I’ve been talking with MPR Climate Cast contributor University of St. Thomas Professor John Abraham this week about what it will take for 2014 to “officially” be declared the warmest year on record globally. John is at the American Geophysical Union conference in San Francisco this week. John and I traded data including the National Oceanic and Read more →
Winters are warming faster in Minnesota than any other region of the country, according to a recent study. Read more →
NOAA data released Thursday confirms October 2014 was the warmest on record globally, and 2014 is well on the way to being the warmest year on record globally. Read more →
Lake-effect snowfall in the Great Lakes is increasing, even as non lake-effect snowfall is steady to falling in a warming climate. Read more →
Northwest flow from the Canadian Arctic keeps Minnesota in the deep freeze all week long. Read more →
NOAA data for September 2014 shows it was the warmest September on record globally, and that 2014 is the warmest year on record so far. Read more →
Planet Earth is running a high grade fever in 2014.
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Temperatures trend upward into next week. Dry skies rule, except for late Sunday into Monday when the next low zips by with shower chances.
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We may not know completely how much climate change is fueling extreme weather events until the effects of these events become much more damaging and disruptive to our societies. Read more →
The MPR Weather Lab just returned from four days in Washington, D.C. where I was invited to talk about climate change communication at a workshop at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The workshop was sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Environmental Law Institute, and focused on how we communicate uncertainty in science. Of Read more →