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December 2015
December 2015

<p>A new State of the Air report from the American Lung Association found that years of drought have deteriorated California's air quality. Using data gathered between 2011 and 2013, the report evaluated California's main metropolitan areas based on the levels of ozone (the main ingredient of smog), and measurable particles that built up in the air.</p>
The 2015 hurricane season smashed records because of an unusually strong El Nino warming pattern, including the most powerful hurricane ever, US forecasters said Tuesday.
In the wake of a significant snowstorm, intermittent snow and slippery travel will linger across parts of the northern Plains to the Upper Midwest into...
<p>Nickolay Lamm In 2006, a white bear with brown splotches, believed to be a hybrid of a polar bear and a grizzly, was shot by Arctic hunters. Then in 2009, a possible hybrid of a right whale and a bowhead was photographed...</p>
President Obama says the world can reach an agreement at the COP21 talks but at home in the US he faces a fight over carbon emissions targets.
Fewer than half of Americans believe government should be doing more to combat climate change.
Meteorologist Domenica Davis details a look ahead at rain in the East.
A train of storms will slam into the Northwest United States well into next week and perhaps through much of December. The storms, which will vary in intensity...
Mexico weathered a record eastern Pacific hurricane season with almost no deaths and relatively little damage, given the intensity of this year's storms.
Global warming has triggered an array of apocalyptic scenarios for future generations, from worsening drought, storms and floods to melted icesheets and rising seas. 
<p>Mauna Kea, Hawaii's tallest volcano, is circled by clouds in a photo taken by an International Space Station astronaut. The setting sun cast dark shadows along the volcano’s eastern flank, lending a depth to the image which is unusual in satellite views of Earth.</p>
<p>A dark, almost circular filament breaks away from the sun in a gauzy, feathery swirl and more from the week in space.</p><p></p><p></p><p></p>
As world leaders converge on Paris Monday to begin a much-anticipated round of climate change talks , it will be only the 21st session of the conference of the parties to the U.N.'s climate-change framework treaty. But the world has worried about climate change and its effects for far longer. The hole in the ozone layer brought the issue into focus for many non-experts in the 1980s, but scientists have been aware that the ...
The first widespread ice storm of the season will slowly diminish over parts of the southern and central Plains, but areas of slippery travel will continue.
When people think about health, they generally think about things individuals can do to ward off disease — seeing a doctor, taking medicine, or dieting. But increasingly, many health experts think this mindset needs to change. When we think about health, they say, we need to start thinking about how environmental factors can matter as much as — maybe even more than — any personal behaviors. And that includes big things like climate change: Lancet The direct and indirect effects of climate change on health and well-being. In a big report released this summer, The Lancet brought together the world’s leading experts on environmental health. They argue that "[t]he implications of climate change for a global population of 9 billion people threatens to undermine the last half century of gains in development and global health": The direct effects of climate change include increased heat stress, floods, drought, and increased frequency of intense storms, with the indirect threatening population health through adverse changes in air pollution, the spread of disease vectors, food insecurity and under-nutrition, displacement, and mental ill health. Over the next five years, the authors urge governments to pay more attention to the health implications of climate change. That includes steps like: Investing in climate change research and surveillance to better understand how the environment is affecting population health Phasing out coal as a source of energy in order to protect people's cardiovascular and respiratory health Redesigning cities to promote healthier lifestyles The authors argue that "tackling climate change could be the greatest global health opportunity of the 21st century." The health community has been reframing climate change as a health issue This report doesn't come in isolation. The health community is increasingly trying to reframe climate change and other environmental problems as health issues. The World Health Organization, in particular, has long been framing global warming as a health issue. "The evidence is overwhelming: Climate change endangers human health," said WHODirector General Margaret Chan. "Solutions exist, and we need to act decisively to change this trajectory." The WHO has been collaborating with the UN's development program on pilot studies to boost the capacity of countries' health systems so they can adapt to climate change. These pilots look at how countries can better deal with everything from extreme heat events and air pollution to changing patterns of infectious disease. Doctors are following suit. A recent study by the American Thoracic Society that focused on climate change found that seven in 10 doctors reported that climate change was contributing to more health problems among their patients. This included increases in allergic symptoms from plants or mold, severe weather injuries, and chronic disease severity caused by air pollution. It's not just climate change, either. Every year, more than 7 million deaths are caused by air pollution — making it the second leading cause of preventable death after tobacco. According to WHO Director of Public Health and the Environment Maria Neira, "If we can address all the environmental health risk factors, we could reduce the global burden of disease by 25 percent." The trouble is addressing the problem will require sectors other than health — such as transport, energy, agriculture — to wake up. They'll need to work with the health sector on actions that mitigate the health effects of climate change. And as long as climate change isn't seen as an urgent health issue, such action will be slow or nonexistent. Right now this isn't a widespread view: Research suggests few Americans think about climate change as a health issue.
Only a few months after Vanuatu was hit hard by tropical cyclone Pam parts of country are suffering from drought.
Meteorologist Ari Sarsalari looks at the most interesting aspects of the 2015 hurricane season.
The strongest El Niño in 50 years will unfold this winter and significantly alter the chances for a white Christmas across the country.
Weather conditions for one of the busiest travel days of the year eased Sunday after heavy rain in Texas and icy roads north of there claimed 14 lives during the holiday weekend.
