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Warmer winters and drought may lead to more frequent forest fires, even in the normally wet Pacific Northwest. Continue reading →
At last, here's a possible explanation for those strangely shaped bursts of light that appear above storm clouds 50 miles up. Continue reading →
The situation has not been helped by power cuts -- a regular feature of life in Pakistan -- which have stopped fans and air conditioners from working.
These mysterious electric blue wisps, which form on the edge of space, could be a sign of climate change.
Rising temperatures are expected to increase wildfire risks in Alaska, just as in the rest of the western U.S.
It's not just a conspiracy theorist's fever dream. The wispy trails in the sky actually do influence surface temperatures.
Insurer Lloyd's warns that three weather-related disasters in a row could create a starve-amageddon.
These 16 stunning and astonishing images of our world's weather were chosen from over 2,000 submissions.
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