More days with temperatures above normal are part of a global warming pattern.
Spring temperatures have increased across much of the U.S., which can make for longer allergy and pest seasons.
The idea of warmer temps may put a spring in your step, but warming can come with unforeseen impacts, such as changing migration patterns, earlier melting snowpack and longer allergy seasons.
Here’s the breakdown of where U.S. greenhouse gas emissions are coming from. Transportation is the biggest slice of the pie
A first step in reducing emissions is understanding where they’re coming from—this week we’re breaking down U.S. emissions.
Not all disasters are created equal—check which type of billion-dollar weather and climate disaster has occurred the most in your state.
Can you guess which state has experienced the most billion-dollar climate disasters? See NOAA’s 40-year dataset
The 2010s had the most billion-dollar disasters in 34 of 52 states and territories (65%)