Australians will be cranking up the pedestal fans, as extreme heatwave conditions sear across most of the country.
Temperatures have soared above average across much of the continent, peaking at 49.1°C (120.38°F) in the town of Marble Bar in
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A NASA satellite passed over Guatemala's Volcán de Fuego on June 24, and it found something intriguing.
According to data collected by the satellite — named Landsat 8 — temperatures in the chaotic avalanches the volcano blasted
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced today that the lower 48 U.S. states recently experienced their warmest May on record.
Records have now been kept for 124 years.
"Last month, the U.S. sizzled with record
Law enforcement agencies — despite protests from privacy advocates — have long lobbied to get access to your smartphone.
Now a mysterious U.S. startup called Grayshift — which reportedly has an ex-Apple security engineer on staff
Arctic scientists are poring over data coming in from the vast, normally frozen region, after the North Pole's version of a heat wave swept across the area for the past week. Not only was the region near the North Pole the warmest it has been during
The temperature at a weather station at the very top of Greenland, at one of the closest points of any land mass to the North Pole, has risen above the freezing mark of 32 degrees Fahrenheit, or 0 degrees Celsius, during the past two days.
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On weather maps, the high pressure area looks like a pockmark in the Arctic. The reddish, almost pink blotch goes from far eastern Russia across the Bering Sea and up into the Chukchi Sea, extending well north, into the Arctic.
The unusually strong
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