The state is seeing a state-wide drought and its hottest year since record-keeping began.
Greenhouse emissions are being pumped into the atmosphere at a drastically higher rate than in the past. Continue reading →
Shrinking sea ice, which allows more energy to transfer from the ocean to the atmosphere, could cause more brutal winter weather events. Continue reading →
The logs of old ships could help scientists predict future weather patterns.
The rapid warming of the Atlantic Ocean is producing intense Pacific trade winds -- and a temporary hiatus in warming surface temperatures.
If California's drought continues beyond year three, experts say that the thirsty state could be in danger of a slow-motion water apocalypse.
About a million acres of the Pacific Northwest are burning right now. Continue reading →
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reports that May 2014 had the highest combined global average temperature (both land and ocean) ever recorded for that month at 59.93 degrees F. Continue reading →
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