The Heat Is Online

Extreme Weather Profiles -- 1995 to 2009


Long before we experience protracted, detectable heat waves from global warming, we will experience the effects of a more unstable climate in the form of more violent weather -- altered drought and rainfall patterns, more intense storms, more temperature extremes, unseasonal weather events and more intense and severe downpours. These changes are documented in the peer-reviewed literature: "Climate change leads to more severe weather," (Science, Sept. 2000), "Trends in U.S. Climate during the Twentieth Century," (Consequences, Spring, 1995, and "The Coming Climate," (Scientific American, May, 1997, as well as in a report by the World Water Council (2003) among many others.


Extreme weather Profile: Jan. -- June, 2009

Extreme Weather Profile: July -- Dec.  2008

 

Extreme weather Profile: Jan. -- June, 2008

 

Extreme weather Profile: July -- December, 2007 

 

Extreme Weather Profile: January -- June, 2007 

 

Extreme Weather Profile: July - December, 2006

 

Extreme Weather Profile: January - June, 2006

 

WMO: 2005 Saw New Level of Weather Extremes (Dec. 2005)

(Special package of material about Hurricanes Katrina and Rita)

 

Extreme Weather Profile: July - December, 2005 

 

Extreme Weather Profile: January - June, 2005

 

Extreme Weather Profile: July - December, 2004

 

Extreme Weather Profile: January - June, 2004

 

Extreme Weather Profile: July - December, 2003  

 

Extreme Weather Profile: January - June, 2003

 

Extreme Weather Profile : July -- December, 2002

 

Extreme Weather Profile: January - June, 2002

 

Extreme Weather Profile: July -- December, 2001

 

Extreme Weather Profile: January -- July, 2001

 

Extreme Weather Profile: July - December, 2000

 

Extreme Weather Profile: January -- June, 2000

 

Extreme Weather Profile: July -- December, 1999

 

Extreme Weather Profile: January -- June, 1999

 

Extreme Weather Events: 1995 -- 1999