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 •  Hurricane season is just getting started for South Florida 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

If Florida Power & Light calls with a warning about being in the crosshairs of a hurricane, don't hang up. It won't be a joke. The utility, along with forecasters worried about hurricane complacency after nearly 10 years without a major storm striking South Florida,...
 

 •  Amid California drought, fears rise of trees dying, falling 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>LOS ANGELES — As Californians and the communities they live in cut back water use and let lawns turn brown, arborists and state officials are worrying about a potentially dangerous ripple effect: City trees going neglected and becoming diseased or even collapsing.</p>
 

 •  Hurricane Guillermo Heads Towards Hawaii 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

We are watching Hurricane Guillermo in the Pacific, it is heading west, and could be near Hawaii next week.
 

 •  Some Good News for Hot Northeast 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

It is still going to be hot through the weekend in the Northeast, but a front that moved through Thursday lowered the humidity in the region.
 

 •  Record-Challenging Heat Wave Bakes Seattle and Portland, Oregon 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

The Northwest is dealing with yet another record-challenging heat wave to close out July. While relief will come next week, this heat wave will not be...
 

 •  Severe Threat for Plains This Weekend 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Areas of the Great Plains could see strong thunderstorms and possible tornadoes this weekend.
 

 •  What is a blue moon? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

July 31st, 2015 marks a rare blue moon. CNN's Jennifer Gray explains the phenomenon, and why it only happens once in a blue moon.
 

 •  Mapping the Hottest Subway Stations on the Hottest Day in NYC 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Underground temperatures can soar as high as 106 degrees.
 

 •  America on fire: The worst wildfires in US history 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

 

 •  'The Future Of Earth’s Forests Is Highly Uncertain' 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Scientists expect global warming to impede forests’ ability to absorb the Earth’s carbon.
 

 •  Southwest Flood Threat Into Weekend 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Monsoon rain is in the forecast for mujch of the Southwest. Some areas could see up to 5 inches of rain.
 

 •  From Katrina to Wilma: The Devastation of the 2005 Hurricane Season 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>In the most destructive hurricane season in recorded history, images from Katrina, Rita, Wilma and others still resonate today and immediately recall the total despair millions of Americans faced in 2005.</p>
 

 •  Landslides bury Nepal villages, killing at least 30 people 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Landslides caused by heavy rains buried several mountain villages in Nepal on Thursday, killing at least 30 people, and bad weather was hampering the search for others, authorities said.
 

 •  New Brush Fire Burns in Already Stricken State of California 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Jul 31, 2015; 8:15 AM ET Firefighters continue to battle wildfires in California on Thursday, July 30, with a new flare-up reported in Eureka Way, Redding. The Redding blaze was quickly contained.
 

 •  Cooling Off in Bangkok's New Snow and Ice Parks 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>Over the last year, two new indoor cold weather venues, Snow Town and Harbin Ice Wonderland, have opened in Bangkok offering many Thais their first opportunity to visit a frozen, wintry landscape. </p>
 

 •  Friday's 'Blue Moon' Could Actually Look Blue 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Sometimes it’s not just a figure of speech.
 

 •  Volcanoes Dot Snowy Russian Landscape in New Photo from Space 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

The ashy peak of a volcano stands out amid a snowy scene, hinting at a recent eruption, in newly released images from NASA. The Kamchatka Peninsula,...
 

 •  Will the Dangerous Heat in NE Last Into August? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

While the heat wave and high humidity will recede in the Northeast to finish out the week, 90-degree F air may linger in many areas into August.
 

 •  California firefighters control blaze that jumped line 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Crews battling the toughest of several wildfires burning across the state held their ground, keeping a blaze east of California's Napa Valley from jumping any more containment...
 

 •  Weather pictures of the month: July 2015 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Some astonishing weather photos from the month of July.
 

 •  Cover up! 14 places you're most likely to get sunburned 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

 

 •  Astronomers find aurora a million times brighter than the northern lights 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

The most powerful aurora ever recorded has been spotted above a failed star 18 light years away, solving a long-standing astronomical mystery
 

 •  What's Causing Oklahoma's Earthquakes? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

There have been a series of recent earthquakes in Oklahoma. The Weather Channel correspondent Dave Malkoff reports that some blame oil drilling and fracking.
 

 •  Iraqis take mandatory day off as heat wave smothers Mideast 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

It's a 15-minute walk through a lush palm grove from Baghdad's al-Takia refugee camp to the nearest well, but as temperatures hovered around 52 degrees Celsius (126 F) on Thursday, Zakiyah Abdullah, who is eight months pregnant, said it felt like an eternity.
 

