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June 21, 2019: Potent thunderstorms have been blamed for one death and left hundreds of thousands of people without power.
June 21, 2019: Scenes of streets turning to rivers, stranding motorists, were common in many communities across the United States this week, while damaging storms left scars behind after unleashing fierce winds, extremely large hail and tornadoes.
June 16, 2019: The Happy Spot was a little depressed.
June 16, 2019: Heavy rains caused unprecedented delays in planting this year and contributed to record floods across the central United States.
June 15, 2019: New UK research predicts extremes of weather will hit food productionGlobal heating could bring many more bouts of severe drought as well as increased flooding to Africa than previously forecast, scientists have warned.New research says the continent will experience many extreme outbreaks of intense rainfall over th...
June 13, 2019: Spell check can't fix all your mistakes. Just ask President Trump. On Twitter Thursday, Trump posted a tweet about meeting the Prince of Wales. Unfortunately and predictably for the president, he confused Wales (the country that's part of the United Kingdom) with whales (the lovable sea mammals).  Image: screen...
June 11, 2019: Some sites were reverted to default themes.
June 10, 2019: Flash flood warnings remain in place until Monday evening.
June 10, 2019: Flooding swamped parts of North Carolina over the weekend, as a near-record crest of the Mississippi River occurred in St. Louis.
June 9, 2019: Six people have died and one is missing after heavy rains and flooding in southeastern China.
June 8, 2019: The Midwest floods have highlighted a gap in disaster readiness: Fewer Americans are buying flood insurance, even as climate change increases their risk.
June 8, 2019: Research shows that more people are linking climate change to extreme weather events, like the ongoing flooding in America's heartland. Experts are hoping that also inspires action.
June 7, 2019: The U.N. refugee agency says heavy rains have triggered severe flooding in southwestern Libya since late May, killing four people and forcing more than 2,500 to flee their homes.
June 6, 2019: Six weeks after moving into their new place on Mississippi Lake in the Ontario town of Carleton Place, the dream home of residents Beverly and Mike Paasila turned into a nightmare.
June 4, 2019: For a week and a half, all 610 residents of Webbers Falls have been forcibly evacuated from their homes poised beside the bulging Arkansas River as historic floods have swept through the once cozy community, threatening the lives and livelihoods of every single person and pet.
June 3, 2019: The Great Flood of 1993, one of the worst in American history, left entire towns ravaged. With heavy spring rains and saturated soil, some fear a repeat.
June 1, 2019: Severe weather has spawned multiple tornadoes, flooding and even snow across America’s Midwest and Northeast Continue reading...
May 31, 2019: Prices are rising and planting is far behind schedule as farmers face a complex new calculus about what to plant—or whether to plant at all.
May 28, 2019: Severe weather is expected to move eastwards, with flood warnings issued for Omaha Valley in Nebraska.
May 27, 2019: Firefighters and animal rescuers made their way into a flooded town in eastern Oklahoma, seeking the pets that fleeing residents had left behind.
May 25, 2019: Evacuations are underway as flooding is impacting areas across the Central US
May 25, 2019: Evacuations are underway as flooding is impacting areas across Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois and parts of Nebraska and Iowa.
May 24, 2019: First came floods across Nebraska and Iowa. Then the Mississippi River rose and rose, threatening towns. And on Wednesday, a series of violent tornadoes tore through the region.
May 24, 2019: Storm and flood warnings remain in place after days of deadly weather in the Plains and Midwest.
May 23, 2019: A relentless barrage of violent weather in the central United States left three people dead on Thursday, local media said, as tornadoes raked across southwest Missouri and devastated the state capital, and heavy rain flooded rivers in Oklahoma.