Researchers identify a mechanism by which small particles in the atmosphere can generate more frequent thunderstorms.
New study suggests waters will become more turbulent as Arctic loses summertime ice.
Recent virtual lecture explores how paleoclimatology provides important context for examining the activities of past human societies.
On the ground, windy conditions strengthen these electrical flashes, but new experiments tell a different story for flying objects.
Professor of atmospheric science honored for his work on atmospheric physics and dynamics of tropical weather patterns.
Automated tools can help emergency managers make decisions, plan routes, and quantify road damage at city scales.
Real-time visibility estimates are a critical need in remote areas where visual flight is common and automated weather stations are scarce.
A theoretical meteorology pioneer, Phillips showed that numerical models could predict weather and developed the first general circulation model of Earth’s climate.
Economic benefits of mitigation arrive much sooner than previously thought.
Professor of biology Ernest Fraenkel and visiting scientist Judah Cohen win the Sub-Seasonal Climate Forecast Rodeo competition.
Study finds rising temperatures feed more energy to thunderstorms, less to general circulation.
Machine learning could help improve the accuracy of long-term forecasts, MIT climatologist argues.