(NaturalNews) When Matt Drudge, founder of the popular Drudge Report news headline aggregation site, tweeted out recently that the federal government's preeminent weather agency might be just a bit politicized under the policy direction of President
Hurricane Matthew has remained offshore, for the most part, as it has advanced up the eastern coast of Florida preventing a "worst-case" scenario in terms of damage.
and more than 200,000 without power with 22 million still in its path as the storm thunders up toward the East Coast
When you really think about it, the weather impacts our decisions every single day. What we wear, when we leave for our morning commute, the chores we do, the hobbies we partake in, the family activities we plan. And on and on the list goes of how ou
Hundreds of almanacs served a nation of farmers over two centuries ago. These days, only a handful of them remain.
An unusual cloud that looked like a wall dumping rain out of the sky was spotted on Tuesday.
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Tennis players revolted over rain breaks at Wimbledon on Tuesday as organisers faced claims they were overlooking safety to get matches played on time.
Scientists have observed an "unprecedented" event that could lead to an end of seasons as we know them, after Northern Hemisphere jet streams crossed the equator and linked with others in the south.
and bakes cookies in his Lamborghini. Amid the scorching temperatures in Arizona, an Arizonan decided to let the weather aid his culinary skills. In video, he is seen frying steaks on a pan laying on the street and baking cookies on the das
(NaturalNews) On just about any given day you can Google the term climate change and find at least a couple of articles criticizing modernity and bemoaning the end of the world as we know it.
All over the planet, global weather patterns have gone completely nuts.
Astronomers and stargazers are in for a treat this upcoming weekend with two big celestial events taking place: a 'Blue Moon' and the opposition of Mars.
You may need to bring out the winter gear this weekend if you live in parts of the Midwest or Northeast. The last bit of winter is here for the weekend.
A storm chaser captured this terrifying twister near Wray, Colorado
The gigantic wildfire that has forced the evacuation of the entire city of Fort McMurray in northern Alberta has been nicknamed "the Beast", and mainstream news reports are telling us that it is now approximately 25 percent larger than New York C
You're not the only one who thinks constructing a rain-inducing mountain in the desert is a bonkers idea
Since Americans first heard the term global warming in the 1970s, the weather has actually improved for most people living in the U.S. But it won't always be that way, according to a new study.
Over the weekend, just as I was arriving back to Chile after a few weeks away, the sky above Santiago opened up and started to dump heavy rain on the city.
A sharp, prolonged siege of Arctic air has shattered daily, even April monthly records in the Northeast and Great Lakes, and more record cold is expected this weekend.
'Never before seen' spring snowfall in the Caribbean islands (Update: This article from the Dominca News Online was an April Fool's joke. See: UPDATE: It Did Not Snow in Guadeloupe)
April to Begin with Snow, Cold Temperatures in Great Lakes and Northeast
The El Niño-fueled storms that have swept through Northern California in recent weeks have swelled some of the state's largest reservoirs to encouraging levels even as the state's drought persists.
In their "hottest year ever" press briefing, NOAA included this graph, which stated that they have a 58 year long radiosonde temperature record. But they only showed the last 37 years in the graph.
Major arctic outbreak could bring sub-zero temperatures over the weekend
Winter Storm Jonas buried a large portion of the Northeast urban corridor with more than 2 feet of snow from the Washington, D.C. area to New York City Jan. 22 into early Jan. 24, 2016. Heavy snow also impacted parts of the South and Ohio Valley Jan.