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As the sun's energy levels dipped so did temperatures in the North Atlantic, which then may have cooled the climate in Europe. Continue reading →
In the United States, Europe and China, global warming is leading to more frequent heavy rainfall. Continue reading →
A coal seam fire in Australia has been burning for a month. See the battle against the mountain of fire.
The heavy snows of winter 2013-14 already have earned a place in the top 5 snowiest winters ever for numerous U.S. cities. Continue reading →
It rained in Los Angeles. No kidding, I was shocked too. Three days without so much as a ray of sun, this transplanted Brit was beginning to feel right at home -- wet and dreaming of a sunny day. Continue reading →
The mysterious flashes of lightning that sometimes precede or accompany a temblor, called earthquake lights, could be caused by the shifting of grains in the ground surrounding faults.
On February 13, ice covered 88 percent of the Great Lakes, the largest extent since 1996 and approaching the 1979 record. Continue reading →
With the anticipated return of frigid weather across the northern United States this week, many are wondering if this is yet another 'polar vortex' event.
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