Doyle Rice, delawareonline

Doyle Rice

delawareonline

McLean, VA, United States

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Recent:
  • delawareonline
  • DelmarvaNow!
  • USA TODAY
  • StarNewsOnline
Past:
  • Gainesville.com
  • The Progress-Index
  • The News Leader
  • Florida Times-Union
  • The Leaf-Chronicle
  • The Daily Advertiser
  • The Clarion-Ledger
  • The Tennessean
  • Rochester D and C
  • independentmail
  • and more…

Recent articles by Doyle:

It's time to prepare for winter: Look up to see the full hunter's moon tonight

The hunter's moon – the first full moon of fall – will rise tonight, Wednesday, Oct. 20 in the eastern sky right around sunset. → Read More

La Niña is back: What does this mean for our winter weather?

The La Niña climate pattern is one of the main drivers of weather in the U.S. and around the world, especially in late fall, winter and early spring. → Read More

'Moderate' geomagnetic storm headed for Earth; aurora could be visible tonight across far northern US

A "moderate" geomagnetic storm is forecast for the Earth on Monday, which could cause fluctuations to the power grid. → Read More

One-fourth of US infrastructure is at risk of flooding amid 'changing environment,' report says

Flooding is the most expensive natural disaster in the US. A new report pinpoints who is most at risk: Louisiana, Florida, Kentucky and West Virginia. → Read More

Hurricane Sam to stay well offshore this weekend but will still kick up dangerous surf along the East Coast

Powerful Hurricane Sam is forecast to kick up "life-threatening surf and rip current conditions" along the entire Atlantic seaboard over the weekend. → Read More

Category 3 Hurricane Sam could kick up 'life-threatening surf' along East Coast. But storm shouldn't make landfall.

Hurricane Sam continued to swirl in the Atlantic Ocean on Monday with winds of 125 mph, down from a peak of 150 mph on Sunday. → Read More

Nicholas strengthens into Category 1 hurricane as Texas braces for heavy rainfall

Hurricane Nicholas was churning along the Texas coast and is forecasted to make landfall late Monday or early Tuesday → Read More

2021 hurricane season is half over: After intense start, is there more to come in September?

It's been a rough hurricane season: 12 named storms have formed, including ferocious Hurricane Ida, the strongest storm of the season. → Read More

'Today is it': Louisiana, Gulf Coast brace for a hit Sunday from 'extremely dangerous' Hurricane Ida

Ida was hurtling closer to the Gulf Coast, a menacing storm that could lash Louisiana as a Category 4 hurricane 16 years to the day after Katrina. → Read More

Hurricane Henri on track to hit Northeast; Cuomo declares state of emergency for NYC, Long Island

Hurricane Henri continued to barrel north Saturday and is predicted to strike the northeastern U.S. on Sunday. → Read More

Fred spawns tornadoes, brings drenching rain to US Southeast; Grace forecast to become hurricane as it heads for Mexico

A weakening Tropical Depression Fred was trekking inland Tuesday, as Tropical Storm Grace continued to drench Haiti. → Read More

'Code red for humanity': UN report gives stark warning on climate change, warns wild weather events will worsen

Hundreds of top scientists released a devastating report Monday on the danger that human-caused climate change poses to the world. → Read More

Study warns of 'irreversible transition' in ocean currents that could rapidly freeze parts of North America

A large system of ocean currents in the Atlantic has been disrupted due to human-caused climate change, scientists reported in a new study. → Read More

As hurricane season enters its peak, NOAA's updated forecast calls for even more storms: 21 named systems

The federal government continues to expect another active Atlantic hurricane season in 2021: As many as 10 hurricanes forming. → Read More

Yes, your deodorant, sun block and bug spray are polluting the air

The personal care products that you slather on each day are responsible for a significant amount of the smog that plagues cities. → Read More

How did Earth get its oxygen? Researchers dive for answers in Lake Huron sinkhole.

We know that the rise of oxygen on Earth was key to the development of all life over the past two billion years. But how did the oxygen get here? → Read More

Friday's full 'buck' moon may look red or orange due to wildfire smoke

A full "buck" moon will rise in the southeastern sky after sunset Friday. Smoke from the wildfires blazing across the West could make it appear red. → Read More

Wildfires continue to scorch West with no letup in sight; thousands of firefighters battling blazes

The ferocious 2021 wildfire season in the West showed no signs of letting up Friday as thousands of firefighters continued to battle dozens of blazes. → Read More

La Niña climate pattern should return this fall and last through winter. Here's what to expect.

The La Niña climate pattern will return this fall and last through the winter of 2021-22, forecasters reported Thursday. Here's what you should know. → Read More

Category 1 Hurricane Elsa roars across Caribbean; Florida in path early next week

Elsa became the first hurricane of the 2021 season Friday. It's heading toward Florida early next week. → Read More