Memphis flood. Photo: Chris WielandBy many measures, 2011 was the most extreme weather year for the United States since reliable record-keeping began in the 19th …
A new map shows that climate change-related sea-level rise has boosted the number of people living in areas vulnerable to storm-surge flooding from Hurricane Irene.
You know that saying about March coming in like a lion? If the roar refers to the wind, the saying holds true. Hang onto your …
Climate Central's Heidi Cullen explains how "normals" for our climate during the past decade will very likely change soon.
Climate Central's Heidi Cullen counts down the five biggest climate and weather related events of 2010.
The La Nina winter forecast in the Pacific Northwest has ski resort owners smiling. Heidi Cullen explains why, and gives us the latest temp analysis.
The cooler ocean temperatures of La Nina this year could have a significant effect on our winter weather. Learn more in this Climate Central video.
New numbers released by NOAA's National Climatic Data Center confirm what residents of countries around the world already may have suspected: 2010 has been no average year.
More than five weeks remain of summer, and already it's a record-breaker. A climatologist looks at what's behind the heat and extreme weather so far.