NOAA Scientists Find No Clear Human Connection to Deadly 2010 Russian Heat Wave, But…

  • Published: Mar 9th, 2011

A new study finds that primarily natural causes led to last summer's soaring temperatures in Russia, but similar events are becoming more likely.

The Big Chill in the Bering Sea

  • Published: Mar 2nd, 2011

While the world warms as a whole, the Bering Sea has cooled recently. What's happening in the waters off Alaska?

Weekly Climate Science Roundup: Feb. 22 to 28

  • Published: Mar 1st, 2011

Summary of the previous week's most noteworthy climate science papers.

When Weather and Climate Gets Cloudy

  • Published: Feb 23rd, 2011

A Wall Street Journal editorial has muddied the science of weather extremes and climate change.

Weekly Climate Science Roundup: Feb. 15 to 21

  • Published: Feb 23rd, 2011

Summaries of the previous week's most noteworthy climate science papers.

La Niña Beginning to Wane, Forecast Center Says

  • Published: Feb 17th, 2011

La Niña conditions may be gone by early summer, according to the latest forecasts.

January Was Cooler and Drier Than Average Across the US

  • Published: Feb 9th, 2011

The result of a mix of La Nina and other climate cycles, the U.S. experienced a colder and drier than average January.

The Year the Arctic Shifted South

  • Published: Feb 7th, 2011

This winter has featured unusually cold and snowy conditions in the Lower-48 states, with much milder than average conditions in the Arctic.