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Deadly Texas Outbreak May Mark End of Tornado Drought

Deadly Texas Outbreak May Mark End of Tornado Drought

  • Published: May 16th, 2013

Tornado season resumes after a long pause as at least 10 twisters left six dead and dozens injured in North Texas.

Rare May Snowstorm Annihilates Records in Midwest

  • Published: May 3rd, 2013

A rare May snowstorm shattered snowfall records in three states, while bringing the threat of more flooding.

Twin Cities Narrowly Escape Record May Snowstorm

  • Published: May 2nd, 2013

A rare May snowstorm narrowly missed Minneapolis-St. Paul, dumping more than a foot of snow outside the cities.

Winter Is Finally Releasing Its Chilly Grip on the U.S.

  • Published: Apr 3rd, 2013

After a very cold and snowy March, spring weather is about to arrive in earnest across the U.S.

Monster Storm Lashing Outer Reaches of Alaska

  • Published: Jan 16th, 2013

A massive storm, roughly equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane, is lashing the western Aleutian Islands in Alaska.

5 Charts Help Illustrate 2012 As Warmest Year on Record

  • Published: Jan 9th, 2013

These five charts capture the record warm and dry year of 2012 throughout the lower 48 states.

Climate Central Leads 2012’s Climate Coverage

  • Published: Jan 2nd, 2013

Year-end numbers for media coverage of climate change show Climate Central led the pack.

New York Times Op-Ed: Rising Seas, Vanishing Coastlines

  • Published: Nov 25th, 2012

In the New York Times, Climate Central's Ben Strauss says we must take two steps to protect ourselves from sea level rise.