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Meteorology Monday: November 12 – November 18

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I have good news this week!  Finally, the Mid Atlantic and Northeast will get a break from weather impacts this week, after the cold front moves through on Tuesday. The system that brought active showers and T-storms to the central part of the country and snow to much of the mountainous regions, is still moving eastward.  Expect showers ahead of the cold front,... read more

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Meteorology Monday: October 15 – October 21

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It was a stormy weekend for the central part of the country as a strong system pushed through the Great Lakes, bringing storms all the way down into the South. This week, it looks to be another typical fall week.  Temperatures will be around normal and rather seasonal.  The system from the weekend will push through the Northeast Monday.  However, another strong... read more

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Meteorology Monday: October 1 – October 7

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Happy October!  For the first week of the month, we are anticipating a lot of changes to the weather.  Expect cooler than normal temperatures for most of the country by the weekend as a strong cold front pulls down cooler air from Canada. In fact, we may see our first shot for a rain and snow mix in DEN on Saturday!  On the flip side, warmer than normal... read more

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Meteorology Monday: September 24 – September 30

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It is officially Fall, and the weather is beginning to show it! Cooler temperatures and even frost have made their way into the Great Lakes early this week, due to a strong “clipper” system from Canada over the weekend.  A wet week is ahead for parts of the U.S. moving into the last week of September, as a system is expected to stall out in the heart of the country... read more

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Meteorology Monday: September 10 – September 16

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After an active week last week, we are expecting this week to be much quieter weather-wise.  Tropical Storm Leslie has moved away from Bermuda, and no more major, imminent tropical storms are expected to impact any of our stations this week.  After a pretty nasty line of storms came through the Northeast last weekend, it has dried out since then, and the... read more

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Meteorology Monday: August 27 – September 2

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After moving through some of our southern Florida stations, conditions following Isaac should be improving early this week for EYW, FLL, PBI, RSW, and TPA.  The storm appears to be next heading toward MSY, and possibly, PNS and ECP.  We are keeping a close eye on Isaac as its current forecast track takes the storm right into New Orleans as a... read more

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Meteorology Monday: August 13 – August 19

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More relief from the extremely hot temperatures is expected for much of the country.  One exception will be parts of the desert Southwest, as temperatures could reach into the 110s for the first half of this week.The Midwest and Plains will see drops in temperatures as the week progresses.  Although it will be cooler, it still looks to be a fairly active thunderstorm... read more

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Meteorology Monday: July 30 – August 3

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There will be another typical mid-summer week, as we move into the beginning of August.  Hot and humid conditions continue in the central part of the country, with temperatures far into the 100s for much of the week!  The Northern Plains, Midwest, and Great Lakes have cooled down temperature wise, but could see a few rounds of thunderstorms this week.  The... read more

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Meteorology Monday: July 16 – July 22

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A stormy week is ahead for much of the country as we move through the middle part of the summer season.  Scattered thunderstorms are likely across the Midwest, Northeast, and Mid-Atlantic as a result of a cold front dropping down from Canada.  Typical afternoon scattered thunderstorms are expected in the Southeast and Florida throughout the week.  Meanwhile, the... read more

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Meteorology Monday: July 2 – July 8

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Heat and thunderstorms will be the main weather concerns this week. Although temperatures have decreased a bit since last week and the weekend, above normal temperatures still continue for a large portion of the nation, with many temperatures still in the upper 90s to lower 100s. Occasional thunderstorms also will be prominent for much of the country, including the Northern... read more

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Meteorology Monday: June 18 – June 23

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Compared to last week, this week is shaping up to be relatively quiet, but hot. One weather system will sweep through the country, bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms from the Northern Plains eastward into the New England area by Friday. Hot temperatures will be ahead of the cold front, affecting the Midwest on Monday and Tuesday, and then the Northeast on... read more

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Meteorology Monday: May 21 – May 27

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A fairly active week is ahead of us with several pockets of thunderstorms possible for multiple areas around the nation.  The East Coast will be soggy for much of the work week, but drying out just in time for the holiday weekend.  Meanwhile, it will be dry and hot for the first part of the week in the Desert Southwest, with temperatures soaring into the... read more

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Meteorology Monday: May 7 – May 13

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Another active thunderstorm week is expected as the system that has been generating the thunderstorms in the central part of the country pushes eastward into the New England, Mid Atlantic, and Southeast regions.  For the beginning of the week (Tue-Wed), the Midwest and Great Lakes will take a break from the thunderstorms, but some thunderstorms could return Friday into... read more

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Meteorology Monday: April 23 – April 29

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Winter has returned to some of our northern stations today, due to an intense low pressure system moving off the East Coast.  Strong northerly winds will impact stations in the Northeast, and BUF, ROC, and PIT will receive wet, heavy snow into Tuesday morning with the potential for moderate snow accumulations.  After Tuesday morning, the Northeast should dry out... read more

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Meteorology Monday: April 9 – April 15

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“April showers, bring May flowers!”  This famous spring-time saying is especially true this week as there are plenty of thunderstorms and much rain in this week’s forecast.   The Great Lakes and New England regions have cooled down quite a bit with wind, some frost, and even the chance for a mix of rain and snow overnight for the beginning of the week,... read more

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Meteorology Monday: March 26 – April 1

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This week is looking to be more seasonal with temperatures returning back to normal for much of the county.   The system that cooled down the Great Lakes and Northeast is moving off the East Coast, but it’s creating gusty winds in the New England Area for the start of the week.  Another system moving across the central part of the nation will bring a chance... read more

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