 •  'Bathtub Rings' on Saturn's Moon Suggest Shifting Seas 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Saturn's moon, Titan, is the only object in the solar system other than Earth known to have liquid on its surface. While most of the lakes are found...
 

 •  Does Washington's Drought Spell Doom for Hoppy Beers? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Keep calm and drink on.
 

 •  Warming May Boost Wind Energy in Plains States 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>Powerful winds are commonplace in the U.S. prairie states, which experienced walls of dirt swept into the air by these gusts during the Dust Bowl. While today's winds don't often carry the huge quantities of dust that they did in the 1930s, they’re stirring up something significantly more useful in states like Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas – energy.</p>
 

 •  Here Comes the Sun: Why Weather Influenced the Music of the '60s 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>Over 900 songwriters or singers have written or sung about weather, the most common being Bob Dylan, followed by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, according to British researchers, writing in the journal Weather.</p>
 

 •  The Amazing Colors of Salt Flats 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

 

 •  Nighttime Haboob Caught on Camera 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Meteorologist Stephanie Abrams explains how haboobs are formed and why they are so rare at night.
 

 •  Here's what climate change looks like from the edge of the Greenland icecap 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Greenland is melting fast, and that's bad news for sea level rise and other impacts of climate change. “I don’t mean to make it sound so scary,” reporter Ari Daniel says by satellite phone from the...
 

 •  Photos: This is life on a sinking island 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

What would you do if everything you owned were sinking in front of you? The question torments residents of Ghoramara Island, India. 
 

 •  Mexico’s Popocatépetl Spews Ash Into Atmosphere 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Jul 29, 2015; 10:15 AM ET The volcano exploded just before 7 p.m. on Monday, July 27. It is one of the most active volcanoes in North America.
 

 •  How to stay cool this summer without maxxing out the AC 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>June this year was the hottest on record, and July has been no sweat-free picnic. Tempted as you may be to blast the air conditioning until you look like this, you might want to cool it.</p>
 

 •  Impending Calif. storms won't ease drought 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Experts say rain will be accompanied by a heatwave, drawing in monsoonal moisture to the parched state, but lightning may trigger more wildfires
 

 •  Hot Enough to Fry an Egg in Arizona 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

You know the kind of heat we're talking about! Al and Steph have the details!
 

 •  Snow piles from record-breaking Buffalo storm still melting 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

People from Buffalo hear it all year — over the phone or while traveling: "Buffalo? Got snow there?"The answer, still: "Why, yes!"Two piles remain in one abandoned lot where trucks dumped it after a freak November storm buried neighborhoods in so much snow — 7 feet fell in spots — that crews had nowhere else to put it."I tell my customers; 'You want ice cubes? Go get them,'"...
 

 •  These maps reveal what the world thinks of climate change 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Four in 10 adults throughout the world have never heard of climate change, according to a new Yale-led study in "Nature." Using data from the 2007-2008 Gallup World Poll, the researchers looked at what the world's population thinks about climate change and why.
 

 •  The worst heat waves in the U.S. in recent history 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Every year, heat waves take their toll. Hundreds of people in the United States die from heat-related illnesses, the electrical grid is taxed and sometimes fails, and damage to infrastructure — such as buckling pavement — occurs. (People in China are experiencing such intense heat they’re looking for any means of relief.) A new study predicts that heat waves will double by 2020 and quadruple by 2040. Here are some of the worst heat waves the U.S. has experienced over the past 25 years.
 

 •  Canadian Tornado Touches Down for 3 Hours 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari explains how a tornado in Canada was able to stay on the ground for three hours.
 

 •  Mexico’s Colima Volcano Erupts Hot Ash Into the Atmosphere 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Jul 28, 2015; 11:00 AM ET Mexico’s Colima Volcano erupted on the morning of July 27, spewing hot ash into the atmosphere.
 

 •  What to do if a heat wave is headed your way 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

A heat wave – an extended period of above-average temperatures – can be extremely dangerous.
 

 •  Snow Falls in Jackson Hole, WY 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Watch as snow falls in Jaskson Hole, Wy in July.
 

 •  Climate change is imperiling bumblebees 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

A recent report in the journal Science says climate change has caused bumblebee habitat to shrink by as much as 180 miles in the last 40 years — a pace researchers say is quite alarming.
 

