Doyle Rice, DelmarvaNow!

Doyle Rice

DelmarvaNow!

McLean, VA, United States

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Recent:
  • DelmarvaNow!
  • The News Herald
  • Gainesville.com
  • The News-Press
  • El Paso Times
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • Indianapolis Star
  • The Journal News
  • StarNewsOnline
  • thetimesherald
  • BattleCreek Enquirer
  • RGJ.com
  • The Des Moines Register
  • pressconnects
  • The Shreveport Times
  • and more…

Recent articles by Doyle:

Were forecasts for Hurricane Ian wrong? What experts say about the 'cone of uncertainty.'

In the days leading up to Ian's landfall, the forecast shifted and ignited fears that Tampa could get a direct hit. So, were forecasters right? → Read More

Where will Ian go next? Southeast US braces for fierce impacts; another landfall expected

Ian strengthened again into a hurricane Thursday and is forecast to make another landfall in South Carolina on Friday. → Read More

Where will Ian go next? Southeast US braces for fierce impacts; another landfall expected

Ian strengthened again into a hurricane Thursday and is forecast to make another landfall in South Carolina on Friday. → Read More

Where will Ian go next? Southeast US braces for fierce impacts; another landfall expected

Ian strengthened again into a hurricane Thursday and is forecast to make another landfall in South Carolina on Friday. → Read More

Hurricane Ian's forecast calls for rapid intensification. What does that mean?

They are two of the most feared words associated with hurricane forecasting: rapid intensification. That's what we're dealing with in Hurricane Ian. → Read More

Tropical Storm Ian forms in Caribbean, could hit Florida as a major hurricane: What we know

Forecasts show the depression strengthening into a major Category 3 hurricane as it approaches Florida by the middle of next week. → Read More

Major earthquake strikes Mexico on Sept. 19 for third time since 1985, this time a magnitude 7.6; 1 dead

T​he U.S. Tsunami Warning Center said a tsunami was possible only along parts of the Mexican coastline within about 200 miles of the quake epicenter. → Read More

Tropical Storm Fiona takes aim on Puerto Rico, Caribbean islands

Tropical Storm Fiona continued to churn across the Atlantic Ocean Thursday and is forecast to threaten Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands this weekend. → Read More

'Triple-dip' La Niña is on the way. Here's what it means for weather in the US.

Meteorologists say that for the third straight year, La Niña will persist throughout the winter in the Northern Hemisphere. → Read More

August hasn't been this devoid of tropical storms since 1997. Is hurricane season over?

For the first time since 1997, not a single hurricane or tropical storm formed in the Atlantic basin in August. → Read More

'Dazzling displays': Aurora borealis might be visible across northern US tonight

Keep an eye to the sky Wednesday night: The aurora borealis, aka northern lights, may be making a rare appearance. → Read More

Experts warn California of a disaster 'larger than any in world history.' It's not an earthquake.

A study says that as the Earth warms, a California flood that would swamp Los Angeles, displace millions and cause historic damage gets more likely. → Read More

Could the supermoon tonight ruin the Perseids, the 'best meteor shower of the year'?

The Perseids peak Thursday night. But a supermoon also known as a sturgeon moon could dampen the show. → Read More

Extreme heat waves may be our new normal, thanks to climate change. Is the globe prepared?

Heat waves are forecast to increase in potency and duration, scientists say, and U.S. temperatures could rise 3-12 degrees by the end of the century. → Read More

'Apocalypse': Hundreds dead as extreme heat wave broils Europe; UK could break record

An extreme heat wave that meteorologists call an "apocalypse" broiled much of Europe and the United Kingdom on Monday. → Read More

First image from the James Webb Space Telescope released: It shows thousands of galaxies

Decades in the making, the first image from NASA's $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope was released Monday afternoon by President Joe Biden. → Read More

Tropical Storm Bonnie? Forecasters tracking 3 Atlantic systems, including one in Gulf of Mexico.

One system in the Gulf of Mexico could bring drenching rains to portions of Texas and Louisiana this week, potentially resulting in flash flooding. → Read More

Summer solstice 2022: 'The longest day,' first day of summer and summer solstice all Tuesday

The first day of summer is often called "the longest day," but it's actually the day with the most daylight. What to know about summer solstice 2022. → Read More

'This is serious': Millions under heat wave warnings as triple-digit temps move east

More than 100 million Americans were under some form of heat warning or advisory Monday from a withering, potentially record-breaking heat wave. → Read More

Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere soars to levels not seen for millions of years, NOAA says

The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is now at levels not seen since millions of years ago when Earth was a hothouse ocean-inundated planet → Read More