Snowfall has been decreasing in the spring and fall seasons across much of the U.S.
Snow keeps our planet cooler, significantly affects water resources, and is a revealing indicator of climate change.
Arctic sea ice will soon reach its minimum extent for 2019—the 18th year in a row below average.
This winter may have been wet, but western droughts are trending worse overall with climate change.
Due to record winter precipitation, this year’s western snowpack is above average for just the third time in ten years — a happy exception to an overall downward trend.
Public supply makes up a small fraction of our country’s freshwater needs. Take a look at which sectors are thirstiest.