By Lester Black, The Stranger
We just finished the hottest decade ever recorded at Sea-Tac Airport—by a longshot.
By Rosie McCall, Newsweek
warm “blob” of hot water reported to have formed in the Pacific Ocean near New Zealand is making its way towards South America.
By Todd Woody, National Geographic
Stores of methane and CO2 in the world’s seas are in a strange, icy state, and the waters are warming, creating a ticking carbon time bomb.
By Andrew R.C. Marshal, Reuters
An eccentric group of citizen-scientists called Old Weather has transcribed millions of observations from long-forgotten logbooks of ships, many from the great era of Arctic exploration.
By Good News Network
Conservationists are rejoicing after new research showed that whales in the South Atlantic have rebounded from the brink of extinction.
A massive warmer-than-normal pool of water that’s formed in the Pacific Ocean off the Washington coast may already be wreaking havoc with our weather.Watch video at King 5
Forecasting the weather for the whole winter is always difficult, but several factors may make this winter harder than most.Continue reading at King 5 News
By Don Jenkins, Capital Press
Idaho shivered through its coldest October on record, while Washington weathered its second-coldest October and the coolest in more than a century, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
By UW News Staff
A population of humpback whales in the South Atlantic has rebounded from the brink of extinction.