• June 20, 2024, 10:31 pm
/ Weather
[ad_1] This article was originally featured on Undark. On an overcast day in September, Heidi Geagel negotiates familiar potholes on a gravel road in Seldovia, Alaska. Cresting a hill topped with read more
[ad_1] Every dark cloud has a silver lining. At any given time, about 67 percent of Earth’s skies are covered with them.  In comparison to what we know about other
[ad_1] The planet is currently in a rare triple-dip La Niña year, but climate change will likely affect the opposite weather system El Niño as well. These fluctuations in the
[ad_1] On Monday, an earthquake hit Cianjur in Indonesia’s West Java province at about 1:21 p.m. local time. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) reports that it was at a
[ad_1] This article was originally featured on The Conversation. It’s hard for most people to imagine 6 feet of snow in one storm, like the Buffalo area saw over the weekend, but
[ad_1] On the Big Island of Hawaii, the world’s largest active volcano is currently erupting, spewing debris and ash from its summit. This is the first time in almost 40
[ad_1] This article was originally published on The Conversation. If you look back at the history of Atlantic hurricanes since the late 1800s, it might seem hurricane frequency is on
[ad_1] This article was originally featured on High Country News. Jim Elser scanned the snowfields clinging to the lower slopes of Clements Mountain in Montana’s Glacier National Park. While nearby tourists snapped pictures