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Working from home might not benefit the planet like we think

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Many of us have switched to remote work over the past couple of years, meaning we’re driving less to and from an office. But has...
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Rainbow chasing: Yes, it’s a thing

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Even though the R&B group TLC cautioned us about chasing waterfalls, they didn’t say anything about chasing rainbows.  Of course, there’s an app for it,...
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How to wash your car with the environment in mind

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It’s a common sight on a rain-free weekend: car in the driveway, a bucket of soap and water next to it, garden hose at the...
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What is the shape of a raindrop

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If I asked you to draw a raindrop, you would likely produce something similar to those pictured above. What You Need To Know Raindrops are...
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Daylight saving time begins March 13

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It’s that time of year where spring is starting to take hold and whether we like it or not, we’ve got to turn our clocks...
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A look back at the wildest Super Bowl weather

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With the Super Bowl in Los Angeles this year, we could see a record-warm game with the heat wave in southern California. Let’s take a...
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The official peak of hurricane season is here

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We’ve reached the official peak of the Atlantic hurricane season but what does that mean exactly?  From August through October, 78% of the tropical storm...
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Tropical Storm Kate forms in the open Atlantic

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Tropical Storm Kate formed in the open Atlantic Monday morning. What You Need To Know Kate is northeast of the Leeward Islands The storm will...
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Using artificial intelligence to predict lightning strikes

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The saying goes, “you never know when lightning will strike.” That may no longer be true thanks to computer learning and a space-based lightning monitoring...
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What causes a mackerel sky?

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Have you ever looked up at a pattern of clouds dotting the sky and noticed that occasionally, they look like the scales of a fish?...