Winter Weather Outlook
Without a strong influence from EL Niño or La Niña, the U.S. winter climate is less
predictable. Based on recent trends, however, drought is likely to develop in the Southwest and
Southeast over the 2013-14 winter.
NWS Director Louis Uccellini Addresses Super Typhoon Haiyan and Climate Change
In the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan, many have asked whether there’s a link between the
intensity of Haiyan and climate change. It’s a question that National Weather Service Director
Louis Uccellini responded to during a recent interview with CNN.
Remembering the November 1913 "White Hurricane"
Nicknamed the “White Hurricane,” this major winter storm stuck the Great Lakes on
November 7-10, 1913, resulting in a dozen major shipwrecks, with an estimated 250 lives lost. This
historic storm system brought blizzard conditions with hurricane force winds to the Great
Sandy — One Year Later
It’s been one year since Sandy struck the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast coasts with powerful
winds, rain, and storm surges that caused unprecedented damages in some of the nation’s most