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Baseball-Sized Hail, Ferocious Winds Hit South

A 1,000-mile stretch of the South was battered by a ferocious mix of wind, lightning, and baseball-sized hail in some areas.

Strong Winds Torment Moscow

Windy conditions rip the facing off of a building and knock down trees in Moscow, Russia, on Monday. No injuries have been reported.

What Does California Need More Than Rain?

Snow pack in the Sierra Nevada mountain range is the lowest it's ever been, spelling some bad news for residents of California who rely on that melting snow for their water supply. TODAY's Dylan Dreyer reports.

What Does California Need More Than Rain?

Snow pack in the Sierra Nevada mountain range is the lowest it's ever been, spelling some bad news for residents of California who rely on that melting snow for their water supply. TODAY's Dylan Dreyer reports.

The Week in Pictures: March 19 - 26

A solar spectacle, sailors on the high seas, the catch of the day and more.

Why Dirt on the Mountains Means Trouble for California

Scientists are scrambling to discover how much water is in the dwindling snowpack of California's Sierra Nevada Mountains.

'Miracle': Kids Survive Tornado in Gym Studio Basement

Dozens of kids survived a direct hit by a tornado Wednesday by hunkering down in their Oklahoma gymnastics studio basement — without a single injury.

Tornado Tosses Truck on Oklahoma Interstate

A tornado crosses I-35 Wednesday near Moore, Oklahoma, turning a semi-truck on its side.

Tornadoes Tear Through Oklahoma Neighborhoods

Houses are destroyed after a series of tornadoes hit portions of Oklahoma Wednesday. Communities stretching from Tulsa to south of Oklahoma City were in the paths of the storms. One person was reportedly killed.

'Massive Destruction': Deadly Tornadoes Hit Tulsa Area

One person was killed and several others were injured when a series of tornadoes ripped through the hit Tulsa, Oklahoma, area.

WATCH: Drivers Take Cover as Oklahoma Tornado Rips Past

Drivers were forced to take cover beneath a highway overpass as a tornado struck Sand Springs, Oklahoma, in the early evening.

Severe Storm Spawns Twisters in Oklahoma

A mobile home trailer park, part of a gymnasium and homes in several neighborhoods were damaged in Wednesday's storm.

Tulsa, Oklahoma Area Ravaged by Tornadoes

One person was killed Wednesday and several others were injured, when a series of tornadoes ripped through the Tulsa, Oklahoma area.

Deadly Tornado hits Oklahoma

At least one reported death after a series of tornadoes touched down in "Tornado Alley" on Wednesday.

Tornado Rips Apart Power Lines As It Moves Through Moore, Oklahoma

The twister is hard to see but the power flashes it created as the tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma were visiible for miles.

Ten Questions With The Boston Yeti

NBC affiliate NECN hosted a live Twitter chat with @BostonYeti2015

Snowy Winter to Make Spring Allergies More Miserable

Spring allergy season has begun and people may find it more troublesome than before.

Winter Won't Go Quietly: Snow Falls on First Day of Spring

Snow fell on New York City and Philadelphia Friday on the first day of Spring, as the winter that seemed to have no end delivered another storm.

Spring Fling: 32 Million In Path of Late-Season Snow

Accumulations of 1 to 4 inches are likely in most places, but parts of Pennsylvania and New England could see as much as 8 inches.

Dry SoCal Pays Farmers Big Bucks For Precious Water

A water district for the Los Angeles area is offering $700 to farmers per acre-feet of water as Southern California endures an historic drought.

Canada celebrates Spring with 'Splash Cup'

In Stony Mountain, Canada, the country's geographic center, locals enjoy a yearly tradition, which involves gathering near the bottom of Stony Mountain's Bunny Hill, and enjoy a cruise through the water pit.

Vanuatu Resident Favi Nagin Returns Home to Search for Family

27-year-old mother was anxious for news about her son and mother, amid reports of fatalities in her community on island of Tanna.

NBC's Miguel Almaguer Traces Destructive Path of Cyclone Pam

The southern Vanuatu island of Tanna, about 125 miles from the capital, bore the full force of Cyclone Pam and is home to around 29,000 people.

Dense Fog Shrouds Hong Kong's Skyline

Heavy fog caused by humid weather obscured Hong Kong's dramatic skyline and created a surreal city landscape.

Vanuatu Shopper Explains Why Stores Have Closed Doors

Tenkon Williams said all shops in the capital Port Vila were working from behind closed doors.

NASA: California Down to One Year Supply of Water

Four years of drought and record-setting high temperatures have combined to drop California's reservoirs to critically low levels.

Get a Firsthand Look at the Devastation in Vanuatu

Drone footage shot by NBC shows extent of damage done to Vanuatu by Cyclone Pam. Roofs have been ripped off from houses, leaving thousands of people displaced. The United Nations estimates 24 people have died.

Landscaper: Ditching Green Lawns Will Help Save Water

California landscaper offers free lawn replacement to customers willing to go drought-resistant. KCRA's Linda Mumma reports.

Vanuatu Struggles to Recover From Cyclone Pam

Relief agencies are struggling to assess the damage after Vanuatu declared a state of emergency.

Boston Breaks Snow Record

Boston has recorded its snowiest winter ever. WHDH's Kelli O'Hara reports.

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