After an unprecedented 10-year drought of major hurricanes making landfall in the U.S., one researcher has an idea about why the country has been spared a strike – luck. 442 more words
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In the spring of 2015, the global atmospheric force El Nino began mustering a strength so formidable that one scientist likened it to Godzilla.
The meteorological event, one of the most potent on record, raged through hurricane season to dissolve burgeoning storms with the efficiency of the campy monster’s atomic breath. 620 more words
With last month’s high temperatures basically confirming that 2015 will be the warmest year globally on record, climate scientists from NOAA are in D.C. this week facing questioning about their research. 477 more words
A cluster of thunderstorms and cloudiness over portions of the southwestern Caribbean Sea is being tracked by the National Hurricane Center, but given a low chance of becoming something more over the next 5 days. 53 more words
Hurricane Kate weakened overnight as it sped off into the Atlantic, falling to a tropical storm with 70 mph winds as of 5 a.m. this morning. 96 more words