This week saw earthquakes in New Zealand, in Hawaii and in Greece. Oh, and your correspondent learned to listen a bit more carefully…
Archives for June 2015
As Americans get ready to celebrate, the western Pacific braces for tropical cyclones. And a lot of places are hot. What’s going on with the weather?
The hot air of a heat wave has to come from somewhere. And when a heat wave is over, the hot air must have gone somewhere. North? South? East? West? Maybe Up? Or does it somehow just lose its heat?
Will global warming cause the Earth to flip over? One climatologist believes so – even though he doesn’t believe in global warming.
The jet stream folds and the heat in the desert moves north. Upcoming weather forecasts will be hot, as fire hazards increase.
The economy shrunk in the first quarter for the third time since the recovery began in 2009. With that said, long-term growth has been slow for years. Why?
Math, Science, Essay and multiple choice: The new SAT is an improvement in some ways; and a — whatever the opposite of improvement is — in others.
Even in weeks when earthquakes are small and few, there’s something interesting to be found. This week we’re looking in Chile and Iceland.
Solstice sun and Weather Pattern Hotzilla heat up the southern US, while rain soaks two continents and tropical cyclones form in two oceans.
The climate measurement results are in. May, 2015: Hottest ever; March to May, 2015: Hottest ever: January to May, 2015: Hottest ever. Is it climate change, or coincidence? You get one guess.