Tuesday December 10, 2013
You check your local forecast nearly every day to find out what the high and low temperatures will be, but do you know the time of day you should expect to feel each? Here's a hint: it's not noon and midnight... Read on
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Thursday December 5, 2013
This Saturday, December 7, the National Weather Service celebrates SKYWARN Recognition Day--an opportunity for NWS offices to recognize and thank SKYWARN weather spotters and Amateur Radio (ham) operators for keeping their communities weather safe.
I'd personally like to send out a heartfelt thanks to all the weather volunteers for providing emergency communications during hazardous weather situations!
Interested in joining the SKYWARN program? Take the first step to getting involved.
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Saturday November 30, 2013
If you want to know what the weather looks like for next weekend, you'd know to check your 7-day forecast. But what if you're curious about this year's chance for a White Christmas--where would you go for the latest predictions? Does a forecast that far in advance even exist? Yes, it actually does. Continue reading...
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Friday November 29, 2013
Clueless as to why this week's Thanksgiving storm was called "Boreas" by some weather news outlets?
It's a Weather Channel thing...
Do you think this idea will ever catch on with other big name forecasting companies? Sound off in the comments section below.