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Bernadette on Baltimore Blast Watch Video

Videos - On the Media

Bernadette on Baltimore Blast

Bernadette Woods Placky returns to Baltimore, where she once worked at a TV meteorologist, to put the recent winter storm in a climate perspective.

Whether the Weather is a New Normal Watch Video

Videos - On the Media

Whether the Weather is a New Normal

Is the recent wacky winter weather due to global warming, or is it simply naturally occurring weather? Al Jazeera’s Joie Chen put the question to Climate Central Meteorologist Bernadette Woods Placky.

Bernadette Woods-Placky on MSNBC’s Lean Forward Watch Video

Videos - On the Media

Bernadette Woods-Placky on MSNBC’s Lean Forward

Climate Central meteorologist Bernadette Woods Placky explains why cold snaps like the polar vortex happen in a warming world.

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.

How Do We Know: Shrinking Arctic Sea Ice Watch Video

Videos - Climate in Context

How Do We Know: Shrinking Arctic Sea Ice

Learn how NASA scientists are tracking the melting Arctic sea ice and what less ice means for global warming in the future.

How Do We Know: Thinning Sea Ice Watch Video

Videos - Climate in Context

How Do We Know: Thinning Sea Ice

NASA scientist Ron Kwok details new technology he is using to monitor how extensively Arctic sea ice is melting from below, a key indicator of the ice's long-term stability.

How Do We Know: Salty Seas Watch Video

Videos - Climate in Context

How Do We Know: Salty Seas

Ocean salinity can have a big impact when it comes to changing climate. Learn how scientists are monitoring our salty seas.

How Do We Know: Greenland’s Melting Ice Sheet Watch Video

Videos - Climate in Context

How Do We Know: Greenland’s Melting Ice Sheet

Climate change is turning a lot of Greenland's ice to water. But, how do we know?