On the Summer Solstice, hundreds of meteorologists communicate the story of climate change by sharing their area's warming stripes graphic.
Climate change means more hot summer days — leading to more persistent insects and unhealthy air.
U.S. summer heat is on the rise — affecting health, agriculture, and energy costs.
As the number of large wildfires increases with climate change, so does the number of acres burned.
Hotter years have brought higher numbers of large western wildfires.
It’s been another year of powerful rain so far — leading to more flooding that’s washing out crops and damaging infrastructure.
The average annual rainfall is trending up in most U.S. states. How does your state compare?