It's 32 degrees in West Van Lear today. Here's the news—
Reuters, New York Times (Tweet)
In 2020, destruction of the world’s largest rainforest rose 9.5 percent from a year earlier to about 4,280 square miles. That’s a little smaller than Connecticut.
Greg Allen, NPR (Tweet)
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season ends Monday. And it couldn't come soon enough. The season set plenty of records, including the most named storms, the latest a category 5 formed and many others.
Rebecca Jennings, Vox (Tweet)
How to dress for cold weather or a polar vortex
Lauren Frayer, NPR (Tweet)
How tall is Mount Everest? It varies with seismic activity and climate change. China and Nepal remeasured it after an earthquake, and will announce their findings.
Ezra Klein, Vox (Tweet)
How climate change will force humanity to rethink capitalism, borders, terrorism, and currency.
Ian Livingston, The Washington Post (Tweet)
Monday's rainstorm dropped at least two inches for a record 7th time in a calendar year.
Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post (Tweet)
Sydney saw its hottest November night ever observed, among many other heat records set in Australia over the weekend.
Lyndsey Layton, The Washington Post (Tweet)