News Pacific Northwest
Farmers out West mull switch from water-intense, profitable crops to thriftier, rain-fed sorghum & grains.
Pacific storms are tapping into an atmospheric river to drench the West Coast with heavy rain and mountain snows.
An atmospheric faucet will be turned on over the West Coast in early December, as a series of storms come ashore.
Heat and dry weather records were set across the West in September, including at Death Valley, Calif.
A new study finds unusually large losses of springtime snow cover in the West in recent years, raising concerns about water supplies.
After a thirty-year hiatus, the West Coast from California to Washington may be about to experience sea-level rise once more.
While the world warms as a whole, the Bering Sea has cooled recently. What's happening in the waters off Alaska?