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Radical shakeup of dinosaur family tree points to unexpected Scottish origins

Cat-sized Scottish fossil proposed as candidate for common dinosaur ancestor in controversial study that could overthrow a century of dinosaur classification

Cyclone Debbie: Experts fear damage to Great Barrier Reef

The Australian state of Queensland is assessing the extent of the damage caused by the major storm.

Cloud Atlas leaps into 21st century with 12 new cloud types

Asperitus?! Flammagenitus?! Fluctus?! No, those aren't new spells from the world of Harry Potter. They're three of the dozen new cloud types added to the WMO Cloud Atlas, in its first update in over 30 years!

Like to fly, hate turbulence? Science says it'll get worse

If you need to fly, there's a chance you'll hit a rough spot. 

Is Arctic sea ice doomed to disappear?

There's good and bad news for people, and polar bears, threatened by the Arctic's vanishing sea ice, scientists said Monday.

Missouri tornadoes: Storms wreck homes, injure more than a dozen

Hawblitzel said there were no immediate reports of fatalities as a result of the storms.

Saskatoon weather outlook: extreme -40 wind chills return

Arctic high brings extreme cold to central Saskatchewan into Friday before changes move into Saskatoon's weather forecast.

Stargazers applaud as moon eclipses sun

Stargazers applauded as they were plunged into darkness Sunday when the moon passed in front of the sun in a spectacular "ring of fire" eclipse.

'Classic' winter? Here's where we blew it (and what's next)

Our winter forecast highlighted that this winter would bring a return to classic Canadian winter weather and that this winter would be quite different from the previous winter.For most of Canada (geographically), this worked out very well. 

Creeks, rivers top banks after latest California storm

Creeks, rivers top banks after latest California storm

Northern Lights and heavy drinking: What it's like to spend 100 days without sunlight in Svalbard

“Men used to get so crazy in the darkness they would play Russian roulette with loaded rifles,” said the barmaid, Anne, as she poured me another pint of strong, auburn pale ale – a heady tipple from Spitsbergen island’s own brewery.

Here's how climate change can cause more air pollution (all by itself)

Not only does air pollution trap sunlight and cause climate change, but the relationship also works the other way: Rising temperatures increase levels...

Climate change could have wide-ranging effects on mental health

Climate change may have surprising and wide-ranging effects on mental health, experts say.

Trump's proposed NOAA budget cuts rattle scientists

The White House, as directed by President Trump, is proposing a 17% cut to the nation's top weather and climate agency, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Tornadoes, storms rip through US Midwest, killing at least two

Tornadoes and storms raked the U.S. Midwest, killing at least two people, destroying homes, and leaving thousands without power.

Sinkhole swallows two cars amid torrential rain in Los Angeles

A huge Pacific storm parked itself over Southern California and unloaded, ravaging roads, opening sinkholes and leading to the deaths of at least two people.

Torontohenge promises spectacular sunsets for the GTA

Torontohenge promises spectacular sunsets for the GTA

Saskatoon weather outlook: messy long weekend with freezing rain, snow

The long weekend starts off tame, but then takes a turn with a messy mix of precipitation in Saskatoon's weather forecast.

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