Brian K. Sullivan
New York Should Get Ready for Another Scorcher of a Summer
New York, Boston Face Coastal Flooding Without a Storm in Sight
Get Ready, Commodities Traders: El Nino May Be Back by Winter
Trump’s Pick to Lead Weather Agency Spent 30 Years Fighting It
300 million-year-old rocks under Interstate-95 could blackout Washington to Boston the next time the sun erupts.
Hurricane Bud Prompts Storm Watches on Mexico's Pacific Shore
New York, Boston Set Coastal Flood Records as Storms Fuel Tides
Subtropical Storm Alberto lost strength as it came ashore near Laguna Beach in Florida.
Subtropical Storm Alberto won’t get much stronger before it comes ashore on Florida’s Panhandle.
Alberto Becomes First Named Storm, on Path to Drench U.S. South
Atlantic May Produce 5 to 9 Hurricanes in 2018 Storm Season
Skies Above Hawaii Still Safe for Planes After Volcano Spews Ash
April Was 400th Consecutive Month World Warmer Than 20th Century
Tsunamis, Tornadoes Raged in New York, New Jersey From Storm
May Temperatures Are Soaring in U.S. And Gas Bulls Are Cheering
Weather-Roiling La Nina Is Dead, But Watch Out for El Nino
Giant wind turbines’ makers are hoping that artificial intelligence can bring back some of the industry’s mojo.
It May Not Be Hurricane Season Yet, But Florida to Get a Teaser
New York Ties Record High Temperature; Now Be Ready for a Repeat
Spring Scorcher Has U.S. Northeast Burning Most Gas in 4 Years
Restaurant Chains Still Feeling Chilly as Wintry Weather Fades