Our webinars are designed for broadcast meteorologists so they can keep up to date on the current state of climate science. They are free and count 0.25 points toward AMS/CBM recertification.
Apr 10, 2019
Planting zones are shifting north as the climate warms, affecting farmers and backyard gardeners alike.
Mar 27, 2019
Warming temperatures have lengthened U.S. growing seasons by weeks or even months in cities across the U.S., extending the allergy season.
Climate Matters in the Newsroom
Mar 27, 2019
Allergy season is starting up, and climate change means more time for plants to grow and send out pollen.
Mar 20, 2019
Happy World Water Day! We explore how the increased flooding, drought, and heat from climate change are impacting our water supply.
Mar 13, 2019
After the wettest winter on record, we show how extreme precipitation is contributing to an upward trend in the NOAA/NCEI Climate Extremes Index. Also, we look ahead to St. Patrick’s Day and how climate change affects beer.
Feb 20, 2019
Unchecked greenhouse gas emissions could hit some U.S. locations with up to three severe, nearly simultaneous climate hazards by 2050 — but moderate to deep emissions cuts could significantly reduce these dangers.
Mar 21, 2018
Cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C. are blooming earlier, on average, and may reach peak bloom a month earlier by the end of the century.
Aug 3, 2017
Increasing greenhouse gases will increase the number of hot days. Our new interactive shows how the number of days with extreme heat will rise in the second half of the century.
Jul 5, 2017
Find out how much summers in cities around the world could warm this century, and how those higher temperatures compare to other cities today.
Jun 28, 2017
Lyme disease is spreading in the Northeast, with more deer ticks there in a warming world.
Jun 14, 2017
Thanks for partnering with us on The Season of Extreme Heat, our special Climate Matters project raising awareness about the impacts of increasing extreme heat with climate change.
Apr 26, 2017
NOAA published a series of new sea level rise scenarios in January. We analyze and visualize the unlikely but increasingly plausible extreme scenario and share scenes from up and down the U.S. coastline.
Nov 22, 2016
Thanksgivings are projected to become warmer this century because of climate change, and throwing away the leftovers from Thanksgiving dinner can have an impact on the climate.
Nov 7, 2016
As the next United Nations gets underway in Morocco (known as COP22), we compare the current average annual range of high temperatures to their projections for 2100 using two different greenhouse gas emissions scenarios.
Oct 20, 2016
NOAA released its Winter Outlook for 2016-17.
Aug 24, 2016
Most parks have seen their average temperatures rise in their first century, and as greenhouse gas emissions continue to climb, more warming is expected during the next century.
Jul 13, 2016
Extreme heat is the clearest indicator of global warming.
May 4, 2016
Inland flooding, or flooding of rivers and streams, is related to water runoff and depends on many factors in addition to rainfall amounts.
Mar 2, 2016
Spring is arriving earlier in the U.S., and on the current greenhouse emissions path, it may start an average of three weeks earlier by 2100.
Oct 20, 2015
Average temperatures have been climbing over the last 30 years.
Jul 8, 2015
The number of extremely hot days continues to rise across the U.S.
Apr 8, 2015
Pollen counts have already doubled since 1900, and are projected to nearly double again by 2060.
Feb 4, 2015
Most cities could see at least a 25% reduction in the number of cold nights by mid-century, and at least a 50% reduction by the end of the century.
Jul 9, 2014
We've calculated your city's projected summer high temperature for the end of this century, then show you which city is experiencing those temperatures today.
Feb 5, 2014
If global warming continues unabated, only 6 of the 19 previous host cities could host the Winter Games again by the 2080s.