Homeowners Pam Varni and Bob Funk both said they really don’t hold any animosity towards construction crews after work on a nearby culvert on Sept. 2 flooded their house and yard.
When it’s swept into the air, the ash can wreak havoc for people with respiratory problems.
As the Earth heats up, rapidly intensifying major hurricanes like Ida are more likely to occur, scientists say.
A Curious Juneau listener wrote in saying they’d witnessed a snake-like cloud forming along the Gastineau Channel and wondered if there are any Lingít stories or a Lingít name for this cloud feature.
Brettschneider says defining “termination dust” is important for building a historical record, like we have for green-up.
Flash flooding — when water rises very quickly and flows with enormous speed and power — is getting more common in many places as Earth heats up.
The largest wildfire in California’s history is burning a destructive swathe that, as of Monday, is nearly 900 square miles.
Parts of Western Alaska recently saw their wettest month on record, and forecasters are expecting an atmospheric river to soak Southeast.
Last month was the wettest July in Bethel in more than 90 years, with 4.22 inches of rainfall.
As Kotzebue had its wettest month on record, a small group from Minnesota floated the Noatak River in a canoe, with a toddler.