EXTREME WEATHER What's next in 2022?

EXTREME WEATHER What's next in 2022?

EXTREME WEATHER What's next in 2022?
  • Main challenges in eastern Kentucky rescue efforts

    The devastating floods in eastern Kentucky have killed at least 28 people. James Preston Hays, Fire Chief of the Hindman Volunteer Fire Department, talks about how they are trying to help victims and what main challenges they are facing in the rescue efforts.

  • Deadly flooding in eastern Kentucky

    Unprecedented flooding in eastern Kentucky has now claimed dozens of lives, including four children from the same family. Several more fatalities are expected.

  • California residents preparing for fire season

    Firefighters in California are making progress in the state's largest blaze but the peak fire season has not even begun. Local residents are taking precautions.

  • Families in Kentucky hit hard by storm damages

    Deadly flooding in the U.S. state of Kentucky has killed at least 28 people. CGTN’s Benji Hyer reports from a neighborhood hit hard by the storm.

  • Thousands of firefighters work to contain devastating Oak Fire

    More than 2,000 fire crews are trying to contain California’s largest active wildfire. The Oak Fire has come dangerously close to the iconic Yosemite National Park, which officials say is out of harm’s way for now, but several communities are still under threat.

    In just a matter of days, the Oak...

  • Protecting giant sequoias from wildfires

    The expanding wildfire in California's Yosemite National Park is making its way toward a grove of world-renowned giant sequoias.

    Fire officials are taking steps to protect the endangered trees, which are some of the largest and oldest in the world.

  • Wildfires in New Mexico

    No let up to the gusty winds that have complicated firefighting efforts in the U.S. state of New Mexico.

    The extreme conditions are helping fuel the largest fire burning right now in the U.S.

    CGTN's Ediz Tiyansan reports from northern New Mexico.

  • Why California is restricting water usage

    Mandatory water restrictions are on the way for six million Californians. Starting June first, residents who live in the Los Angeles area will be allowed to use outdoor water only once per week.

    The move comes as the first three months of this year have been the driest in California’s recorded ...

  • How bad are U.S. wildfires?

    There's big trouble just over the hills in northeast New Mexico. Hot, dry and windy conditions and a rapidly spreading wildfire have put this house in jeopardy.

    "We lost one place and now if I lose this place, there’s not going to be nothing," says a local resident.

    Not going to be nothing, he ...

  • WATCH: Severe weather brings tornadoes

    Many are beginning to clean up and gather their belongings after tornadoes ripped across the U.S. Plains on Wednesday. Weather experts warn more severe weather is on the way.

  • What to expect this Hurricane Season

    Extreme Weather is becoming more frequent and devastating to those who unfortunately experience it.

    In this first installment of our series on extreme weather we take a look at what’s to come to those who live in the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. The forecasts are grim. ...

  • How 2020 hurricane season wrecked havoc

    As we continue our coverage of National Hurricane Preparedness Week, we’re looking back at one of the most active years on record: 2020.

    Aside from the start of a global pandemic, two years ago saw one of the most severe hurricane seasons on record.

    CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock looks more close...