A blob of warm water in the Pacific Ocean may be to blame for some of the bizarre weather in the United States this year.
Earlier this month, "monster" cyclone Pam battered the islands of Vanuatu for almost 24 hours.
Official reports of deaths due to winter storms are misleadingly low, according to a study by two University of Georgia scientists. Continue reading →
Up to 90 percent of houses in Port Vila were damaged from 200 mph wind.
Salt on the roads makes it easier for us to get around in winter, but it's an environmental killer. Continue reading →
The long-anticipated El Niño has finally arrived, according to forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. Continue reading →
Pollution and the urban heat island effect may cause slightly more thunder and lightning than rural areas get. Continue reading →
Is all the snow this year proof that climate scientists have it wrong, and the Earth actually is cooling? In a word: no. Continue reading →
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