Why the different names? And what's a tropical storm?
As hurricane season kicks off June 1, we look back at some of the most destructive storms to make landfall in U.S. history.
Spring in the United States looks to be a hangover of winter conditions, though the season is warming overall.
This year's El Niño may deliver a quiet tornado season.
Salt on the roads makes it easier for us to get around in winter, but it's an environmental killer. Continue reading →
Two cyclones spinning on opposite sides of the equator could juice the weak El Nino in place.
Pollution and the urban heat island effect may cause slightly more thunder and lightning than rural areas get. Continue reading →
Why the nor'easter forecast was off for New York and what we can learn from that for the future.
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