If our body temperature is in the nineties why do similar air temperatures feel too hot instead of just right? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Although global warming has placed the blame on humans, natural warming and changing weather patterns have also played a part in the gradual warm up.
Landslide! Hundreds of tons of rock and soil are careening toward you at enormous speed. Little dainty flowers still standing, blades of grass unbent. How??
People have been predicting weather since long before we had Doppler radar, and many of these prediction strategies have survived as popular folk sayings.
When the sun first rises in the morning it doesn't get warmer right away, but actually feels colder. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
If you look at the sky on a cloudy day, you will find more clouds near the horizon than directly overhead. Why? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Open air car ports with cement floors covered by a roof but with walls on only two sides might sometimes be damp even if it hadn't rained for a long time.
How does such a tiny organism do so much to help reduce global warming?
Do ice and lightning mix? Find out how a lightning bolt forms and how ice plays a role.
According to a climate simulation by researchers at the University of Wisconsin, a snowless world would be both warmer and colder. Here's why.