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Tornado season resumes after a long pause as at least 10 twisters left six dead and dozens injured in North Texas.
A rare May snowstorm shattered snowfall records in three states, while bringing the threat of more flooding.
A rare May snowstorm narrowly missed Minneapolis-St. Paul, dumping more than a foot of snow outside the cities.
After a very cold and snowy March, spring weather is about to arrive in earnest across the U.S.
A massive storm, roughly equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane, is lashing the western Aleutian Islands in Alaska.
These five charts capture the record warm and dry year of 2012 throughout the lower 48 states.
Year-end numbers for media coverage of climate change show Climate Central led the pack.
In the New York Times, Climate Central's Ben Strauss says we must take two steps to protect ourselves from sea level rise.