 •  The risk of flooding for US coastal cities has risen significantly over the past century 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Changing storm dynamics have made flooding a much bigger problem in the US, according to a nationwide study published in Nature Climate Change today. By analyzing historical storm data, researchers have found that the likelihood of a coastal city experiencing severe rainfall and storm surge at the same time is far greater nowadays than it was in the middle of the 20th century.
 

 •  Half of Columbia River sockeye salmon dying due to hot water 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

More than a quarter million sockeye salmon returning from the ocean to spawn are either dead or dying in the Columbia River and its tributaries due to warming water temperatures.
 

 •  Blue Moon: Thrill This Week for Skywatchers Who Love The Moon 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Get ready for a once-in-a-blue moon event. A real Blue Moon, and as Meteorologist Domenica Davis explains, it wont happen again for quit e a while.
 

 •  Worldwide strengthening El Nino giveth and taketh away 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

In California, they're counting on it to end an historic drought; in Peru, they've already declared a pre-emptive emergency to prepare for devastating flooding. It's both an economic stimulus and a recession-maker. And it's likely to increase the price of coffee, chocolate and sugar.
 

 •  What to do when your dog is afraid of thunderstorms 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Some dogs demonstrate radical behavior in response to storm or noise phobias. Some researchers believe it is more than just the volume of the thunder that triggers their fear.
 

 •  Loss of glaciers will have unique effects on the Pacific Northwest 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Glaciers set the Pacific Northwest apart and are essential for supplying the region’s drinking water, hydropower and for ensuring the survival of the region's iconic salmon.
 

 •  Study: Tiny plankton play a big role in keeping the Earth cool 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

In the middle of the world’s southern ocean, there’s a mighty force that’s helping keep the sun’s rays at bay.
 

 •  On four continents, historic droughts wreak havoc 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

California's historic drought appears to be matched by severe dry spells on three other continents.
 

 •  Why are more Americans being struck by lightning? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Expert shares insight and tips to stay safe
 

 •  El Niño likely to spur more floods throughout USA this fall 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Rivers typically flood in springtime as snowmelt from mountains makes its way downhill and combines with rain. The annual ritual is known as the spring thaw. Now, government agencies are warning that this autumn may behave much like spring. 
 

 •  Incredible Starlit Skies 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>The Alqueva Reserve is known for its stunning star-lit sky, and has been named an official 'Starlight Tourism Destination' by the Starlight Foundation. Starlight destinations are places that have very low light pollution and visitors can enjoy unique and unparalleled opportunities to view the night sky.</p>
 

Dharamsala / Dharamshala Weather Forecast, Live Weather News


 •  Currently: Cloudy: 21C 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Currently in Dharamsala, IN: 21 °C and Cloudy
 

 •  8/1/2015 Forecast 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

High: 22 C Low: 18 C Cloudy with thundershowers
 

 •  8/2/2015 Forecast 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

High: 23 C Low: 18 C Showers and a heavier t-storm
 

 •  The AccuWeather.com RSS Center 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

To discover additional weather feeds, visit the AccuWeather.com RSS Center at http://www.accuweather.com/en/downloads
 

Kullu Weather Forecast, Live Weather News


 •  Hurricane season is just getting started for South Florida 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

If Florida Power & Light calls with a warning about being in the crosshairs of a hurricane, don't hang up. It won't be a joke. The utility, along with forecasters worried about hurricane complacency after nearly 10 years without a major storm striking South Florida,...
 

 •  Amid California drought, fears rise of trees dying, falling 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>LOS ANGELES — As Californians and the communities they live in cut back water use and let lawns turn brown, arborists and state officials are worrying about a potentially dangerous ripple effect: City trees going neglected and becoming diseased or even collapsing.</p>
 

 •  Hurricane Guillermo Heads Towards Hawaii 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

We are watching Hurricane Guillermo in the Pacific, it is heading west, and could be near Hawaii next week.
 

 •  Some Good News for Hot Northeast 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

It is still going to be hot through the weekend in the Northeast, but a front that moved through Thursday lowered the humidity in the region.
 

 •  Record-Challenging Heat Wave Bakes Seattle and Portland, Oregon 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

The Northwest is dealing with yet another record-challenging heat wave to close out July. While relief will come next week, this heat wave will not be...
 

 •  Severe Threat for Plains This Weekend 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Areas of the Great Plains could see strong thunderstorms and possible tornadoes this weekend.
 

