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Warming U.S. Could See Extreme Rains Increase Fivefold

Rising temperatures could make extreme rainfalls happen up to five times more often across the U.S.

Climate Change Will Stir ‘Unimaginable’ Refugee Crisis

Military leaders say warming is the greatest threat to 21st-century security and could lead to mass migrations.

The Shum Show: Winter Weather

Get ready for some wintery weather! December 1st marks the first day of meteorological winter.

Extreme Tornado Outbreaks Are Becoming More Extreme

Tornado outbreaks have become more extreme in recent decades, but not for the expected reasons.

What a Warmer Future Means for Southeastern Wildfires

Drought is fueling large wildfires in the Southeast, but the future of wildfires there in a warming climate is murky.

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.

U.S. Record Highs Will Far Outpace Lows With Warming

If emissions aren't curbed, global warming could mean highs dramatically outpace record lows by mid-century.

2016 Will Be Hottest Year, UN Climate Meeting Told

2016 is set to be the hottest year on record by a significant margin, the WMO told international climate negotiators.

‘Critical Moment’ as UN Climate Talks Resume

Nations overwhelmed by political divisions and war are trying to work together on climate change.

Rio’s Beaches Take Battering From Storm Surge

Storm surge has led to a collapse in business and growing concern that city’s sea defenses are inadequate.

Warm Temps Slow Arctic Sea Ice Growth to a Crawl

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

Climate on the Ballot in Washington and Florida

Voters in two states will weigh in on climate-related ballot measures that could reverberate across the country.

Deserts May Spread in Europe as Mediterranean Warms

Global warming is on track to disrupt the Mediterranean region more than at any time in the past 10,000 years.

The Shum Show: Halloween Hoot

This Halloween, catch up on all your spooky climate news.

Halloween Weather Extremes

Halloween weather can be highly variable depending on the year.

Heat, Then Deluge Fell a Town’s Beloved 600-Year-Old Oak

One of the oldest oak trees in the U.S. was dealt a death blow by extreme heat this summer.

Winter Drought Forecast for Much of U.S.

Winter will bring continued dry conditions in California, the Southeast and parts of the Northeast.

U.S. Energy Shakeup Continues as Solar Capacity Triples

Solar power capacity in the U.S. is poised to nearly triple in size in less than three years by 2017.

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.

A Decade of Coastal Flood Days

Sea level rise is causing more coastal flooding in the U.S. See how many floods have a human fingerprint in these cities.

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Acres Burned in Washington Wildfires in Washington State have increased significantly in recent years, a shift that appears linked to climate change.

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