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Our everyday activities really are able to indirectly influence the weather in ways that go far beyond our addiction to greenhouse gases.
Aside from awesome, that is.
The storm will tear through parts of Cuba and the Bahamas before making landfall in southern Florida on Sunday.
It's not just the astonishing amount of rainfall.
It's easy to forget that there are vast rivers of wind whooshing just a few miles above our heads at speeds that could put most hurricanes and tornadoes to shame, but jet streams affect us every day without our realizing it.
What do you call it when two hurricanes start to invade each other's personal space?
Humans have come up with some pretty crafty ways of influencing the weather—in small doses.
Sorry, Seattle—your yearly rainfall has nothing on Mobile, Alabama.
If you’re lucky enough to witness this spectacular astronomical phenomenon, make sure you bring your eclipse glasses—and a thermometer.
Meet the Hurricane Hunters.
While most weather myths are harmless, the misconceptions surrounding tornadoes can be a dire threat to your safety.
The National Weather Service is simplifying the storm-alert process to give us better information during hazardous conditions.