 •  What is a blue moon? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

July 31st, 2015 marks a rare blue moon. CNN's Jennifer Gray explains the phenomenon, and why it only happens once in a blue moon.
 

 •  Mapping the Hottest Subway Stations on the Hottest Day in NYC 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Underground temperatures can soar as high as 106 degrees.
 

 •  America on fire: The worst wildfires in US history 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

 

 •  'The Future Of Earth’s Forests Is Highly Uncertain' 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Scientists expect global warming to impede forests’ ability to absorb the Earth’s carbon.
 

 •  Southwest Flood Threat Into Weekend 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Monsoon rain is in the forecast for mujch of the Southwest. Some areas could see up to 5 inches of rain.
 

 •  From Katrina to Wilma: The Devastation of the 2005 Hurricane Season 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>In the most destructive hurricane season in recorded history, images from Katrina, Rita, Wilma and others still resonate today and immediately recall the total despair millions of Americans faced in 2005.</p>
 

 •  Landslides bury Nepal villages, killing at least 30 people 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Landslides caused by heavy rains buried several mountain villages in Nepal on Thursday, killing at least 30 people, and bad weather was hampering the search for others, authorities said.
 

 •  New Brush Fire Burns in Already Stricken State of California 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Jul 31, 2015; 8:15 AM ET Firefighters continue to battle wildfires in California on Thursday, July 30, with a new flare-up reported in Eureka Way, Redding. The Redding blaze was quickly contained.
 

 •  Cooling Off in Bangkok's New Snow and Ice Parks 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>Over the last year, two new indoor cold weather venues, Snow Town and Harbin Ice Wonderland, have opened in Bangkok offering many Thais their first opportunity to visit a frozen, wintry landscape. </p>
 

 •  Friday's 'Blue Moon' Could Actually Look Blue 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Sometimes it’s not just a figure of speech.
 

 •  Volcanoes Dot Snowy Russian Landscape in New Photo from Space 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

The ashy peak of a volcano stands out amid a snowy scene, hinting at a recent eruption, in newly released images from NASA. The Kamchatka Peninsula,...
 

 •  Will the Dangerous Heat in NE Last Into August? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

While the heat wave and high humidity will recede in the Northeast to finish out the week, 90-degree F air may linger in many areas into August.
 

 •  California firefighters control blaze that jumped line 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Crews battling the toughest of several wildfires burning across the state held their ground, keeping a blaze east of California's Napa Valley from jumping any more containment...
 

 •  Weather pictures of the month: July 2015 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Some astonishing weather photos from the month of July.
 

 •  Cover up! 14 places you're most likely to get sunburned 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

 

 •  Astronomers find aurora a million times brighter than the northern lights 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

The most powerful aurora ever recorded has been spotted above a failed star 18 light years away, solving a long-standing astronomical mystery
 

 •  What's Causing Oklahoma's Earthquakes? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

There have been a series of recent earthquakes in Oklahoma. The Weather Channel correspondent Dave Malkoff reports that some blame oil drilling and fracking.
 

 •  Iraqis take mandatory day off as heat wave smothers Mideast 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

It's a 15-minute walk through a lush palm grove from Baghdad's al-Takia refugee camp to the nearest well, but as temperatures hovered around 52 degrees Celsius (126 F) on Thursday, Zakiyah Abdullah, who is eight months pregnant, said it felt like an eternity.
 

 •  'Bathtub Rings' on Saturn's Moon Suggest Shifting Seas 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Saturn's moon, Titan, is the only object in the solar system other than Earth known to have liquid on its surface. While most of the lakes are found...
 

 •  Does Washington's Drought Spell Doom for Hoppy Beers? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Keep calm and drink on.
 

 •  Warming May Boost Wind Energy in Plains States 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>Powerful winds are commonplace in the U.S. prairie states, which experienced walls of dirt swept into the air by these gusts during the Dust Bowl. While today's winds don't often carry the huge quantities of dust that they did in the 1930s, they’re stirring up something significantly more useful in states like Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas – energy.</p>
 

 •  Here Comes the Sun: Why Weather Influenced the Music of the '60s 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>Over 900 songwriters or singers have written or sung about weather, the most common being Bob Dylan, followed by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, according to British researchers, writing in the journal Weather.</p>
 

 •  The Amazing Colors of Salt Flats 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

 

 •  Nighttime Haboob Caught on Camera 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Meteorologist Stephanie Abrams explains how haboobs are formed and why they are so rare at night.
 

