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Category Four Hurricane Matthew Expected to Cause Widespread Devastation From Florida to North Carolina (October 6, 2016): Hurricane Matthew is expected to run along the coast of eastern Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina causing potentially catastrophic damage.

Massive Destruction in Jeremie, Haiti from Hurricane Matthew (October 6, 2016): Aerial footage has revealed massive destruction in Jeremie, Haiti from Hurricane Matthew. Less than 1% of houses remain standing.

360-Degree Video of Tornado Recorded in Colorado (May 23, 2016): This 360-degree video of a close-range tornado was recorded neary Wray, Colorado. It was shared by AccuWeather.

NASA Uses Satellites to Track Volcanic Ash (May 15, 2016): NASA is using satellites to track volcanic ash. The NASA/NOAA/DoD Suomi NPP satellite maps the concentration of sulfur dioxide and volcanic aerosols

Colorado Tornado Photograph Wins 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest (December 29, 2015): A photograph of a Colorado tornado named DIRT has won the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest. It was taken by James Smart.

Cyclone Chapala Is Second Strongest Cyclone Recorded in Arabian Sea (October 30, 2015): Cyclone Chapala could become the strongest storm recorded in the Arabian Sea. It currently has winds of 150 mph.

Study Finds Persian Gulf Climate May Become Too Hot for Humans (October 26, 2015): A new study from MIT and Loyola Marymount University has found that Climate Change may make the Persian Gulf too hot at times for humans to survive.

Hurricane Patricia is Strongest Hurricane Ever Measured (October 23, 2015): Hurricane Patricia is now the strongest hurricane ever measured. It is headed for the southern central Mexico coast.

UK's Met Office to Let Public Name Storms (September 9, 2015): The UK's Met Office is going to let the public name storms in the UK and Ireland.

Jim Bean Firenado Video Virals (September 4, 2015): A Jim Beam factory leak in 2003 lead to this unique bourbon-fueled Firenado. The video is now viraling.

Three Major Hurricanes in the Pacific Ocean (August 30, 2015): Satellite imagery shows three major hurricanes in the Pacific - east of the IDL - at one time.

MSG-4 Weather Satellite Returns First Image of Earth (August 4, 2015): The MSG-4 weather satellite has taken its first iamge of Earth. The image was taken with the SEVIRI instrument.

Satellite Images Show Beijing Quadrupled in Size From 2000 to 2009 (July 4, 2015): Data from NASA's QuikScat satellite shows Beijing quadrupled in size from 2000 to 2009. The city's winter temperatures also climbed.

Study: Increase in Carbon Emissions Boosts Risk of Megadroughts (February 14, 2015): NASA study finds an increase in carbon emissions increases the risk of megadroughts.

Chicago Gets 19.3 Inches of Snow and Detroit Gets 16.7 Inches (February 2, 2015): The Chicago blizzard over the weekend dumped 19.3 inches of snow. This made it the city's 5th biggest snowstorm.

Funny or Die Launches Free Weather App (January 27, 2015): Funny or Die has launched a free weather app providing real weather forecasts and humor.

Driver Narrowly Avoids Falling Trees During Australian Storm (January 23, 2015): A driver narrowly avoided getting clobbered by falling trees during a storm near Healesville, Australia.

Researchers Say California Drought is Worst Drought in 1,200 Years (December 9, 2014): Researchers say the California drought is the worst drought in the region in 1,200 years.

NOAA: Near Normal or Below Normal Atlantic Hurricane Season Likely in 2014 (June 2, 2014): NOAA sees a near-normal or slightly below-normal 2014 Atlantic hurricane season.

Video Shows Thick Fog Rolling in over Lake Michigan (May 24, 2014): A video shows thick fog rolling in on Lake Michigan. The video shows the fog rolling towards a boat belonging to two people on a fishing trip.

Ancient Egyptian Calcite Block Contains World's Oldest Weather Report (April 2, 2014): An ancient Egyptian calcite block contains the world's oldest weather report.

Great Lakes Still Over 80% Ice Covered (February 28, 2014): The Great Lakes are still 80.3 percent ice covered. NASA's Aqua satellite captured this latest frozen image of the ice covered lakes.

NASA's Earth Observatory Shares Image of Nearly Frozen Over Lake Erie (January 20, 2014): An image acquired by NASA's Aqua satellite on January 9th shows a Lake Erie that is 90% ice covered.

NASA Satellite Captures Midwest White Out (January 8, 2014): NASA's GOES-EAST satellite captured white out conditions in the midwest.

NASA Aqua Composite Satellite Image Shows Massive Winter Storm (January 3, 2014): This NASA Aqua satellite image shows the massive winter storm moving up the east coast.

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