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Independence Day Weekend Outlook

What will Mother Nature bring for July 4th? Find out here!

From Friday, July 3rd through the 4th of July, weak high pressure should build into the interior Northeast while a stationary boundary sets up across the Mid Atlantic. Those from Boston through the...
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May 2015: Wettest Month in US History!

We were dry in the Northeast, but other parts of the country were sopping...

The extreme flooding that devastated portions of Texas and Oklahoma during May 2015 made national headlines (for more see our article on this record breaking event) as numerous locations ended up...
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The Urban Heat Island Effect

Why is it warmer in the big cities?

Image above courtesy of NOAA  "90s in the city, but 80s in the suburbs this afternoon" Sound familiar? Being stuck in the big city during a heat wave is brutal compared to spending it...
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Record...Warmth this Past Winter??

It's quite amazing, but warmth dominated MOST of the globe last winter.

With meteorological summer now under way, we hate to bring back bad memories of this past winter. But I’m sure folks across the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest remember cold temperatures...
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The SIMA Symposium is Coming to Chicagoland!

Meet our staff and learn about the latest in snow removal tech...

WeatherWorks is heading out to the Midwest in a few days for the 18th Annual SIMA Symposium! This year’s symposium will be held at the Schaumburg, IL Renaissance Hotel & Conference Center...
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