Weather News

  1. Australia set for more heatwaves amid climate change: study

    A State of the Climate report in Australia warns of more heatwaves and rising land and sea temperatures, increasing the threat of devastating wildfiresAustralia is set to experience more heatwaves, with record-breaking hot weather becoming "normal" across the continent as climate change pushes up land and sea temperatures, a government report warned Thursday. The biannual State of the Climate report from the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) and national science body CSIRO said Australia was already experiencing more extremely hot days and severe fire seasons, and projections showed temperatures would likely keep rising. "Australian temperatures will almost certainly continue to increase over the coming decades.

  2. TxDOT Preparing Equipment For Winter Weather

    Temperatures will still be nearing 90 degrees this weekend, but officials with TxDOT are already thinking about snow. Employees have started getting equipment prepared for winter weather events.
  3. South Africa's maize plantings seen to rebound on favourable weather

    Farmers work on a land outside Lichtenburg, a maize-growing area in the North West province, South AfricaSouth African maize farmers intend to plant 2.463 million hectares of the staple grain in the 2017 season, 26.5 percent more than last season, the official Crop Estimates Committee (CEC) said on Wednesday. Last season, only 1.947 million hectares of the crop was planted as a scorching drought parched much of the maize belt. "Producers indicated that more maize would be planted for the 2017 season mainly because of favourable weather forecasts for the new season crops, however the rainfall can still influence farmers' decisions," the CEC's Lusani Ndo said.

  4. The Trump and Clinton campaigns finally had a substantive climate debate

    The Trump and Clinton campaigns finally had a substantive climate debateThe moderators avoided the topic like an ancient Egyptian curse, and Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton rarely delved into energy policy. On Tuesday, the University of Richmond School of Law hosted a wide-ranging debate between the two campaigns’ energy advisers. The hour-long debate featured its share of depressing nonsense, like when Cramer waffled on whether humans are causing global warming.

  5. [$$] Six Flags Posts Surprise Decline in Revenue, Hurt by Weather

    Theme-park operator Six Flags Entertainment Corp. reported a surprise revenue decline in its important summer quarter as attendance fell, which the company blamed on adverse weather.


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