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An aurora can dance across the night sky in a variety of colors in one of nature's most breathtaking phenomenon.
A storm sending snow to the Ohio Valley on Friday night will bypass the swath from Philadelphia to New York City on Saturday, but may still swing northward along the Atlantic coast during Saturday night.
A magnitude 5.3 earthquake shook Southern California early Thursday afternoon, the strongest earthquake to rattle the region since 2014.
A blast of arctic air will bring frigid nights to the central United States and may cause damage to the winter wheat crop over the southern Plains this weekend.
The risk of severe thunderstorms and flooding downpours will return to parts of the south-central and southeastern United States spanning Friday and Saturday.
The common misconception is that cell phones attract lightning. This isn't the case.
Capable of flattening entire neighborhoods and taking many lives, a tornado's winds can reach speeds of up to 300 mph.
Residents of California are being put on alert for a renewed risk of flooding, mudslides and travel disruptions through the first part of the weekend.
Strong winds howled across part of the northeastern United States and Ontario on Wednesday, leaving thousands without power and causing widespread travel disruptions.
Lingering Arctic air will set the stage for additional snowfall in the northeastern United States over the next five days, including the potential for a few inches of snow during the first full weekend of April.