The eastern North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans set up a see-saw of weather conditions that affect how hurricanes form in both regions.
Five-hundred thousand years worth of hurricanes and sea breezes weren't enough to brush the dust off Bermuda's shoulders.
A new threshold for flying around volcanic ash plumes will lead to less delays and cancellations during the current Icelandic eruption.
Changes in Arctic winds are allowing warm fronts further north and could spell trouble in the south across North America and Europe.
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