It turns out gender makes a difference when people contemplate a monster storm and whether or not it will eat their town. What's going on?
While forecasters may be predicting a quiet hurricane season this year, there are still ample reasons to keep up our guard.
Hurricanes and typhoons are migrating from the tropics toward the North and South poles, a new study finds.
An increase in temperature, extreme weather, loss of ice and rising sea level are just a few of changes we can measure right now. Let's take a look at some of the most concerning trends.
Climate change is already hitting the nation hard and will really clobber us down the road if we don't act now, the study says.
Cold waves and heat waves can tweak the way we make up our minds about climate change, say researchers who are uncovering the roots of our wishy-washy opinions.
Thirteen tropical storms formed since early June in the Atlantic but only two, Ingrid and Humberto, reached hurricane strength.
The number of people confirmed killed when a super typhoon devastated the Philippines surpassed 5,200 on Friday.
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