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Arctic Ice Melt Lets Polar Vortex Flow South: Study
The increase in open water in the Arctic off Russia is disrupting the jet stream and allowing cold polar air to escape, a new study says.
Apparent Tornado Touches Down in Michigan
Officials believe a tornado was to blame for damage in Ostego County, Mich., on Monday. There are no reports of serious injuries from the storm.
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Lava Gushes From Iceland Volcano
Fountains of lava up to 200-feet high spurt from a fissure in the ground on the north side of the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland.
Tornadoes, Storms Slam Midwest
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Season's Fifth Tropical Depression Forms in Gulf
If it reaches tropical storm strength, the weather system, which is headed for the Mexican coast, would be named Dolly.
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Lucky Charm: Double Rainbow Shines Over Marine One
A double rainbow appeared over Marine One minutes before President Barack Obama landed at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., on Monday.
Pennsylvania Boy Killed by Lightning Strike
Twenty-one people have died after getting struck by lightning in the U.S. this year.
Severe Storms Plague Holiday Weekend
Torrential rain, high winds and “hail the size of tennis balls” are plaguing parts of the country over the Labor Day weekend. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.
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So Much for Summer: Millions Face 'Miserable' Labor Day
Millions hoping for sunny end to summer were facing Labor Day disappointment as forecasters predicted bad weather for the Midwest and the East Coast.
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Heavy Rain Halts US Open
Intense rain stopped action at the U.S. Open in New York on Sunday evening.
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2 Hurt in Lightning Strike at New York City Beach
Two people are hospitalized in New York City with injuries from a lightning strike as heavy thunderstorms swept the tri-state, authorities say.
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So Long, Summer: Wicked Weather Batters Country
Conditions for tornadoes diminished, but strong thunderstorms were expected through the middle of the country and into the Northeast.
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All Clear: Iceland Volcano Eruption Over, Air Travel OK'd
Iceland officials lifted all airspace restrictions after they determined a small eruption in the Bardarbunga volcano system was over.
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Hot in Here: What Is an El Nino?
It appears that El Niño is looking to make its return. But what exactly is this weather event? NBC News Meteorologist Bill Karins explains.
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Waves Knock Out California Lifeguard Building
Large waves generated by Hurricane Marie knocked out Cove House Lifeguard Administrative Building in Point Mugu, California, Thursday.
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Surf's Up: Storms on Each Coast Bring Dangerous Waves
Neither Hurricane Cristobal or Tropical Storm Marie are expected to make landfall, but both have caused strong rip currents and massive surf.
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Storms on Both Coasts Kick Up Dangerous Surf, Epic Waves
While Tropical Storm Marie continues to send waves crashing on the West Coast, Hurricane Cristobal on the East Coast has claimed at least six lives.
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Southwest's Risk of 'Megadrought' Raised in Study
New research that used paleoclimate data to tweak climate models paints a sobering picture of the future for America's Southwest.
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Wild Waves, a Wedding Portrait: The Week in Pictures
A funeral in Ferguson, a doctor escapes Ebola, a truce in Israel and Gaza, surf’s up from Hurricane Marie, earthquake shakes Napa and more.
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Brutal Winter? Almanac Might Be Wrong, Scientists Say
A NOAA meteorologist says scientists aren't seeing the climate conditions that would indicate what the Almanac calls a "record breaking winter."
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Massive Storms Creating Dangerous Conditions
For SoCal Surfers, Tropical Storm Marie Means Surf's Up
Southern California beaches were crowded by surfers looking to ride some epic waves.
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