24th September - Today's News: Fiona Hits Canada; Talas Hits Japan

Hundreds of thousands without power as Fiona makes landfall in the Canadian Maritimes Meanwhile, Typhoon Talas lashes central Japan, reportedly killing two as thousands evacuate  Tropical Storm Ian forms, expected to hit Florida as a major hurricane And the cyclone near Canary Islands becomes Tropical Storm Hermine Heavy rainfall washes away cars in Spain as emergency services inundated with calls Boy, 5, from Sydney dies after car swept away in floodwaters in NSW Central West

23rd September - Today's News: Atlantic Hurricane Activity Ramps Up

After a very quiet summer, it's now all go in the Atlantic.  Tropical Storm Gaston, 3 more systems form in Atlantic as Hurricane Fiona heads toward Bermuda with the risk of a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico next week? Forecasters warn of 'significant threat' to US Meanwhile, Puerto Rico struggles to reach areas cut off by Fiona earlier in the week and as the storm heads north, the blow-by-blow of what to expect from Hurricane Fiona in Canada Severe weather hits south-east Queensland, more than 200mm of rain dumped on Gold Coast hinterland in three hours Tornado spotted in Al Ain as Northern Emirates hit by heavy rain and high winds El Salvador landslides kill at least 7, including three children When it comes to air quality in the Middle East, anthropogenic air pollution more significant than desert dust A warning that Asian coastal cities sinking fast: study whilst in the UK there's a climate change risk to coastal castles - English Heritage And 2022 Arctic summer

20th September - Today's News: Hurricane Fiona and Typhoon Nanmadol

The terrifying moment a bridge is swept away in Puerto Rico as Hurricane Fiona brings catastrophic flooding and 100mph winds: Entire island plunged into darkness as Joe Biden declares a state of emergency as Dominican Republic hit as storm strengthens and Puerto Ricans and Dominicans emerge to discover devastation caused by Hurricane Fiona: Shocking pictures show the islands once again broken by Mother Nature - as Bermuda braces for impact Meanwhile, in Japan storm: Millions told to evacuate as Typhoon Nanmadol makes landfall with mudslides and flooding as typhoon batters Japan And even Alaskans grapple with fallout from typhoon-related flooding Tremor shakes Mexico City on quake anniversary whilst a man dies as strong earthquake topples building in Taiwan Nigeria battling floods ‘beyond control’ as warning given of dams overflowing Last week, the Cairngorms see first snow fall in Scotland this season Europe has it's hottest ever August: as temperature soar, Rhine levels plum

17th September - Today's News: Impact of 2022's Global Drought

The death toll rises in Italy: Floods and rain kill at least 10 overnight - official Storm batters Mallorca and causes serious flooding Warnings that a severe storm headed for Alaska could bring devastating levels of flooding this weekend Puerto Rico is bracing for Tropical Storm Fiona The rainbow rain cloud: Incredible natural occurrence looms over Chinese city like a multi-coloured halo Pakistan floods 'likely' made worse by warming Parched Poyang Lake – China’s Largest Freshwater Lake Dries Out And after the China, Europe, US drought: Is 2022 the driest year recorded?

16th September - Today's News: Several Dead in Italian Flash Floods

'Water bomb' kills at least seven people as 16 inches of rain falls in Italy's Marche region in just two hours, sparking catastrophic floods Swiss mountain pass ice to melt completely within weeks Hong Kong sees record for hottest day in September broken twice Muifa becomes the strongest tropical cyclone in recorded history to impact Shanghai  Deadly floods in Niger and Nigeria affect 75,000 children and leave communities in disarray Earth's newest secret: How volcanoes really work Are we missing a crucial component of sea-level rise? Refreezing poles feasible and cheap, new study finds - but as the lead author says, " There is widespread and sensible trepidation about deploying aerosols to cool the planet ....but if the risk/benefit equation were to pay off anywhere, it would be at the poles ."   The potential consequences of greatly increasing the temperature gradient between poles and equator make that a very big if indeed ..... Saturn's ri

14th September - Today's News: Patagonian Glacier Collapses Amid Unusually High Temperatures

Mountain glacier at Queulat National Park in Chile's Patagonia region collapses amid 'abnormal' high temperatures This should be the absolute peak of hurricane season—but it’s dead quiet out there with the Atlantic hurricane season's startling landfall disparity compared to the past two years Rescuers search for person missing in Los Angeles mountain area mudslides as thousands evacuate Meanwhile, the wildfire situation improves in southeastern B.C. but warm, dry conditions expected further north Spanish wildfire continues to rage into fifth day in AndalucĂ­a as rain brings hope Fears of more flooding as Pakistan death toll crosses 1,400 Ports, schools shut as Typhoon Muifa barrels toward eastern China And a Little Ice Age study reveals North Atlantic reached a tipping point

10th September - Today's News: Hurricanes Kay, Danielle and Earl

After briefly becoming a hurricane, Kay, a post-tropical cyclone, moves up Baja California’s western coast Meanwhile, the East Coast could see dangerous rip currents this weekend as Hurricane Earl churns near Bermuda whilst Danielle to head toward Europe following Atlantic adventure   California sizzled in a record heatwave this week. We mapped where it was hottest - with several cities recording all time record highs. China reports ‘most severe’ heatwave and third driest summer on record And the European summer brought record heat, solar power to the continent but a warning that the heat and drought in Europe will lead to a huge wave of tree deaths Freak mini-tornado hits Wexford house and farm shed All of Wales in drought despite heavy rain in recent days Death toll of 6.8-magnitude quake in China's Sichuan rises to 88 Chinese scientists forecast rising temperatures and more frequent heatwaves with six tipping points ‘likely’ to be crossed Ghost island thought to be norther