Hurricane Ian making landfall in southwest Florida

Ian Swamps Southwest Florida, Trapping People In Homes

Hurricane Ian knocked out power to over 1 million people and threatening catastrophic damage further inland.

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2:23Park guests depart from Universal Studios
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Disney World Is Closing Its Gates Due To Hurricane Ian

2:30Satellite image released by NASA shows Hurricane Ian growing stronger as it barreled toward Cuba.
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Some Florida Transplants Are Preparing For Their First Hurricane

10:57People board up a business in Florida
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Hurricane Ian Strikes Cuba, Florida Braces For Winds, Floods

4:33A phone displays the Federal Emergency Management Agency application
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How Can We Prepare For Deadly Floods?

7:04A satellite image of Tropical Storm Ian over the central Caribbean on Monday, Sept. 26, 2022

Vulnerable Tampa Bay Braces For Storm Not Seen In A Century

1:11Satellite image of Tropical Storm Ian.

DeSantis Declares State Of Emergency As Storm Expected To Hit Florida

0:33The NASA moon rocket stands on Pad 39B before a launch attempt for the Artemis 1 mission to orbit the moon.
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NASA Delays Moon Rocket Launch Due To Potential Hurricane

1:39Three people inside a house await rescue from the floods caused by Hurricane Fiona.
Stephanie Rojas / AP

Hurricane Fiona Rips Through Powerless Puerto Rico

Satellite image of Tropical Storm Fiona.

Puerto Rico Under Hurricane Warning As Tropical Storm Fiona Approaches

3:03The Colorado River flows at Horseshoe Bend in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
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Why Is The U.S. West Experiencing A Megadrought?

Firefighter Matthew Gerzin of Alaska's Pioneer Peak Interagency Hotshot crew rubs his eye while battling the Mosquito Fire.
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Weather Helping, But Threat From Western Fires Persists

4:58Farmworkers pick and pack melons.
Terry Chea / AP

California Heat Threatens Agriculture With 8th Day Of Triple Digits

3:28A firefighter takes a hose to a burning property while battling the Fairview Fire Monday
Ethan Swope / AP

California Officials Warn Of Possible Blackouts Due To Extreme Heat

3:49People on the Manhattan Beach Pier in Manhattan Beach, California
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Record-Breaking Temperatures Continue Across The West

1:13Cal Fire firefighters work a flare up.
Gregory Bull / AP

Southern California Fire Forces Evacuations, Shuts Down Some Roads

2:01A bulldozer works to build a fire line on wildfire in Castaic, California.
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Firefighters Face Heat Wave As They Battle California Wildfires

3:52A homeless encampment in Phoenix is shown.

Phoenix Appoints First City Funded Heat Office; Goal: Saving Lives

3:27A helicopter drops water on the advancing Route Fire over emergency vehicles
Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP

55 Million People Under Heat Alerts In Western U.S.

3:43A person sits in a lake.

Tens Of Millions Of People Under Heat Alerts In The West

Homes are surrounded by floodwaters in Pakistan.
Zahid Hussain / AP

U.N. Seeks $160 Million In Emergency Aid For Pakistan Floods

2:32Vehicles navigate high waters in Moab, Utah.
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Storms Expected To Continue Flooding Southern States For Days

2:16A truck is sunk in water after massive flooding in Hindman
Brynn Anderson / AP

Heavy Rain, Monsoon Winds Wreak Havoc On Southwest States

2:40A woman sits in cooling water in California.
Rich Pedroncelli / AP

California Heat Wave Prompts Statewide Energy Conservation Push

1:43Floodwaters slowly recede in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
Gerald Herbert / AP

Forecasters Trim Hurricane Season Outlook A Bit, Still Busy

Cars are stuck in mud and debris from flash flooding at The Inn at Death Valley in Death Valley National Park, California.
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Tourists Find Safety After Floods Close Death Valley Roads

Flash flooding in Death Valley
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Flash Floods Strand 1k People In Death Valley National Park

3:38A woman passes a lodge that burned during the McKinney Fire.
Noah Berger / AP

Rain Is Helping Keep McKinney Fire Down, But Hotter Days Ahead Won't

3:08A chimney stands at a home destroyed by the McKinney Fire on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2022
Noah Berger AP

Wildfires Are Spreading Rapidly Across The U.S.

3:29A building is shown under floodwaters.

Increasing Temperatures Add To Struggles For Kentucky Flood Survivors

3:22Members of the Winchester, Kentucky, Fire Department rescue people with inflatable boats in floodwater
Timothy D. Easley / AP

Recovery Efforts Underway After Kentucky Flooding Kills At Least 37