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August 2018
August 2018

California suffered through its hottest July on record, while August has pushed sea-surface temperatures off the San Diego coast to all-time highs. 
<p>In the distant footsteps of Hurricane Hector, Hurricane Lane is forecast to experience a similar evolution and take a similar path just south of the Big Island of Hawaii next week.</p>
Progress made over the last few days in fighting the largest wildfire in California history could be lost this weekend, as the weather seems unlikely to continue to cooperate.&nbsp;
<p>Scenes from deadly flooding in Kerala, India</p>
The best photos from this week in weather events.
Officials in one southern state are calling the worst monsoon season in nearly 100 years.
Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari looks at a cool down expected for the Central U.S.
The devastating California wildfires from space
With the waters off the coast of Southern California reaching record-high temperatures in recent weeks, some unusual creatures are popping up in the Pacific. A hammerhead shark sighting led to the closure of a beach in Oceanside, Calif., Tuesday, and Clarissa Anderson, executive director of the Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System, calls the incident "very unusual." "Those are definitely warm water sharks!" Anderson said. ...
The summer of 2018 has seen a spate of dangerous wildfires break out around the world.
Each day on the front lines of California’s largest wildfire, firefighters start their shifts noting their safety zones and escape routes. Flames from the Mendocino Complex are still ripping through thousands of acres a day.
Parts of the Air Force aircraft, which mad a crash landing, more than 70 years ago, recall the death-defying rescue of the 12 Americans onboard.
A storm system moving across the central Plains left a father and son dead in Kansas, damaged roads in Oklahoma and led to several rescues of people from high waters in both states. Montgomery County, Kansas, Sheriff Bobby Dierks said Wednesday that 72-year-old Dennis Clark Catron Sr. and 39-year-old Dennis Clark Catron Jr., both of rural Elk City, drowned Tuesday night when their vehicle was swept off a county road. Rains also damaged the shoulder of Interstate 44 in southwestern Oklahoma City.
Stuart Palley turned 30 last week, but he missed his birthday celebration back home in Southern California. In lieu of cake and candles, he drove hours north to photograph the impact of recent wildfires on Yosemite. "This was the best birthday present I could have gotten," he said, speaking by phone from a viewpoint in Yosemite. "I can celebrate my birthday any time," he continued. "I don't always get to photograph El Capitan and Glacier ...
The Trump administration is pledging to work more closely with state and local officials to prevent wildfires and fight those choking California and other western states. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says officials are targeting wide swaths of land _ including cutting down small trees and underbrush and setting controlled fires _ to reduce the frequency and severity of fires now burning across the western United States.
<p>Scientists in Florida are on the cusp of developing promising methods to control toxic algae blooms like the "red tide" that has been killing marine life along a 150-mile (240-km) stretch of the Gulf Coast, the head of a leading marine lab said on Wednesday.</p>
Even the seas are seeing heat waves. A new study finds the number of "marine heat waves" roughly doubled between 1982 and 2016. Scientists say such events will likely become more common and intense as the planet warms. Prolonged periods of extreme heat in the oceans can damage kelp forests and coral reefs, and harm fish and other marine life. The study was published Wednesday in the journal Nature.
Stacker explores the costliest hurricanes of all time
As wildfires continue to rage throughout eastern Washington, officials said on Tuesday that air quality in Seattle was worse than that of Beijing.
<p>Storm clouds gathered over southern Oregon and northern California early on Wednesday, threatening to spark more wildfires with lightning strikes as emergency crews battled several deadly blazes, forecasters said.</p>
Forget about cooling down -- according to a new scientific forecast, the years-long warm streak we've been enduring is likely to continue until at least 2022.&nbsp;
Heat waves aren’t just for land lubbers. Climate change has turned the oceans into cauldrons of scalding water, upending marine ecosystems around the world.
Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency
As Rob Walker drove into Yosemite, he briefly reconsidered the camping trip he was about to take with a small group of friends and family. The outing is a tradition. Walker’s family always stays at the North Pines Campground near the Merced River, with Kaleigh Burn and her family. But on Tuesday, the group had a moment when, impressed by the power of the Ferguson fire, they were unsure. “We came through on Highway 140 — active fire is still going...
Sub-tropical depression five has formed over the central Atlantic and is expected to develop into a subtropical storm later on Wednesday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.
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