- Guillermo downgraded to tropical storm as it heads to Hawaii Updated: Aug-03-15 7:11 pm
HONOLULU - Hurricane Guillermo was downgraded to a tropical storm Monday as it continued its course toward the Hawaiian Islands.
- Wet El Nino winter expected to raise reservoir water levels Updated: Aug-03-15 12:07 pm
PHOENIX - A wet El Nino winter is expected to raise water levels in Arizona reservoirs.
- NC mountains experiencing drought for 1st time since 2012 Updated: Jul-27-15 4:43 pm
ASHEVILLE, North Carolina - State officials say the North Carolina mountains are experiencing drought for the first time in more than two years.
- Worldwide strengthening El Nino giveth and taketh away Updated: Jul-27-15 4:37 pm
WASHINGTON - In California, they're counting on it to end an historic drought; in Peru, they've already declared a pre-emptive emergency to prepare for devastating flooding. It's both an economic stimulus and a recession-maker. And it's likely to increase the price of coffee, chocolate and sugar.
- Another month, another global heat record broken - by far Updated: Jul-20-15 5:09 pm
WASHINGTON - Earth dialed the heat up in June, smashing warm temperature records for both the month and the first half of the year.
- Experts say rains have quenched state's drought for now Updated: Jul-17-15 3:04 pm
GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado - Rain has pulled Colorado out of its drought, for now.
- Wary of climate change, Vanuatu villagers seek higher ground Updated: Jul-12-15 6:34 am
TAKARA, Vanuatu - Many people living in this coastal village in Vanuatu believe the March cyclone that sent waves surging through their homes was the latest and most dramatic sign of climate change. They are now considering rebuilding their entire community on higher ground.
- Meteorologists predict a strong El Nino effect this year Updated: Jul-11-15 1:04 pm
LOS ANGELES - Meteorologists say odds are good for a wet California winter as a strong El Nino builds in the Pacific Ocean.
- US scientists: Warm oceans cause concern of coral bleaching Updated: Jul-06-15 9:26 pm
HONOLULU - Abnormally warm ocean temperatures are creating conditions that threaten to kill coral across the equatorial Pacific, north Pacific and western Atlantic oceans, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Monday.