 •  Here's what climate change looks like from the edge of the Greenland icecap 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Greenland is melting fast, and that's bad news for sea level rise and other impacts of climate change. “I don’t mean to make it sound so scary,” reporter Ari Daniel says by satellite phone from the...
 

 •  Photos: This is life on a sinking island 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

What would you do if everything you owned were sinking in front of you? The question torments residents of Ghoramara Island, India. 
 

 •  Mexico’s Popocatépetl Spews Ash Into Atmosphere 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Jul 29, 2015; 10:15 AM ET The volcano exploded just before 7 p.m. on Monday, July 27. It is one of the most active volcanoes in North America.
 

 •  How to stay cool this summer without maxxing out the AC 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>June this year was the hottest on record, and July has been no sweat-free picnic. Tempted as you may be to blast the air conditioning until you look like this, you might want to cool it.</p>
 

 •  Impending Calif. storms won't ease drought 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Experts say rain will be accompanied by a heatwave, drawing in monsoonal moisture to the parched state, but lightning may trigger more wildfires
 

 •  Hot Enough to Fry an Egg in Arizona 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

You know the kind of heat we're talking about! Al and Steph have the details!
 

 •  Snow piles from record-breaking Buffalo storm still melting 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

People from Buffalo hear it all year — over the phone or while traveling: "Buffalo? Got snow there?"The answer, still: "Why, yes!"Two piles remain in one abandoned lot where trucks dumped it after a freak November storm buried neighborhoods in so much snow — 7 feet fell in spots — that crews had nowhere else to put it."I tell my customers; 'You want ice cubes? Go get them,'"...
 

 •  These maps reveal what the world thinks of climate change 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Four in 10 adults throughout the world have never heard of climate change, according to a new Yale-led study in "Nature." Using data from the 2007-2008 Gallup World Poll, the researchers looked at what the world's population thinks about climate change and why.
 

 •  The worst heat waves in the U.S. in recent history 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Every year, heat waves take their toll. Hundreds of people in the United States die from heat-related illnesses, the electrical grid is taxed and sometimes fails, and damage to infrastructure — such as buckling pavement — occurs. (People in China are experiencing such intense heat they’re looking for any means of relief.) A new study predicts that heat waves will double by 2020 and quadruple by 2040. Here are some of the worst heat waves the U.S. has experienced over the past 25 years.
 

 •  Canadian Tornado Touches Down for 3 Hours 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari explains how a tornado in Canada was able to stay on the ground for three hours.
 

 •  Mexico’s Colima Volcano Erupts Hot Ash Into the Atmosphere 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Jul 28, 2015; 11:00 AM ET Mexico’s Colima Volcano erupted on the morning of July 27, spewing hot ash into the atmosphere.
 

 •  What to do if a heat wave is headed your way 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

A heat wave – an extended period of above-average temperatures – can be extremely dangerous.
 

 •  Snow Falls in Jackson Hole, WY 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Watch as snow falls in Jaskson Hole, Wy in July.
 

 •  Climate change is imperiling bumblebees 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

A recent report in the journal Science says climate change has caused bumblebee habitat to shrink by as much as 180 miles in the last 40 years — a pace researchers say is quite alarming.
 

 •  The risk of flooding for US coastal cities has risen significantly over the past century 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Changing storm dynamics have made flooding a much bigger problem in the US, according to a nationwide study published in Nature Climate Change today. By analyzing historical storm data, researchers have found that the likelihood of a coastal city experiencing severe rainfall and storm surge at the same time is far greater nowadays than it was in the middle of the 20th century.
 

 •  Half of Columbia River sockeye salmon dying due to hot water 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

More than a quarter million sockeye salmon returning from the ocean to spawn are either dead or dying in the Columbia River and its tributaries due to warming water temperatures.
 

 •  Blue Moon: Thrill This Week for Skywatchers Who Love The Moon 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Get ready for a once-in-a-blue moon event. A real Blue Moon, and as Meteorologist Domenica Davis explains, it wont happen again for quit e a while.
 

 •  Worldwide strengthening El Nino giveth and taketh away 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

In California, they're counting on it to end an historic drought; in Peru, they've already declared a pre-emptive emergency to prepare for devastating flooding. It's both an economic stimulus and a recession-maker. And it's likely to increase the price of coffee, chocolate and sugar.
 

 •  What to do when your dog is afraid of thunderstorms 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Some dogs demonstrate radical behavior in response to storm or noise phobias. Some researchers believe it is more than just the volume of the thunder that triggers their fear.
 

