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U.S. Farmers Are Up to Their Ears in Corn
Months of wet weather have fueled expectations for a U.S. corn crop so large that mounds of the grain will be a common sight across the Midwest after the harvest, which starts next month.
Death Valley was cooler than Missoula, Montana on Sunday
Death Valley, Calif., which is known for being the world’s hottest location, maxed out at a relatively chilly 89 degrees on Sunday. This temperature – nearly 30 degrees below average – was its coolest high temperature on record for the date by a whopping
B.C. heat wave on its way
A ridge of high pressure is pushing warm weather up the coast. Temperatures will rise throughout the week and are set to peak on Wednesday.
Tornado touches down in New Tecumseth, Ont.
Environment Canada has confirmed that a tornado touched down in New Tecumseth, Ont., where a roof was torn off a home, causing part of its upper floor to cave in Tuesday afternoon.
Alberta flooding continues after heavy rainfall overnight
Last night's heavy rain has caused flooding in some areas of southern Alberta to worsen. The areas getting hit hardest by rising floodwaters include Fort Macleod, Claresholm, the Blood Reserve and rural areas in Lethbridge County.
Flood watch, rainfall warnings issued in southern Alberta
A flood watch has been issued for the Crowsnest River, Willow Creek and Wallaceville area of High River. Environment Canada is also warning Albertans who live in the southwest corner of the province that heavy rainfall is expected in the area.
Severe thunderstorms, tornadoes sweep through U.S. Midwest |
Intense thunderstorms and tornadoes swept across the Midwest on Sunday, causing extensive damage in several central Illinois communities while sending people to their basements for shelter and even prompting officials at Soldier Field in Chicago to delay
Record-breaking rainfall drenches N.B.
At least one car flipped and several others went skidding as heavy rainfall hit New Brunswick on Friday, creating dangerous driving conditions and some flooding.
Storms kill 1 person, leave 400,000 without power in Quebec
High winds caused by storms that swept through parts of southern Ontario and Quebec are being blamed for the death of 21-year-old woman and the loss of power to hundreds of thousands of Hydro-Québec customers. Tornado warnings that were in place have now
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