Unless we have some winnol-weather or lamb-blasts on the way, it seems spring is finally coming.
This winter, take advantage of a feature on your ice scraper you may be ignoring.
We dig into this winter puzzler.
Icy windshields can delay your trip, but not if you have an onion handy.
Whether you're enjoying a bout of sunshine, enduring a sudden downpour, or suffering through a drought, the obscure corners of English have the word for you.
Requiring a sufficiently large lake is only the first step in creating the monstrous blizzards known as lake-effect snow.
“I’m sick and tired of hearing that ‘Cheryl was no lady as she devastated such and such a town,’” Roxcy Bolton said. She wasn't alone in her exasperation.
Waffle House can help first responders assess conditions in areas battered by storms—and serve them breakfast.
In order to assign a numeric category value to a hurricane, meteorologists look to the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.
Just five years after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is again largely without power or clean water. Here’s how to help.
If snow sports and curling up with a good book and steaming mug of tea are your favorite activities, you might want to consider moving to one of America's chilliest states.
The conditions for stifling heat are pretty easy to explain, and so is the solution: Keep cool.
If you’re looking for a change of scenery, don’t underestimate the importance of sunlight.
Few volcanoes had had such a dramatic and devastating impact on the world as Indonesia's Mount Tambora.
Is it really not the heat, but the humidity? With temperatures spiking around the world, it's a good time to answer some questions about the heat index.
One place in Venezuela, near the confluence of the Catatumbo River and Lake Maracaibo, experiences lightning storms almost every day.
We’re all familiar with the phrase “raining cats and dogs,” but what about fish and frogs and raw meat?
June has arrived, which means that hurricane season is here (the season officially runs from June 1 through November 30). When it comes to these massive systems, there's more than meets the eye.
If you've ever watched the sun set in the desert, you may have noticed more spectacular colors than you're used to. There's a good reason for that.