It used to be that a warm day in March felt like a gift, but now it feels as if we’re paying for it.
It has been a weird wacky winter, with crazy, hot temperatures smashing hundreds of records.
The streak of warm years continued in 2011, with severe weather and climate extremes in the U.S. and worldwide.
With a major snowstorm hitting the Pacific Northwest, a look at the Seattle area's snowfall history.
Examining claims that temperature data from satellites casts doubt on mainstream climate science findings.
More extreme hot days and more flooding will mean economic, environmental and health consequences for the Garden State.
Research indicates trees may have a more difficult time adapting to climate change than previously thought.
A redefinition of what counts as normal weather has just been released by NOAA. Our new interactive graphic lets you explore the changes