By Johanna Eurich, KYUK
For those who wonder what the Bering Sea will be like decades from now, last year was a glimpse of the future.
By Erin Blankemore, The Washington Post
What does a long-forgotten whaling ship have to do with future climate change?
By Nicholas Bond, JISAO
I am very fortunate. My work involves research on topics of interest and importance (OK maybe I’m biased) related to the climate and oceanography of the North Pacific, and the weather of the Pacific Northwest.
By Don Jenkins, Capital Press
There is no “obvious indication” a long-anticipated El Nino will form this winter after all, according to a seasonal outlook issued Thursday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
SEATTLE — Ask any hardcore skier about the season so far, and you might get a simple response.Read more
For 35 Years, the Pacific Ocean Has Largely Spared West’s Mountain Snow From Effects of Global Warming
By Hannah Hickey, UW News
A new study has found that a pattern of ocean temperatures and atmospheric circulation has offset most of the impact of global warming on mountain snowpack in the western U.S.
Washington State Climatologist Nick Bond visited the Washington Corrections Center in Shelton, WA, as part of the facility’s Environmental Engagement Workshop Series.Read more
By Mike Baker, Seattle Times
Looking back at the past 70 years of temperature records in the Seattle area, this decade is beginning to stand out in stark terms.
By Matt Miller, KTOO Public Media
The Blob could be back. Or, maybe it’s the Son of Blob.