This Spring's Predicted Flood Risks: An Essential Reading List
A report from NOAA warns that two-thirds of the lower 48 states are expected to face increased precipitation and flood risk through May.
Heavy Winter Precipitation May Not Impact Fire Season in California
Wet weather may seem like good news for the drought-plagued state, but a new study finds that it will have minimal effects on wildfire season.
More Homeless People Are Dying of Hypothermia in Los Angeles Than in New York. Is Climate Change a Factor?
In Los Angeles, a city known for its sunshine and mild temperatures, more homeless people died of hypothermia last year than in New York City and San Francisco combined.
Why This Winter's El Niño Will Not Bring More Rain to California
A conversation with Jan Null, a weather forecaster who explains why expectations of a wet winter are misplaced.
Will Decreasing Rainfalls Destroy Hawaii's Waterfall-Climbing Fish?
The fish, called O'opu, have developed the ingenious ability to climb hundreds of feet up the side of waterfalls in order to breed.