Topic: Bill Patzert
Nearly 1,200 tornadoes have swarmed the United States this year and the death toll from these tornadoes has likely topped 500, a number not seen since 1953.
Another storm moved through California Wednesday after nearly a week of record rain saturated the state. Sierra Nevada snowpack critical to spring agriculture is at double its normal size.
Hurricane Alex has pushed oil from the BP Gulf oil spill spill onto Gulf coast beaches, with some tar balls as large as apples.