A bizarre patch of warm water is being blamed for everything from the California drought to deaths of sea lions.
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.
You see those scary cold numbers of the TV weather map, but here's what they really mean.
Undulatus asperatus is Latin for 'agitated waves,' and it basically resembles an enormous, rumpled blanket stretched out across the sky. Continue reading →
This year has been deemed an "El Nino" year by weather forecasters. Given that some fairly nutty and violent weather can occur during El Nino years, Trace thought it best to figure out just what we're dealing with.
The Farmers' Almanac predicts another nasty winter in the United States., but a NOAA meteorologist said the publication's forecasts could be mistaken.
Notion of sealing off tornado alley fails to impress meteorologists.
Separate twin tornadoes, such as the ones that devastated Nebraska on June 16, are extremely rare occurrences. Continue reading →
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