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McLean, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Doyle:

More rain, snow expected in storm-battered California, following days of mudslides and floods

Californians were in clean-up mode Friday as the state slowly recovers from an onslaught of rain, wind and snow, which brought widespread flooding and mudslides. → Read More

What is an El Niño, and what effects will this climate pattern have on spring weather?

El Niño, the infamous climate pattern, has reappeared. How will it impact our weather this spring? What is La Nina? Oh, and what about global warming? → Read More

Supermoon? Snow Moon? Full moon? Whatever you call it, a lunar spectacle is coming soon

Whether you call it full, snow or super, the biggest, brightest moon of the year is coming to a sky near you Tuesday. → Read More

Just in time for Valentine's Day: Newly discovered dinosaur had heart-shaped tail

The dinosaur that wears its "heart" on its tail provides new clues to how ecosystems evolved in Africa, a new study suggests. → Read More

Wreck of long-lost WWII aircraft carrier USS Hornet found after 76 years, nearly 17,500 feet under water

For 76 years, she lay on the ocean floor, a quiet tomb for 140 sailors who died the day she sank. Now, for the first time since then, humans have laid eyes on the Hornet. → Read More

By 2080, global warming will make New York City feel like Arkansas

Because of global warming, hundreds of millions of Americans will have to adapt to dramatically new climates by 2080, a study suggests. → Read More

Stonehenge mystery solved? Prehistoric French may have inspired it and other European megaliths

A new study suggests that an ancient culture in what's now the Brittany region of northwest France may have begun building the megaliths some 7,000 years ago. → Read More

Dozens of polar bears invade remote Russian town, create 'emergency situation'

A mass invasion of polar bears has caused an "emergency situation" in the small Russian settlement of Belushya Guba. → Read More

Potent storm slams Hawaii with 191-mph winds, 60-foot waves and rare snow on Maui

A powerful storm hit Hawaii over the weekend, bringing dangerous surf conditions, several inches of snow, and a 191-mph wind gust. → Read More

Huge storms spotted on Uranus and Neptune

Yes, other planets have weather and seasons, but they're nothing like what we have here on Earth. → Read More

Record-shattering, 'unprecedented' heat scorches Australia, Chile and Argentina

While we've been shivering up here, folks in the Southern Hemisphere have been baking in all-time record summertime heat. → Read More

'Brutal winter weather': Snowstorm to paste Seattle for second time this week

Normally mild Seattle is bracing for its second snowstorm this week Friday and Saturday. → Read More

Buzzworthy news: Are bees better at math than you are?

Scientists say bees can do basic arithmetic, noting that "even the miniature brain of a honeybee can grasp basic mathematical operations." → Read More

Melting ice from Greenland and Antarctica could cause more extreme weather

Wild weather could increase as Antarctica ice melts, but sea-level rise may not be as bad as feared. → Read More

Past 5 years were Earth's warmest on record; 2018 was USA's costliest wildfire season

The U.S. endured its costliest wildfire season on record, with $24 billion in damages. → Read More

Far out: Our Milky Way galaxy is 'warped and twisted'

Scientists on Tuesday released a new map, one that they say "is the first accurate 3D map of the Milky Way" that reveals its true shape. → Read More

Brain drain? Women's brains appear younger than men's, study finds

Though all human brains tend to shrink with age, a new study suggests men’s tend to diminish faster than women’s. → Read More

Global warming predicted to melt massive Himalayan glaciers, disrupt food production

In fact, a whopping two-thirds of Himalayan glaciers could melt by 2100 if global warming continues, according to a new report. → Read More

Mudslides, floods, rain, howling winds, 10 feet of snow: California braces for powerful, dangerous storm

With the polar vortex in full retreat, the USA's wildest weather shifts to the West. → Read More

Groundhog Day is Saturday. How accurate has Punxsutawney Phil been in the past?

Flipping a coin might be as accurate as Phil. Since 1988, the groundhog was 'right' 14 times and 'wrong' 16 times. → Read More