Teams from the National Hurricane Center capture images of Tropical Storm Erika from all angles in these photos.
Nearly every commercial airliner is struck by lightning at least once each year, according to Air and Space Magazine. Continue reading →
Ten years after Katrina, NASA is building a network of mini-satellites that will unveil hurricanes' deadly power.
In TWO stunning orbital photos, a thunderstorm over Mexico generated two huge, red sprites reaching into space.
The desert's rising heat could affect everything from rainfall in the Sahel to the quality of soils in Italy.
Bolts from the sky can have an effect that was previously thought only to be created by a meteorite striking Earth. →
If it seems like thunderstorms happen more at night, it's because they do. But we literally can't see them coming.
Only about a quarter of precipitation ends up in the oceans. Where does the rest go? Continue reading →
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