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Earth-directed coronal mass ejection from the sun
The sun erupted with an Earth-directed coronal mass ejection, a solar phenomenon that can send billions of tons of solar particles into space and can reach Earth one to three days later and affect electronic systems in satellites and on the ground. (2013-03-15)
Economic cost of weather may total $485 billion in US
Routine weather events such as rain and cooler-than-average days can add up to an annual economic impact of as much as 3.4 percent of the nation's GDP. (2011-06-22)
Holiday weather on Mars
ESA's Mars Express is due to arrive at Mars in December 2003, and its Beagle 2 lander will be making a touchdown in the middle of the Martian winter. (2003-08-13)
UMass climate researchers returning to Bolivian mountaintops
Three University of Massachusetts climatologists will return this month to satellite-linked weather stations in the Andes, atop two of Bolivia's highest mountains, Illimani and the extinct volcano Sajama. (1999-09-29)
Texas A&M study proves pollution from China And India affecting world's weather
Severe pollution from the Far East is almost certainly affecting the weather near you, says a Texas A&M University researcher who has studied the problem and has published a landmark paper on the topic in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (2007-03-05)
European winter weather harder to forecast in certain years
Weather forecasters have a tougher job predicting winter conditions over Europe in some years over others, concludes a new study carried out by the National Oceanography Centre. (2013-05-15)
UCAR Foundation to launch Technology Transfer Company
A new company to guide atmospheric research from the laboratory to the commercial market will open for business in August. (2003-07-24)
Rescue assisted by Antarctic forecasting system
A weather prediction system tailored to the challenges of forecasting in the Antarctic is aiding the final rescue of scientists and crew from the Magdalena Oldendorff, trapped in ice near Antarctica since mid-June. (2002-07-05)
UI researchers evaluate best weather forecasting models
Two University of Iowa researchers recently tested the ability of the world's most advanced weather forecasting models to predict the Sept. (2014-02-06)
The storm that never was: Why the weatherman is often wrong
Have you ever woken up to a sunny forecast only to get soaked on your way to the office? (2013-01-24)
Why the Republican Party may have an advantage when it rains: Voters change their minds
Bad weather affects US voter turnout and election outcomes with past research demonstrating that the Republican Party has the advantage. (2018-01-11)
Spring fling: Sun emits a mid-level flare
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this image of an M6.5 class flare at 3:16 EDT on April 11, 2013. (2013-04-11)
The Sunspots Are Coming
Atmospheric scientists participating in a workshop funded in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF) will debate the effects of so-called (1997-10-15)
Summer no sweat for Aussies but winter freeze fatal
Australians are more likely to die during unseasonably cold winters than hotter than average summers, QUT research has found. (2015-01-11)
X-raying the Earth with waves from stormy weather 'bombs'
Using a detection network based in Japan, scientists have uncovered a rare type of deep-earth tremor that they attribute to a distant North Atlantic storm called a 'weather bomb.' The discovery marks the first time scientists have observed this particular tremor, known as an S wave microseism. (2016-08-25)
Sun erupts with significant flare
The sun emitted a significant, X8.2-class solar flare, peaking at 12:06 p.m. (2017-09-11)
Global warming: a formidable challenge to health
Global warming is a real concern to health experts, according to a senior scientist in this week's BMJ. (2004-05-27)
Harsh space weather may doom potential life on red-dwarf planets
Life in the universe might be even rarer than we thought. (2014-06-02)
National Science Foundation awards grant to build 'CubeSats'
A new series of CubeSats, small satellites in the shapes of cubes, will soon take to the skies. (2008-10-02)
Extreme space weather: Protecting our critical infrastructure
Extreme space weather has a global footprint and the potential to damage critical infrastructure on the ground and in space. (2017-03-24)
Better products and services for winter maintenance and traffic safety
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. has participated as a research partner in a project in which Finnish companies have developed increasingly better road weather and winter maintenance services, and combined them into product and service packages. (2015-03-18)
NASA research helps highlight lightning safety awareness week
NASA will mark National Lightning Safety Awareness Week, June 20-26, through unique contributions its lightning research makes to climate studies, and severe storm detection and prediction. (2004-06-21)
