National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Last month "outdid itself" on the heat scale, a NOAA official said.
The average rate of increase in this heat-trapping gas is faster than ever, scientists reported Monday.
As the coronavirus brought economies around the world to their knees, global climate change raged on.
The reported choice of Ryan Maue adds to the Trump administration’s yearslong effort to undercut climate science and reject global warming.
As the East Coast gets drenched and the drier West Coast is ablaze, climate change may not be the only factor.
The sudden postponement of a probe into allegations of misconduct in adopting offshore oil exploration rules “risks undermining the public’s confidence” in NOAA science, a watchdog group says.
The year already has been marked by rising global temperatures, Arctic ice melts and intensifying wildfires and storms.
A new inspector general report says the Trump administration may have undercut public trust in weather warnings and even hindered public safety -- all over a tweet.
Struggling commercial fishers and environmentalists say the White House is exploiting COVID-19 to privatize the ocean.
The analysis comes as forecasters predict a fierce 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, which officially starts June 1.
A top National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration official called the president's behavior “crazy.”
“We are experiencing the impacts of global warming unfolding literally in real time," one climate expert said.
After the president wrongly warned that Hurricane Dorian would hit Alabama, federal scrambled to get correct info out to the state's panicking residents.
“Dinner is served,” a researcher said as dozens of octopuses and fish munched on the carcass.
The science panel will investigate who pushed NOAA to back up the president's false claims about Hurricane Dorian.
The White House told Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to have NOAA disavow forecasters who challenged Trump’s storm path claim, says The New York Times.
The agency, which oversees the National Weather Service, issued a statement Friday supporting the president's false claims about the path of Hurricane Dorian.
Employees were given guidance on how to handle the president's flubbed Alabama warning, according to The Washington Post.
NOAA attacked its own scientists over their correction of President Trump's false claims about Hurricane Dorian's path.