Typhoon Hagupit, or also known as Ruby has made two landfalls in the Philippines and continues to smash into the central and northern portions of the country with potentially life-threatening winds, storm surge and flash floods.
Our skies can look a little scary sometimes, but this is completely out of this world.
Last week, Sydney had a massive storm, which isn't unusual. But the way some of the clouds formed looked a little alien.
I am sure you have noticed a smoky, light brown haze hanging over our city the past couple mornings. Yesterday, Thursday morning's smoky haze cloud was at its thickest because of the colder air that had settled in.
We are getting into the season when the flu and the cold are going to be very prominent. And it's also the season when you will be seeing your co-workers coming into the work place spreading their germs all over the place.
Anyone with a yard and a tree (palm trees excluded) faces the exact same paradox every single November and December. The fun part of the changing fall leaves is seeing all the brilliant yellow and orange and red colors. The fall col
I just moved into a new house with plenty of great shade trees in my and my neighbor’s yards. The temperatures have been dropping over the past month and leaves have been changing and now they are falling off the trees.
If you have relatives who live near the Gulf of Mexico, they are probably breathing a sigh of relief. Hurricane Season 2014 in the Atlantic Ocean officially ends this Sunday. Though we can thank an active Pacific Ocean for several t
As we get closer and closer to Thanksgiving Day, closer to the family gatherings, closer to those little appetizers that only come out a couple times a year, closer to all the fixings, and, most importantly, closer to that giant turkey and tama