<p>Periodic warming of the Pacific Ocean has occurred for thousands of years, but only recently have scientists come to appreciate its global reach, or even recognize its telltale signs.</p>
<p>During a drought, automated sprinklers can be a particularly egregious source of water waste. The ETwater smart sprinkler, however, aims to keep lawns green and healthy while using as little water as possible. </p>
The first thing you need to know is that Iceland is changing. Icelander Sveinbjörn Steinþôrsson, a muscular guy in his 40s, grew up hiking on glaciers here. And he says he’s actually seen the changes. "First trips to the glacier, I was,...
<p>We may soon have categorical evidence that living in San Francisco is a terrible idea. IBM announced on Nov. 20 that it had created an award-winning simulation of the Earth’s tectonic plates that could soon be used to make predictions about when the next great earthquakes and volcanic eruptions will occur. And its artificial intelligence system, Watson, may prove to be the computer brain that can tell us when it’s time to get out of the Bay Area.</p>
WSI has come out with their latest forecast for winter, and many areas of the country could see above average temperatures.
Even the best forecasting tools can't predict monster twisters quickly enough.
WEST GLACIER, Mont. — The river of ice that hugs Mount Grinnell’s high ridges is neither big nor particularly beautiful, but it may be the most accessible...
A collection of beautiful weather images from around the world in the month of November. 
<p>The World Meteorological Organization, a branch of the United Nations, has announced that 2015 is firmly on pace to be the hottest year on record, capping what would be the warmest five-year period (2011-2015) on record.</p>
As the weather turns chillier and some areas of the country experience the year's first freezing drizzle or dusting of snow, people's buying habits tend to change, sometimes without them even realizing it. In department stores,...
<p>Hurricane Sandra is still a powerful Category 3 storm in the eastern Pacific, but it is expected to weaken significantly before it reaches Mexico's mainland.</p>
Even just a thin coat of ice can have major impacts on a plane.
Even as Lamar Smith, chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, continues to investigate a high profile study from federal scientists...
Ninety percent of disasters in the last 20 years have been caused by floods, storms, heatwaves and other weather-related events — and these weather-spawned disasters are becoming more frequent, according to a report released Monday.
Watch these NASA satellite images of how plant life cycles on land and in the ocean change over 365 days. Meteorologist Danielle Banks has the details.
Climate change has long been a highly polarizing topic in the United States, with Americans lining up on opposite sides depending on their politics and...
<p>NASA recently released a study suggesting that the Antarctic Ice Sheet is gaining more ice than it is losing — a finding that, at first blush, seems to contradict the idea of global warming. So, how can Antarctica be gaining ice mass in a warming world where ice sheets are collapsing and the melting is predicted to increase sea levels across the globe?</p>
<p>1882 photo taken by G.D. Hazard; 2005 photo taken by Bruce F. Molnia. Courtesy of the Glacier Photograph Collection, National Snow and Ice Data Center/World Data Center for Glaciology. Almost all scientists now agree that global climate change...</p>
<p>Using these tips, you can stay warm no matter how frightful the weather outside gets.</p>
Snow covered Beijing's international airport and other parts of China's capital city on Sunday. The airport was closed to in-bound flights and the Beijing Municipal Committee deployed 66,000 people to shovel snow overnight.
Nov 23, 2015; 9:35 AM ET After the first significant snowstorm dumped inches of snow over the weekend in Madison, Wisconsin, polar bears at the Henry Vilas zoo took advantage of the white powder.
<p>With winter approaching, here are 14 survival tips if you find yourself stuck in the extreme cold.</p>
<p>Chances are you’ve never heard the phrase “danger day” when it comes to weather. That’s because they’re rare. You’ll want to get to know it, though, because climate change is about to make them a lot more common over the next 15 years.</p>
Over the past year, scientists have been keeping a close eye on an important swath of the Pacific Ocean, just along the equator.
Timelapse of snow covering Chicago O'Hara International Airport on Saturday.
Aviation enthusiast Jeremy recently captured this dramatic and bumpy landing at Birmingham Airport. The tumultuous approach, a result of extremely high-wind speeds, was filmed in Birmingham on November 18. According to a news report wind speeds of up to 70mph ravaged Birmingham and the Black Country. Credit: YouTube/flugsnug
Lately, it seems like wildfires are everywhere. This year, North America had a horrific fire season, and with record droughts persisting and temperatures increasing it's only going to get worse. Meteorologists are often on the front lines, predicting how and when a wildfire will move or grow, but they are stretched thin as more fires rage, and are entirely dependent on people to report a fire to the authorities. Now, NASA is introducing a tool that it hopes will make forecasting and fighting fires easier. Meet FireSat. Wildfires often get 'wild' when they begin in a rural area where fewer people are around to notice the growing flames. Now, NASA plans to detect fires from space, no people needed. FireSat will be a network of 200 satellites equipped with temperatures sensors encircling the entire globe. The sensors would be able to detect fires when they are 35-50 feet wide (so don't worry, no one will be taking pictures of your backyard barbecue) within 15 minutes of their start. NASA hopes to have the network, which can also be used to monitor explosions and oil spills, operational by June 2018. FireSat would also be able to send images of a fire to first responders once every minute, so that they can see how fire conditions are changing in something closer to real time. (Currently, satellite images capture a fire twice a day). So in 2018, NASA might be monitoring Burning Man from space.
The views from high up a New Hampshire mountain include UFO-shaped clouds and spiny rime ice.
What factor wil the El Nino have on winter weather across the country?
It’s looking to be an El Niño-dominated winter across much of the U.S., as the truly impressive event this year makes forecasters more confident that the climate phenomenon’s impacts will show up this coming season.
Warm, dry weather could spell the doom of this Yosemite landmark.
<p>This year's Leonid meteor shower was seen from Nov. 17 to 18. Here are other out-of-the-world meteor shower photos.</p>
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