NOAA: $9M For Projects To Mitigate Climate Change ThreatsThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is offering $9 million in grants to help coastal communities deal with extreme weather, changing ocean conditions and climate hazards.
Rubio's Climate Change Views Could Hurt 2016 Presidential BidThe presidential hopeful has acknowledged that the climate is changing, but has expressed skepticism that it is being caused solely by humans.
Study: Parts Of Md. Could Flood At Least 30 Times A YearA new study adds to the growing number of warnings about flooding in Maryland.
Forecasters Expect Slower Atlantic Storm SeasonThe Atlantic hurricane season will continue to be even quieter than predicted, thanks to atmospheric and oceanic conditions suppressing storm formation, federal forecasters said Thursday.
Annapolis, Baltimore Have Most Nuisance Flooding In The NationIf it seems like there's more street flooding in Annapolis and Baltimore, it's because there is.
Maine, Maryland, Delaware Rivers Get Federal FocusThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says it will focus conservation efforts on the Penobscot River watershed area in Maine and the Choptank River complex in Maryland and Delaware.
NOAA: Hurricane Season On Track To Be Above-NormalThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released an updated report on the Atlantic hurricane season.
Teachers Go Back To School On The BayA new state rule requires all Maryland high school graduates to be environmentally literate---but first, teachers have to get up to speed.
Scientists: Tsunami Hit East Coast Earlier In JuneA storm that blew through earlier this month might have spurred a rare phenomenon for the East Coast: a tsunami.
Drier Weather Will Make For Smaller Dead Zone In The Bay This SummerDead zones in the bay don't usually bring good news. But they do when they're smaller than normal.
Hurricane Forecast: Another Busy Atlantic SeasonGet ready for another busy hurricane season, maybe unusually wild, federal forecasters say.
Weather Satellites Need Replacing, But New Ones May Take YearsThe high-tech system that gives us early storm warnings is in jeopardy. It's a scramble against time to replace the weather satellites that predicted Superstorm Sandy and "Snowmageddon."