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Climate science
Simultaneous extreme weather created dangerous conditions in U.S.
Published June 28, 2022
The dangerous extremes are expected to continue to topple records as the effects of climate change continue to shift weather patterns
No two alike
Published Winter 2019
For decades, Wilson Alwyn Bentley took detailed photographs of snow crystals, effectively pioneering photomicrography. Today, his iconic images are a ubiquitous aspect of winter—thanks in part to a Johns Hopkins–trained physicist. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Snow much fun!
Published Jan 14, 2019
Recent snowfall turned JHU's Homewood campus into a winter wonderland
University monitoring Hurricane Florence, making preparations
Published Sept 11, 2018
Storm is expected to bring high winds, rain, and a storm surge to Baltimore-Washington region
Spring surprise
Published March 21, 2018 Photos
Powerful winter storm dumps snow across Baltimore region; JHU closed Wednesday
Snow photos
Winter wonderland
Published Dec 11, 2017 Photos
Season's first snowfall brings a few inches to JHU's Homewood campus
Snow photos
Hopkins takes a snow day
Published March 14, 2017 Photos
Baltimore dodges big snowfall, but coating of snow, sleet, and ice covered much of the region and prompted JHU to cancel classes
Weathering a record storm
Published Jan 25, 2016 Photos
JHU digs out after winter storm drops record snowfall near 30 inches
Power failure?
Published May 28, 2015
Analysis finds shortcomings in how regulators determine reliability of nation's electricity systems
Snow days!
Winter (weather) break
Published March 6, 2015 Photos
Snow, record cold prompt JHU to close for second consecutive day