Firefighters Have Been Battling a Brush Fire in Weare
An out-of-control brush fire in Weare that erupted on Wednesday night is being fought by fire departments from numerous communities. Read more!
North Korea's severe spring drought led to scanty drinking water
Many of North Korea's reservoirs have declined over the past year, sometimes substantially, according to satellite data. Here are the details!
Apple’s weather app got widespread issues, possible solutions
On Tuesday morning, users experienced a brief outage of Apple's default Weather app. Here're some alternatives if it occurs once again.
Severe weather threatened Denver on Wednesday but it's over
Severe weather struck the Denver area on Wednesday afternoon & evening, producing tornadoes & dropping hail across the front range and Eastern Plains.
America’s New Normal Temperature Hotter Than Two Decades Ago
America’s new normal is not just hotter than just a decade ago, but wetter in the eastern and central parts of the nation.
Marine species affected by climate change
Climate change and warming waters have driven a lot of marine species poleward from the equator, according to a recent study published in the journal PNAS. Read along for more details.
Unseasonal May weather 'part and parcel of Irish climate'
The average temperature in Irish this month has been 10 degrees Celsius, which is around 3 degrees Celsius lower than most years, but it is not unprecedented because it happens "from time to time."
Amazing April 2021: Lyrid meteor shower and “Super Pink” Moon & More
April brings not only a meteor shower in nearly four months but also a medley of astronomical events.
Climate Change Forces Polar Bears to Eat Seabird Eggs
Climate change is forcing polar bears to start scavenging in areas populated and snack on seabirds’ eggs.
Warning: Rapid Glaciers Loss Threatening Water Supply of Millions of People
The retreat of glaciers in the Himalayas and South America could pose a high threat to the water supply of hundreds of millions of people.