13th February - Today's News: Widespread Flooding Across South Pacific Islands
'First time' flooding event across the South Pacific amid ongoing heavy rainfall affectiing islands from PNG to Samoa
Queensland weather: Cool change moves across south-east after record-breaking heatwave whilst heatwave kills thousands of bats across New South Wales
Fortunately no fatalities in the NSW fires: Uarbry residents find homes destroyed as blaze continues near Dunedoo
Oroville Dam risk: Thousands ordered to evacuate homes in California as heavy rain forces the first emergency evacuation in the history of the US's highest dam. On the other side of the country, new snow storm causes 1,000 flight cancellations in the northeast as the season’s biggest storm slams Maine with blizzard conditions, up to 2 feet of snow. And there's another blast of winter in Ontario and Eastern Canada
Snow hits northern and eastern England, but warmer weather on way - an occasional flurry yesterday lunchtime meant that we actually had three consecutive "snow days" in Evesham, though not one single flake settled on the ground .....
And after drought, extreme storms leave two dead in Bolivia