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As temperatures soared to summertime levels across the Bay Area, Gov. Gavin Newsom was at Tilden Regional Park in the East Bay hills Tuesday to warn that wildfires don’t only threaten California’s rural regions. “About 25 percent of California lives on the wildland-urban interface” and other high fire-risk areas, Newsom said. “Contra Costa and Alameda County, you’re as vulnerable as Butte County and as vulnerable as Northern California...
Spring is busting out all over in the Northern Hemisphere. 
A new study finds that even when the rain is just a drizzle it increases your risk of a fatal car crash by 27 percent. This week's study uses weather data to analyze 125,000 US deadly car crashes and finds that overall rain and snow increase risk of a deadly accident by 34 percent. 
New science warns that melting ice and permafrost could set off feedback loops that make climate change worse.
Climbers were brought in on Tuesday to unfurl protective tarpaulins over Notre-Dame to protect it from the rain after the Parisian cathedral was left badly damaged and open to the elements by fire last week.
It's another overcast day in Maine, but there's reason for cheer in Caribou. The National Weather Service reports that the city is mostly snow-free after setting a record for longest stretch with at least an inch of snow on the ground. Officially, there was at least 1 inch of snow on the ground for 163 days, from Nov. 10 to April 21.
Mother Nature is cranking up the furnace. On Tuesday, temperatures around the Bay Area are expected to soar 10 to 20 degrees above average with high-70s to low-80s on the coast and high-80s inland. 
After a seasonably mild April so far, residents across California and much of the southwestern United States should brace for the first significant heat wave of the year this week. A ridge of high pressure will build across the Southwest this week, pushing temperatures into the 90s and even 100s in spots.
Texas is expecting heavy rain the next several days.
While a severe weather outbreak is not expected, heavy, gusty thunderstorms will stretch from the eastern Great Lakes to the western slopes of the central Appalachians and part of the Ohio Valley into Tuesday evening. 
<p>Having Hurricane Michael acknowledged as a Category 5 hurricane brings much-needed attention to communities still struggling 190-plus days later. The Florida state legislature is currently in session working on House Bill 1610, which could appropriate up to $300 million in aid.</p>
Climate change is real and increasingly a part of our daily lives. Here are the latest scientific facts on this human-caused shift to weather systems.
A Vietnamese district saw a high of 110ºF on Saturday
We live in an era of accelerating climate change, and the Greenland ice sheet is Exhibit A. A rapid meltdown is occurring due to rising temperatures, and the rate of loss is quickening.
Dynamic views of our planet on Earth Day.
Concern over climate change is highest in the Northeastern and Western U.S., according to new data released Monday. Sixty-seven percent of Americans surveyed by Gallup living in the Northeast and West believe climate change is now occurring.&nbsp;
Hawaii's iconic Waikiki Beach could soon be underwater as rising sea levels caused by global warming overtake its white sand beaches and bustling city streets. So state lawmakers are trying to pass legislation that would defend against routine coastal flooding that may become the norm in as little as 15 years.&nbsp;
NORMAN, Okla. — The atmosphere was in turmoil before sunrise one day last week, and more than 58 million people were at risk.
Four small earthquakes hit different parts of Alaska over the weekend, according to an earthquake monitoring center.
Calmer weather settling in over the southern and eastern United States early this week will continue to assist cleanup efforts in the wake of the three-day severe weather outbreak. The outbreak left a trail of damage from the southern Plains to the Atlantic coast s<g class="gr_ gr_5 gr-alert gr_gramm gr_inline_cards gr_run_anim Punctuation only-ins replaceWithoutSep" id="5" data-gr-id="5">pann</g>ing this past Wednesday to Friday.&nbsp;
From spring flowers to the last of winter's snow, here are the best weather photos of the week.
American summers are hot.
Southern California experienced 1.8 million earthquakes between 2008 and 2017, equivalent to one quake every three minutes, seismologists say.
Temperatures in March were the second hottest on record around the globe, according to new U.S. government ...
“Climate change is happening faster than it’s ever happened before in our record,” said Bryan Thomas, station chief for the United States' northernmost climate observatory. “We’re right in the middle of it.”
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