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ClimateCenter: The Top Five Watch Video

ClimateCenter: The Top Five

Climate Central's Heidi Cullen counts down the five biggest climate events of 2010.

ClimateCenter: La Niña Update Watch Video

ClimateCenter: La Niña Update

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.

ClimateCenter:  What La Nina means for winter weather Watch Video

ClimateCenter:  What La Nina means for winter weather

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.

ClimateCenter: Global Temperatures and the Hurricane Season Watch Video

ClimateCenter: Global Temperatures and the Hurricane Season

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.

Adapting Miami to Climate Change Watch Video

Adapting Miami to Climate Change

Some in Florida who lived through Katrina now are preparing for climate change-related disasters they fear could be more damaging than a hurricane.

ClimateCenter: Severe Weather of Summer 2010 Watch Video

ClimateCenter: Severe Weather of Summer 2010

Take a look at the summer of 2010, with record breaking heat and severe weather.

NEEM: Ice Cores Tell of Climate History Watch Video

NEEM: Ice Cores Tell of Climate History

Dr. Jørgen Peder Steffensen explained the goals of the North Greenland Eemian Ice Drilling project and what the ice cores can tell us about our climate history.

ClimateCenter: State of the Climate: 2009 Watch Video Science Behind the Story

ClimateCenter: State of the Climate: 2009

NOAA's annual climate report shows we live in a warming world.