National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Forecasters say the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season, which officially ends Saturday, has delivered the fewest hurricanes since 1982.
A new state rule requires all Maryland high school graduates to be environmentally literate—but first, teachers have to get up to speed.
A storm that blew through earlier this month might have spurred a rare phenomenon for the East Coast: a tsunami.
Dead zones in the bay don’t usually bring good news. But they do when they’re smaller than normal.
Get ready for another busy hurricane season, maybe unusually wild, federal forecasters say.
The National Archives is partnering with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to recruit citizen scientists to help transcribe weather data from historic ship logs.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is set to open the new Center for Weather and Climate Prediction.
U.S. forecasters are raising their estimate of potential storms in the remainder of the Atlantic hurricane season, which enters its peak period this month.
A million dollars might just buy some answers in the Chesapeake.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say boaters should prepare now for stormy weather related to Hurricane Irene.
NOAA is working to determine which of the more than 30,000 coastal shipwrecks they’ve identified contain fuels that could cause ecological damage, if they spring a leak.
Forty stocks of fish populations are subject to overfishing in U.S. waters, but progress is being made to rebuild stocks and reduce overfishing, federal officials said Thursday.