Sure, you might have to deal with a little snow this weekend in the Northeast. But the reward on the other side is near-record warmth next week.
Hope everyone enjoyed California’s drought-free year because dry conditions are back in a big, bad way.
Just in time for Super Bowl Sunday, Arctic air will descend on the central U.S. as a trail of sub-zero temperatures marches down the the Canadian Rockies and parks over the Midwest. It will be short-lived and not quite as severe as the early January cold snap, but it also arrives at an inopportune time for football’s…
Siberia is geographical shorthand for “very cold.” But even by Siberian standards, what’s happening in the eastern Siberia hamlet of Oymyakon right now is ridiculous—and it begs the question of just what the heck makes this part of the world so freaking cold.
Look, I know we cover a lot of the bad types of weather here. Wildfires, droughts, extreme cold, hurricanes. But allow me to make it up to you with some Good Weather. Snow in Sahara? Yes, please.
Last winter may have been one of the wettest in California’s history, but you wouldn’t know it today. Especially not if you’re in Southern California, where it hasn’t really rained since October.
Excuse Californians if they’re ready to call it a year. Massive, house-destroying, car-melting wildfires have ripped across the state throughout the spring, summer, and fall. And the nightmare isn’t over yet.
For a while, it felt like the weather disasters were never going to stop.
After undergoing rapid intensification on Friday, Super Typhoon Lan has emerged as a force to reckoned with in the northwest Pacific.