 •  Loss of glaciers will have unique effects on the Pacific Northwest 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Glaciers set the Pacific Northwest apart and are essential for supplying the region’s drinking water, hydropower and for ensuring the survival of the region's iconic salmon.
 

 •  Study: Tiny plankton play a big role in keeping the Earth cool 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

In the middle of the world’s southern ocean, there’s a mighty force that’s helping keep the sun’s rays at bay.
 

 •  On four continents, historic droughts wreak havoc 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

California's historic drought appears to be matched by severe dry spells on three other continents.
 

 •  Why are more Americans being struck by lightning? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Expert shares insight and tips to stay safe
 

 •  El Niño likely to spur more floods throughout USA this fall 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Rivers typically flood in springtime as snowmelt from mountains makes its way downhill and combines with rain. The annual ritual is known as the spring thaw. Now, government agencies are warning that this autumn may behave much like spring. 
 

 •  Incredible Starlit Skies 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>The Alqueva Reserve is known for its stunning star-lit sky, and has been named an official 'Starlight Tourism Destination' by the Starlight Foundation. Starlight destinations are places that have very low light pollution and visitors can enjoy unique and unparalleled opportunities to view the night sky.</p>
 

Manali Weather Forecast, Live Weather News


 •  Currently: Cloudy: 32C 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Currently in Manali, IN: 32 °C and Cloudy
 

 •  8/1/2015 Forecast 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

High: 33 C Low: 26 C Cloudy
 

 •  8/2/2015 Forecast 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

High: 34 C Low: 26 C Some brightening
 

 •  The AccuWeather.com RSS Center 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

To discover additional weather feeds, visit the AccuWeather.com RSS Center at http://www.accuweather.com/en/downloads
 

Shimla Weather Forecast, Live Weather News


 •  Hurricane season is just getting started for South Florida 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

If Florida Power & Light calls with a warning about being in the crosshairs of a hurricane, don't hang up. It won't be a joke. The utility, along with forecasters worried about hurricane complacency after nearly 10 years without a major storm striking South Florida,...
 

 •  Amid California drought, fears rise of trees dying, falling 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>LOS ANGELES — As Californians and the communities they live in cut back water use and let lawns turn brown, arborists and state officials are worrying about a potentially dangerous ripple effect: City trees going neglected and becoming diseased or even collapsing.</p>
 

 •  Hurricane Guillermo Heads Towards Hawaii 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

We are watching Hurricane Guillermo in the Pacific, it is heading west, and could be near Hawaii next week.
 

 •  Some Good News for Hot Northeast 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

It is still going to be hot through the weekend in the Northeast, but a front that moved through Thursday lowered the humidity in the region.
 

 •  Record-Challenging Heat Wave Bakes Seattle and Portland, Oregon 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

The Northwest is dealing with yet another record-challenging heat wave to close out July. While relief will come next week, this heat wave will not be...
 

 •  Severe Threat for Plains This Weekend 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Areas of the Great Plains could see strong thunderstorms and possible tornadoes this weekend.
 

 •  What is a blue moon? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

July 31st, 2015 marks a rare blue moon. CNN's Jennifer Gray explains the phenomenon, and why it only happens once in a blue moon.
 

 •  Mapping the Hottest Subway Stations on the Hottest Day in NYC 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Underground temperatures can soar as high as 106 degrees.
 

 •  America on fire: The worst wildfires in US history 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

 

 •  'The Future Of Earth’s Forests Is Highly Uncertain' 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Scientists expect global warming to impede forests’ ability to absorb the Earth’s carbon.
 

 •  Southwest Flood Threat Into Weekend 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Monsoon rain is in the forecast for mujch of the Southwest. Some areas could see up to 5 inches of rain.
 

 •  From Katrina to Wilma: The Devastation of the 2005 Hurricane Season 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>In the most destructive hurricane season in recorded history, images from Katrina, Rita, Wilma and others still resonate today and immediately recall the total despair millions of Americans faced in 2005.</p>
 

 •  Landslides bury Nepal villages, killing at least 30 people 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Landslides caused by heavy rains buried several mountain villages in Nepal on Thursday, killing at least 30 people, and bad weather was hampering the search for others, authorities said.
 

 •  New Brush Fire Burns in Already Stricken State of California 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Jul 31, 2015; 8:15 AM ET Firefighters continue to battle wildfires in California on Thursday, July 30, with a new flare-up reported in Eureka Way, Redding. The Redding blaze was quickly contained.
 

