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June 16th, 2014
06:59 PM ET

VIDEO: 2 tornadoes touch down in Nebraska

With severe weather threatening 20 million Americans, two tornadoes touch down in the northeastern part of Nebraska. CNN Severe Weather Expert Chad Myers explains just how rare this kind of weather event is.


Filed under: Chad Myers • Weather
February 14th, 2014
07:03 PM ET

Weather not the sole cause of travel woes

With more than 13,000 flights canceled this week, CNN's Chad Myers breaks down why so many airplanes have been grounded along the East Coast.


Filed under: Air travel • Chad Myers • Weather
June 4th, 2013
01:33 PM ET

Are storm chasers going too far?

CNN's Chad Myers reports from Oklahoma on the dangers of chasing tornadoes.

RELATED STORY: Storm chasing: Science, thrill-seeking or tourism?


Filed under: Chad Myers • Oklahoma • Tornado • Weather
January 3rd, 2013
05:08 PM ET

Asteroid to fly between Earth, moon

CNN's Chad Myers has the details of an asteroid scientists say will narrowly miss hitting Earth in February.


Filed under: Chad Myers • Space
November 9th, 2011
05:22 PM ET

Earthquake rocks eastern Turkey

(CNN) – A 5.7-magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey Wednesday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The epicenter was 16 kilometers (9 miles) south of the town of Van, the USGS said, and its depth was 4.8 kilometers (3 miles). The quake hit at 9:23 p.m. (2:23 p.m. ET), it said.

At least 18 buildings have collapsed in Van, including two hotels and one school, according to Turkish state broadcaster TRT.

FULL STORY


Filed under: Chad Myers • earthquake • Turkey
October 27th, 2011
12:10 PM ET

Tsunami debris bound for the U.S.

Millions of tons of debris washed out to sea by the Japanese tsunami is headed for the U.S. CNN's Chad Myers reports.

RELATED: Tsunami debris at Hawaii by 2013? Researchers seek more precision


Filed under: Chad Myers • Japan