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August 19, 2019: National Farmers’ Union says only farms in south-east England able to start harvestAugust’s wet weather has brought this year’s wheat harvest to a “shuddering halt”, the deputy president of the National Farmers’ Union has said.Guy Smith said farmers outside the south-east of England had been left unable ...
August 11, 2019: Monsoon flooding in India has led to dozens of deaths and hundreds of thousands of people being evacuated.
August 9, 2019: Chinese authorities have declared a state of emergency on the country’s east coast in preparation for the mighty Typhoon Lekima approaching the mainland, bringing torrential downpours and deadly winds.
July 29, 2019: These exceptional rainstorms appear to be part of a trend toward more extreme events connected to climate change.
July 26, 2019: The Met Office team on a south Atlantic island reveal the extreme lengths they go to in order to forecast the weatherAt 11.15am on a blustery spring morning, Lori Bennett stands on an exposed bluff on the remote south Atlantic island of St Helena, holding a gigantic, wobbling balloon. The wind is roaring, waves are ...
July 20, 2019: A line of severe thunderstorms that erupted over South Dakota during the early morning hours of Saturday has been producing a continuous path of wind damage and gusts more than 60 mph, meeting the definition of a derecho.
July 14, 2019: The storm was expected to deluge Louisiana with rain on Sunday.
July 14, 2019: Barry quickly lost its punch after coming ashore Saturday as the first hurricane of the year. But up to 20 inches of rain may fall as the system moves inland. Omar Villafranca, in Mandeville on Lake Ponchartrain, reports.
July 12, 2019: The National Weather Service said river levels in New Orleans will rise at least two feet above the designated flood stage by Saturday.
July 11, 2019: The slow-moving storm is making its way toward an expected landfall on Saturday, possibly as a hurricane. The Louisiana coast should prepare for rain, and a lot of it.
July 11, 2019: The slow-moving storm is making its way toward an expected landfall on Saturday, possibly as a hurricane. The Louisiana coast should prepare for rain, and a lot of it.
July 10, 2019: Heavy thunderstorms dumped half a foot of rain on the Big Easy early Wednesday morning, with more on the way, causing numerous travel impacts around the region.
July 10, 2019: Bourbon Street was under water Wednesday after heavy thunderstorms dumped half a foot of rain on the Big Easy, causing numerous travel impacts around the region. And a lot more is on the way.
July 9, 2019: More than 3.4 inches of rain fell in Washington, D.C., on Monday.
July 9, 2019: Tuesday marked the 8th day of rain-free play at Wimbledon; however, that streak may come to an end as early as Wednesday.
July 8, 2019: Just over a month into the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season, a tropical threat may be brewing along the Gulf Coast that could bring heavy rain across portions of the Southeast.
July 2, 2019: Two days of rain have caused at least 15 deaths and disrupted transport in India's financial capital.
June 29, 2019: Sunday is the end of the 2018-19 rainfall season in California, and you may have heard that the season’s precipitation totals were extraordinary. The figures show that the season was good — above-normal — but not in the top 20% of wettest seasons. California rainfall season summary Percentage of...
June 12, 2019: President Trump toured an energy plant and said farmers will prosper when he's done negotiating trade deals. Many U.S. farmers are seeing their livelihoods hurt right now because of trade disputes with countries like China and recent record rainfalls. Dean Reynolds reports.
June 12, 2019: All Illinois farmer Dave Kestle has right now are a few tiny plants, just barely poking through the ground
June 12, 2019: The weather has been a problem for American farmers at the same time the Trump administration is waging a trade war with China. But some farmers support the president and believe his policy will lead to better trade deals. Dean Reynolds reports.
June 10, 2019: Waters continue to rise in the southeastern United States, threatening more lives and property.
June 9, 2019: Waters continue to rise in the southeastern United States, threatening more lives and property.
June 9, 2019: Waters continue to rise in the southeastern United States, threatening more lives and property.
June 7, 2019: Tropical downpours will raise flooding concerns and ruin outdoor plans as over a month's worth of rain is unleashed across the South into early next week.