This year's Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be busier than usual and the 2011 summer forecast calls for some extreme weather. Heidi Cullen makes the climate connection.
With what feels like an especially long winter coming to an end, Dr. Heidi Cullen gives a climate outlook for spring 2011.
Besides being a force of nature, the wind is a promising renewable energy resource. But where does wind come from, and what's its true energy potential?
What weÃ¢Â€Â™ve known as Ã¢Â€ÂœnormalsÃ¢Â€Â for our climate during the past decade will very likely change soon.
Climate Central's Heidi Cullen counts down the five biggest climate events of 2010.
The currents around the equator in the Pacific Ocean are cooler than average this year, which means we are experiencing the phenomenon known as La Niña. This can bring good weather conditions, or poor ones, depending on where you live and your point of view. Dr. Heidi Cullen explains.
Dr. Heidi Cullen offers insight into how the phenomenon known as La Nina may affect upcoming winter weather patterns, and reports on the latest global temperature analysis released by NOAA.
Dr. Heidi Cullen has a look behind the numbers of the just-released NOAA temperature analysis, and reports on the 2010 hurricane season as it passes the midway mark.