Study looks at the combined effects of heat and humidity under projected climate change
By the year 2100, the Pacific Northwest could be 1 to 8 degrees Celsius (2–15 degrees Fahrenheit) warmer than recent decades.
As the fall rains return, let’s not forget that we just had one very hot summer. We give you the numbers in this Northwest Climate Currents.
Opinion piece examines how the U.S. West went from drought to deluge.
An analysis of the future climate of the Columbia River Basin helps create a better understanding of the differences between climate models.
A new study suggests that although heat waves will be more common as the planet warms, the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade mountains could play a buffering role here in the Northwest.