Check out these shots of spectacular lighting and dramatic skies around the world.
The fragile Galapagos ecosystem may prove no match for the strong winds, heavy rains and warmer than usual ocean currents that accompany El Nino.
The desiccating Santa Ana winds of California may be blasting the land with fire-enhancing ozone carried all the way down from the stratosphere.
Numbers don't lie, and the data underlying California's drought do not have anything good to say.
As hurricane season kicks off June 1, we look back at some of the most destructive storms to make landfall in U.S. history.
In the case of major hurricanes-- a Category 3 or greater -- the United States has been in a dry spell for nine years.
The first images of thunder are created using triggered lightning -- and a lot of microphones -- to create an acoustic signature.
A volcano in Chile that had been inactive for over 50 years suddenly erupted twice in the space of hours, blasting huge clouds of ash into the air and forcing the evacuation of around 5,000 people.
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