Accurate weather forecasts can provide strong economic benefits to Americans and save lives—but only if weather data remains accessible.
The blaze that began Monday evening burned 45,000 acres overnight, and was still out of control Tuesday morning.
Forecasters say we have a 95 percent chance of having an El Niño event this winter, but predicting its local effects is iffier.
At 70, Lela Hartman believed we would one day use technology to prevent disasters like the Tri-State Tornado she witnessed as a small child. Are we getting any closer?