Snow, Rain, Wind, Severe Weather Across the US

Snow, Rain, Wind, Severe Weather Across the US

Snow, Rain, Wind, Severe Weather Across the US Travel ranging from daily commutes to cross-country could be affected by a significant storm in the central and eastern United States next week. A major storm with heavy rain, ice, snow, gusty winds and the potential for severe weather is likely next week in the central and […]

Northeastern US in Dangerous Deep Freeze

Northeastern US in Dangerous Deep Freeze

Northeastern US in Dangerous Deep Freeze Low temperatures and high winds have the Northeastern US in a deep freeze this weekend Dangerous wind chills of -20 to 30 below Zero in parts of the region made for some crippling conditions Friday. “You are talking about 30 degrees below normal highs. That is pretty darn cold,” […]

Renewable Energy Prospects Grim Under Trump Admin

Renewable Energy Prospects Grim Under Trump Admin

Renewable Energy Prospects Grim Under Trump Admin $USO, $UNG Koch Industries lobbyist Thomas Pyle is leading US President Elect Donald Trump’s transition team for Energy With that expect to see a regression in renewable power projects in California and the nation. Mr. Pyle is President of the Institute for Energy Research Group (PER), which has […]

Hurricane Matthew Now a ‘Powerful’ Category 5 Storm

Hurricane Matthew Now a  ‘Powerful’ Category 5 Storm

Hurricane Matthew Now a  ‘Powerful’ Category 5 Storm A hurricane southeast of Jamaica strengthened to a “Powerful” Category 5 storm late Friday, forecasters said, and watches were in place for that nation as well as the southeastern coast of Haiti. Hurricane Matthew is now the strongest hurricane in the Atlantic since Felix in Y 2007. […]

Dry Winds to Bring Extreme Fire Danger

Dry Winds to Bring Extreme Fire Danger

Dry Winds to Bring Extreme Fire Danger A mixture of strong, dry winds and warm weather Thursday raise the area’s wildfire danger to ‘extreme,’ in Southern California Strong winds will blow Thursday afternoon and evening in bone-dry areas of the Southern California accompanied by low humidity, creating extreme fire-weather conditions, the National Weather said today. […]

‘Hermine’ Churning off the US Mid-Atlantic Coast

‘Hermine’ Churning off the US Mid-Atlantic Coast

‘Hermine’ Churning off the US Mid-Atlantic Coast Storm Hermine churned off the US Mid-Atlantic Coast Sunday, with forecasters projecting it may regain hurricane strength as it slowly moves North, cramping the Labor Day Holiday weekend with high winds, soaking rains and surging seas. The storm, which claimed at least 2 lives in Florida and North […]

Kuwait Scraps Nuclear Power Plans

Kuwait Scraps Nuclear Power Plans

Kuwait Scraps Nuclear Power Plans Ministry says alternative sources are more cost effective   Kuwait’s Ministry of Electricity and Water has reportedly scrapped plans to build a nuclear power plant citing cost concerns. The country had planned to obtain a licence for the project from the United Nations. Kuwait Times reports that the ministry decided […]

California and Colorado Wildfires Prompt Evacuations of Thousands

California and Colorado Wildfires Prompt Evacuations of Thousands

California and Colorado Wildfires Prompt Evacuations of Thousands Strong winds will keep the wildfire danger high across the West Sunday into Monday. Strong winds will keep the wildfire danger high across the West Sunday into Monday. Wildfires burning in both California and Colorado have forced evacuations and left one firefighter injured Saturday evening, burning more […]

US Real Estate: Strong Gains in Public Works, Power Plants & Multifamily Housing

US Real Estate: Strong Gains in Public Works, Power Plants & Multifamily Housing

US Real Estate: Strong Gains in Public Works, Power Plants & Multifamily Housing At a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $636.7 billion, new construction starts in May increased 5% from April, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. Much of the growth came from the nonbuilding construction sector (public works and electric utilities), which was lifted […]

Bushfires on the Rise in Australia, + 40% Since 2007

Bushfires on the Rise in Australia, + 40% Since 2007

Bushfires on the Rise in Australia, + 40% Since 2007 The number of bushfires in Australia is on the rise, +40% since Y 2007 local scientists have found. In a new research paper, published earlier this year in the journal Royal Society Open Science, scientists from CSIRO and University of Tasmania also say the increasing […]