Boat-sized icebergs are washing ashore in Cape Cod, Mass., fueling photographer fodder on Twitter and keeping fishing crews on land.
Boats have become trapped in ice in the Northeast as record cold weather plagues the region and the ice continues to wreak havoc on waterfront infrastructure.
New research is showing that rising sea levels will sink Miami in the not-so-distant future.
Insurance adjusters and cleanup crews worked Monday at a number of marinas in Tennessee’s Campbell County after dock roofs collapsed under heavy snow and ice.
At least several hundred boats were damaged when roofs at six marinas on Norris Lake in Tennessee collapsed over their slips as snow and ice coated sections of the state.
A Revolutionary War replica tall ship was toppled by strong wind gusts during the snowstorm that pounded Rhode Island and the rest of the Northeast.
Winter storm Juno continued to dump snow on New England this morning, with wind gusts as high as 78 mph and reports of flooding on the Massachusetts coast.
Rain poured down in California on Tuesday — giving the San Francisco Bay area its fifth-wettest day since 2009 and breaking a Dec. 2 record set in 1961 in Los Angeles — but the much-needed rainfall barely put a dent in the historic drought that has plagued the state.
StormGeo and Deep Sea Mooring signed an agreement to provide notifications of weather-related movements of floating offshore units and vessels undertaking complex marine operations.
Some scientists believe that some regions of the United States will fare better than others as the climate changes, although the havens will be few.