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Wet Pattern Continues – Arctic Air Lurking

Even winter goes on vacation and we have been the beneficiaries of that for the bulk of the month of January. So far this month we are running about 4.5 degrees above normal in the temperature department. Like all good things that will come to an end, but first we’ll have to get through some pretty wet days. All of that moisture and then some currently bringing heavy rain and severe storms to the Deep South is heading this way. The severe threat WILL be limited to our south, but that moisture has its sights set on our area. Three…

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Climate Prediction Center Releases Its Thoughts On The Upcoming Winter

It felt like summer this past week. It will feel like fall (cause it actually is) this weekend and into the upcoming week, BUT I’ve waited o…

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Fall Foliage Update: Color Emerging, But Still Behind Schedule

We’re starting to see some color “pop” in the NRV and in the Highlands, but the arrival of vibrant color continues to take its time. Here is…

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Hurricane Matthew: Potentially Devastating For Caribbean; East Coast Strike Remains In Play

It’s going to be close…very close. At the very least, the United States will see high waves and rip currents along the beaches. At the very …

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Dry Spell Continues; Drought Status Possible In The Months Ahead

It’s no secret it has been dry this month. Heat and sunshine have ruled the ninth month of the year for the most part and that has gotten th…

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Relief From The Heat Arrives In The Short Term; 90s Return For The Weekend

Please hold your applause until the end of the blog. Your air conditioners and electric bills are about to rejoice. If you’re not a fan of t…