11th June - Today's News: Greenland Records Highest Ever June Temperature
Greenland witnessed its highest June temperature ever recorded on Thursday - warmer than most parts of Britain .... Meanwhile the Arctic sea ice hits new record low for May. And whilst El Nino and other weather patterns may be largely responsible, we've had El Ninos and the same weather patterns many times before ...
June snow blankets Alaska's North Slope, Mt. Washington, New Hampshire - although it's not that unusual in either location.
A different type of record, which probably won't last much longer: a streak not seen since 1900: Colin was the 144th consecutive Atlantic tropical cyclone to not make U.S. landfall as a major hurricane
How El Nino made a nuisance of itself in 2015 in the US
More storms, more flash floods in England as 'freak weather' floods Nottingham suburbs after torrential rain, a Telford flash flood leaves residents trapped and closes store with Liverpool hit by storms and heavy rain as well.
New satellite data shows how artificial lights brightening nights across world - but I can still see the milky way from my back garden. Occasionally.
And showing what a complete ignoramus he really is, Trump’s dubious drought claims