After a three-year hiatus, Irene was the first hurricane to make landfall in the U.S., and one of 19 named tropical storms in the third-most-active season on record.
Georgia’s 100-mile coastline has waxed and waned with changing sea levels for thousands of years, surviving by shifting miles in the process. And it's doing so once more.
New study finds that a trend towards more frequent Atlantic hurricanes since the 1940s may be largely due to better ways of detecting them.
With major flooding continuing along the Miss. River, Climate Central tackles the question of how climate change fits into the picture.
An historic drought is stoking major wildfires in Texas, raising questions about whether climate change is playing a role.
With heat waves on the rise, last summer's nuclear slowdown in Tennessee may be a sign of things to come.
Aware of the risks of hurricanes and sea level rise, study finds business owners in Sarasota, Fla. still aren't taking key steps to plan.
CLIMATE CENTRAL - After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, New Orleans lost many experts who could have helped the city recover from the storm. Five years later, has the "brain drain" been plugged?