After the hottest decade on record, it’s clear that all seasons are feeling the warming effects of climate change. Winter cold snaps have been getting shorter across the U.S.
The global numbers are in, and 2019 ranks as the 2nd hottest year on record
A new normal? The past five years have been the hottest five on record for the second year running
2019 was a year of record heat across most of the globe, with the Midwestern U.S. being one of the few cooler spots
While the U.S. wasn’t as hot as much of the globe last year, the Southeast still faced record heat.
2019 was the second-wettest year on record.
2019 wrapped up the warmest decade on record. Here’s how temperatures have trended in your city.