The locals call it Black Sky, a combination of weather conditions and the exhaust from dozens of factories in this industrial city on the Yenisei river.
The raspberries believes spring has begun now. They have started to bloom and have no idea that the cold temperatures may come in an instant.
Shishaldin Volcano is spewing ash up to 27,000 feet in sky, leading to flight cancelations.
Shishaldin Volcano also erupted last month, sending ash over the Bering Sea.
Residents fled toward the waterside as winds pushed an emergency-level wildfire towards their homes. The town was shrouded in darkness from the smoke before turning an unnerving shade of bright red.
Ocean temperatures as much as 6 degrees higher than usual are developing off the east coast.
Open water over the ocean creates conditions that lead to hoar frost and rime ice. These conditions impact travel and are expected to become more common as ice forms later in Norton Sound.
November is typically the wettest and stormiest month of the year here on Vancouver Island, but not this year. If it seemed drier than usual, you would be right.
Storm event brought high winds and flooding and landslides to Ensenada.
From Jan. 1 through Friday, Hawaii has set or tied 281 record high temperatures at official Weather Service stations located at four island airports ― in Honolulu, Hilo, Lihue and Kahului.
For the third year in a row, an enormous wildfire is destroying homes and properties in California, with smaller fires raging elsewhere in the state.
Several trains have been delayed and canceled due to the storm.
This time weather experts think the blackout was caused by smoke from wildfires mixing with heavy rain clouds.
An unseasonable rain event brought high rainfall and led to high water, especially around noon on August 3rd.
Weather watchers are focused on the world's most northerly community, which is in the middle of a record-breaking heat wave.
Thunderstorms are unusual in Unalakleet; however, a thunderstorm cell persisted in the area for longer than usual. Hot, dry conditions across Alaska have increased the risk of wildland fire, including that started from lightening strike.
Unusual cone clouds in the air likely produced precipitation that evaporated before reaching the ground, due to unusually warm conditions.
A four-day heatwave across western Europe that killed seven people began to ease slightly on Sunday, as temperature alerts were cut back and wildfires slowly brought under control.
Little to no apparent management posed possible ecological and environmental health concerns.