8 feet of snow? Storm train could deal deathblow to wildfire season
A parade of storms is expected to unload enough precipitation to some fire-ravaged parts of the U.S. to effectively end wildfire season and help fight the extreme drought.
The other time a plane crashed into a New York City skyscraper
Over 50 years before Sept. 11, 2001, another deadly aviation disaster terrified New York City residents -- and it all happened in bad weather. Decades later, lessons from that tragedy are still used to train pilots.
Harrowing rescues, dozens killed as flooding rocks India
The flooding spread into neighboring Nepal as torrential rains triggered devastating floods and landslides. Dramatic footage showed numerous high-water rescues, including some that went awry.
16 outdoor Halloween decorations that'll impress your neighbors
Whether you're going for downright spooky or just plain silly, here are some great options -- including some decorations that are in between.
Startling image shows what appears to be sled dogs walking on water
A Danish researcher's striking image isn't exactly what it seems at first glance — and scientists say scenes like this could become all too common in the future.
'Gates of Hell' crater has burned in remote desert for 50 years
Rain doesn't often fall there, but even when it does fall it's unable to put out this everlasting fire. AccuWeather spoke to the only person to have climbed down into the crater and he explained what he found down there.