Snowy details with meteorologist Tyler Hamilton
Snowy details with meteorologist Tyler Hamilton
Is this it, Canada? Climate data shows who can expect even more snow this winter season.
The 7.8 magnitude earthquake killed more than 5,200 people.
A rainy, windy Texas low approaching the Great Lakes will make for a difficult Thursday morning commute across parts of Ontario.
Transporation Saskatchewan came to a halt.
Quick moving system is serving up wet and slippery roads in parts of Ontario through Wednesday. No consistent cold in sight
This winter parts of the UK have already been hit by freezing temperatures and heavy snow - but a weather event expected to take place in the coming days has sparked fears the country could soon face an icy blast. A major sudden stratospheric warming (SSW) event is "now likely", according to forecasters - and could bring the return of bitterly cold conditions before spring. Sky News weather producer Chris England says "sudden stratospheric warmings can lead to colder conditions over parts of the Northern Hemisphere through their interaction with the jet stream".
Strong winds and heavy rain are possible for Toronto on Thursday after a warm up that saw temperatures swing from the negative double digits to spring-like plusses. Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the city, calling for 15 to 25 millimetres of rain and southwesterly gusts of 70 to 90 km/h from early morning through to the evening. The strongest winds are expected downwind of Lake Erie. The rain will begin over southwestern Ontario early Thursday, heading northeast th
Snow melt flooded the bear’s hibernation den and it became stuck.
After 13 years living in Canada, Neil Farley and his wife Ceri Williams were finally ready to return home to Britain – and in September last year, they completed the purchase of a house in the Yorkshire seaside resort of Hornsea.
UPDATED 7:56 a.m. PT to correct a misspelling of Shannon McPhail's name. On a dreary gray day in late October, passers by gawked at a scene outside a hotel in Smithers, B.C. The charred remnants of several trucks sat in the parking lot in the wake of what police described as a “targeted attack” in the pre-dawn hours of the morning. Among the blackened wreckage were four police cruisers — marked and unmarked vehicles with the RCMP’s Community-Industry Response Group, a special task force assigned
A new row has erupted between France, Germany and Spain over nuclear energy, with Paris furious about a lack of support from Berlin and Madrid for its efforts to have nuclear-derived hydrogen labelled as 'green' in EU legislation, sources said. The dispute, which could block a multi-billion euro hydrogen pipeline from the Iberian peninsula via France to Central Europe, is also delaying Europe's green energy legislation and threatening to break out into the open at an European Union summit on Thursday.
The border between Turkey and Syria lies near the Anatolian fault system, which has similarities to the infamous San Andreas fault in California.
Renewable power generation exceeded coal in the U.S. for the first time in 2020.
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A dead, frozen shark washed up on a Cape Cod beach amid a polar vortex captured the internet's attention but experts say there's more to the story.
(Reuters) -The death toll from a massive landslide that struck southern Peru rose to at least 15 on Tuesday, according to a government tally, after dozens of homes were swallowed up by dirt and mud following heavy rainfall last weekend. Another 20 people were injured after the landslide struck on Sunday near the riverside town of Secocha, about 125 miles (200 km) northwest of the city of Arequipia. Arial footage from above Secocha by local outlet Radio Victoria showed large parts of nearby hillsides scrubbed of any vegetation, with huge piles of earth at the bottom where houses once stood.
A Canadian mining company has been fined more than $16 million for polluting waterways in B.C.'s East Kootenay. The B.C. Ministry of Environment has imposed three administrative penalties on Teck Coal Limited, a subsidiary of Teck Resources, citing the company's failure to have water treatment facilities ready by a required date to limit emissions of nitrate and selenium from its Fording River operations in the Elk Valley. The ministry says administrative penalties are monetary fines issued by t
The search for survivors of the earthquake that toppled thousands of buildings in Turkey and Syria reached a critical stretch on Wednesday, with rescue teams from two dozen countries helping locals sift through the rubble and experts warning that the realistic window to find any in the frigid temperatures was quickly closing. Nearly all of Turkey is very seismically active so the country is no stranger to devastating earthquakes — a 7.4 magnitude temblor that struck near Istanbul in 1999 killed an estimated 18,000 people. The extent of the devastation was breathtaking, with rows of apartment blocks reduced to twisted metal, rubble and dust in many communities.
Incredible drone footage captured the scene as a huge shoal of sharks swam in waters off Queensland’s Sunshine Coast recently.Video by Scott Byron, a photographer based in Queensland who was camping on Teewah Beach, shows the large group of sharks swimming through the water. Byron told Storyful that after noticing splashing in the water, he “sent the drone up to check what it was” and was able to record the sharks. Credit: Scott Byron via Storyful
Newly released images from Maxar Technologies show extensive damage to buildings and infrastructure following the devastating earthquakes that struck southeast Turkey on Monday, February 6.Maxar released imagery from February 7, 2023, and contrasted it with images captured in 2022 and 2019 to show damage in the Turkish cities of Islahiye, Nurdagi and Duzici. Maxar said clouds and poor weather continued to affect some of the areas, but significant damage to buildings and infrastructure can still be seen.On Monday morning, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Pazarcik district, about 20 miles (32 km) east of Kahramanmaras, and was followed that afternoon by a 7.5-magnitude earthquake with an epicenter in Elbistan district, about 45 miles (70 km) north of Kahramanmaras, according to Turkey’s national disaster management agency, AFAD.By Tuesday, the death toll between Turkey and Syria had surpassed 7,500, according to media reports. Credit: Maxar via Storyful