Adding microbes to clouds may provide a way of manipulating the weather. Continue reading →
Can we really predict the weather three months out?
There have been roughly 35,000 major catastrophes since 1900 to 2015, with storms and flooding causing the most damage by far. Continue reading →
Ever wonder why they’re more frequent in spring? And how fast they actually blow? We have the answers.
Barrages of ice can cause billions of dollars in damage, but the storms have been difficult to predict.
Swarms of twisters that last for days are on the rise. Continue reading →
February was an unusually stormy month across the Southeast, with a record 53 tornadoes touching down across six states, thanks in part to El Niño's influence. Continue reading →
The weather-affecting phenomenon is weakening, and it may be followed by something with far different effects. Continue reading →
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