May 2018 and the spring of 2018 both ranked in the top five warmest on record.
Rate of ice loss in Antarctica has tripled over the past decade.
A combination of a warming climate climate and increased urbanization (heat island effect) has caused a 25 to 50 percent decrease in low cloud cover in the greater Los Angeles area since the 1970s.
New research indicates that climate change will cause atmospheric rivers to become increasingly longer and wider by the end of this century.
Hurricanes in the future may produce much more rainfall.
Last month was the 42nd consecutive April and 400th consecutive month with global average surface temperatures averaging above the 20th century average.
Older, thicker sea ice in the Arctic basin continues to be replaced by younger and thinner ice.
Powerful hurricanes that intensify rapidly do so more strongly and rapidly today than they did 30 years ago.
Scientists have identified a new process in the Antarctic that is contributing to sea level rise.
Regardless of political affiliation, people are more likely to believe facts about climate change if they come from Republicans, according to a new study.