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.
Hawaii's active hurricane streak has a climate change tie and could be a sign of things to come.
The role of climate change in extreme weather events is examined in an annual compilation of attribution studies.
New York State is anticipating up to 6 feet of sea level rise on its coastlines by 2100.
The region's disasters claimed half a million lives over the decade, and $523 billion in economic damage.
Hurricane Patricia is a record-breaking Category 5 storm that will lash Mexico with deadly winds, storm surge and rain.
What we know about hurricanes and climate change.
Happy 40th anniversary to one of the world's first major weather satellites.
A ‘once-in-a-thousand-year’ East Coast storm was a consequence of moisture from Hurricane Joaquin.
NASA is keeping an eye on strengthening Hurricane Joaquin with its powerful satellites.
Global emissions pledges may not be enough to limit warming to the world’s agreed upon goal of 2°C.
Researchers say New York City is at risk for more and higher floods like those seen during Hurricane Sandy.
Public lands could store 20 percent more carbon by 2050 because of climate change, a new study says.
Come check out the new weather and climate site: wxshift.com