As the Polar Vortex sends a chill to the Midwest and Northeast, the Great Lake's ice coverage is far below average.
While groundhogs certainly aren’t meteorologists, Punxsutawney Phil may have stumbled on a climate change trend.
A blizzard, aptly dubbed #blizzard2016, sure took the East Coast by storm last week.
Different parts of the U.S. have their coldest days of winter at different times of the season.
2015 was the hottest year on record by a wide margin, beating the previous record (2014) by 0.29°F.
Hurricane Alex is making waves in meteorology news, and the Southern Ocean’s got its own method for capturing carbon!
What's the word on cold, cold nights? Historically, we've been getting fewer and fewer.
The first week of January may not have been a snowy one, but there’s more than enough rain to go around.