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March 2019
March 2019

More flood waters rising in storm damaged U.S. Midwest
About 2,000 Australians are being moved inland from part of the northern coast ahead of a powerful cyclone expected to hit this weekend. Evacuees are being moved by air and road from remote, mostly indigenous communities on the east coast of the Northern Territory, with most going to the provincial capital, Darwin.
A storm is developing along the East Coast that will bring wind, rain and snow to areas in the Northeast as another storm system is making its way across the desert Southwest.
Drone footage shows the extent of flooding in Bellevue, Nebraska, from the air as Gov. Pete Ricketts calls the event "the most widespread destruction we have ever seen in our state's history."
Never again will another Florence nor Michael devastate and forever alter the lives of those living along the eastern United States coastline in any future Atlantic hurricane seasons, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced this week. 
A week after Cyclone Idai hit coastal Mozambique and swept across the country to Zimbabwe, the death, damage and flooding continues in southern Africa, making it one of the most destructive natural disasters in the region's recent history. 
Scientists are warning that historic flooding could soon deluge parts of several Southern states along the lower Mississippi River, where floodwaters could persist for several weeks. 
Several counties in Western Oregon and Southwest Washington issued burn bans Wednesday after firefighters battled dozens of brush fires.
A storm forecast to undergo rapid strengthening will bring drenching rain, coastal flooding and heavy interior snow to part of the Northeast and may become the next bomb cyclone to affect the United States to end the week
A brief, scientific guide to the first day of spring.
A powerful tropical cyclone that lashed the northeast coast of Australia, closing ports and causing power outages, is expected to strengthen further Wednesday.
Satellite images show the extent of flooding in the midwest
JOHANNESBURG — The lives of hundreds of thousands of people are at risk after a cyclone ripped into central Mozambique and heavy rains continue to fall. Aid groups report people clinging to rooftops and trees as rivers burst their banks and waters rise. Authorities openly worry that the world has not grasped the severity of the crisis. Here is a look at the disaster that has killed untold hundreds of people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. ___ ...
“Tornado Alley” is the nickname given to the south-central region of the United States, where tornadoes tend to form at high frequency. Tornado Alley is not to be confused with Dixie Alley, which comprises the Gulf Coast area and also endures high frequency of tornadoes later in the year. It is important to note that […]
Doug and Eric Alberts are trying to round up the surviving hogs on their 9-acre farm in Fremont, Nebraska; there aren't many left
Floodwaters are washing away roads, making some communities unreachable and forcing drivers to make time-consuming detours in parts of the Midwest. 
Flooding will continue in waves and varying degrees of severity over the central United States, including a large part of the Mississippi River watershed, through the spring. 
Aid workers are rushing to rescue victims and airdrop food, water and blankets after a cyclone unleashed devastating floods in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi that left people clinging to trees and crammed onto rooftops. More than 350 people were confirmed dead, hundreds more were missing and thousands were at risk. Mozambique's president says the death toll from Cyclone Idai could reach 1,000.
While this late winter warm-up has western Canadians flocking outdoors and shedding the layers, danger lies in the mountains as the above seasonal and record breaking temperatures build.
Residents flee flooded homes in Nebraska
Whether you observe from the sea or from the air, there's less Antarctica to see every year
Days after a massive blizzard, some of the cars left abandoned on the side of the road are still waiting for their owners.
This landlocked state shouldn't have any islands. But deadly flooding here could get worse before it gets better.
<p>The number of people killed in Cyclone Idai and recent flooding in Mozambique could rise to around 1,000, President Filipe Nyusi said on state broadcaster Radio Mocambique on Monday.</p>
<p>Flash floods in Indonesia's easternmost province of Papua have killed at least 42 people and badly injured 21 others, a local disaster agency official told Reuters on Sunday.</p>
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