A mind- and body-numbing — minus 136 degrees Fahrenheit was measured between Dome Argus and Dome Fuji, two summits on the East Antarctic Plateau.
Soot in the smoke billowing from Industrial Age coal-burning factories seems to have sullied the glaciers, causing them to melt, although average temperatures in Europe were dropping. Continue reading →
The day's temperature has an influence on the level of concern some people have about the impact of climate change.
World War Two changed everything about life in Britain, even the weather.
Chemists have discovered just how cold water can get before it must freeze.
Severe winter in the Northern Hemisphere mid-latitudes are the result of a breakdown in the normal patterns of air pressure, winds, and the loss of sea ice in the Arctic.