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Tornado-warned storms continued to rumble through north-central Texas early Saturday, bringing hail and damaging winds. Damage was reported near San Angelo, Texas, early Saturday from a possible tornado. The San Angelo Fire Department urged motorists to avoid driving in the area, noting that many streets are littered with storm debris and downed power lines. Flash flooding was also reported in spots. Click the link in our bio to read more. Photo courtesy of Twitter/CityofSanAngelo
Mid-May usually brings visions of jacket-less picnics, flowers in bloom and hot summer days quickly approaching. But in Turkey’s eastern Mus province, some roads are just being cleared of snow after a six month closure. Click the link in our bio to see more. Photo by Yahya Sezgin/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
Severe thunderstorms with tornadoes, damaging winds, large hail and flooding rain will return to the Plains in the coming days, beginning Thursday and lasting into early next week. Click the link in our bio to find out what to expect.
On this week’s Warming Signs podcast, Kait Parker talks to two television meteorologists who've stepped away from daily forecasting to take on the complicated issue of climate change. Hear how their work is helping to bring the science of climate change into local newsrooms by clicking the link in our bio.
A plastic waste agreement was just approved by more than 180 countries. The U.S. was not one of them. Click the link in our bio find out more. Photo via Getty Images
Scattered severe storms and more flash flooding will impact parts of the Southeast on Sunday as a slow-moving storm system finally begins to exit the region. Flash flooding is possible from the lower Mississippi Valley to Virginia. Click the link in our bio for more info.
Last month, a thousand well-heeled bankers, scrappy startups and energy CEOs sat down at the Bloomberg New Energy Finance conference in a swanky New York hotel to discuss the billions they would spend over the next 20 years to build cleaner energy and save the planet from the worst ravages of climate change. Their plans probably won’t work. Click the link in our bio to read more. Photo courtesy of Duke Energy
Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes will all be possible threats on Tuesday as severe storms head in to parts of Missouri and Kansas into Oklahoma and Texas. The greatest chance of tornadoes and destructive hail is in the Texas Panhandle, parts of West Texas, western Oklahoma and southwestern Kansas. Click the link in our bio to read more of today’s outlook.
Up to 1 million of Earth’s 8 million plant and animal species are threatened with extinction, many in a matter of years, because of us, scientists warned on Monday. Click the link in our bio to read about the accelerating loss of biodiversity and what that means for our planet.
Rain and thunderstorms will continue to roll through the southern Plains Friday. A few strong to severe thunderstorms, along with locally heavy rainfall, will also move through the Ohio Valley into parts of the mid-Atlantic Friday. Click the link in our bio for the latest.