Heat wave nears peak from Midwest to Maine, with millions sweating

SQUAM LAKE, NH (AP) – As New England cooked in a Heat wave Campground guests on Thursday kept their food and beer cold with blocks of ice harvested months earlier from a frozen lake. And although some relief is expected in the eastern Great Lakes region and New England starting Friday, the National Weather Service … Read more

Tropical Storm Alberto: First named storm of the season forms in the Gulf

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Tropical Storm Alberto formed in the southwest Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, the first named storm of what is expected to be a busy hurricane season. Alberto, which brings strong winds, heavy rain and flooding along the coasts of Texas and Mexico, is expected to make landfall in northern Mexico on … Read more

New Mexico wildfires: Governor declares state of emergency as thousands flee

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Thousands of southern New Mexico residents fled a mountain village as a wind-driven wildfire ravaged homes and other buildings and killed at least one person . The authorities warned that the danger was not over. The governor of New Mexico. Michelle Lujan Grisham declared a state of emergency covering Ruidoso … Read more

US acknowledges Northwest dams have devastated the region’s Native tribes

SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S. government on Tuesday acknowledged, for the first time, the harmful role it has played over the past century in building and operating dams in the Pacific Northwest — dams that devastated Native American tribes by inundating their villages and decimating salmon runs while bringing electricity, irrigation and jobs to nearby … Read more

US heat wave: Tens of millions remain under dangerous heat warnings

Extreme heat alerts affected tens of millions of people in the United States on Tuesday, as cities including Chicago broke records earlier this year. a week of sweltering weather. Midwest States I started baking on Monday in what the National Weather Service called a dangerous, long-lasting heat wave expected to stretch from Iowa to Maine … Read more

Severe weather in the United States: extreme heat in the Southwest, rain in the Gulf and snow in the Rockies

PHOENIX — Extreme temperatures are expected this week in the United States. Authorities have warned residents in the southwest to take precautions as a heat wave moves east, while heavy rain and flooding could inundate Gulf states and snow threatens parts of the Rocky Mountains and the Northwest. Extreme heat spread across Arizona, New Mexico … Read more

Severe and chaotic weather in the United States with high temperatures in the Southwest and Midwest, snow in the Rockies

PHOENIX (AP) — Extreme heat spread across Arizona, New Mexico and parts of Texas, Colorado and Kansas as severe weather It swept across many parts of the United States on Sunday. There was unseasonably cold weather in the Pacific Northwest, snow was moving northward from the Rocky Mountains, and heavy rain was forecast from the … Read more

Much of the United States is bracing for extreme weather, from southern heat waves to possible snowfall in the Rockies.

After days of intense flooding In Florida, that state and many others are bracing for an intense heat wave, while the Pacific Northwest will see unusually cold weather and there is a chance of late season snow in the Rocky Mountains in Begining of the next week. The chaotic weather map includes the possibility of … Read more

Aerial photos show much of Teton Pass road collapse in Wyoming

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Much of a winding mountain pass road collapsed in Wyoming, authorities said Saturday, leaving a gaping chasm in the highway and cutting off a busy commuter link between the small towns in eastern Idaho and the tourist destination of Jackson. Aerial photos and drone videos of the collapse show the Teton … Read more

Scorching heat maintains its grip on the U.S. Southwest as records fall and forecasts reach triple digits

RENO, Nev. (AP) — The first heat wave of the year maintained its grip on the southwest United States Friday, a day after records fell in the region as temperatures topped 110 degrees Fahrenheit (43 degrees Celsius) from California to Arizona. Although the official start of summer is still two weeks away, about half of … Read more