The global climate is changing more now than at any point in the plast 2,000 years. The Little Ice Age and the Medieval Warm Period were nothing like this.
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Trump administration officials are removing references to climate change from U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) press releases, according to a ClimateWire report.
One critical factor turned the heavy rainfall in Virginia and Washington D.C. into a flash flood emergency.
Oklahoma, northwest Texas and the Texas panhandle are bracing for a day of extreme weather, including dangerous tornadoes, flooding and thunderstorms.
Atmospheric rivers are named as the cause of lots of extreme weather, especially in the western United States. Where do these rivers in the sky come from?
Americans across the Midwest and Northeast can agree on one thing — it's really, really cold this week — and a NASA satellite monitoring air temperatures confirms the sentiment.
A meteorologist explains the science behind the historic weather event hitting the Midwest and Plains right now.
A major snowstorm has begun its trek across the United States. Here's why it's going to impact so many people.
Global weather forecasts are getting a big technology upgrade, thanks to a new project from IBM and The Weather Company.
The winter solstice is in full stride today (Dec. 21), marking 2018's day with the fewest hours of daylight for the Northern Hemisphere. Here's why.
Deadly waters are churning up and down the West Coast of the U.S. today, caused by a storm system originating close to Alaska.
If you're in Greenland and a strange cloud darkens the sky, that cloud might be made up of something scientists call "glacier flour."
The storm struck the Gulf coast of Florida this afternoon as the third most intense hurricane ever to strike the continental U.S., and the most intense since 1969.
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