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So much for spring: Another historic storm is coming to paralyze the East Coast

The fourth nor’easter in just three weeks is taking shape across the Mid-Atlantic states.  The storm is expected to become the biggest late-March snowstorm on record from Washington, D.C. to New York City.  The fact that the storm is hitting on the first full day of spring is twisting the metaphorical knives in the backs...CONTINUE READING

Climate change could force millions of people to move within countries

While conflict and economic reasons are often the biggest factors for people moving within countries, climate change will soon have its own part to play. By 2050, 140 million people could be forced to migrate internally as the effects of global warming exacerbate problems like water scarcity, crop failure, rising sea levels and storm surges,...CONTINUE READING

4th nor’easter this month takes aim at East Coast with jet stream stuck on repeat

The calendar may say it’s the first day of spring, but it will seem more like the movie Groundhog Day along the East Coast on Tuesday. The fourth nor’easter in just three weeks will begin to take shape across the Mid-Atlantic, as the first of two waves of low pressure spreads a wintry mix of...CONTINUE READING

What you learn by giving 200 Senate speeches on climate change

Every week the Senate has been in session since April 2012, one lonely Democratic senator from Rhode Island, Sheldon Whitehouse, has taken to the Senate floor to speak about global warming. On March 13, Senator Whitehouse gave his 200th “It’s Time to Wake Up” speech on climate change.  The speech was atypical for Whitehouse, who...CONTINUE READING

Another nor’easter is on its way and you’ve got to be f*cking kidding

The fourth coastal storm in three weeks to hammer the Eastern Seaboard appears likely to form early next week, potentially delivering yet another crippling snowstorm to millions from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Unlike the previous storms, this one is going to form further to the south, putting the Washington, D.C. area, along with coastal...CONTINUE READING

Rex Tillerson’s replacement is a nightmare for anyone who cares about climate change

The climate science and policy community was taken aback when President Donald Trump nominated Rex Tillerson, then the head of ExxonMobil, to take over the State Department in January 2017. Tillerson spent his entire career at the oil and gas giant, and was present at the company during the time when its scientists detailed the...CONTINUE READING

Third nor’easter in 3 weeks to slam New England: What’s going on here?

Residents of Southern New England are used to snowstorms, including the classic blizzards that can stalk this region like a hunter tracks prey. Such storms, known as nor’easters for the direction that the wind comes from, can shut down areas from New York City to Portland, Maine, and bring damaging coastal flooding, feet of snow,...CONTINUE READING

Photos reveal nor’easter’s beauty, destruction, and slop along the East Coast

The second powerful nor’easter in less than a week lived up to expectations, and then some, from the Philadelphia area northward into New York and Boston. A slow-moving, narrow band of heavy snow parked itself over northern New Jersey for much of the day on Wednesday, dumping snow at 2 to 4 inches per hour. ...CONTINUE READING

Nor’easter brings widespread threat of thundersnow, a dream for every weather nerd

Just like each of us has our own personality, each nor’easter is different, with its own idiosyncrasies and mood. The rapidly intensifying storm taking shape off the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England on Wednesday, for example, is unusually feisty, with a mean streak.  For days now, computer models have locked onto the potential for an...CONTINUE READING
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