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Hurricane Nicole sheds light on how storms impact deep ocean
In early October 2016, a tropical storm named Nicole formed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. It roamed for six days, reaching Category 4 hurricane status with powerful 140 mile-per hour-winds, before hitting the tiny island of Bermuda as a Category 3.
Atlantic hurricane season begins after three years of big storms
The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season began Saturday, and authorities are warning coastal residents to stock up on supplies and remain vigilant after a spate of intense storms in recent years.
Hirscher storms to sixth consecutive giant slalom win
Olympic champion Marcel Hirscher of Austria set a blistering pace to snatch a sixth consecutive victory in the men's World Cup giant slalom at Alta Badia on Sunday.
Climate change could lead to threefold increase in powerful storms
Powerful storms that cause extreme weather conditions such as flooding across Europe and North America, with the potential to wreak social and economic havoc, could increase threefold by the end of the 21st century due to climate change.
Death toll from Italy storms surges past 30
Floods killed 12 people on the island of Sicily, including nine members of a single family, pushing Italy's week-long storm toll beyond 30, rescuers said Sunday.
Dry lakes and dust storms: Dramatic changes to Yukon glaciers warning for planet, researchers say
The dramatic changes to the glaciers in the southwest Yukon in Canada are an early warning of what climate change could mean for the rest of the planet, researchers say.
Increase in size, frequency of ocean storms a threat to global fisheries
Fishermen around the world will face an influx of larger, more powerful ocean storms, new research suggested.
More storms expected due to global warming, scientists say
Scientists say the devastating intensity of hurricanes such as Harvey is consistent with global warming trends, rising seas, warming oceans, hotter air, and warn of "bigger and stronger" storms to come.
Storms in US South and Midwest kill at least 14 people
Deadly weekend storms have left at least 14 dead in the Midwestern and Southern US, according to officials, as eastern regions faced potential damaging winds and isolated tornadoes into Monday.
Europe faces droughts, floods, storms
Europe’s Atlantic-facing countries will suffer heavier rainfalls, greater flood risk, more severe storm damage and an increase in ‘multiple climatic hazards’, according to the most comprehensive study of Europe’s vulnerability to climate change yet.
Deadly storms continue battering US South
A dangerous weekend weather system killed at least 18 people in the US South, with Georgia officials reporting more than a dozen deaths on Sunday after severe thunderstorms and tornadoes buffeted several states.
Solar storms could trigger sparks on lunar poles
New research suggested the lunar poles can experience sparks — miniature lightning strikes — that could melt the moon's soil.
Iran storms past Vietnam into AFC U-16 Championship semifinals
Allahyar Sayyad bagged a brace as Islamic Republic of Iran advanced to the semifinals of the AFC U-16 Championship India 2016 after a resounding 5-0 quarterfinal victory over Vietnam at Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium On Sunday.
Tornadoes, strong storms hit central US states
Tornadoes were spotted in two central states on Tuesday as the National Weather Service warned large swaths of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas could be hit by twisters, destructive hail and high winds.
4 more die in US storms, death toll reaches 22
Four more people have died in tornadoes and flooding this week in the southern United States bringing the total number of dead to 22, local officials and media report.

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