Corn and soybean yields may lose 40%-50% by end of the century.
Cabinet nominees testify that climate change is no hoax.
Winter weather could continue to help drive cattle prices higher.
The Climate Prediction Center's outlook for February through April calls for above-normal temps across the Central and Southern Plains.
The year 2014 was remarkable to climate scientists because it was the warmest year on record. That is, until 2015, which replaced it as the warmest year on record. That is, until 2016, when the record was broken once more.
January storms fill reservoirs and bury mountains in snow. Now ‘the primary challenge’ is managing it all before summer.
Put your weight--your center of gravity--straight down on your front leg as you walk.
An ice storm heading for the central United States is threatening to cause power outages and create treacherous travel conditions on Friday and into the weekend, the National Weather Service said.
More than 40 percent of California is out of drought, federal drought-watchers said Thursday at the tail end of powerful storms that sent thousands of people fleeing from flooding rivers in the north, unleashed burbling waterfalls in southern deserts, and doubled the vital snowpack in the Sierra Nevada in little more than a week.
Alex Sosnowski, senior meteorologist for AccuWeather.com, reports people from Texas to Ohio are bracing for a long-duration ice storm that could turn destructive and cut power to hundreds of thousands from Friday to Sunday.
Climate change has come in small increments – often measured in tenths of a degree. For example, since 1895, the contiguous United States has seen an average temperature increase of just 0.15°F per decade. But a group of Australian researchers are interested in whether these subtle changes are creating subtle effects on soils.
Hundreds of people have fled from their homes in northern California and Nevada as a massive winter storm packing heavy rain, strong wind and lightning caused mudslides and widespread flooding.
About 2,000 people in a rural California community near Sacramento were asked to leave their homes Tuesday as a river swollen by days of heavy rain threatened to flood, while north of San Francisco thousands more were urged to seek higher ground.
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