Record heat toasted much of South America, especially during the blueberry flowering season.
Extreme weather events like Hurricane Hilary in California and heavy rain in Georgia has impacted the price of some popular Thanksgiving foods.
In Acapulco, families held funerals for the dead on Sunday and continued the search for essentials while government workers and volunteers cleared streets clogged with muck and debris.
Every year fog leads to numerous delays on the roads and in the air, and even leads to fatalities. And while there are several different types of fog, super fog can be especially dangerous for drivers.
At least seven people were killed and more than two dozen were injured when a layer of super fog blanketed a New Orleans interstate.
An elevated weather station in the hills overlooking Cabo San Lucas reported multiple wind gusts of more than 90 mph, with a peak gust of 107 mph.
The once Category 4 hurricane weakened substantially before landfall which helped spare communities around Cabo San Lucas from more extensive damage.
Some piles of tumbleweed rose so high that they flowed over the roofs of homes, causing them to almost disappear under a mountain of beige.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has closed some parking areas and trails around Kilauea due to an increase in seismic activity.
As Philippe churns toward New England, much of Maine is now in the storm's forecast cone as it moves northward through the western Atlantic Ocean. New York has already implemented their Flash Flood Emergency Plan as the flood risk increases for vulnerable areas.
A large portion of Maine is now in Philippe’s forecast cone as the storm moves northward through the western Atlantic Ocean over the next several days.
Philippe will begin to pull away from the northern Leeward Islands on Tuesday and head north into the central Atlantic, where it could intensify into a hurricane by the end of the workweek.
The National Hurricane Center has highlighted a disturbance several hundred miles west-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands in the eastern tropical Atlantic, currently giving it a high chance of development in the next 2-3 days.
A new poll found that most Americans believe they've personally felt the impact of climate change because of recent extreme weather, including a summer that brought dangerous heat for much of the country.
Lingering effects from Ophelia continued in the mid-Atlantic on Sunday, as the brunt of the storm slammed into the Northeast and New England.
The fierce winds on the East Coast have caused over 50,000 power outages so far, and those numbers are expected to climb as the tropical storm-force gusts cause property damage and topple trees and power lines.
Potential Tropical Cyclone Sixteen organized and strengthened into Tropical Storm Ophelia on Friday as it moves toward North Carolina. A Hurricane watch has been issued for parts of eastern North Carolina due to the storm reaching near hurricane strength.
While the center of the storm will likely stay east of the U.S. and move into the Canadian Maritimes, Lee's massive wind field is hundreds of miles across and will not spare the New England coast from its wrath.
Boston could see sustained tropical-storm-force-winds by Friday evening through the first part of the weekend, and concerns are growing that with leaves still on trees the expected wind and possible heavy rain could snap branches and limbs and pull down power lines, leaving thousands of people in the dark.
The National Hurricane Center in coordination for local National Weather Services offices issued a Hurricane Watch from Stonington, Maine to the U.S.- Canada border and a Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for from Watch Hill, Rhode Island to Stonington, Maine.