A viral video shows the insects blanketing the vehicles in an auto dealership parking lot. The incidence of swarming of this species of moth, aspen tortrix, is increasing.
Finland is continuing to heat up this summer - and nearing the all-time heat record for June.
Hospital staff in protective gear are suffering as central Sweden experiences a heatwave.
Much of Siberia this year has had unseasonably high temperatures, leading to sizable wildfires.
The temperature in Verkhoyansk hit 38 degrees Celsius on Saturday, according to Pogoda i Klimat, a website that compiles Russian meteorological data.
A prolonged heatwave in Siberia is “undoubtedly alarming”, climate scientists have said. The freak temperatures have been linked to wildfires, a huge oil spill and a plague of tree-eating moths.
Northern anchovy are becoming more comment perhaps due to warmer temperatures. A 10-centimetre-long fish represents an anchovy that's about a year old suggesting that the fish are spawned locally in the pelagic zone, or upper, warmer zone of the seawater.
Wildfires in Russia have burned across a combined area the size of Greece so far in 2020, surpassing official estimates threefold. Experts warn that this year’s blazes could become the most destructive in history.
This summer, more wasps have been found around Nome.
The wildfires can burrow into rich organic material, such as the vast peatlands that ring the Arctic, and smolder under the snowpack throughout the frigid winter.
At 97 degrees, Tuesday was the hottest day of the year in Santa Rosa, breaking the 1974 record high for May 26.
Unusually warm spring temperatures are rapidly melting above average snowpack, leading to flooding.
Abnormally hot May weather resembles midsummer with air temperatures as high as +35C.
After 100 highs, Utqiagvik marks record low temperature
The relatively warm weather, arriving a month earlier than normal, is projected to stick around for the next 10 days, potentially accelerating sea ice loss.
Fairbanks' May 10 temperature was two degrees below the daily record, while snow melt from an above-normal year is flooding Interior rivers.
Ketchikan became the first city in Alaska to hit 80 degrees this year on Saturday, as three other cities in Southeast Alaska also set temperature records.
Mother's Day will bring Arctic blasts, wintry conditions and records low temperatures for two-thirds of the US.
The heat spiked up to 108 degrees in Palm Springs, the National Weather Service said.
Heat Wave May Be One For The Record Books - Sherman Oaks, CA - With temperatures soaring into the 90s in Los Angeles, residents are advised to avoid outdoor activity.