The Atlantic hurricane season is not quite over yet, but it has already set many new milestones.
The 2010 Atlantic Hurricane season has been an unusually active one, with 17 named storms so far. Among these, Hurricane Igor stands out as one of the largest hurricanes observed, while Hurricane Paula was extremely small in comparison.
Stunning satellite image captures the wrath of Super Typhoon Megi as it strikes the Philippines.
New polling reveals Americans' low climate literacy, meanwhile the U.N. IPCC announces a series of reforms, and tiny Hurricane Paula hits Cuba.
Heavy rains shattered records at the end of September, and climate research shows such extreme precipitation events are becoming more common.
La Nina conditions in the Pacific Ocean are likely to shape global weather patterns in the coming months. How might your region be affected?
CLIMATE CENTRAL - The Atlantic Hurricane season is running above average in the number of storms, but the US has been spared a direct hit so far.
CLIMATE CENTRAL - After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, New Orleans lost many experts who could have helped the city recover from the storm. Five years later, has the "brain drain" been plugged?