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The intense heat wave across the US has brought a dangerous combination of high heat and humidity, with repercussions for public health and and the power grid.
A New York Times story on the intense drought in the Southern US fails to mention any possible climate change role, instead blaming La Nina.
A redefinition of what counts as normal weather has just been released by NOAA. Our new interactive graphic lets you explore the changes
Flooding has encircled two nuclear power plants, and a wildfire is threatening a nuclear weapons lab. Is this what "nuclear" global warming looks like?
While the Miss. River flooding continues, drought in the Southwest is adding to the worst spring wildfire season in over a decade.
Extreme rainfall events, like the ones that have contributed to the recent Mississippi River floods, are increasing in the Upper Midwest.
After a very wet winter, California declares its three-year drought emergency over, but long-term water challenges remain.
The deadly Russian heatwave of 2010 was a more exceptional event than the 2003 European heatwave, a new study finds.