Blogs Extreme Weather
The climate science community lost a true giant with the recent death of Jerry Mahlman.
A World Bank report urges action on climate change as it examines the impacts of a 7.2°F rise in global temperature.
While it's still technically possible that 2012 won't end up as the warmest year on record for the U.S., but it's not likely.
New York City's shoreline could help be protected by wetlands, but only if there are enough of them.
Global warming almost certainly made Hurricane Sandy worse than it would otherwise have been.
One of the driving forces behind Hurricane Sandy pinwheeling toward the northwest is something called the "Fujiwhara effect".
If Hurricane Sandy hits the East Coast, it won’t be right to call it a hurricane any more. Or even a tropical storm.
As the East Coast tracks Hurricane Sandy's path, the storm is a truly unusual event that commands our attention.