Environment & Climate News
- Fight Against Colorado's Two Largest-Ever Fires Continues, Aided By Snowon October 27, 2020
Light snow dusts the trees near the Cameron Peak Fire in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado on Friday.; Credit: U.S. Forest Service/AP Reese Oxner | NPR Weekend snowfall granted a reprieve against the two largest wildfires in Colorado […]
- Op-Ed: The West is choking on smoke. When will it penetrate the nation's consciousness?on October 26, 2020
When the dust from Great Plains hit D.C. in the 1930s, the nation realized something was very wrong. Let the smoke from the Blowout of 2020 awaken us.
- Santa Ana winds will raise red flags on land and big waves off the coast, forecasters sayon October 25, 2020
Gale-force winds are likely to cause dangerous conditions in harbors on Catalina and Santa Cruz islands.
- Temecula development scaled back to help mountain lionson October 26, 2020
The settlement will shrink the Altair project and provide more land for wildlife crossings.
- Is it safe to go outside? Southern California fires, dust, winds torpedo air quality in your areaon October 26, 2020
Between fires new and old, buffeted by strong Santa Ana winds, air quality took a dive Monday in Southern California.
- Update: Zeta strengthens to a hurricaneon October 26, 2020
The storm could reach hurricane strength before striking the Yucatan Peninsula, and approach the northern Gulf Coast at or near hurricane strength on Wednesday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.