, with 279 still missing, reported disaster officials on Wednesday.
More than three-fifths of the lower 48 U.S. states are affected by drought, according to an update from the weekly U.S. Drought Monitor report.
This week’s nor’easter brought 6 inches of snow in some parts of the city, and some minor flooding in areas already hit during Superstorm Sandy.
Strong winds once again blew through New York City, this time accompanied by much colder temperatures and wet snow as the season’s first nor’easter hit the city Wednesday night.
The instant communication flow afforded by social media is increasingly becoming a part of everyday life—and when natural disasters hit, time is critical.
Just nine days after Superstorm Sandy hit, the city faces more hazardous weather with the season’s first nor’easter expected to hit the area Wednesday.
Massachusetts seems to have passed through this one, relatively unscathed compared to neighboring states, Connecticut and New York.