Some beaches in the northeastern United States are dealing with more than the threat of COVID-19 this holiday weekend. They have to contend with an unwelcome visitor: the Lion's Mane jellyfish.
Low temperatures and precipitation in the form of snow have been reported on several transitions during the day.
Trees across the region were torn down by the stormy gusts, falling on houses, cars and power lines.
Most of the blazes are in a region that saw possibly the hottest-ever temperature above the Arctic Circle this month.
A viral video shows the insects blanketing the vehicles in an auto dealership parking lot. The incidence of swarming of this species of moth, aspen tortrix, is increasing.
Finland says the low concentrations of radioactive material found in air samples pose no danger.
Invisible for humans, but detectable for radiation-filters. A cloud with tiny levels of radioactivity, believed to originate from western Russia, has been detected over Scandinavia and European Arctic.
That includes the trail at the south end of Wrigley Lake in North Dumfries
Saint Lucia’s Ministry of Health has advised citizens to take measures to protect themselves from the ill effects of Saharan dust.
Denise Fernandez has lived on the island her entire life and says she's never seen waves like she did on Monday.
Toxic fuel from 21,000 ton leak reaches pristine lake, bypassing floating booms, as rivers of diesel pollution cover-up is exposed.
President Vladimir Putin declared a state of emergency last Wednesday, several days after 21,000 metric tons of diesel leaked from a collapsed fuel tank outside the city of Norilsk.The pollution now risks running north into the Arctic Ocean.
After the thunderstorms that moved through Southcentral Sunday evening, Anchorage broke a new record…the most consecutive days with a thunderstorm: three.
Train service between Hämeenlinna and Toijala was halted by a fallen tree, while some 13,000 households lost power.
Residents near the University of Victoria are cautioned to be vigilant as authorities are responding to sightings of a bear in the area.
There is still a lot of snow melt remaining and continued risk of flooding and landslides in large parts of the country. Now experts are hoping for the least amount of rainfall to avoid the most dramatic situations.
Wildfires in Russia have burned across a combined area the size of Greece so far in 2020, surpassing official estimates threefold. Experts warn that this year’s blazes could become the most destructive in history.
This summer, more wasps have been found around Nome.
The North Pacific Humpback whale population has increased, and sightings are becoming more common.