Watch ten years' worth of global weather unfold in just three minutes

When NASA decommissioned the GOES-12 on August 16th, the weather satellite had been locked in geostationary orbit around Earth for a little over 12 years, snapping regular photos of the western hemisphere. Here now are a decade's worth of captured images, compressed into a three-minute stop motion masterpiece. » 9/04/13 7:30am 9/04/13 7:30am

What you need to know about the upcoming 'Frankenstorm'

Folks out on the East coast of the United States and Canada are bracing themselves for what could be a remarkably severe storm, one that has been dubbed 'Frankenstorm' on account of its tripartite composition. The mega-storm is expected to make landfall early next week just as three major weather systems collide —… » 10/26/12 6:20am 10/26/12 6:20am

Watch this incredible time-lapse video of Tropical Storm Sandy becoming…

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) was using its GOES-13 satellite to capture Hurricane Sandy as it went from being a fierce tropical storm, to a full-blown hurricane this morning when it made landfall on Jamaica. You can watch as the surging clouds slowly begin to cycle around each other,… » 10/24/12 1:15pm 10/24/12 1:15pm

Behold the sublime beauty of Hurricane Isaac, sweeping across the Gulf…

When this photograph was captured this morning at 1:57 a.m. local Louisiana time, Hurricane Isaac had already made landfall once. The powerful storm had met with Plaquemines Parish, LA at 6:45 the night before, just west of the mouth of the Mississippi River, before marching slowly west, making landfall a second time… » 8/29/12 4:30pm 8/29/12 4:30pm