The latest news on weather
Researchers discover that when temperatures are cooler, female Bicyclus anynana actively court males.
Microscopic particles of dust can break apart in patterns similar to fragment patterns of broken glass.
Meteorological equipment typically used to monitor storms could help improve wind predictions.
By keeping an ear to the ice, scientists can predict impending glacial crack-ups two weeks in advance.
Method allows for long-term measurement.
Researchers collect data with a mashup of 19th century ship records and 21st century crowdsourcing.
Climate modelers push Atlantic predictions beyond a single season.
A potential tool could help reduce impact severity and fortify infrastructure against future disasters.
New study shows how the movement of wind described in the book of Exodus could have parted the waters.