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Watch thousands of cockroaches fleeing a huge typhoon

Watch thousands of cockroaches fleeing a huge typhoon Thousands of cockroaches were seen marching along a sea wall, seeking shelter from the deadly typhoon that has battered Hong Kong and neighbouring Macau this week.The viral video of the cockroaches, which are said to be fleeing a Macau shore, has since been viewed over 500,000 times.

Airbnb offers Hurricane Harvey evacuees free shelter

Airbnb offers Hurricane Harvey evacuees free shelter In preparation of Hurricane Harvey evacuations, Airbnb will offer people free accommodations, KVUE reports.1 and is open to people in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas and surrounding areas affected by the storm.

Hero Texan delivers six-pack to TV reporter mid-Hurricane Harvey coverage, on air

Hero Texan delivers six-pack to TV reporter mid-Hurricane Harvey coverage, on air Reporter Casey Stegall received a surprise treat during his extremely wet coverage of Hurricane Harvey on Friday—a six-pack of local beer from a scene-stealing local.In the clip, which was later tweeted by Fox News, Stegall is mid-sentence when a woman darts into the frame.

National Weather Service issues grim warning calling Harvey 'unprecedented'

National Weather Service issues grim warning calling Harvey 'unprecedented' The National Weather Service is pulling no punches when it comes to Hurricane Harvey.The federal agency is now calling the storm battering Texas and bringing historic levels of flooding to Houston "unprecedented.

Reddit, Twitter offer an oasis of info, resources for Harvey Reddit victims

Reddit, Twitter offer an oasis of info, resources for Harvey Reddit victims This time in the form of Reddit.A massive, constantly updated page titled the Hurricane Harvey Live Megathread has emerged as one of the best sources for real time information and updates on Harvey.

Wholesome and Patriotic reporter

Wholesome and Patriotic reporter Wholesome and Patriotic reporter Weather Channel reporter Paul Goodloe rescues an American flag that was brought down in Hurricane Harvey.I like this reporter.

Terrifying rafts of fire ants float atop Houston flooding

Terrifying rafts of fire ants float atop Houston flooding Tropical Storm Harvey is no match for the determined ferocity of fire ants.Though the hurricane-turned-tropical-storm caused devastating destruction and unprecedented flooding in the city of Houston, the intense flood waters have only brought the ants closer together.

Houston's mayor pleads with immigrants worried about 'show me your papers' law to call for rescue

Houston's mayor pleads with immigrants worried about 'show me your papers' law to call for rescue At a press conference Monday, Mayor Sylvester Turner made bold statements about deportation concerns amid relief and rescue efforts.In no uncertain terms, he assured his city that anyone who needs rescuing and support can call for help — no matter their immigration status.

As Texas flooded, meteorologists felt helpless as dire forecasts were realized

As Texas flooded, meteorologists felt helpless as dire forecasts were realized But what happens when an event like Tropical Storm Harvey comes along, bringing hazards well beyond anyone's experience?In the days leading up to then-Hurricane Harvey's first landfall in Texas on Aug.

People are desperate for air conditioning as San Francisco deals with record heat

People are desperate for air conditioning as San Francisco deals with record heat It's really hot in San Francisco right now.Like, really, really hot.

Here's how to watch out for Hurricane Irma

Here's how to watch out for Hurricane Irma Hurricanes and tropical storms move fast — with Category 5 Hurricane Irma, that's 185-mph-winds fast.The country is still reeling from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey on the Gulf Coast, but hurricane season has already moved onto the next storm.

Hurricane Irma Is Now Larger Than Ohio, Setting Off Earthquake Seismometers

Hurricane Irma Is Now Larger Than Ohio, Setting Off Earthquake Seismometers While there was some hope that Irma would turn north and miss the continental United States, that’s not going to happen.In fact, Irma is powerful enough that it’s already set off seismometers, while still located entirely over water.

Hurricane Hunters capture incredible footage flying through historic Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Hunters capture incredible footage flying through historic Hurricane Irma As Hurricane Irma takes a buzzsaw to islands in the Atlantic, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is giving the world an intense aerial view of the Category 5 storm.NOAA's Hurricane Hunters Twitter account shared incredible footage captured from a Tuesday flight, showing the brave team flying into the eye of Irma — which had sustained winds of 185 miles per hour on Tuesday — in an attempt to learn more about the storm.

Donald Trump finally tweeted about Hurricane Irma ... and boy are they strange

Donald Trump finally tweeted about Hurricane Irma ... and boy are they strange As the potentially catastrophic Hurricane Irma slams islands in the Caribbean, likely heading towards the U.east coast, President Trump has sent out two tweets about the storm.

Watch Hurricane Irma from space as the huge storm makes landfall

Watch Hurricane Irma from space as the huge storm makes landfall Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful storms to sweep through the Atlantic Ocean, and even space-based cameras are taking notice.Imagers mounted to the outside of the International Space Station captured the storm swirling over islands in the Caribbean on Wednesday, where Irma made its first landfall.

Dramatic photo shows a sunny moment of zen in the chaos of Hurricane Irma

Dramatic photo shows a sunny moment of zen in the chaos of Hurricane Irma Amid all the stormy imagery coming from space and the pros flying through the storm, Hurricane Hunters found a moment of calm in the eye of Hurricane Irma.SEE ALSO: Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful storms to slam the Atlantic Ocean.