Tag Archives: 2009-10 Winter

Winter Was Cold… Well, Colder than Normal

A couple weeks ago, NOAA released their recap of the 2009-10 Winter.  Not surprisingly, they found that Winter was colder than normal across much of the country, especially in the South.  The wintry weather across the South was well-documented throughout … Continue reading

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Looking for Relief from the Cold?

Maybe you should try the Southern Hemisphere. Of course, the above outlook is only looking at temperatures relative to normal.  So, temperatures will likely still climb into the 60s in places like Miami, Phoenix, and San Diego.  In that same … Continue reading

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West vs. East in the Battle of Snow

This is just another illustration of the strange Winter season experienced this year.  Of course, this doesn’t include the storm that swept across the South late last week.  The seasonal snowfall totals in the South wouldn’t approach those of the … Continue reading

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Winter Storm Warnings for the Gulf Shore

Fans of professional baseball often comment that one of the games’ attractions is the chance to see history on any given night.  They’ll often say, “I love baseball because no matter how long I watch, I can still end up … Continue reading

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Bizarro Winter Continues in the South

As the “snoverkill” blizzard continues to pummel parts of the mid-Atlantic, another storm is brewing in the southwest.  Winter weather advisories and winter storm watches are in effect from southeast NM/west TX across the South to extreme southwest GA.  The … Continue reading

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It’s Not so Much the Heat, It’s the Humidity that’ll Kill You

No, I did not simply re-use a photo from this past weekend, although I easily could have.  Blizzard Warnings are now in effect from DC to New York City.  In terms of snow, we’ve probably only had about 4-5 inches … Continue reading

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Do You Believe in Unlikelihoods?

Cotton McKnight: “I can’t believe it.” Pepper Brooks: “It’s just not believable, Cotton.” Truer words have never been spoken, Pepper.  One big winter storm is memorable.  A second in the same season starts to set records and creates the memories … Continue reading

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