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El Niño in 90 Seconds Watch Video

Videos - Climate in Context

El Niño in 90 Seconds

So who or what is this El Nino that meteorologists warn may affect our weather in a big way?

Extreme Weather More Frequent with Global Warming Watch Video

Videos - On the Media

Extreme Weather More Frequent with Global Warming

Climate Central Chief Climatologist Dr. Heidi Cullen explains in a panel discussion on ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos how climate change increases the risks of extreme weather events like heat waves, droughts, and monster storms.

Heidi Cullen’s Senate Testimony on Climate Science Watch Video

Videos - Testimony

Heidi Cullen’s Senate Testimony on Climate Science

Climate Central's chief climatologist Heidi Cullen testified before the Senate committee on Environment and Public Works on the facts and impacts of climate change.

Extreme Weather 101: Rising Temps & Snowstorms Watch Video

Videos - Extreme Weather

Extreme Weather 101: Rising Temps & Snowstorms

Scientist Jay Lawrimore & meteorologist Dan Satterfield detail how rising temps can affect the formation of snowstorms.

Extreme Weather 101: Heat Spikes On the Rise Watch Video

Videos - Extreme Weather

Extreme Weather 101: Heat Spikes On the Rise

In our Extreme Weather 101 video, scientists explain how heat spikes are likely to become more common.

Extreme Weather 101: Drought & Our Changing Climate Watch Video

Videos - Extreme Weather

Extreme Weather 101: Drought & Our Changing Climate

Scientist Mike Brewer and meteorologist Dan Satterfield explain the connection between drought and a changing climate.

Extreme Weather 101: Climate Change and Precipitation Watch Video

Videos - Extreme Weather

Extreme Weather 101: Climate Change and Precipitation

When it rains, it pours. That’s how we may want to think about the effects of climate change on precipitation.

Tell Me Why: Climate Science Is So Important Watch Video

Videos - Climate in Context

Tell Me Why: Climate Science Is So Important

Scientist Jeff Privette explains how what's seen from the sky can tell us a lot about our climate on Earth.