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Indian Summer Coming to an End

This week has been very comfortable for many in the US.  An Indian Summer (temperatures above 70 degrees with clear skies following the first frost) has affected much of the eastern 2/3 of the lower-48. It will continue to migrate … Continue reading

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First Significant Cold and Snow Forecast for Next Week

All forecasts are pointing to a major blast of cold air near the end of next week across much of the central US.  Temperatures will run well below normal.  The map above suggests an average 5-day anomaly of as much … Continue reading

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Snow Exits Great Lakes, Returns to Mountain West

As the calendar turns from November to December, snowstorms appear to be the theme.  One is currently leaving the US and heading up through eastern Canada while another drops south out of western Canada through the Rockies and high plains. … Continue reading

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Cold Weather Kills Corals in Florida

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=coral+reef&iid=287265″ src=”0283/83e52216-d3a7-4d5e-87c2-de360cdb0561.jpg?adImageId=9496958&imageId=287265″ width=”500″ height=”334″ /] You probably noticed the prolonged period of cold weather across much of the country from the end of December through the middle of January.  Many of the college football bowl games held … Continue reading

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Holy Cold Snap, Batman!

For fun, I decided to check the 10-day GFS model this morning just to see if there was anything interesting on the horizon.  I must admit, I didn’t think I would see this in the 7-10 period:

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