Nationwide, fall is warming at a rate of 0.43°F per decade – that’s 1.9°F since 1970.
Warming temperatures are about to push U.S. cities into a new regime where danger days are more common.
Extreme heat events, which are a threat to human health, are likely to worsen as climate change progresses.
Climate change is creating warmer summer nights for every state in the U.S.
Striking before and after images shows what iconic U.S. coastal cities will look like under 25 feet of sea level rise.
We are seeing an increased number of hot days in the U.S. as greenhouse gases continue to build and warm the planet.
Alaska, the great northern frontier of America, is being reshaped by climate change.
For most of the nation, summer weather has been changing in ways climate scientists say are consistent with what they’d expect in a warming…
Follow the ups and downs in summer precipitation trends in different locations across the country.
Check out some of the most vulnerable cities to storm surge and sea level rise.
Climate Central's Chief Meteorologist talks heavy rain and climate change with The Weather Channel's Sam Champion.
See how the frequency of heavy precipitation has changed over the past several decades in your state.
The city recorded more than 7 inches of rain in 24 hours, the third-highest single day rainfall total for any day since record-keeping began i…
The average number of tornadoes in each state between 2005 and 2014.
Every state in the U.S. has warmed since the first Earth Day, although the rate of warming varies. Check out how much it’s warmed in your st…
A state-by-state analysis of U.S. temperature trends since the first Earth Day in 1970.
This year's sad California snowpack "obliterates" the previous record low.
Spring is arriving earlier across the U.S. by an average of three days.
Hot dates aren’t just for Valentine’s Day. Here’s a state-by-state look at how February temps have warmed since 1970.
Cold nights are on the decline. Explore our interactive to see what this warming would feel like for you.