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Winter Weather - Difficult Weather to Forecast
Ever wonder why winter weather forecasts seem less accurate than say, forecasting rain? Forecast difficulties, including precipitation type and amount, are discussed.
Naming Winter Storms
Is naming snowstorms a "hot" or "cold" idea? Learn the pros and cons.
The Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale (NESIS)
The Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale is a meteorological impact scale similar to the Fujita and Saffir-Simpson scales. It is designed to quantify storms based on historic and present data. Population data, snowfall amounts, and area affected are taken into consideration when rating storms as crippling, major, or extreme.
The Types of Winter Weather Advisories from the National Weather Service
Your local news may give the weather reports and winter storm watches and warnings, but do you know the difference? Learn the elements of a winter snow storm and how to proerly prepare your family for any winter hazards in the home and in your car. Don't be a victim of a blizzard or ice storm!
Origins of A White Christmas
Where does the idea of a White Christmas come from?