Can we blame this year’s active start to the severe weather season on the winter’s weak La Niña conditions?
The 2017 tornado season across the United States has gotten off to an active start. As of April 22, 570 tornadoes have been reported, which is almost a hundred more than average.
We’re about to go Beyond the Data in five ways. In keeping with the spirit of our blog, we’ll take a look at something obvious from the NCEI monthly climate analysis, then dig a little harder into some even more pertinent climatological truths.
If you’re planting a garden this spring, this set of maps based on U.S. climate data can help you see how planting zones across the country have shifted over the past few decades.
Temperatures measured on land and at sea for more than a century show that Earth's globally averaged surface temperature is rising.