Weather

Despite weakening to a Category 1 storm, Dorian still sent seawater surging over neighborhoods, flooding the first floors of many homes.
“We are in the midst of a historic tragedy," Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said of the Category 4 storm.
Florida residents are bracing for the Category 4 storm to hit them next.
On Sunday, Dorian tied the record for the most powerful Atlantic hurricane to ever make landfall as it slammed into the Bahamas.
The 185 mph winds ripped off roofs, overturning cars and tore down power lines.
The storm's maximum sustained winds increased to 160 mph before barreling through the northern Bahamas on Sunday.
The storm is expected to strengthen to a Category 4 this weekend.
Puerto Rico was mainly spared from Hurricane Dorian -- but now the storm is barreling toward Florida and Georgia.
President Donald Trump is denying claims that he wants to hit hurricanes with nuclear bombs before they reach the U.S.
“July has re-written climate history," said the head of the World Meteorological Organization.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards warned that there could be “a considerable amount of overtopping” of levees.
Scientists warn that heat waves are becoming increasingly common due to human-caused climate change.
Planting season is the slowest in decades as farmers grapple with floods, rains and sodden fields.
Record-breaking severe weather whipped through the Midwest destroying homes and power lines.
The latest round of damaging weather in the central U.S. came a day after violent storms killed one person and injured at least 130 in Indiana and Ohio.
At least three people died in a tornado in Golden City, Missouri, on Wednesday. Extreme weather has also threatened parts of Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa and Illinois.
An intense storm system swept through Oklahoma, western Texas and southern Kansas on Monday, spawning several tornadoes that caused some damage.
The National Weather Service placed several counties under a tornado watch, calling it a "particularly dangerous situation."
Hundreds of schools canceled classes in Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota, where the governor closed state offices in much of the state for a second day.