Rain, rain, and more rain. The flooding all this rain has brought could set recovery efforts in the Chesapeake Bay back a bit.
Yeah, it’s cold outside—so cold, in fact, that Chicago and a few dozen other cities set records for the lowest maximum on Jan. 1 or 2.
Hurricane Irma remained a Category 5 storm longer than any other hurricane in recorded history. It’s headed to south Florida.
Extreme and record-setting heat came to the San Francisco area late last week, and wildfires continue to threaten lives and national treasures.
Hurricane Harvey, now a tropical depression, will lead to a long clean-up process. Houston kids return to school on Sept. 11.
A winter storm tracked through the Midwest and joined a low-pressure zone from off Florida to become a classic late-winter nor’easter.
Massive flooding in Louisiana and other US locations isn’t “caused” by climate change, but warmer global temps increase the likelihood of a destructive event.
A/C in the summer heat, or the lack thereof, in schools is a problem, and the school board says it will close schools if the temps get too hot.
Some snow and a snap of cold hit Chicago on Valentine’s Day; it’s moving east and could bring snow to Baltimore on President’s Day.
A snowstorm brings a standstill to several parts of Md. and other eastern states. States of emergency are in effect and schools closed.