Discover all our articles about weather, climate, atmospheric sciences, and the latest weather news in the world!
Flooding in Greece, torrential rain in Libya, heatwave in the UK, torrential rain in Hong Kong and bad weather in the Pyrénées-Orientales.
Franklin storm in the Dominican Republic, deadly rains in Niger, torrential rains in China, floods in Pakistan, fires in Greece, torrential rains in Tajikistan, typhoon Saola in the Philippines and China.
Everything you need to know about rainbows, from how they're formed to their different types and characteristics.
A monsoon refers to changes in the atmospheric patterns of an area — most notably changes in the wind and precipitation conditions of a region.
Dust storms have emerged as a pressing environmental issue affecting various regions worldwide, and the United States is no exception to this phenomenon.
While other weather phenomena often overshadow hail, it can be incredibly harmful — causing millions of dollars in damages to property, people, and landscape alike.
The weeks of July 16 and July 23 saw a worrying increase in the number of extreme weather events.
Droughts have emerged as one of the most pressing environmental challenges facing our planet. They are one of the costliest, longest-lasting, and farthest-reaching weather phenomena in the world today, making them a grave threat in many sectors.
Learn everything there is to know about polar vortexes, which occur when cold air from the Earth's poles enters an area where it's not supposed to.
Tornadoes can be some of the most destructive extreme weather events in the world. Though the majority are small and harmless, and span only a few minutes, stronger tornadoes pose grave threats to the areas they pass over, with their high wind speeds capable of leaving a wake of carnage behind them
Hurricanes are some of the most well known extreme weather phenomena, and for good reason, they can inflict widespread catastrophic destruction, often billions of dollars in damages, as well as claiming the lives of those who are hit the hardest.
Heatwave around the world, deadly rains in China, Poly storm in the Netherlands, torrential rains in Japan, flooding in New York and Zaragoza and cold front and snow in South Africa.
While Landslides may not first come to mind when thinking about meteorological phenomena, these events are deeply tied to weather. Wind, rain, snow, and heat all play a crucial role in creating the conditions under which a landslide may occur.
In recent years, the West Coast of the United States, and California in particular, has become a hot spot for forest fires. This has sparked debate about what causes these fires, how best to fight them and, most importantly, how climate change could make wildfires harder to fight.
HD Rain is introducing a new series surveying US weather phenomena.
Heatwave in India, tropical cyclone in Brazil, storms in the Atlantic Ocean, heatwave in Spain, flood in Chile and Mexico
Find out how heat domes are created by high-pressure systems, and how they prevent precipitation and air circulation, causing prolonged temperature peaks.
Floods in Haiti, Ecuador and Cuba. Record drought in Denmark and heatwave in Bangladesh, bad weather in Pakistan.
Deadly floods in Italy, torrential rains in Bosnia, floods in Afghanistan, fire in Spain, typhoon Mawar and flooding in Spain.
Learn all about the lake effect and understand how a difference in temperature between the water of a lake and the surrounding air can give rise to weather phenomena.
Floods in the Democratic Republic of Congo and New Zealand, fires in France and Canada, heat wave in Vietnam and cyclone Mocha in Burma.
Heat wave in Asia, floods in Ukraine, fire in France, heat wave and drought in Spain and flooding in Angola.
Weather forecasting relies on a variety of data sources, which must be accurate and reliable in order to provide relevant information on future weather conditions.
Everything about temperature, from its definition, the different types in meteorology, to how to measure it and make a forecast.
Storms in Calabria, Ice storm in Canada, Floods in Ethiopia, Forest fires in South Korea, Floods in Florida, Cyclone Isla in Australia.
The sophisticated tools used for weather forecasting are essential to provide accurate and reliable information about future weather conditions.
Weather forecasting has proven to be of critical importance to many aspects of our daily lives, economic activities and government policies.
Landslides in Brazil, IPCC report, ship overturned in Scotland due to high winds, sandstorm in northern China, devastating storm in Mississippi, temperature records in France.
Cyclones in Vanuatu, earthquakes in the Philippines, floods in Ghana, weather deterioration in France, return of cyclone Freddy in the Indian Ocean.
Deadly landslides in Brazil, exceptional low tide in Venice, drought record in France, cyclone Freddy in Madagascar, snowstorm in California.
Floods and heavy rains in Mozambique, landslides following heavy rains in Peru, avalanches in Austria, storm Gabrielle in New Zealand, floods in Australia and fires in Chile.
How data analytics can be used to help businesses better manage climate change risks by analyzing historical and current data, as well as proprietary datasets from companies, combined with climatic data projections on extreme weather events.
In order to stay profitable, insurance companies must understand and plan for the consequences of climate change. Artificial intelligence can assist in this effort by analyzing past events and climatic forecasts.
Storms in France, cold wave in Japan, floods in Malaysia, cyclonic storm in Madagascar & heat wave in South Africa.
One of the primary risks that insurers are facing is the risks associated with water resources.
To prepare for potentials risks, insurers are nowadays, looking to technology to help them better manage climate-related risks and reduce their exposure to potential losses.
Climate change has become a major issue in the world today, and the insurance sector is no exception. In the face of this global challenge, the reinsurance industry is developing new products and services to help mitigate the risk of climate change.
Climate change is a growing concern for the insurance industry, as extreme weather events are becoming more frequent and severe
Lack of snow in France, floods in California and Australia, global climate balance of the year 2022 and rain, storm, wind and flood alerts in France.
El Niño and La Niña are two weather phenomena that occur in the Pacific Ocean and affect weather systems in South America, Australia and Southeast Asia.
Insurance companies must assess the risks posed by extreme weather events and adapt their premiums accordingly, as these events can have a major impact on their profitability.
Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent and more intense, causing staggering economic losses and disruption to people, assets and economies.
In developed countries, insurance is often taken for granted. But in many parts of the world, access to insurance products can be limited.
Discover all the information about snow, its formation, its characteristics and the different types of snow.
In its latest forecast, the IEA forecasts a 2.400 GW growth of renewable energy capacity over 2022-2027. The energy mix is transforming, renewables reaching 38% by 2027.
It's a question we all ask every year: will it snow for Christmas? It is a special moment that many of us look forward to, so why does it only happen sometimes?
A cold blast, dubbed the Troll from Trondheim, is hitting the northern part of Europe this week, sending temperatures below 0°C and as a result putting a toll on the energy system.
Precipitation is not just rain! Discover the formation, the characteristics and the different types of precipitation.
By 2050, 7 out of 10 people will live in urban areas. As a result, infrastructures become more dense and complicated. Making cities smarter to mitigate the effects of climate change is crucial.
In this article, we explain how the wind is formed by giving you a simple definition and its characteristics.
In a changing climate characterized by extreme weather events, early warning is essential to protect people and assets as much as possible and to mitigate hazards.
Both agriculture and solar energy have in common the need for a large footprint and they sometimes compete on land use. Except when they don’t and manage to create synergies with a technology called agrivoltaism.
Climate change is already putting people and assets at risk. It is transforming the way we live, work and eat. Summer 2022 altered that. Discover Ruben Hallali's opinion editorial.
We give you all the information about the formation, the characteristics and the most unusual records of lightning.
The best wines are produced based on a delicate chemistry involving all aspects of soil, grape variety and weather.