Regional weather extremes linked to atmospheric variations
Variations in high-altitude wind patterns expose particular parts of Europe, Asia and the US to different extreme weather conditions, a new study has shown. (2014-06-22)
Early flash flood warning system may save lives, property
Weather forecasters may soon be able to predict deadly flash floods several days in advance using a new technique developed by Penn State researchers and the National Weather Service. (2003-03-28)
Death rates will rise because of global warming
Global warming will cause more deaths in summer because of higher temperatures but these will not be offset by fewer deaths in milder winters finds an analysis published online ahead of print in Occupational and Environment Medicine. (2007-07-02)
New data reveals weather can trigger a migraine
Headache, a peer-reviewed journal published on behalf of the American Headache Society, features the most carefully done study on the influence of weather patterns on headache. (2004-07-15)
Kids' web site wins award, opens forecast contest
Middle schoolers in Boulder and beyond will go head to head with Denver TV meteorologist Mike Nelson in an on-line forecasting contest February 8-11. (2000-02-01)
New satellite movie shows massive Eastern US cool down
Three days of satellite imagery from NOAA's GOES-East satellite were compiled into an animation that showed the progression of the storm system that drastically changed temperatures in the Mid-Atlantic and northeastern US from spring-like warmth to the bitter cold of winter. (2014-03-13)
Population shifts, not storms, have caused rise in property losses
Don't blame staggering property losses of the 1990s solely on changing weather or global warming. (1999-08-02)
Freezing in record lows? You may doubt global warming says USU scientist
Researchers from Utah State University, Boston University, The George Washington University and the University of Oxford report findings from analysis of experiential basis for skepticism about climate change in the United States. (2016-12-19)
'Midwest Wild Weather' Goes On The Road
The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced this week a three-year, $1.6-million grant to the Science & Technology Interactive Center (SciTech) in Aurora, Illinois (1999-04-16)
Former Hurricane Oho's remnants affecting western Canada, Washington state
NASA's Aqua satellite and NOAA's GOES-West satellite saw the remnants of former Hurricane Oho moving toward British Columbia, Canada and western Washington State. (2015-10-09)
Unusual weather events identified during the Black Saturday bushfires
Research has revealed that the extremely hot, dry and windy conditions on Black Saturday combined with structures in the atmosphere called 'horizontal convective rolls' -similar to streamers of wind flowing through the air - which likely affected fire behavior. (2012-08-08)
Preparing for climate change-induced weather disasters
The news sounds grim: Mounting scientific evidence indicates climate change will lead to more frequent and intense extreme weather that affects larger areas and lasts longer. (2013-02-16)
Study reveals ways to improve systems using new weather technology
Human factors/ergonomics researchers are working to ensure that improved weather radar data gathered through the Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere project will help emergency managers make faster, more accurate and more confident decisions about approaching severe weather. (2006-10-16)
New instrumentation helps scientists better predict space weather
New instrumentation and observing techniques, being developed by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, are helping scientists better understand and predict space weather. (2006-12-11)
Satellite witnesses developing US nor'easter
National Weather Service forecasters have been tracking a low pressure area that moved from the Midwest into the Atlantic Ocean today, and is expected to become a strong nor'easter that will bring blizzard conditions to the northeastern US The path of the system was captured in a NASA movie of NOAA's GOES-East satellite imagery. (2015-01-26)
OU student use nation's weather radar network to track bird migration at night
Using the nation's weather radar network, two University of Oklahoma doctoral students have developed a technique for forecasting something other than the weather: the orientation behavior of birds as they migrate through the atmosphere at night. (2015-06-29)
Study indicates space weather may be to blame for some satellite failures
MIT study finds that high-energy electrons in space may be to blame for some satellite failures. (2013-09-16)
Sun unleashes another X-class flare
The sun emitted its sixth significant flare since Oct. 23, 2013, peaking at 11:26 p.m. (2013-11-08)
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