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As the world warms, snow cover in North America is on the decline.
The Northern Plains, Great Lakes, and the Northeast are warming the fastest, while warming is taking place at a slower rate in the western U.S…
Watch how lake effect snow is expected to change in the coming decades.
Climate change is warming the Great Lakes, meaning more lake effect snow — for now.
Shrinking Arctic sea ice is increasingly linked to extreme weather events around the world.
You've heard that 2016 was record hot, but here are some other notable climate records you might not have heard before.
NASA has published new satellite imagery that reveals new details about the Larsen C iceberg.
Snowy conditions have stymied summer melt on Greenland this year, but the vast ice sheet is still losing ice.
Changes in winds blowing in East Antarctica may be driving ice melt thousands of miles away.
With weeks left in the melt season, Arctic sea ice area is already below the annual low of the 1980s.
It's been less than a week, but the Larsen C ice shelf and the iceberg it calved are already changing.
Rising background temperatures are conspiring to make Arctic winter warm waves more common and persistent.
It's hard to imagine the Larsen C iceberg. These images help make it clear how massive it is.
Antarctica just calved one of the biggest icebergs ever recorded.
An iceberg the size of Delaware just broke away from Antarctica. Just how much ice that?
In addition to the main iceberg, a swarm of smaller icebergs is expected to break off Larsen C soon.
Arctic melt season has begun in earnest with sea ice at its lowest June volume on record.
New data has revealed just how big the Larsen C iceberg will be. Spoiler: it's going to be massive.
If emissions aren’t reduced, ice-free areas are expected to grow by as much as 17,000 square kilometers.