Eric Holthaus

Eric Holthaus is a meteorologist who writes about weather and climate for Slate’s Future Tense. Follow him on Twitter.

Cherry Blossoms, Meet the Pits

No, big snowstorms like this aren’t normal

Warm oceans, weird weather patterns, and early spring blooms don’t mix.

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The dam truth: Climate change means more Lake Orovilles

California's climate has always been extreme, but this is ridiculous.

Debate moderators should ask Hillary and Bernie about climate plans

Hillary and Bernie have differences on climate. Why don't we hear about them at the debates?

Is the Zika outbreak connected to climate change?

A look at Zika, climate change, and whether the mosquito is spreading to the U.S.

The Paris climate talks: Yes oui can!

How to read the jargon at the Paris climate change talks

This guide translates the diplomat-speak to more common language.

Alaska governor: We need more oil drilling to pay for climate change damage

Now he's the laughingstock of Twitter.

Google will now tell you whether you should put solar panels on your roof

If climate change isn't a strong enough argument, a new Google Maps feature will make the solar decision a whole lot simpler for you.

Sorry, but Earth isn’t heading for another ice age

The study's author never implied a new ice age is imminent -- only that we may see a sharp downturn in the number of sunspots.

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How buying in bulk actually wastes food

Shop more frequently instead.