Crawler portal provides unique Web metasearch, adjustable web content, FREE 5GB webmail, Yellow Pages, Ringtones, Games, Screensavers, Wallpapers, more!
News Photos Games Screensavers Help

You are not signed in. Sign In • Sign Up

 

MSNBC.com: Weather 

Sherpas and Climbers Leave Everest After Tragedy

As the fate of Mount Everest climbing season remained up in the air Wednesday with scores of Sherpas walking off the job, climbers and expedition teams are already heading home out of respect for the 16 guides lost in an avalanche last week.

Tropical Cyclone Jack Threatens Hunt for Missing Flight MH370

PERTH, Australia - A tropical cyclone was threatening to hamper the search for missing Flight MH370 in a remote stretch of the Indian Ocean on Monday, as a submarine drone neared the end of its mission with no sign of wreckage.

Stay Home, Sea Dogs! Gale-Force Winds Warning For Calif. Coast

%3Cblockquote%20class=%22twitter-tweet%22%20lang=%22en%22%3E%3Cp%3EGale%20Watch%20issued%20for%20SW%20Calif%20Coastal%20Waters%20valid%20Tue%20Afternoon%20thru%20Wed%20morning.%20Gusts%20to%2040%20kts.%20%3Ca%20href=%22https://twitter.com/search?

Bridge Under Troubled Waters: Canoe Crosses Flooded River

Joe Keating pulls his son Joe along Willow Road through the flooded Otonabee River near Peterborough, Ontario on Friday, April 18. Spring run off is causing problems in much of central Ontario as warm temperatures finally melt snow and ice.

Vote for the Week in Pictures: April 10 - 17

Vote for the best image from the Week in Pictures. The winning image will be displayed next week.Last week's winner:

Now a 'Pollen Vortex'? Wild Weather May Mean Allergy Nightmare

If the constant cold weren’t enough, a brutal winter has many speculating that the polar vortex will be replaced by a “pollen vortex,” leaving allergy sufferers sniffling and miserable.Alesia Kotek is ready for the worst.

The Week in Pictures: April 10 - 17

Chile fire scorches, North Korea’s marathon welcomes tourists, Holy Week brings penitents, an Orangutan gets a check-up and more.

Spring Snow Chills Spirits and Buries Flowers

A cold front swept as far south as Louisiana on Tuesday, dumping several inches of snow in parts of upstate New York and an icy dusting in New York City overnight.

Late Snowfall Brings Chill To Parts of U.S.

A late season storm brought snow to areas of the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic where less than a week before, temperatures were in the 70's and 80's.

Wild Weather Whiplash Brings Record-Low Temps

An unusual cold snap has millions waking up to record-low temperatures. In some parts of the Northeast there’s a fresh coating of snow.

Mid-April Freeze to Chill Millions as Far South as Louisiana

An unusual cold snap will have people as far south as Louisiana reaching for their winter coats Wednesday.A mass of cold air that saw temperatures in the Plains plummet below freezing Tuesday has now shifted east and will hang over a large area of the inland U.S.

Temperatures to Plummet Across Northeast

Get ready to dig out your winter weather gear once again as a cold weather front heads east.

Hey Scarecrow! Learn the Truth About Tornadoes

Debunker: This isn't the 'Wizard of Oz'; tornadoes are real, dangerous, and can happen anywhere. Protect yourself from these deadly storms by learning the truth about common tornado myths.

Does Video Show Tornado Touchdown?

A possible tornado touches down in Lovelady, Texas. Amanda Perez reports.

Apparent Tornado Rips Through Texas

Cell phone video captures the event near Lovelady, Texas on Sunday. KPRC’s Amanda Perez reports.

Storms Head East After Battering Midwest, South

A powerful weather system has spawned tornadoes, flash floods and hailstorms from Texas to Michigan. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.

Severe Weather Threatens Nation's Midsection

Severe storms already have taken a toll in parts of Michigan; now the Mississippi Valley is next.

Climate Panel Says Emissions Rising, Avoids Blame

BERLIN — The U.N.'s expert panel on climate change on Sunday highlighted the disconnect between international goals to fight global warming and what is actually being done to attain them.

Vote for the Week in Pictures: April 3 - 10

Vote for the best image from the Week in Pictures. The winning image will be displayed next week.Last week's winner:

The Week in Pictures: April 3 - 10

A bride relishes Ladies Day, elephant kisses for the New Year, the president's handshake thrills, Rwanda remembers, UConn sweeps NCAA & more

Picture Perfect: Cherry Blossoms Reach Full Bloom in D.C.

A woman poses for a picture among the thousands of cherry trees, now reaching full bloom, at the Tidal Basin, in Washington, D.C., on Thursday.

Picture Perfect: Cherry Blossoms Reach Full Bloom in DC

A woman poses for a picture among the thousands of cherry trees, now reaching full bloom, at the Tidal Basin, in Washington, D.C., on Thursday.

Body of 9-Year-Old Flood Victim Found

The body of a young girl, who authorities say drowned after being swept away in storm waters, was recovered in Mississippi. WLBT's Annette Peagler reports.

Deadly Weather Strikes South

Dangerous storms hit the South overnight, with powerful tornadoes, heavy rain and flash floods.

Severe Storms, Tornadoes Kill Two, Injure 20 in Deep South

Two people were killed and about 20 other people were injured by a powerful spring storm that spun off tornadoes and flooded parts of the Southeast on Monday.In Mississippi, a 9-year-old girl was swept away and killed after the storms dropped nearly 7 inches of rain there in a two-day span.

Severe Storms, Tornadoes Kill One, Injure 20 in Deep South

One person was killed and about 20 other people were injured by a powerful spring storm that spun off tornadoes and flooded parts of the Southeast on Monday.A car that left the road into rain-swollen Jackson Creek in Lilburn, Ga.

Severe Weather Pounds the South

A tornado touched down in Mississippi, hitting before residents could even react.

Girl Believed Swept Away as Floods Slam South

Rescuers scoured a Mississippi neighborhood on Monday for a 9-year-old who appeared to be swept away by flood waters the night before, while floods in Alabama stranded people in cars and homes in a turbulent morning across the American South.

Down and Out in Anchorage: Homeless in America's Coldest City

Being homeless in Anchorage can be deadly. Temperatures routinely drop to -20 degrees. Twelve people have died this year.

Tornado Levels Homes in Mississippi

A tornado, moving at approximately 55 miles per hour, touched down in Covington County, Miss. The twister caused severe damage.


Crawler, LLC News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

© 2014 Crawler, LLC. All rights reserved. Crawler, LLC is part of the Xacti Group Companies.
All other names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective owners.