On the launch pad at last, NASA’s Webb telescope will probe first stars and weather on alien worlds | Science

A variation of this story appeared in Science, Vol 374, Issue 6569. The telescope Galileo Galilei first pointed at the paradises in 1609 had a lens no larger than... Read more »

Landmark study casts doubt on controversial theory linking melting Arctic to severe winter weather | Science

A weaker, wavier jet stream enables Arctic air to spill south to midlatitudes. NASA/GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION STUDIO Every time severe winter weather strikes the United States... Read more »

Weather Monitoring from the Ground up

ClimaCell’s weather modeling system updates itself every minute to include the most current info into its forecasts. Image thanks to the scientists Lots of start-ups customize their very first... Read more »

The 2018 hurricane season was full of extremes. Here’s what we expect in 2019.

Hurricane season is over at long last– a prolonged one for both the Atlantic and Pacific areas. The Atlantic saw 2 historical cyclones make landfall in the United States,... Read more »

There are still undiscovered species of clouds—and you can find them yourself

C louds form in a plethora of various sizes and shapes, their boundless mixes and position throughout the sky providing a visual drama in action to the light conditions.... Read more »

The best weather for hitting a home run, according to scientists

Baseball season begins this month, which will ideally accompany less soul-crushing blizzards and more warm, bright days to invest in your arena of option. Absolutely nothing compliments a hot... Read more »