A drought in the Southeast in 2011 gave cotton growers and consumers a preview of what could become a more common scenario for the main ingredient of our most comfortable clothes.
Uncommon atmospheric circumstances spawned a pair of tropical cyclones in the western Pacific—one on either side the equator, at nearly the same longitude, at nearly the same time. Why are twin cyclones more common during El Niño?
If you’re planting a garden this spring, this set of maps based on the U.S. Climate Normals data can help you see how planting zones across the country have shifted over the past few decades.
This video segment explores whether, in principle, renewable energy resources could meet today's global energy needs of about 15.7 terawatts.
Moderate flooding in the coastal Northeast and temperatures in the upper third of the historical record for the West are key predictions from NOAA's 2015 Spring Climate Outlook.