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Arctic Sea Ice Sees Strange Cold Season Retreat

After a virtually unprecedented mid-November retreat, the Arctic set a record low for sea ice in November.

A Climate Denier is Leading the NASA Transition

Alarm bells about the incoming Trump administration's approach to NASA's climate research are ringing louder.

Odd Rifts in Antarctic Ice Could Mean ‘Sayonara, Glacier’

Unusual rifts in the middle of the ice shelf of Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier could herald its collapse.

The Arctic is a Seriously Weird Place Right Now

Warm air and oceans have caused Arctic sea ice growth to hit pause. That's not normal for November.

Here’s How Much CO2 Will Make the Arctic Ice-Free

With 30 square feet of sea ice lost for every metric ton of CO2 emitted, the Arctic could be ice-free by mid-century.

Warm Temps Slow Arctic Sea Ice Growth to a Crawl

Warm weather has led to record low sea ice for October across the Arctic.

Tibet Just Had Another Massive Ice Avalanche

An unprecedented second massive ice avalanche has rocked a remote region of Tibet.

Halloween Weather Extremes

Halloween weather can be highly variable depending on the year.

Warm Ocean Water Takes Toll on Antarctica’s Glaciers

Warm ocean waters have shaved hundreds of feet of ice off the bottom of several Antarctica glaciers.

This is What It’s Like To Be a Young Climate Scientist

Now is one of the most interesting times in history to enter the climate science field.

Record Warmth Helps Shrink U.S. Carbon Emissions

Energy related carbon dioxide emissions hit their lowest point since 1991 during the first six months of 2016.

GOES-R Will Revolutionize U.S. Weather Satellites

Weather forecasts are about to get a major upgrade next month with the launch of the GOES-R satellite.

Rift Speeds Up Across Antarctic Ice Shelf

A rift tearing across the Larsen C ice shelf could usher in a period of retreat and the shelf's eventual demise.

The Shum Show: Too Much of a Good Thing

We're full of weather and climate news from the Caribbean to the East Coast this week.

Greenland is Losing More Ice Than Scientists Thought

New research reveals that Greenland's ice sheet is disappearing faster than previously thought.

The Shum Show: All About Anomalies

Here's why we always talk about global temperature anomalies as opposed to actual global temperatures.

These Images Show Near-Record Low 2016 Arctic Sea Ice

This year's sea ice extent is likely the second lowest on record, continuing a troubling climate trend.

2016’s Arctic Sea Ice Melt Season in 9 Seconds

Watch 2016’s Arctic sea ice melt away in seconds.

Arctic Sea Ice Extent Below Average Since 2002

The annual Arctic sea ice minimum extent has been below average every year since 2002.

Arctic Sea Ice Minimum is Coming Later

Climate change has delayed the date of the annual Arctic sea ice minimum.

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With Climate Change, More Rain or Snow? A Climate Central analysis found an increase in the percentage of winter precipitation falling as rain in many western states.

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