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Forecasts Call for a Normal Hurricane Season, but β€˜It Only Takes One’

By John Schwartz

Government forecasters predict as many as 15 named storms, and as many as four major hurricanes, during the season which begins June 1 and stretches to Nov. 30

Trump Is on the Radio. Once Every Hour. For 538 Days.

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

The programming decision was made after President Trump pledged hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to the hurricane-hit Florida Panhandle.

How A.I. Can Help Handle Severe Weather

By ALINA TUGEND

Researchers from industry, academia and government agencies are finding new ways to repair the problems of hurricanes, flooding, drought and wildfires.

Snowing in New England, Soaking in the South β€” You Call This Spring?

By SERGE F. KOVALESKI

As the weather system that drenched the South for days meets unseasonably cold air in the Northeast, forecasters are expecting a rare May snowfall in higher elevations.

Cyclone Fani Live Updates: Powerful Storm Lashes India’s Coast

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

India evacuated more than a million people in anticipation of Cyclone Fani, which made landfall on Friday, with winds gusting at more than 120 miles per hour.

Cyclone Kenneth Hits Mozambique, Weeks After Another Deadly Storm

By KIMON de GREEF

Just over a month after Cyclone Idai left more than 1,000 dead in the region, Cyclone Kenneth struck the East African nation of Mozambique, where residents were bracing for dangerous floods.

Want to Escape Global Warming? These Cities Promise Cool Relief

By KENDRA PIERRE-LOUIS

While climate change affects everywhere, some areas in America will be less affected than others. And some of those fortunate places, it happens, might be looking for people.

A Huge Dust Storm on Mars Is Threatening NASA’s Opportunity Rover

By NIRAJ CHOKSHI

The storm, which has blanketed a quarter of the planet, has plunged the rover into a “dark, perpetual night.”

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