 •  Cooling Off in Bangkok's New Snow and Ice Parks 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>Over the last year, two new indoor cold weather venues, Snow Town and Harbin Ice Wonderland, have opened in Bangkok offering many Thais their first opportunity to visit a frozen, wintry landscape. </p>
 

 •  Friday's 'Blue Moon' Could Actually Look Blue 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Sometimes it’s not just a figure of speech.
 

 •  Volcanoes Dot Snowy Russian Landscape in New Photo from Space 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

The ashy peak of a volcano stands out amid a snowy scene, hinting at a recent eruption, in newly released images from NASA. The Kamchatka Peninsula,...
 

 •  Will the Dangerous Heat in NE Last Into August? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

While the heat wave and high humidity will recede in the Northeast to finish out the week, 90-degree F air may linger in many areas into August.
 

 •  California firefighters control blaze that jumped line 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Crews battling the toughest of several wildfires burning across the state held their ground, keeping a blaze east of California's Napa Valley from jumping any more containment...
 

 •  Weather pictures of the month: July 2015 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Some astonishing weather photos from the month of July.
 

 •  Cover up! 14 places you're most likely to get sunburned 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

 

 •  Astronomers find aurora a million times brighter than the northern lights 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

The most powerful aurora ever recorded has been spotted above a failed star 18 light years away, solving a long-standing astronomical mystery
 

 •  What's Causing Oklahoma's Earthquakes? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

There have been a series of recent earthquakes in Oklahoma. The Weather Channel correspondent Dave Malkoff reports that some blame oil drilling and fracking.
 

 •  Iraqis take mandatory day off as heat wave smothers Mideast 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

It's a 15-minute walk through a lush palm grove from Baghdad's al-Takia refugee camp to the nearest well, but as temperatures hovered around 52 degrees Celsius (126 F) on Thursday, Zakiyah Abdullah, who is eight months pregnant, said it felt like an eternity.
 

 •  'Bathtub Rings' on Saturn's Moon Suggest Shifting Seas 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Saturn's moon, Titan, is the only object in the solar system other than Earth known to have liquid on its surface. While most of the lakes are found...
 

 •  Does Washington's Drought Spell Doom for Hoppy Beers? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Keep calm and drink on.
 

 •  Warming May Boost Wind Energy in Plains States 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>Powerful winds are commonplace in the U.S. prairie states, which experienced walls of dirt swept into the air by these gusts during the Dust Bowl. While today's winds don't often carry the huge quantities of dust that they did in the 1930s, they’re stirring up something significantly more useful in states like Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas – energy.</p>
 

 •  Here Comes the Sun: Why Weather Influenced the Music of the '60s 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>Over 900 songwriters or singers have written or sung about weather, the most common being Bob Dylan, followed by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, according to British researchers, writing in the journal Weather.</p>
 

 •  The Amazing Colors of Salt Flats 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

 

 •  Nighttime Haboob Caught on Camera 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Meteorologist Stephanie Abrams explains how haboobs are formed and why they are so rare at night.
 

 •  Here's what climate change looks like from the edge of the Greenland icecap 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Greenland is melting fast, and that's bad news for sea level rise and other impacts of climate change. “I don’t mean to make it sound so scary,” reporter Ari Daniel says by satellite phone from the...
 

 •  Photos: This is life on a sinking island 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

What would you do if everything you owned were sinking in front of you? The question torments residents of Ghoramara Island, India. 
 

 •  Mexico’s Popocatépetl Spews Ash Into Atmosphere 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Jul 29, 2015; 10:15 AM ET The volcano exploded just before 7 p.m. on Monday, July 27. It is one of the most active volcanoes in North America.
 

 •  How to stay cool this summer without maxxing out the AC 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>June this year was the hottest on record, and July has been no sweat-free picnic. Tempted as you may be to blast the air conditioning until you look like this, you might want to cool it.</p>
 

 •  Impending Calif. storms won't ease drought 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Experts say rain will be accompanied by a heatwave, drawing in monsoonal moisture to the parched state, but lightning may trigger more wildfires
 

 •  Hot Enough to Fry an Egg in Arizona 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

You know the kind of heat we're talking about! Al and Steph have the details!
 

