A strange spherical cloud has been spotted over Fujisawa, a city in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. the cloud appeared above the train station at around 3:00 p.m. and is called "Death Cloud."
A massive mushroom cloud made Russians for their safety. The residents immediately contacted the emergency services out of panic and initially suspected that a deadly nuclear explosion has occurred.
A new study showed that thin mid-level clouds have a cooling effect that could equalize the warming effect of cirrus clouds.
Satellite analysis of storm tracks revealed that since the 1980s, clouds are moving higher and subtropical zones are expanding due to continuous global warming.
United Arab Emirates is planning to build an artificial mountain that can alter the weather patterns, increasing the amount of rainfall the region receives
Rainbows are one of the most striking gifts of nature. There are not many stories in hstory that talk about rainbows. The most popular one links to the biblical story of Noah and his ark and its promising ending. Well, rainbows have a little more than that. The science behind rainbows is quite fascinating. However, only in the 17th century people began to get curious about the formation of the rainbow.
Researchers thought that the ability of clouds to reflect sunlight is going to be an effective preventive countermeasure against global warming, but a new study suggests that it might not be the case anymore.
Researchers recently discovered that some phytoplankton species cause ice formation in clouds over arctic or remote oceans. The organic waste from this ocean plant life is ejected into the atmosphere via sea spray from breaking waves.
No, unfortunately there isn't a forest of feather-light trees just waiting to be discovered atop a fluffy white cloud. However, there are many unique, high-altitude forests found on mountains that rely on the moisture and cover of passing clouds to survive. Now, with climate change altering atmospheric currents throughout the world, experts have estimated that many of these forests are in trouble.
Ocean microbes may play an important role beneath the surface, but now new research shows that they are linked to processes in the atmosphere as well, and may even directly impact climate change.
We all know the popular springtime saying, "April showers bring May flowers," but the opposite may also be true.