While the current El Nino could rival that of 1997, that doesn't mean the U.S. impacts will be the same. Continue reading →
June 2015 was the warmest June on record, and there's a good chance 2015 will be the warmest year. Continue reading →
A shift of the winds can alter ocean temperature in the Pacific and weather patterns across the planet. Continue reading →
El Nino can raise sea levels along the U.S. West Coast, on top of warming-caused sea level rise.
While the west coast endures a long stretch of brutal dry weather, some see hope because the southwest is being inundated with rain.
Climate change has brought us megafires, but the growing El Niño condition can help us predict where they are most likely to ignite this year.
The past 12 months, ending in April, were the warmest such stretch on record, going back 136 years. Continue reading →
So far, 2015 has been the warmest year on record, going back more than 100 years. Continue reading →
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