“So there is a desire to advance this climate change agenda, and hurricanes are one of the fastest and best ways to do it. You can accomplish a lot just by creating fear and panic, you don’t need a hurricane to hit anywhere.” —Rush Limbaugh, 7 September, 2017, a day before he evacuated from Read More
The warmer conditions endure two months longer than in the early 1980s, posing threats to the food chain and raising risks from more powerful hurricanes. by Colin Woodard, Staff Writer Portland Press Herald news story New scientific research has revealed that summer temperatures in the Gulf of Maine, the second fastest warming part of the Read More
I awoke to rain again, this time pattering against the rain fly of the tent. I knew instantly we had made a mistake the night before, and I snuggled down into my sleeping bag and put the pillow over my head, willing it away for a few minutes. While we had the foresight to put Read More
WMTW news story Watch full news video. WMTW News 8 meteorologist Mallory Brooke examines the facts and fallacies about climate change.
Greg Kwasnik, Staff Writer Sun Journal news story RUMFORD â After a topsy-turvy spring that scorched, froze and deluged the Maine landscape, local farmers are doing their best to salvage the rest of the growing season. On Friday, farmers from across the River Valley set up shop at the Rumford Farmer’s Market to sell strawberries, Read More
Global Warming Brings More Oddball Winter Weather to Maine Today spokespeople met at the State House to share public safety, business, municipal, forestry, wildlife and conservation perspectives on “Odd-ball Winter Weather: Global Warming’s Wake-Up Call for the Northern United States.” The Northeast and Maine will experience more thin ice and shorter ski seasons in the Read More