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Learn to read clouds, birds, and leaves to predict the weather
The clouds, birds, and trees all tell their own meteorological stories.
Why is it so hard to predict the weather?
That light breeze could mean there’s a storm a few miles away.
Ammonia ‘mushballs’ could spark strange lightning on Jupiter
The slushy snowballs may heavily affect jovian meteorology.
This photographer chases the Midwest’s most dramatic storms. Here are some of his favorite shots.
Eric Meola went from shooting rock-album art to documenting the hidden beauty of the great American plains.
Weather monitoring tools for amateur meteorologists
Ditch your phone app for the real thing.
Hurricane season is early—again
Nature doesn’t wait for June 1.
The polar vortex split apart. Here’s what to expect.
You'll want a winter coat.
The 2018 hurricane season was full of extremes. Here’s what we expect in 2019.
Both the Atlantic and Pacific areas saw a record number and intensity of storms.
Florence and Michael might be retired from the Hurricane naming book
Meteorologists routinely retire names of severely devastating storms.
Hurricane forecasts can be confusing—here’s a helpful glossary
All the terms you need to know to stay ahead of the storm.