La Niña News
Severe Weather Hitting the Northeast Plus the Winter Outlook for Your Area
Heavy thunderstorms expected in western PA, WV and MD heading to upstate NY.
'Atmospheric Rivers' Weather Phenomenon Soaks California
They're called atmospheric rivers and they can carry massive quantities of Pacific Ocean water from as far away as Hawaii before they dump it on California
Forecasters Predict Cold and Snowy Winter for the North; Dry, Warm Winter for the South
Today NOAA's Climate Prediction Center issued the U.S. Winter Outlook, saying that La Nina is expected to influence winter conditions this year.
Forecasters Predict Wet, Cool Winter for North; Dry, Warm Winter for South
Today NOAA's Climate Prediction Center issued the U.S. Winter Outlook, saying that La Nina is expected to influence winter conditions this year. The Climate Prediction Center said La Nina is likely to develop in late fall or early winter, but it is expected to be weak and short-lived. With the
Hurricane Outlook for 2016 Atlantic Season
U.S. meteorologists are predicting more tropical activity this year compared to recent years but expect the summer hurricane season to be near-normal levels. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said there is a 70 percent likelihood that there will be 10 to 16 named storms
2012 Was 9th Warmest Year on Record, Says NASA
The year 2012 was the ninth warmest globally since record keeping began in 1880, said climate scientists today from NASA. NOAA, crunching the numbers slightly differently, said 2012 was the tenth warmest year, and both agencies said a warming pattern has continued since the middle...
It's Simple: Global Warming Is Causing the Extreme Weather
A Pot, A Baseball Player, Two Dice, and One Simple Graph ———– Nature’s Edge Notebook #32 Observation, Analysis, Reflection, New Questions ————- We want a clear answer. Is manmade global warming responsible for the surge in severe heat events we’re seeing in recent years around...
Pacific Mystery: What's Killing the Dolphins and the Pelicans?
Sea Animals Die by the Thousands on Peru's Coast. Blame Oil Companies? Disease? La Nina?
Adios La Nina : Quieter Hurricane Season?
Those cooler-than-normal tropical Pacific ocean temperatures known as La Niña are expected to weaken and dissipate this spring, government forecasters said today. La Niña—or lack of it— could mean good news when it comes to the upcoming hurricane season, said Mike Halpert, deputy director of...