bombogenesis on a map
What does this ominous term, and related jargon like “bombogenesis,” tell us about the storm pounding states from Texas to Minnesota this week?
snow-covered road
In parts of the Midwest, flood waters are starting to abate. But elsewhere, they're still rising.
Brooklyn bridge under snow
The powerful storm that hit California on Sunday is set to bellow across America over next two to three days. 200 million Americans will be affected by heavy snow, torrential rain and crippling ice.
Hurricane Willa Makes Landfall in Mexico’s Pacific Coast

Category 3 Hurricane Willa made landfall on Mexico’s west coast Tuesday evening with “life-threatening storm surge, wind, and rainfall,” according to the National Hurricane Center.

Storm Leslie Makes Landfall in Portugal with 110 mph Gusty Winds

Hundreds of thousands of homes have been left without power as Portugal has been battered by one of the strongest ever storms.

Airbnb Expands Open Homes Program after Hurricane Michael

Airbnb has substantially expanded the activation zone for its Open Homes Program to aid residents of the Southeast forced to evacuate from their homes in connection with Hurricane Michael.

Michael Downgraded to Tropical Storm, Leaves Two Dead

The tiny town of Mexico Beach, Florida took the brunt of Hurricane Michael, which made landfall nearby with winds at 155mph. Entire homes were destroyed by driving winds, while others were completely submerged by water.

Hurricane Michael Likely to Hit the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday

Hurricane Michael, barreling toward Florida with winds as high as 110 mph, is threatening homes on the state's Gulf Coast worth as much as $13.4 billion, according to property analytics service CoreLogic. 

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Blizzards in March, when our thoughts start turning to spring, are never good news.

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