Lava is changing the outline of the island itself and now threatens even more of the Big Island coastline
<p>Hot and dry weather on Tuesday hindered efforts to slow the growth of a forest fire near Yosemite National Park that killed a California firefighter last weekend, leading some tourists to cut short their visits although all park trails remained open.</p>
The tiny land mass is the product of heightened activity at the Kilauea volcano on the Big Island.
Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari follows the serve weather moving through the New York area Tuesday night.
<p>Rounds of thunderstorms packing torrential rain and gusty winds will erupt along a temperature contrast zone across the Great Plains through the middle of this week.</p>
As a massive iceberg drifts close to the Greenlandic village of Innaarsuit, take a look at some photos of icebergs from the Arctic and the Antarctic.
<p>A lightning strike can result in a cardiac arrest and death, and the most lightning strikes occur during warm summer months when people are outside enjoying the weather.</p>
New restrictions are in place for boaters near Hawaii's Kilauea volcano after a lava explosion injured 23 people on a sightseeing tour
Meteorologist Ari Sarsarlari looks into the radar coverage for the United States after the deadly tornado in North Dakota.
Millions of people in northern England are facing a ban on using garden hoses or sprinklers amid one of the longest spells of hot, dry weather in years.&nbsp;
Tropical Storm Henry causes flooding in the Manila.
Meteorologist Domenica Davis looks at the pattern change expected this week.
A couple in Blythe, California, filmed this wildfire along the Colorado River. The extreme heat from the wildfire created a vortex known as a firenado. As the firenado spun off across the water it turned into a water spout.
Did you head to your local watering hole to cool down on Sunday?&nbsp;
An 11-million ton iceberg, perched off the coast of a tiny Greenland village, is striking fear in the hearts of residents.
<p>More than a billion people are at risk from a lack of air conditioning and refrigeration to keep them cool and to preserve food and medicines as global warming brings more high temperatures, a study showed on Monday.</p>
During the last Ice Age, species adapted to warmer climes survived in refugia: places that, through some quirk of topography and geography, stayed temperate in…
<p>Despite advances in predicting where hurricanes are heading, forecasters are still struggling to determine a crucial factor in deciding emergency measures and evacuations: their intensity.</p>
<p>In the wake of showers and thunderstorms that will enhance the risk of flash flooding, cooler air will invade the northeastern United States by midweek.</p>
<p>While the southeastern U.S. is no stranger to humid, stormy conditions, widespread wet weather will be more disruptive than usual this coming week.</p>
<p>The remnants of Beryl have become better organized this afternoon well off the coast off the mid-Atlantic coast. Beryl is too far east to bring any direct impacts to the coastline of the United States.</p>
In a hurricane-proof lab miles down the Florida Keys, scientists coddle tiny pieces of coral from the moment they are spawned until they are just hearty...
From Europe to Africa, extreme and widespread heat raises climate concerns in hottest La Niña year to date on record
<p>Hurricanes in a warmer world is the subject of fiendish complexity and considerable scientific research.</p>
A fire that has scorched 90,000 acres in Yolo and Napa counties in Northern California in the last two weeks was caused by an improperly installed electric livestock fence on private property, state fire officials said Wednesday. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or Cal Fire, said the responsible party had been cited under the state's public resources code for "burning ...