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A Burlington, Vermont home is on the verge of falling into the Winooski River after an unexpected landslide ripped away its yard. WPTZ's Keele Smith reports.
Wild weather swept across the country Tuesday, with 26 possible tornadoes reported across four states.
Preliminary reports of minor damage from a probable tornado in Oklahoma hadn't been confirmed.
Severe storms in West Kansas produced a tornado that was caught on camera by nearby residents.
Tornado-warned storms produced hail of up to 2-inches on major routes around Alanreed, Texas, with other intense storms hitting further south.
The concert was delayed for at least two hours as Beyoncé fans filed out and then back in to TCF Bank Stadium.
Some 14 million Americans were facing violent thunderstorms with winds, hail and tornadoes possible across an area from Lake Superior to Mexico.
The cyclone weakened into a depression after striking coastal Bangladesh. Authorities moved about 500,000 from low-lying areas.
Driving conditions turned dangerous near Corpus Christi, Texas, as heavy rains caused flooding and brought down tree limbs.
Escapees from the wildfires that threatened Fort McMurray, Canada could start returning home by June 1.
Troops searching for survivors struggled in heavy mud after torrential rain triggered deadly landslides in Aranayake, Sri Lanka.
Violent storms sweeps through Florida RV park overnight. WPTV's Christina Noce reports.
Meteorologist Danielle Banks talks about the almost record breaking heat in Alaska, it's even hotter than Boston, Cleveland and Denver. She says
This rare beautiful rainbow phenomenon was recently caught on camera, by a photographer who said he just looked up, and got the shot.The Weather Chann
Thunderstorms and hail are forecast for the already deluged Southern Plains Tuesday, with Texas expected to be in the crosshairs.
Hail driven by severe winds pummeled parts of north Texas late Monday, while a tornado and supercells hit parts of Oklahoma.
The Oso Creek area near Corpus Christi, Texas, is experiencing flooding after heavy rains. KRIS' Carolina Flores reports.
Floods kill more people in the U.S. every year than tornadoes, earthquakes, and wildfires combined.
Texas and Louisisana, already inundated with rain, are among the Southern states bracing for even more downpours and flooding.
No government agency is charged with tracking lighting-related fatalities in the country, but the Associated Press reported that more than 64 people had been killed.