4 hrs ago
QC874.3 .R68 2013 - Invisible in the storm : the role of...
Invisible in the Storm is the first book to recount the history, personalities, and ideas behind one of the greatest scientific successes of modern times-the use of mathematics in weather prediction.
8 hrs ago
Sofia News Agency
Early Heat Breaks 2 Temperature Records in Bulgaria
A new spell of hot spring weather has brought temperatures in the 30s in Bulgaria, breaking two temperature records Sunday.
11 hrs ago
HB145 .B83 2013 - Forecast : what physics, meteorology, and the...
Picture an early scene from The Wizard of Oz: Dorothy hurries home as a tornado gathers in what was once a clear Kansas sky.
17 hrs ago
Emirates News Agency
UAE not affected by southern Iran quake
WAM ABU DHABI: The UAE was not affected by the earthquake of 5.5 magnitude on the Richter scale, which hit southern Iran, 207 km northeast of Ras Al Khaimah, this afternoon, the National Centre of Meteorology and Seismology has reported.
Sat May 18, 2013
Tornado tossed mom, 2 sons from their Granbury home as it was destroyed
Bruises and cuts covered Christy Green's face, and a deep red gash stretched across her forehead.
Rain or shine in Normandy
FRIDAY, 1PM : There is a saying in France that in Normandy it rains three days in every two.
Warrnambool rainfall evaporates in 'official' records
IF you were in Warrnambool this week, you probably realised the long-awaited autumn break was a lot wetter than the Bureau of Meteorology reported.
Is Tornado Intensity Increasing?
With at least 10 tornadoes ripping through North Texas in one night this week - leveling neighborhoods, killing six and injuring dozens - it might be tempting to call the twisters yet another instance of climate-fueled weather.
Fri May 17, 2013
A reflection on autumn's glory
So far this month, Adelaide has recorded just over 42mm of rainfall, on track for the May average of 60mm.
WFLA-TV adds another meteorologist to Storm Team crew
Just four days after WFLA-TV announced the addition of meteorologist Bryan Bennett, the WFLA-TV Storm Team is expanding again.
Thu May 16, 2013
Oklahoma's Own Gary England To Be Inducted Into OK Hall Of Fame
Gary England has been protecting the people of Oklahoma since joining the News 9 team as Director of Meteorology in October 1972.
Everest Ice Shrinking Fast, Scientists and Climbers Say
Everest isn't the same mountain it was when Jim Whittaker became the first U.S. climber to summit the peak in 1963.
Asia News Network
YANGON: 'Red emergency' as Cyclone Mahasen to hit land afternoon
Cyclone Mahasen in Bay of Bengal has been given a 'red emergency' rating alert and is expected to hit Bangladesh and Northern Rakhine border areas this afternoon, according to Myanmar's Meteorology and Hydrology Department.
Wed May 15, 2013
Asia News Network
COLOMBO: Stormy weather kills 8, displaces over 11,800 in Sri Lanka
Eight fatalities have been reported so far due to the stormy weather which affected a number of areas in Sri Lanka during the last few days.
Back home Weather for May 15
Today: A few showers and thunderstorms will be possible as you can see on the latest radar image, the storms and showers are moving in this morning.
Chasing the storm
Ben McMillan and Zach Sharpe are members of the Iowa Storm Chasing Network. They are joined by KCCI weather technology coordinator and weathercaster Frank Scaglione at the Super Doppler radar tower located north of Ankeny.
Chill brings snowfall to Victoria
SNOW has begun to fall in parts of the state as Victorians shivered through one of the coldest days of the year yesterday.
KOCO-TV Oklahoma City
Will Oklahoma see tornadoes this weekend?
Spring time in Oklahoma. It seems like we should have had at least one tornado event in the state, but so far, the season has been fairly quiet.
The Miami Herald
Climate change melting Mount Everest glaciers, research finds
A warming climate is melting the glaciers of Mount Everest, shrinking the frozen cloak of Earth's highest peak by 13 percent in the last 50 years, researchers have found.
Tue May 14, 2013
Disappointed: rain after record seven-month dry spell not enough
Bureau of Meteorology figures show the wettest areas of the Wimmera have included Balmoral with 23 millimetres this week, Ararat with 21mm, Goroke with 18mm and Harrow with 17mm.