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The heat wave that smothered much of Europe at the end of June helped raise average global temperatures to a record for the month, a European weather forecasting agency has said. The European Center for
In more than 100 years of Anchorage history, weather stations have never recorded a single 90-degree reading. If current forecasts hold, it could happen multiple times in the coming days. With the combined
All-time heat records are at risk in Alaska in coming days as a massive and abnormally intense area of high pressure locks in and strengthens over the region. This heat dome is expected to produce temperatures
Climate action lawsuits against governments and corporations have spread across 28 countries, according to a new analysis. The study reveals that more than 1,300 legal actions concerning climate change
(CNN) — In the New Zealand town of Taupo, residents aren't flushing their toilets. They're following orders from the district council, which is working to fix a leak that has led to more than 800,000 of
Arctic has warmest winter on record: ‘It’s just crazy, crazy stuff’ Sea ice has hit record lows for time of year as experts say global warming probably fueled big storms in Europe and north-eastern US
A car-size asteroid exploded in the atmosphere south of Puerto Rico. Weather satellite and radar captured the moment.
The GOES-16 weather satellite is designed to detect flashes of lightning. On Saturday, it saw an asteroid. At 4:25 p.m. Saturday, meteorologists noticed an unusually bright flash signature over Caribbean
On the television news, the continent’s weather reporters were standing in front of maps with swirling blobs of hot pink and blood red, illustrations of extreme heat. Scientists in Europe are generally
For a third straight day, a ferocious heat wave is baking large parts of Europe, and the exceptionally high temperatures are making history. On Friday, the town of Gallargues-le-Montueux in southern France
Scrutiny is mounting on the world’s largest publicly traded oil and gas company. On multiple legal fronts the question is being asked: Did Exxon Mobil’s communications about climate change break the law?