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Report's maps show geologists' predictions of where and how often future earthquakes may occur and how strongly they may shake the ground.
A massive line of thunderstorms can be unnerving, but squall lines, as meteorologists call them, are a fairly common phenomenon during the summer season. Continue reading →
A massive, unexplained hole is discovered in a gas-rich area of Siberia called the 'end of the world.'
Late summer will see a return of cyanobacteria, the toxic, oxygen-depleting blue-green slime that has been plaguing Lake Erie in recent years, according to NOAA scientists. Continue reading →
The cold front sweeping across the United States is not technically a polar vortex, but it will bring significantly lower temperatures.
Yellowstone National Park closed a popular road after geothermal heat cooked the asphalt.
The Japan Meteorological Agency said a local tsunami of up to one metre (3.3 feet) could impact the Pacific coastline after the quake.
The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) on the Suomi-NPP satellite catches a glimpse of a storm churning with 150-mile-per-hour winds.
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