Doyle Rice, Caller.com

Doyle Rice

Caller.com

McLean, VA, United States

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Past:
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  • Ventura County Star
  • The Courier-Journal
  • The Des Moines Register
  • Detroit Free Press
  • ABC10
  • Knoxville News Sentinel
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Recent articles by Doyle:

Tropical Storm Harvey forms, heads for Caribbean and possibly Central America

Tropical storm warnings have been posted for several Caribbean islands. → Read More

Not a record, not a tie: July ranks as second warmest month on record

Earth's land areas in July were the hottest ever recorded, federal scientists announced Thursday. → Read More

Not a record, not a tie: July ranks as second warmest month on record

Earth's land areas in July were the hottest ever recorded, federal scientists announced Thursday. → Read More

From Bonnie Tyler to 'Connecticut Yankee': How eclipses worked their way into pop culture

Bonnie Tyler will reprise her musical ode 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' on Monday but references go all the way back to Homer's 'The Odyssey.' → Read More

How can you safely view the eclipse? And 38 other questions, answered

Here's everything you need to know about the spectacular event. → Read More

Three tornadoes in three states, but no warnings. What happened?

Three recent tornadoes hit three different states — New York, Oklahoma, and Maryland — yet no tornado warnings were issued. → Read More

Solar eclipse weather forecast: Where will clouds ruin your view?

Meteorologists can now make general predictions about where clouds and/or showers could ruin your view of the sky spectacle. → Read More

Don't Blind Yourself. Why You Need REAL (Not Fake) Eclipse Glasses on Aug. 21

Think you can get by without those funny looking eclipse glasses? Nope. You literally could go blind — for real, for life. No one wants that, so here's what you gotta do. → Read More

Don't blind yourself. Why you need real (not fake) eclipse glasses on Aug. 21

How to spot the fakes and save your eyeballs during the solar eclipse on Aug. 21. → Read More

2016 was hottest year on record for the planet, NOAA confirms

The amount of carbon dioxide, one of the main greenhouse gases, in the atmosphere climbed to its highest level in 800,000 years, the report found. → Read More

NOAA confirms 2016 as hottest year on record for the planet

Last year's all-time record heat resulted from the combined influence of long-term global warming and a strong El Niño early in the year. → Read More

Solar eclipse by zip code: Find out if you live in the path

Find out if you'll be able to see a full or partial eclipse on August 21. → Read More

NOAA confirms 2016 as hottest year on record for the planet

Last year's all-time record heat resulted from the combined influence of long-term global warming and a strong El Niño early in the year. → Read More

Eclipses throughout history: Bad omens, hungry dragons, stopped wars

Imagine how freaked out you'd be if you didn't know the eclipse was coming. → Read More

Franklin is first hurricane of 2017 season, will hit Mexico tonight

As much as 15 inches of rain is possible in portions of eastern Mexico, which could cause "life-threatening flash floods and mudslides," the National Hurricane Center said. A 4- to 6-foot storm surge is also forecast. → Read More

'Extremely active' hurricane season now likely, federal forecasters say

Forecasters say this could be the most active hurricane season since 2010. → Read More

Franklin is first hurricane of 2017 season, will hit Mexico tonight

As much as 15 inches of rain is possible in portions of eastern Mexico, which could cause "life-threatening flash floods and mudslides." → Read More

'Extremely active' Hurricane Season Now Likely, Federal Forecasters Say

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season should be "extremely active, and could be the most active since 2010," federal forecasters from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Wednesday. → Read More

'Extremely active' hurricane season now likely, federal forecasters say

Forecasters say this could be the most active hurricane season since 2010. → Read More

Monsoon season is happening right now in the Southwest and its a double-edged sword

The annual monsoon in the Southwest brings both much-needed rain to the parched region but sometimes also dangerous flash flooding. → Read More