Hints of Climate Change in California’s Drought - The pressure that’s on drought-hit Californians to conserve dwindling water supplies is largely the result of a stubborn ridge of high pressure that has been parking itself off their coastline. That ridge has blocked water-laden winter storms, sending them spiraling northward instead of into the Golden State, reducing snowpacks that Californians use as they melt to satiate their thirsts, lawns and industrial operations.
Surviving the Polar Vortex. As massive snowstorms and weather systems from the North Pole drop sub-zero temperatures on us, we should be prepared to deal with the extreme cold. This board offers tips on surviving these extreme temperatures.
April 3, 2012 -- 13 tornados hit Dallas, Texas and surrounding communities (Arlington, Lancaster & Forney). Donate now to help us rebuild Dallas - Rebuilding Together - Greater Dallas | http://www.rebuildingdallas.org/
188,000 evacuated as California’s massive Oroville Dam threatens catastrophic floods