 •  Snow piles from record-breaking Buffalo storm still melting 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

People from Buffalo hear it all year — over the phone or while traveling: "Buffalo? Got snow there?"The answer, still: "Why, yes!"Two piles remain in one abandoned lot where trucks dumped it after a freak November storm buried neighborhoods in so much snow — 7 feet fell in spots — that crews had nowhere else to put it."I tell my customers; 'You want ice cubes? Go get them,'"...
 

 •  These maps reveal what the world thinks of climate change 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Four in 10 adults throughout the world have never heard of climate change, according to a new Yale-led study in "Nature." Using data from the 2007-2008 Gallup World Poll, the researchers looked at what the world's population thinks about climate change and why.
 

 •  The worst heat waves in the U.S. in recent history 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Every year, heat waves take their toll. Hundreds of people in the United States die from heat-related illnesses, the electrical grid is taxed and sometimes fails, and damage to infrastructure — such as buckling pavement — occurs. (People in China are experiencing such intense heat they’re looking for any means of relief.) A new study predicts that heat waves will double by 2020 and quadruple by 2040. Here are some of the worst heat waves the U.S. has experienced over the past 25 years.
 

 •  Canadian Tornado Touches Down for 3 Hours 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari explains how a tornado in Canada was able to stay on the ground for three hours.
 

 •  Mexico’s Colima Volcano Erupts Hot Ash Into the Atmosphere 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Jul 28, 2015; 11:00 AM ET Mexico’s Colima Volcano erupted on the morning of July 27, spewing hot ash into the atmosphere.
 

 •  What to do if a heat wave is headed your way 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

A heat wave – an extended period of above-average temperatures – can be extremely dangerous.
 

 •  Snow Falls in Jackson Hole, WY 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Watch as snow falls in Jaskson Hole, Wy in July.
 

 •  Climate change is imperiling bumblebees 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

A recent report in the journal Science says climate change has caused bumblebee habitat to shrink by as much as 180 miles in the last 40 years — a pace researchers say is quite alarming.
 

 •  The risk of flooding for US coastal cities has risen significantly over the past century 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Changing storm dynamics have made flooding a much bigger problem in the US, according to a nationwide study published in Nature Climate Change today. By analyzing historical storm data, researchers have found that the likelihood of a coastal city experiencing severe rainfall and storm surge at the same time is far greater nowadays than it was in the middle of the 20th century.
 

 •  Half of Columbia River sockeye salmon dying due to hot water 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

More than a quarter million sockeye salmon returning from the ocean to spawn are either dead or dying in the Columbia River and its tributaries due to warming water temperatures.
 

 •  Blue Moon: Thrill This Week for Skywatchers Who Love The Moon 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Get ready for a once-in-a-blue moon event. A real Blue Moon, and as Meteorologist Domenica Davis explains, it wont happen again for quit e a while.
 

 •  Worldwide strengthening El Nino giveth and taketh away 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

In California, they're counting on it to end an historic drought; in Peru, they've already declared a pre-emptive emergency to prepare for devastating flooding. It's both an economic stimulus and a recession-maker. And it's likely to increase the price of coffee, chocolate and sugar.
 

 •  What to do when your dog is afraid of thunderstorms 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Some dogs demonstrate radical behavior in response to storm or noise phobias. Some researchers believe it is more than just the volume of the thunder that triggers their fear.
 

 •  Loss of glaciers will have unique effects on the Pacific Northwest 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Glaciers set the Pacific Northwest apart and are essential for supplying the region’s drinking water, hydropower and for ensuring the survival of the region's iconic salmon.
 

 •  Study: Tiny plankton play a big role in keeping the Earth cool 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

In the middle of the world’s southern ocean, there’s a mighty force that’s helping keep the sun’s rays at bay.
 

 •  On four continents, historic droughts wreak havoc 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

California's historic drought appears to be matched by severe dry spells on three other continents.
 

 •  Why are more Americans being struck by lightning? 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Expert shares insight and tips to stay safe
 

 •  El Niño likely to spur more floods throughout USA this fall 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

Rivers typically flood in springtime as snowmelt from mountains makes its way downhill and combines with rain. The annual ritual is known as the spring thaw. Now, government agencies are warning that this autumn may behave much like spring. 
 

 •  Incredible Starlit Skies 08/01/2015 06:47 AM

<p>The Alqueva Reserve is known for its stunning star-lit sky, and has been named an official 'Starlight Tourism Destination' by the Starlight Foundation. Starlight destinations are places that have very low light pollution and visitors can enjoy unique and unparalleled opportunities to view the night sky.</p>