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La Nina Articles
How Will La Niña Affect Winter Weather?
According to early reporting, it looks like we’re in for another La Niña! What does that mean? How...
Weather Folklore: What Leaves, Squirrels, Apples and Flowers Predict about Winter
I sometimes wonder why I am in the climate business. According to folklore, those leaves you have...
2016 Tornado Season: Quietest on Record
While the year brought flooding and other extreme events, 2016 was one of the quietest years for...
Drought Outlook: Over Half the U.S. Is Dry
The latest figures are out. As of end of 2016, more than half of the continental U.S. is dry or in...
Duel in the Pacific
It’s the fight of the century (or at least the year)! The winner decides where we have winter...
The Double-Decker River hits Louisiana
As Louisiana, East Texas and the Midwest floundered in floods, satellites showed a startling...
La Nada: A Whole Lot of Nothing
Welcome to a whole lot of Nothing, or La Nada, a climate phenomenon that causes relatively normal...
Hottest Decade on Record
Odds are—this will be the warmest decade ever recorded. Find out why—and get a sneak peak at this...
Bye, Bye El Niño
Good bye Boy. The El Niño is on its way out. It brought more rain in some areas plus lower summer...
The Return of La Niña???!!!
La Niña might return. The huge Pacific weather event that shaped last winter and this year’s...
La Nada in the Pacific: A Whole Lot of Nothing
La Niña, that trouble-making cold spot in the Pacific, is gone and now we are being told to brace...
La Niña's Goodbye Gift: Springtime Floods and Droughts
In Spanish, La Niña means “Little Girl”. Don’t let the cute name fool you. La Niña is one cold...
An explosive grenade is nicknamed a pineapple. A recent storm that clobbered California is...