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New Orleans’ billion-dollar levees survived Hurricane Ida. Can they handle what’s coming?
The new levees, floodwalls, and other upgrades were a multi-billion dollar investment. Here's why they were worth it.
Hurricanes can pack a one-two punch: the storm, then deadly heat
Extreme weather, blackouts, and heatwaves may put more people at risk going forwards.
The planet’s water cycle is changing rapidly. Here’s what that means for us.
Wet and dry extremes were part of the focus of the new IPCC report.
This week’s ultra hot weather is brought to you by heat domes—and climate change
It’s a good weekend to stay inside.
Everything you need to know to start a fire
On the snow, with duct tape, or when the lights go out.
Why is it so hard to predict the weather?
That light breeze could mean there’s a storm a few miles away.
Crisp Hubble snapshot shows powerful new Jupiter storms
They charge forth at 350 miles per hour.
NOAA is changing the way it talks about hurricanes
Storms are getting worse and more people are in the way than ever, so meteorologists are working on ways to improve their communication.
Slow, meandering hurricanes are often more dangerous—and they’re getting more common
Storms don’t have to be fast to be destructive.
Severe storms are increasingly leaving us without power. Microgrids can help.
As climate change spurs worsening hurricanes, renewable microgrids have the potential to generate and redistribute power.