A wildfire that started on June 28, 2022, near North San Juan in the Rice’s Crossing area, Nevada County, California has already burned 200 ha (500 acres) of land and several structures. Evacuations were ordered for areas near Rice’s Crossing and Cranston roads.
A bolt of lightning hit a 12 m (39 feet) long fishing boat about 160 km (100 miles) off the coast of Clearwater, Florida on June 25, 2022, disabling it and leaving its crew of 7 people stranded in the middle of stormy weather. The group was participating in a fishing tournament.
A total of 115 homes were severely damaged or destroyed in Montana’s Park, Carbon, and Stillwater counties by historic floods that hit the region on June 12 and 13, 2022.
A stunning supercell tracked between Dorrance and Glendale, Kansas, U.S. on June 23, 2022, producing multiple tornadoes.
Intense thunderstorms rolled through California, U.S. on June 22, 2022, producing more than 50 000 lightning strikes within 24 hours – the most in a single day since 2017. While the lightning strikes started multiple wildfires, one of them struck a woman and her two dogs killing them on the spot.
Sin City Outdoors ventured out to Lake Mead in Nevada again, showing what lies down at the bottom of a rapidly declining lake. Lake Mead, filled by the Colorado River, is the source of nearly 90% of Southern Nevada’s water.
An estimated 2 000 head of cattle have died in Ulysses, Kansas over the past couple of days, and more than 10 000 across the entire state of Texas. While the deaths have been blamed on the heatwave, high humidity levels, and lack of nighttime cooling, many people are speculating this might not be the case.
Severe thunderstorms hit the U.S. Midwest from June 13 to 15, 2022, causing widespread damage and leaving nearly 500 000 customers without power. Severe weather is now shifting to the Northeast.
Video from a southern Montana community near Yellowstone National Park shows a house falling into the raging Yellowstone River on June 13, 2022, after heavy rain and melting snow caused unprecedented flooding.
At least 2 200 households near Flagstaff, Arizona were ordered to evacuate late Monday, June 13, 2022, due to threats posed by the growing Pipeline Fire.