In the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake, the arrival of the South Asian monsoon poses new problems.
Recent torrential rains have nearly wiped out the five-year drought in Texas and Oklahoma.
The past 12 months, ending in April, were the warmest such stretch on record, going back 136 years.
The West should "climate proof" its power grid or risk electricity shortages, a new study says.
The "wet drought" plaguing Washington has prompted a statewide emergency declaration.
In a warming world, the black-legged tick (a.k.a. deer tick) is peaking in mid-May instead of June.
El Niño seems to be gaining steam, which could help make 2015 the warmest year on record.
Scientists are starting to look at how warming might change the length of the hurricane season.
Sea level rise is accelerating, putting millions along the coast at risk of flooding.
The Arctic is returning to a warm period and the trend continues to show higher temperatures.
Downpours like those that flooded Oklahoma City should become more common in a warmer world.
Forest Service anticipates spending up to $1.6 billion fighting a fire season that could be worse than normal.
In the case of major hurricanes — a Category 3 or greater — the U.S. has been in a dry spell for 9 years.
A report warns extreme weather will contribute to the spread of disease and disrupt food and water supplies.
Thanks to NASA, you only need 30 seconds to see how the world has warmed over the past 135 years.
Tornado season is about to kick into high gear. See what parts of the U.S. have the highest risk.
The average number of tornadoes in each state between 2005 and 2014.
One in six species is threatened with extinction if polluting practices continue unabated, researchers say.
An emerging body of research shows that greenhouse gases are billowing out of the state’s woodlands.
California isn't the only place suffering drought; the Pacific Northwest is suffering from a lack of snow.