Halfway through 2018, the U.S. is having its 14th warmest year on record, with the Southwest leading the way.
Drought and deluge are both expected to be more common in a warming world. See how far off these cities are from normal precipitation so far in 2018.
Longer frost-free seasons mean longer allergy seasons, a trend impacting all regions of the country.
There were some unusual highs and lows to snowfall totals across the U.S. this winter. Take a look at the long-term trends in total snow for more than 1,100 sites.
Small breweries are economic drivers in statewide economies, and climate change affects the beer they brew. Here’s where it counts the most.
On average, spring has warmed a little more than 2°F in the U.S. since 1970.
The number of days each year with extreme rainfall is, on average, increasing in every region of the U.S.
Februaries have warmed 1.01°C (1.82°F) globally since the first Winter Olympics in 1924.