Sun and earth to collide. Schizophrenic Super-Typhoon. Days get longer but sunrise gets later. Has the world gone nuts?
The temperature’s risin’, will the atmosphere blow a fuse? Let’s look at November’s Global Temperature Analysis.
Lotsa news. Hurricane season ends and winter begins. Fires Rage. Coral reefs die. Climate deal signed. What else? Read on.
La Niña has temporarily slowed the rate of global warming, but 2016 is still the warmest any year has ever been over the first ten months.
No, it’s not your medical marijuana working overtime. The moon really IS bigger and brighter on November 13 to 15, 2016. It’s the grand finale of a three-body celestial dance.
October’s weather featured blockbuster tropical cyclones in the Atlantic and Pacific and a historic climate agreement. So what’s the forecast for the winter? Read on.
The heat goes on. And the heat goes on. We know El Nino’s gone — but the heat goes on.
The most powerful Atlantic Hurricane in a decade devastated Haiti and roared up the US east coast. But the worst flooding was many miles from the ocean.
Major Hurricane Matthew threads the needle between Haiti and Cuba and heads for the southeast US coast. If you’re in an evacuation zone, don’t wait.
Typhoons targeting Taiwan vied with celestial events for attention in September. What’s next as northern hemisphere winter approaches while Hurricane Matthew lashes Haiti and Cuba and heads for the US?