The winds have been unusual this fall. Usually a north wind is "part and parcel of the turn of the season" but so far the wind has been "sporadic without a sense of direction."
Russian weather officials and environmentalists have said climate change is a major factor behind the increase in fires.
The strong winds toppled boats, threw shipping containers into the bay, and even blew the windows out of American President Lines crane. The winds came during a storm from the remnants of Typhoon Bavi.
At least 88 waterspouts or funnels were spotted across the Great Lakes this week, setting a new world record, according to the International Centre for Waterspout Research (ICWR).
On the night of July 29 in the Stavropol region, a sharp deterioration in the weather led to severe consequences. Stormy winds with a downpour damaged power lines and uprooted trees.
On Saturday night a new cold record was measured for July at Sognefjellshytta. There is unusually high cold and wind in several places in Norway right now. And little indicates improvement over the next few days.
The mountain crossings linking the east and west are all open, but on these mountain crossings it has snow.
Finland says the low concentrations of radioactive material found in air samples pose no danger.
Air quality sinks to hazardous levels as biggest cloud seen in a generation swamps region after transatlantic journey
Abnormally warm weather will be established in the north of the Asian part of the country: in Yakutia, Chukotka and Krasnoyarsk region. In these regions, the temperature will reach 30 degrees Celsius.
The temperature in Verkhoyansk hit 38 degrees Celsius on Saturday, according to Pogoda i Klimat, a website that compiles Russian meteorological data.
Elevated pollen levels in Anchorage and across Alaska raise questions about changes in respiratory health and the importance of having good air quality during the coronavirus pandemic.
Seeing pollen in rainwater is unusual.
On a recent family vacation, stranded Velella velella were observed on beaches near Tofino, British Columbia.
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.