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A new AAA study finds that when the thermometer drops to 20 degrees, EV battery range falls by an average of 41 percent on the five models it tested.
Natural disasters cost the country $91 billion in 2018, according to a new report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The U.S. suffered 14 weather and climate disasters with costs surpassing $1 billion during a warmer- and wetter-than-average year, NOAA says.
Record cold in the Midwest grounds more than 1,500 flights as the polar vortex curtails operations at some of the country's busiest airports for a second day. Package deliveries in some areas are also suspended.
Your iPhone or Android phone might shut off if it gets too cold in the bone-chilling polar vortex, so be sure to keep it warm.
Some drivers are saying Tesla Model 3 door handles are frozen shut in the cold weather blowing through the United States.
A powerful polar vortex is blamed for at least five deaths across the Midwest, with even colder weather coming Wednesday, NBC News reports.
Airlines have canceled more than 2,000 flights as severe weather hits a broad swath of the U.S. Carriers waived date-change and cancellation fees for travelers affected by the storms, which will be followed by bitter cold in the northern U.S.
Universities in the Midwest are starting to cancel classes in preparation for an anticipated expansion of the polar vortex across the area that will likely bring some cities their coldest weather in two decades.
Shares of PG&E rallied Tuesday despite a disagreement between the company and some of its shareholders over its Chapter 11 filing.
PG&E said in a court filing that abiding by a judge's order to inspect its energy grid and clear trees would cost as much as $150 billion.
Elliott Harris of the United Nations says rising levels of debt, climate risk and financial instability are the top three risks to global growth apart from U.S.-China trade tensions.
Airlines waived change fees ahead of winter storm Harper. Travelers can change their tickets to travel as late as next week as the storm approaches the East Coast, bringing snow, sleet and heavy rain.
As extreme weather events become more frequent in places where borrowers might not have flood or fire insurance, the risk of foreclosure rises. Some now predict that the nation could face a climate-related inspired housing crisis.
As weather becomes more extreme, and storms occur in unusual places, where borrowers might not have flood or fire insurance, the risk of foreclosure rises. CNBC's Diana Olick reports. Produced by Erica Posse.
Natural gas prices spiked on Monday on forecasts showing the severe cold gripping the United States will persist longer than previously thought.