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Latest Weather Items
Hurricane Alex ripped off roofs, flooded streets and forced thousands of people to flee coastal fishing villages as it pushed into northern Mexico after making landfall as a powerful Category 2 storm.
Highways are increasingly clogged with storm chasers trying to beat each other in a risky race to capture the storms.
A hurricane watch has been issued for the coasts of south Texas and northeastern Mexico as Tropical Storm Alex gains strength. Forecasters said the storm could push oil from the Gulf spill farther inland.
Major rivers burst their banks in southern China, triggering massive floods that have killed 132 people and forced 860,000 to flee their homes, the government said Sunday. With dozens missing and more storms forecast, the death toll was expected to rise.
The death toll from flash floods in the hills above the French Riviera rose to 25 on Thursday as new thunderstorms threatened the picturesque region and cleanup efforts, officials said.
Flash floods in the back hills of the French Riviera on Wednesday killed at least 19 and turned streets into rivers.
Firefighters helping a 17-year-old girl escape swift floodwaters were forced to cling to treetops and await rescue themselves after 10 inches of rain deluged parts of the Oklahoma City area Monday.
Warmer weather and sunny skies are just around the bend, which regrettably means the mosquitoes are not too far behind.
WINDSOR, Colo. (AP) - Tornadoes touched down in northern Colorado and southern Wyoming yesterday, damaging buildings, flipping vehicles and killing at least one person.