It's 57 degrees in Colp today. Here's the news—
Andrew Freedman, Axios
Reproduced from the U.S. Drought Monitor; Chart: Sara WiseIt's only early April, but parts of the West are already at mid-July levels of dryness — and scientists are warning that the upcoming fire season could be destructive.
Jennifer Ludden, NPR
In May, NOAA will release its once-a-decade update for the 30-year weather averages that local meteorologists use. In many places, it will mean far fewer days that are 'above normal.'
Jariel Arvin, Vox
How Black advocates are taking the climate movement into their own hands.