A major snowstorm whipped through the northeast and mid-Atlantic portion of the, including New York City on Tuesday.
Lightning may not strike the same place twice, but they can definitely strike indoors.
The launch of the most-anticipated weather satellite GOES-R has been delayed by Hurricane Matthew. But NOAA is working to finally deploy the satellite in November this year.
2015 in northwest Greenland, recent studies show the very first evidence linking the melting in Greenland to the expected effects and the confirmation of the phenomenon called the Arctic amplification
Can humans survive this? The last time carbon dioxide was regularly above 400 parts per million was before modern humans walked on Earth.
The Curiosity Rover which has been observing the surface of Mars since 2012 also found out that the red planet also has changing weather.
Mysterious environmental factors combined to create a rare effect at Yosemite National Park's Horsetail Falls earlier this month.
Black squirrels have been seen more regularly in Michigan -- many residents have even mistaken them for rats with bushy tails. Despite their unique color, however, they are still gray squirrels. They seem to occur more often in northern climates, and a project looks at them in the U.K.
Heavy El Niño rains have spurred the growth of poisonous mushrooms in California, which are potentially dangerous for pets playing outside.
Global salt marsh erosion is largely driven by regular weather patterns, rather than the occasional violent storm.
Fireworks and bonfires may be a fun way to celebrate national holidays, but the smoke and other particles emitted into the atmosphere can reduce visibility by 25 percent. Visibility can be further reduced when humidity is high and particles absorb more moisture.
University of Exeter reseachers took a closer look at fruit flies and found that while environmental conditions have some influence on their mating decision, it mostly comes down to genetics.
Fire ants in South Carolina team up to survive flooding waters.
Aerosol particles ejected into the air following volcanic eruptions can trigger rainfall shortages that ultimately alter river systems worldwide.