This climate change checkup indicates record highs for CO2, a second-warmest April on record, and nations preparing for COP 23.
Decoded Science’s Climate Doctor takes Mother Earth’s temperature. 2017 is shaping up to be the second-warmest year on record.
March featured the most powerful nor’easter of the season in New England, a blockbuster tropical cyclone in Australia, disastrous flooding in South America, and a new CO2 record. What’s next as the season changes?
How has the atmosphere responded to a return to normal of Pacific Ocean water temperatures? February’s global land and sea temperatures give us a hint.
Denver was hot, California was rainy. Is there a weather pattern here?
January 2017 continued the trend of rising temperatures, albeit at a more modest pace than January 2016.
Is the Earth getting hotter? Judging by 2016 it is. And judging by 2015 and 2016 combined, it’s heating up at an alarming rate.
Sun and earth to collide. Schizophrenic Super-Typhoon. Days get longer but sunrise gets later. Has the world gone nuts?
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.
The heat goes on. And the heat goes on. We know El Nino’s gone — but the heat goes on.