Doyle Rice,

Doyle Rice

McLean, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Doyle:

There's a 50-50 chance Earth will reach critical climate change mark within 5 years, report says

There’s a 48% chance the globe will reach a yearly average of 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels thanks to climate change, a report says. → Read More

Climate change could cause mass extinction of marine life in Earth's oceans, study says

Unless climate change is curbed, Earth's oceans could see a mass extinction of marine life, according to a new study published Thursday. → Read More

Deadly, destructive Hurricane Ida retired from list of storm names

Ida has been retired from the rotating lists of Atlantic storm names because of the death and destruction caused by the Category 4 hurricane in 2021. → Read More

Later, gator? One-fifth of all reptile species could go extinct, new study says

Over 21% of reptile species are threatened with extinction worldwide, according to a new global assessment of more than 10,000 species. → Read More

The full pink moon is coming Saturday evening. Will it actually be pink?

The full pink moon will rise in the eastern sky on Saturday night. Here's how to watch and what you should know. → Read More

The Lyrid meteor shower will soon light up the April night sky. Here's when you can see it.

The Lyrid meteor shower will be coming to a night sky near you over the next few days, with the peak expected on the night of April 21-22. → Read More

2 dead in Florida as severe weather, tornadoes wreak havoc across South. Where are storms headed next?

Severe storms and tornadoes blasted across the South, killing at least two people in the Florida Panhandle. → Read More

'Strong' geomagnetic storm headed for Earth; aurora borealis could dazzle tonight across northern US

Folks across the far northern U.S. could have a treat tonight: the appearance of the aurora borealis, aka northern lights, in the night sky. → Read More

Wild weather: Severe storms, tornadoes target millions across the US. Here's the timeline.

Another multi-day severe weather outbreak is on tap for the central, southern and eastern U.S. regions this week. See who is at risk. → Read More

At least 4 injured after tornadoes pound Texas, Oklahoma; tens of thousands without power

Dangerous storms are in the forecast for portions of the southern U.S. this week as tornadoes slammed parts of Texas and Oklahoma on Monday. → Read More

Sheriff's deputy dies trying to help people flee from Texas wildfires, officials say

Hundreds of people were forced to evacuate from raging wildfires in Texas on Friday as low humidity and gusty winds fueled the blazes, officials said. → Read More

When does spring 2022 start? Twelve hours of daylight returns on Sunday with the spring equinox.

The spring equinox – which marks the beginning of astronomical spring in the Northern Hemisphere – will occur on Sunday, March 20, at 11:33 a.m. EDT. → Read More

There is a full worm moon rising this week: Here's when you can see it brightest

Get ready and look up! The final full moon of the winter season will rise on the night of Thursday and Friday this week. → Read More

'Hidden burden': Hurricanes keep killing people long after landfall, study suggests

A new study from JAMA shows how far reaching and varied the hidden costs to life could be from climate-related disasters. → Read More

UN panel's grim climate change report: 'Parts of the planet will become uninhabitable'

Life in some locations on the planet is rapidly reaching the point where it will be too hot for the species that live there to survive,report says. → Read More

What is an 'atmospheric river'? These rivers of water vapor can extend thousands of miles.

Atmospheric rivers are ribbons of water vapor that can fuel massive rain, snow and flooding events that can plague the West Coast. → Read More

100 million in path of winter storm that's blasting central US with snow, sleet, freezing rain

A winter storm began its assault on Wednesday, a massive system that promised to deliver a messy brew of snow and freezing rain to millions. → Read More

Groundhog Day 2022: Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow, meaning we're in for 6 more weeks of winter

The groundhog has spoken: Six more weeks of winter, according to Punxsutawney Phil, the world's most famous weather-prognosticating groundhog. → Read More

Midweek winter storm to wreak havoc for 2,000 miles from the Rockies to the Northeast

This week's storm will target a 2,000-mile swath of the nation from the Rockies to the Northeast with a nasty mix of snow, ice and rain. → Read More

Potent 'bomb cyclone' to lash Northeast this weekend with heavy snow, howling winds

A potent winter storm is forecast to wallop the East Coast on Friday and Saturday with snow and howling winds possible from the Carolinas to Maine. → Read More