A Wall Street Journal editorial has muddied the science of weather extremes and climate change.
Summaries of the previous week's most noteworthy climate science papers.
La Niña conditions may be gone by early summer, according to the latest forecasts.
The result of a mix of La Nina and other climate cycles, the U.S. experienced a colder and drier than average January.
This winter has featured unusually cold and snowy conditions in the Lower-48 states, with much milder than average conditions in the Arctic.
Using an immense collection of historical weather data, researchers have modeled weather around the globe going as far back as 1871.
A new study shows the devastating Pakistan floods could have been anticipated if a forecasting network had been in place.
Scientists are becoming more adept at projecting climate conditions using advances in computer modeling techniques.