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MSNBC.com: Weather 

Wet Not White: Rain and Wind Threaten Christmas Travel

Lashing rains, high winds and thunderstorms are set to mess up holiday travel plans for millions of Americans this week.

Messy Mix: Winter Storms Loom Over Holiday Travel

Storms are brewing in the U.S., bringing rain, snow and wind that look set to snarl the holiday travel period.

Messy Mix: Winter Storms Loom Over Holiday Travel

Storms are brewing in the U.S., bringing rain, snow and wind that look set to snarl the holiday travel period.

Christmas Forecast Could Be Stormy

Two storms may thwart Christmas travel in parts of the U.S.

Drink Beer? Take Showers? Worry About West's Snowpack

Some scientists say the West's snowpack is declining, in a hint at a future with less water to irrigate crops, brew beer and take showers.

Wet Christmas: Soaking Storm Brewing for the Holiday

Flight delays are possible at the big airports of the Northeast and at O'Hare and Midway in Chicago, and Interstate 95 could be a mess.

Christmas Storm Threatens to Disrupt Holiday Travel

Forecasters are calling for rain, snow and ice to hit the East Coast just as millions of Americans take to the roads and skies for Christmas.

The Week in Pictures

A tango for Pope Francis, Sydney under siege, California gets much needed rain, Maasai warriors jump high, and more.

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California's Drought Situation Improves (But Only a Bit)

Reservoir levels improved slightly in drought-stricken California after storms brought reason for "cautious" optimism during a three-year dry spell.

California Needs 11 Trillion Gallons to End Drought: NASA

NASA says a team has produced the first-ever estimate of the amount of water necessary to end an episode of drought.

Passengers Describe Terrifying Flight With Severe Mid-Air Turbulence

Americans Airlines Flight 280 was flying from Seoul, South Korea to Dallas when suddently at 34,000 feet it hit extreme turbulence.

Arctic in 2014: Scientists See No End to Rapid Warming

The Arctic's warming trend persisted in 2014, with air temperature increases twice the rate of the rest of the world, the Arctic Report Card says.

Rep. Ros-Lehtinen Calls Obama's Cuba Action 'Immoral' and 'Illegal'

Cuban American Florida Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen blasts President Obama's recent actions taken to relax the embargo against Cuba.

Bigger Storms May Cause More New York Blackouts: Study

Scientists say Superstorm Sandy showed urban planners should think hard about critical infrastructure in a changing climate.

California Needs 11 Trillion Gallons to End Drought: NASA

NASA says a team has produced the first-ever estimate of the amount of water necessary to end an episode of drought.

The Year in Pictures: 2014

See the most powerful images of the year.

Watch 2014's Most Amazing Photos

View the year's best news photography from around the world.

Catastrophic and Deadly: What Causes Landslides?

Landslides are one on nature's deadliest and most catastrophic events.

What causes landslides?

Landslides are one on nature's deadliest and most catastrophic events.

November Keeps 2014 on Track for Warmest Year on Record

Driven by record warm oceans, Earth's average temperature last month was again well above normal and 2014 is on pace for warmest year on record.

More Rain Forecast for California

Meteorologists expect a storm to dump rain Sunday night through Monday morning in the San Francisco Bay and Sacramento regions.

What Weather Is in Store for the East?

A weather system that drenched California is heading east.

Mudslide Buries Homes in Southern California

Rocks and mud were piled up to the roofs of some houses in Camarillo, California, after heavy rains triggered a mudslide early Friday morning.

Flooding Forces Evacuation of California Mobile Parks

Redwood City orders a mandatory evacuation of two mobile home parks that flooded in Thursday's heavy rains.

Tornado Tears Off Rooftops And Fells Trees in L.A.

A mudslide severely damaged 10 homes north of Los Angeles and a tornado touched down in south LA as the storm swept through.

Tornado rips apart roofs in Los Angeles

An eyewitness captured the video of a tornado as it ripped apart a roof and tossed other debris into the air.

Tornado Touches Down in Los Angeles

The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado touched down in south LA Friday, ripping rooftops from buildings in a storm caught on video.

Heavy Rain Triggers Mudslides in California

Much of California is a mess after the most powerful storm to hit the state in years battered major cities with heavy rain and hurricane force winds.

Rescues and Mudslides as 'Pineapple Express' Hits

A mudslide severely damaged 10 homes north of Los Angeles and nearly 150 crashes were reported in LA County as the storm swept through.


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