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 spectacular dust storm blanketed Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday evening, reducing visibility to a quarter-mile or less in some areas. Even the interior of the airport was shrouded in dust.
A rare heat burst struck Wichita, Kansas overnight, resulting in temperatures spiking to over 100 degrees long after the sun had set for the evening.
A rocket carrying a new satellite designed to analyze global warming has crashed back to Earth after failing to reach orbit. The loss is reminiscent of a similar failure two years ago.
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 >
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.
A strange illuminated spiral was seen over parts of Norway by hundreds of observers this week who wondered what on earth they were viewing. Upon first glance, one would think these images must be photoshopped. But they are not.
Chinese State Media is again reporting the Chinese government has successfully seeded clouds in and around Beijing to generate precipitation – this time, widespread early-season snowfall. Such weather modification efforts are not new to China.
The mayor of Moscow is hoping to implement a weather modification plan that would prevent the traditional snows from blanketing Moscow this winter. And his plan may have already been tested…with interesting results.
A rare cloud formation was spotted over Moscow this week, inciting widespread discussion of UFO sightings throughout the city – concerns which spread across the globe instantly via the internet. But the cloud had a much more scientific explanation.