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It was the second warmest year for the planet on record.
What does that mean for now & later?
Earth experienced volcanic eruptions, tropical cyclones and melting glaciers. From space, NASA saw a surge in Amazon rainforest wildfires as well as a total solar eclipse in the South Pacific.
There have only been a few on the Cape since 1950.
Yesterday's tornadoes (and straight line winds) left a mess in Harwich and Yarmouth.
Crops and livelihoods are in trouble in Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin
Enter your zip code to see of how much around you would be burn with the same fire size in northern California in August.
1) It's at the very least possible, and we have to deal with it in some unappetizing ways.
2) Scientists Spend a Year Trapped in Sea Ice to Study It & What It Means for Our Planet
This is one reason why we need people to deliver forecasts. It's all about communication.
I had no idea. I guess those folks really do think of just about everything.
1) The GFS gets a makeover
2) Increased GRAF resolution
The Honor Guard, who guard the Tomb of the Unknowns, are ever undeterred by weather.
The satellite photos you see come from NOAA/NESDIS, the men and women there work very hard to bring them to you.
Girls are just as good as boys. Keep on that math and science.
From the WSJ (may need a subscription)
"We're one of the most dangerous small mountains in the world." -Tom Padham, Mount Washington weather observer
The Falls don't actually totally freeze over, but some cool stuff here to see just the same.
This town in northern Alaska doesn't see the sun for 2 months a year.
It snows 270 days a year.
Average annual temperature: 14°.
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