Thanks to El Niño, the first blizzard of 2016 won’t be the last.
Elisabeth Gawthrop uses words and photos to communicate science for the International Research Institute for Climate and Society at Columbia University. She can be found on Twitter at @egawthrop.
The last January hurricane on record was Alice, which formed in December of 1954 and continued into 1955.
Friday night it was the strongest hurricane to make landfall in North America, yet by morning it had been downgraded. What happened?
Hurricanes are notoriously harder to track than land-based weather systems, and Joaquin was no exception.
Right now, Hurricane Joaquin is creeping through the Bahamas, making its way to the Eastern U.S. coast. What should we prepare for?
Scientists can predict El Niño events better than ever. But with rapid climate change, less food, and an increasing population, the world is still in trouble.
1997 is back, or at least its most-talked about weather event is.
New York City was bracing for 20”+ inches of snow, but only 8” fell. What happened?
The East Coast already looks like a snow globe thanks to winter storm Juno, but the worst is yet to come.