This year's particularly strong El Niño is expected to get even stronger before it's done.
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Snakebites in Costa Rica spike during El Niño and La Niña as venomous snakes respond to changes in the weather and climate.
No, El Niño is not the source of every weather crisis, but it can be devastating, and researchers have uncovered a new clue that may help predict how bad things can get.
The jet stream off the East Coast of the United States controls an important climate pattern in the Atlantic Ocean.
The West can expect its warm and dry weather to continue through the summer, while the central Plains will be relatively cool and wet.
For the first time, scientists have imaged thunder, shedding light on the physical processes that create it.
Forest Service anticipates spending up to $1.6 billion fighting a fire season that could be worse than normal.
The astronauts living and working on the International Space Station are eye to eye with a deadly super typhoon as it heads toward the Philippines.
Weather patterns drew a dividing line between West and East in the United States in February, according to NASA.
A new 3D camera can capture single snowflakes as they fall, and it's revolutionizing how forecasters predict the impacts of stormy winter weather.
California's severe drought is just a taste of the dry years to come, thanks to global warming, a new study finds.
An Arctic blast sweeping across the East Coast, from Canada south to Florida, left much of the country blanketed in ice and snow this week.
Undergraduates designed Storm Evader to teach students about weather while teaching problem-solving skills.
Today (Jan. 16), climate scientists are expected to announce that global temperatures in 2014 shattered earlier records, making 2014 the hottest year since 1880.