Big ocean waves could be playing a bigger role in the break up and melt of sea ice than thought.
When it comes to summertime precip., the wet are getting wetter and the dry are getting drier.
Few other places in the West exemplify the changes brought about by climate change more than the Navajo Nation.
All carbon dioxide monitoring stations in the northern hemisphere averaged above 400 ppm for April.
Rains are finally heading for drought-stricken parts of the Southern Plains, but they won't bust the drought.
Global warming could bring more extreme rain and flooding events like the one that deluged the Balkans.
Last month tied as the hottest April on record according to new NOAA data released Tuesday.
A new report looks at the U.S. cultural heritage sites most threatened by rising seas, wildfires, and storms.
Greenhouse gases are causing changes to wind patterns, keeping Antarctica cold but parching Australia.
Turns out there are a few surprising outcomes of the Great Lakes staying frozen so long.
See it all here, from photos of cities under future seas to catastrophic warnings of methane impacts.
A new Cornell study paints a bleak picture if natural gas methane emissions are not curbed quickly.
The probability of a tornado touchdown somewhere in the U.S. jumps to nearly 80 percent in May and nearly 90 percent in June.
Globally, the point where tropical cyclones hit their peak intensity is shifting poleward, a new study finds.
April was the 2nd warmest on record globally, the 350th month in a row with above-average temperatures.
The spring melt of Arctic sea ice is underway, but what summer's minimum will be is hard to predict.
High CO2 levels significantly reduce essential nutrients in wheat, rice, maize and soyabeans, Nature paper reveals.
The message of the latest federal climate assessment is important but so is the presentation.
Heavy downpours have increased in every region of the contiguous states since 1950.
The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has a strong correlation with rising temperatures.