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What A Warming World Means for Major Snowstorms

A warming world could mean interesting changes for major snowstorms, like the nor'easter this week.

Warming Ups Odds of Extreme La Niñas, Wild Weather

Climate change could nearly double the odds of extreme La Niñas, wreaking havoc with the world's weather.

Scientists Find Which Coral Reefs Will Survive Warming

Study shows which parts of the Great Barrier Reef & others can bounce back from mass bleaching events.

Cold Nights Are Decreasing Across the U.S.

Cold nights are on the decline across the U.S. Find out by how much in your neck of the woods.

Picture This: Illuminating Lightning & Rare Texas Snow

Even during a short work week, the weather offered plenty of stunning images from Earth and space.

After December Rains, California Comes Up Dry

After deluging rains in December, January has been dry for California and drought has re-intensified.

Picture This: Stunning Halos and Freaky Frost

Ice halos, hoar frost, tule fog and other geeky weather terms all await, along with stunning images.

Picture This: So Cold It Snowed in Florida

Temperatures and wind chills plummeted across much of the country as Arctic air surged southward.

Find Out When the Coldest Day Usually Hits Your Town

See when the coldest day of the winter season usually descends on your town.

U.S. Hot Streak Now Old Enough to Vote

The U.S. has experienced 18 years of above-average temperatures according to new data from NOAA.

Polar Vortex Isn’t the Only Weather Game in Town

Yes, it's cold on the eastern U.S. but don't forget the bigger picture when it comes to climate change.

Mike Lemonick Talks 2015 Climate on ‘Wake Up With Al’

Senior science writer Michael Lemonick discussed climate change on "Wake Up With Al".

Climate Change’s Evolving Role in Extreme Weather

Efforts to find the fingerprints of climate change on extreme weather are gaining steam.

Climate Change’s Calling Card in 2014: Heat

The hallmark of global warming is heat. Here's what we learned about it in 2014 and what 2015 could hold.

Warming Will Reduce Wheat Production, Research Shows

One of the most important crops is set to fall by 6 percent for each 1°C rise in temperature, say scientists.

Woods Placky Talks Hottest Year with Al Jazeera

Bernadette Woods Placky talks the warmest year on record and extreme weather with Al Jazeera America.

6 Degrees: Drought Relief, Europe Heats Up, CO2 & More

California gets some drought relief, Europe sets records, the Arctic gets warmer and more.

Rain a ‘Start’ for Calif., But Drought Entrenched

Recent rain has made a small dent in California's drought, but it's going to take much more to erase it.

NYC Tops List for Seeing Increased Storm Outages

New York City and its power grid is among the cities most sensitive to increasing hurricane intensity.

Europe’s Record Heat Directly Tied to Climate Change

2014 is set to be Europe's warmest year, a record made much more likely by global warming.

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20 Big U.S. Cities that Should Worry About Sea Level Rise 20 U.S. cities with populations over 300,000 that are most likely to be dramatically affected by sea level rise.

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