Photos of early fall colors have been traversing the media over the past few weeks, and along with them, the incorrect explanation that cool summer weather is causing an early fall reaction in trees.
No, we can't say the 6 inches of rain in Baltimore Tuesday would've been 60 inches of snow.
Enhancing a photo with HDR helps get a photo noticed. Or at least that's the impression some seem to have. Unfortunately, it very often goes too far.
The massive hole in Siberia occurred in the tundra, a place where permanently frozen ground only allows stunted plants to grow in brief summers.
Early-morning tornadoes are rare, but we explain how the Cape Charles tornado developed from an atmosphere with ripe conditions.
Supermoons are aflurry again as the first of three in 2014 is scheduled to rise on Saturday.
Why did this event unfold so early in the day? Why did it impact such a small region? Why didn't meteorologists predict it?
Science literacy in the U.S. is at an all-time low, and the public deserves a better explanation about how tornadoes arise.
The storm poured “salt in the wound” of a harsh winter seemingly without end. We review ten aspects that conspired to create a major snowstorm.
A swift temperature drop and rapid change from rain to snow provided our winter-fatigued region with a bit of meteorological “shock and awe”.