As of August 30, 2015, three separate hurricanes were spinning in the central and Eastern Pacific, all of which were classified as major hurricanes due to their sustained wind speeds in excess of 110 mph. But they aren’t simply garden-variety major hurricanes: each of the three storms were particularly intense, carrying ratings of 4 (wind […]
A gallery of enduring images captured over 24 hours before, during, and following Hurricane Sandy’s landfall on the evening of October 29, 2012.
On Saturday, the Storm Prediction Center recorded just a single report of a tornado. That tornado, it turns out, is one for the record books.
A slow-moving supercell buried a Texas highway in several feet of hail on Wednesday, bringing traffic to a halt and requiring the department of transportation to call out the snow plows to clear the roadway.
Interactive before and after photos of the devastation in Joplin following the EF-5 tornado reveal the full extend of the devastation.
This weekâ€™s super tornado outbreak in the Southern United States will go down as one of the most significant tornado events in United States history. In terms of the number of tornadoes, the outbreak rivals both the Super Outbreak of 1974 as well as the more recent Oklahoma disasters of May, 2003. However, the number of fatalities tops both the 1974 and 2003 outbreaks.
An historic blizzard not only crippled Minneapolis roadways and airport traffic, but also collapsed the roof of the iconic Metrodome on Sunday morning. Photo gallery inside >
A massive hail stone nearly the size of a volleyball fell in a small South Dakota town this summer, setting the new record for the largest hailstone ever recorded.
In what meteorologists are calling once in a lifetime event, an iceberg twice the size of Manhattan is drifting north toward Australia and New Zealand.