A La Nina event, which affects rainfall and temperatures in the tropics, may develop in the third quarter of the year but it is likely to be weak and far less intense that El Nino that ended in May
Southern African countries have launched an emergency appeal for $2.8bn (£2.1bn) to help feed nearly 40 million people hit by one of the worst regional droughts in 35 years.
Below-normal temperatures are expected in Britain and parts of Norway, France and Germany from August to October, with higher than average temperatures across the rest of Europe, The Weather Compan
DEAD SEA, ISRAEL - JULY 16: (ISRAEL OUT) Visiting tourists covered with rejuvenating mineral mud relax during a hot summer's day July 16, 2007 at the Dead Sea in southern Israel.
Japan will see mostly warmer weather from August to October, the official forecaster said on Monday.
Monsoon in India is active and the country, which was reeling under drought recently, is now placed comfortably, even though many states are reeling under floods, while cities are getting water-log
Officials from nearly 200 countries are gathered here to chalk out details of an agreement to cut the use of HFCs
Diplomats meeting in Vienna this week hope to take a major step toward a deal under the Montreal Protocol to decrease the use of a potent greenhouse gas, in what could be the most significant measu
The El Nino weather pattern is likely to dissipate by early August, giving way to La Nina, two top officials of the Indian weather office said on Tuesday, swelling already bountiful monsoon rains t
London: Britain has sweltered through the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures soaring to 35 degrees in parts of the country.
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