The U.S. has enjoyed a respite from major hurricanes but the basin as a whole is spawning more powerful storms.
Atlantic buoys have warmed 2°-4°F in the last 30 years.
The average number of major hurricanes has increased in the Atlantic basin since the 1970s.
September 10 marks the statistical peak of the Atlantic hurricane season.
Typhoons that make landfall in the Northwest Pacific have intensified more, and faster, than those that stay out at sea.
Summer is over, and here comes Hermine!
The increase in hurricane intensity expected as Earth warms may have been masked by the cooling effect of aerosols to date.
June 1 marks the first day of the Atlantic hurricane season.
The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be near-normal as a tropical storm threatens to form.
A slowdown in Atlantic currents that worsened blizzards, floods and hurricanes may have been natural.
Cities around the world are failing to plan for fast-increasing risks from extreme weather, the World Bank says.
Scientists don't know how much flooding Antarctic melting will cause — but it may wipe out cities.
Climate change is a major threat to human health, according to a report released Monday.
2015 set numerous climate records, from global temperatures to carbon dioxide levels to sea level rise.
An exceptionally strong El Niño has tampered with the world’s weather, bringing drought, floods and heat waves.
Opposing views on the relationship between climate change and extreme weather have led to debate.
This is what a year of weather looks like from space (hint: it's pretty spectacular).
Hurricanes in the Atlantic and Caribbean oceans will grow more powerful as ocean temperatures rise.
Hurricane Alex is making waves in meteorology news, and the Southern Ocean’s got its own method for capturing carbon!
Hurricane Patricia set records and yielded the year's most amazing satellite image.