This summer is turning out to be a particularly fiery one.
Scientists trawled thousands of volunteer surveys over 25 years to understand what imperils the insects.
That 1913 spike? It's probably bogus.
Yes, it's the jet stream—and so much more.
It’s at least as terrifying as it sounds.
Temperatures are slowly subsiding, but the damage has been done.
Hot weather can be overwhelming.
For many states, summer is off to a historically hot and dry start.
The clouds, birds, and trees all tell their own meteorological stories.
The first step is to look for thin and airy clothing.
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