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.
Hurricane Patricia is the strongest hurricane ever in the Western Hemisphere, and it made landfall this afternoon on Mexico’s Pacific coast.