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July 2018
July 2018

<p>The intense record heat baking the south-central United States is expected to get trimmed back early this week, but a sweep of refreshing air is not on the horizon.</p>
Harsh drought conditions in parts of the American West are pushing wild horses to the brink and forcing extreme measures to protect them.&nbsp;
<p>A switch to a cooler weather pattern in the midwestern United States will come at the expense of violent thunderstorms prior to the middle of the week.</p>
<p>The remainder of July will be dominated by a resurgence of heat across the northwestern United States.</p>
Firefighters are battling growing blazes near both Yosemite and Sequoia national parks.
<p>This weekend's rainstorm was only the start of an abnormally wet pattern that will elevate the flood risk in the eastern United States into the end of the month.</p>
Volcanologists are using a new technique to hear a volcano's internal "music."
In central Indiana, storms leveled a barn and downed power lines. The barn's owner told reporters this is the first storm damage his property has seen in six decades. No injuries were reported.
Meteorologists had tracked the storm for hours, and their forecasts offered considerable lead time.
Thousands Without Power After Iowa Tornadoes
The best photos from this week in weather.
The fire season now runs almost year-round, and 2018 is already worse than usual.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected another government request to dismiss a lawsuit filed by young activists concerned about climate change. The lawsuit says the government has failed to curb greenhouse gas emissions despite knowing for decades that carbon pollution causes climate change. The children and young adults seek various environmental remedies.
With the scope of the devastation still sinking in, business owners and residents of the central Iowa city of Marshalltown began picking up bricks from collapsed buildings, dragging away downed trees and trying to return to the lives they knew before a powerful tornado roared through their community. The city was among several in Iowa hit by tornadoes Thursday.
Several tornadoes tore through Iowa, prompting states of emergencies and leaving thousands without power.
Nearly 2,200 firefighters from across the nation have poured into Gold Country to fight the Ferguson Fire just a few miles from Yosemite National Park, and the battle to contain the growing inferno has left one firefighter dead and two injured, officials said Wednesday
Farmers in Oregon are losing their wheat crops as flames rip through fields during what they expected to be one of the best harvests in years.&nbsp;
Fierce winds and arid conditions threatened to feed a massive wildfire in central Oregon on Thursday, a day after it killed a tractor operator who was trying to clear brush.
Businesses on Hawaii's Big Island that have taken a hit since a volcano began erupting in a neighborhood there are asking authorities to set up a lava viewing site. The county says it's working on creating a lava viewing site to help draw tourists, but it's finding it difficult because of safety concerns. The risks posed by the volcano came into focus this week when lava flowing into the ocean triggered an explosion that sent a hot, basketball-sized rock crashing through a tour boat's roof.
A magnitude 6.0 quake struck to the south of the Alaska peninsula on Thursday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
A 5.7 magnitude earthquake was felt in Mexico City on Thursday morning as buildings shook mildly and some residents evacuated homes and office buildings.
Nearly 100 people were forced to leave their homes overnight, the latest affected by dozens of wildfires raging across Sweden as far north as the Arctic Circle.
51 people die per year on average in the United States due to lightning strikes. And there are 5 ways you can be struck by lightning. Let's find out how.
Sweden says it has mobilized all available resources to put out dozens of wildfires raging across the country.&nbsp;
Lava is changing the outline of the island itself and now threatens even more of the Big Island coastline
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