Tagged With NOAA

This summer may be hotter than you expect. Here's how hot it will get in every state.


Earth's north magnetic pole has moved — here's what that means for our navigation systems


The US government shutdown is preventing scientists from improving forecasts for severe weather and navigational models



A woman spotted her relatives' call for 'HELP' in photos NOAA took of Hurricane Michael's aftermath, and the program could revolutionise the way people are rescued after disasters


A Florida woman sent rescuers to save her family when she saw the word 'HELP' written on the lawn in aerial images after Hurricane Michael


Scientists discovered 137 kilometres of deep-sea coral reef hidden off the US East Coast — here's what it looks like



Astronauts in space just photographed 3 threatening hurricanes lurking in the Atlantic Ocean


Researchers just found a WWII shipwreck that was lost for over 75 years off the coast of an Alaskan island


Employees at a US weather office were startled when a random message suddenly blared over the intercom in Chinese


How likely it is to rain on the 4th of July in every US city


'Someone in East Asia' has been blasting CFCs at the Earth's ozone layer again


Scientists found this stunning 'secret garden' of corals thousands of feet below the sea



Scientists spent three weeks exploring the Gulf of Mexico's uncharted ocean habitats — and the images they captured are fascinating


Two octopuses were caught battling thousands of feet under the Gulf of Mexico -- and it looks like something out of a sci-fi movie


2017 was the second warmest year ever recorded -- behind only 2016


The US spent more money on weather disasters in 2017 than any year on record -- here's the final total



Much of the US could see a warmer-than-average winter season -- here's the forecast for your region


Scientists predict an unusually warm winter this year in most of the US -- here's why


The 2018 hurricane season begins in less than a week, and early forecasts predict more storms than average -- again


The planes the US government is using to monitor Hurricane Irma are at opposite ends of the tech spectrum