• Partygoers trapped by tide as they make their way to island
LIFEBOAT crews were called to rescue stranded partygoers and firefighters had to deal with fire hydrants set off around the city as scorching temperatures led to a busy weekend for the emergency services.
SCOTSMAN.com 12.06.2006 18:20
• Storm litters Mexican resort
Downpours from a tropical depression churning toward Mexico's southwestern Pacific coast on Sunday flooded streets, businesses and homes and pushed trash onto some beaches in this resort city.
MSNBC.com: Weather 05.06.2006 19:41
• China floods kill 29, displace thousands
Rainstorms and floods have killed 29 people and destroyed thousands of homes in southern China, state media reported on Monday, and weather forecasts offered little hope of relief.
MSNBC.com: Weather 05.06.2006 15:54
• New Hampshire rain triggers new flooding
Strong storms moved across New Hampshire on Thursday and early Friday, flooding streets, knocking out power and closing some schools.
MSNBC.com: Weather 02.06.2006 20:38
• 16 dead in India monsoon flooding
Millions of Bombay's residents grappled Thursday with waterlogged streets and traffic jams caused by the season's first monsoon rains, and authorities said at least 16 people had died in western India.
MSNBC.com: Weather 01.06.2006 23:26
• Hurricane odds find a gambling niche
According to the odds given by the multibillion-dollar Internet betting industry, its almost a dead certainty that Florida will be struck by a big hurricane during the 26 Atlantic hurricane season.
MSNBC.com: Weather 01.06.2006 21:44
• University experts issue hurricane forecast
A noted U.S. storm forecaster predicted Wednesday the Atlantic season will see nine hurricanes and said there was an 82-percent chance the U.S. coast would be hit by a big one.
MSNBC.com: Weather 31.05.2006 20:39
• Woman hit by lightning while praying
Worried about the safety of her family during a stormy Memorial Day, Clara Jean Brown stood in her kitchen and prayed for their safe return only to be struck by lightning.
MSNBC.com: Weather 30.05.2006 23:27