3D animation of temperature anomalies

Record Global Temperatures for November 2020

by Dr. Mathew Barlow, UML Professor of Climate Science Globally, November 2020 was the warmest November on record: https://climate.copernicus.eu/surface-air-temperature-november-2020 The reds indicate temperatures warmer than the 1981-2010 average and the blues indicate temperatures colder than the 1981-2010 average. (The 1981-2010 period is the current international reference period.) You’ll notice a lot of red. While temperatures […]

Record November Warmth, a precursor to a warm winter?

By: David Coe Ph.D Student Record high temps in the mid to upper 70s have been seen across the region this weekend with multiple stations setting new daily records Friday and Saturday! Yet, just last week we were looking a bit more wintry: We saw our first significant snowfall of the season the end of […]

New Research From NASA Identifies causes of sea-level rise since 1900

Sea-level rise is a major issue stemming from the bigger picture of Climate Change, and one that will have great impacts at the local and regional levels. Globally, it is estimated that 634 million people are at immediate risk due to sea-level rise, with the United States alone seeing around 40% of the population living in coastal areas.

Free Resources in Meteorology / Atmospheric Science / Climate Science

There are a lot of excellent free resources now available, so I thought I’d start putting together a list. Hopefully, I will update these with more entries and commentary. Add what I forgot in the comments. Books: “Practical Meteorology: An Algebra-based Survey of Atmospheric Science,” 2018, by Roland Stull. https://www.eoas.ubc.ca/books/Practical_Meteorology/ “Demystifying Climate Models, A Users […]