The devastation is astounding in a place where the once-cold waters of the North Atlantic used to break up hurricanes into post-tropical depressions by the time they made landfall.
The mystery of the missing environmentalist, old-school weather forecasting in Kenya and reusing building materials.
Our daily weather reports, cheerfully presented with flashy graphics and state-of-the-art animation, appear to relay more and more information. And yet, a key fact is invariably omitted.
Of course, it's possible that the incredibly warm, barbecues-in-March weather we've recently enjoyed is just a fluke and has nothing whatsoever to do with climate change. But is this realistic?
Things seem to be going from bad to dire for VANOC, the "dream team" in charge of making Vancouver's 2010 Winter Olympics a reality.