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By 2050, Many U.S. Cities Will Have Weather Like They’ve Never Seen loading...
By 2050, Many U.S. Cities Will Have Weather Like They’ve Never Seen
New York, San Francisco, and Washington are among the 17 U.S. cities that will soon face unprecedented weather.
Why space weather is being made in the lab loading...
Why space weather is being made in the lab
As a NASA probe spirals closer to the sun, one team on Earth is re-creating the delicate dance between our star and the planet.
Deadly weather may rise 50 percent from now to 2100 loading...
Deadly weather may rise 50 percent from now to 2100
As human-driven climate change wreaks havoc on the jet stream, heat waves, droughts, and other extreme weather may get more common, a study says.
The Extraordinary Ways Weather Has Changed Human History loading...
The Extraordinary Ways Weather Has Changed Human History
From determining the outcome of wars to wholesale destruction of lives and property, weather affects our lives in a shocking number of ways.
Why This Man Spent 40 Years Alone in the Woods Collecting Weather Data loading...
Why This Man Spent 40 Years Alone in the Woods Collecting Weather Data
One winter, billy barr started collecting data from his home in the Colorado Rockies. Four decades later, his 12,000 records are a climate scientist’s goldmine.
Behind the Scenes: How to Photograph in Misty, Moody Weather loading...
Behind the Scenes: How to Photograph in Misty, Moody Weather
National Geographic Travel photographer Krista Rossow takes us through her photographic journey on an assignment in Asheville.
Australia Had Extreme Weather and Fourth-Hottest Year in 2016 loading...
Australia Had Extreme Weather and Fourth-Hottest Year in 2016
The Bureau of Meteorology’s annual climate statement shows this year was fourth-warmest on record for Australia.
Climate Forecast: Australia's Weather Will Get Wilder loading...
Climate Forecast: Australia's Weather Will Get Wilder
Global warming will drive La Niña and El Niño to greater extremes.
Warm Weather Sparks Spider Boom in Australia loading...
Warm Weather Sparks Spider Boom in Australia
"Perfect conditions" mean more arachnids in the Sydney area and beyond.

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