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Homes have lost power and there are transport delays.
Extremes galore, but it's actually a pretty typical late winter weather pattern.
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This incredibly dangerous slide occurred on Tuesday morning near Mt Hotham.
No, these images are not Japan or Colorado.
Child is playing on dry brown cracked land in the heat of the desert at Deadvlei in Namib-Naukluft National Park in Namibia, Africa. This image of a young bouy on a parched barren earth can be used for concepts like the effect of global warming or climate change.
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Typhoon Noru might look pretty intimidating from down here on Earth, but we can confirm it looks even more impressive from 250 miles up. This is after several astronauts onboard the International Spac...
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Two degrees Celsius: That's the global temperature increment scientists say the world must stay beneath to avoid the worst effects of climate change. But according to a study published this week in th...
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It wasn't just air traffic that was bought to a standstill.
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Rising flood waters have been caused by torrential rainfall across the region.
A ribbon of neon green light is seen in the sky over Michigans Mackinac Bridge early Monday
Sydney people are known for being weather whingers. They're not quite in Darwin's league for freaking out about cold which isn't actually that cold, but they're not far off. But on Friday night, Sydne...
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A geomagnetic storm was responsible for the beautiful night sky display.
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Five centimetres of snow have caused a city-wide blackout.
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WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. — Thousands of Williams Lake, B.C., residents are being forced from their homes as high winds fan a wildfire burning next to the community. An evacuation order was issued Sat...
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Extreme flooding and droughts take a major toll on the global supply of wheat, accounting for about 40 percent of the fluctuations in annual yields, a recent study has found. The research gives new we...
Thousands of Japanese rescuers dug through twisted wood and mud on Friday in the wake of freak rains that killed six people and forced nearly 80,000 from their homes, with more rain falling amid warni...
The town of Goondiwindi were treated to the rare weather event.
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A chilling minus 8.7 degrees cold.
And you thought the white stripes were a band.
You can fight the rain and wind all you want, but they’ll just fight back.
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It almost makes waking up at the crack of dawn worth it... almost.
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It's 33 degrees in London. In Darwin that's called winter.
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The fires have been described as 'the greatest tragedy we have seen in recent years'.
You can keep your coat in the cupboard for a while yet.
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There's only so many blankets you can wrap yourself in before you can no longer move.
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We predict a 95 percent chance of remorse.
A 63-year-old man passed away in Concordia on Saturday afternoon, bringing the total fire-related deaths in the Eden district to six people. News24 previously reported that a family of three passed aw...
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This might finally put the Deputy PM on the map.
It's not messing around on climate change.