Rainfall was measured by the foot in South Carolina in an event that statistically would happen, on average, once every thousand years.
Can we blame El Niño for this year’s global coral bleaching event?
The peak of El Niño is expected to arrive soon after peak pumpkin spice latte season. What are some of the winter weather effects seen during past El Niños?
NCEI's Deke Arndt blogs about how El Niño—like an erratic bartender—doesn't always bring the country the seasonal climate we'd expect.
Tom Di Liberto explains how algae and other phytoplankton usually behave.
El Niño is a global phenomenon. Guest blogger Dr. Andrew Watkins shines some light on El Niño's impact across the world in Australia.
As record ocean temperatures cause widespread coral bleaching across Hawaii, NOAA scientists confirm the same stressful conditions are expanding to the Caribbean and may last into the new year,...