Nature doesn't do subpoenas: it does tornadoes, floods, wildfires and droughts. No leader can stonewall it.
"This is the heartbeat of America. We weren't going to sit back and do nothing."
Severe weather has battered several U.S. states in recent weeks.
Madison County, Illinois, has called on the National Guard to assist due to flooding levels not seen since 1993.
"The overall weather pattern that has been in place across the U.S. will continue early this week, which will bring more rounds of severe weather to the Plains," AccuWeather Meteorologist Brett Rathbun said.
Storm and flood warnings remain in place after days of deadly weather in the Plains and Midwest.
The president "rejoices over the misery that he thinks he has imposed on ordinary Iranians," Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif wrote on Twitter.
An "atmospheric river" has been fueling the storm.
Many areas in the north of the state received several inches of rain.
"Anytime you have an event like this, you have animals that need to be kept safe."
The flood warnings are expected to end Saturday afternoon.
Recent heavy rain in Australia has washed sediment and harmful chemicals into rivers that flow into the sea where the reef is located.
More rain is forecast—and locals have been warned that crocodiles may leave raging rivers and go to suburban streets.
Mandatory evacuations are in place in some areas of California affected by recent wildfires because of the risk of mudslides and debris flows.
Flood warnings have also been issued for several locations in L.A. and Ventura counties.
Sever weather is set to continue to wreak havoc across the central United States.
Water levels rose by more than 5 feet Monday.
At least 17 people were killed—some of whom were children under the age of 14.