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Labor Day Weekend Update

Labor Day weekend is showing a drier trend...

Well some good news... things are looking slightly better for the holiday weekend! Although warmer and more humid conditions will be arriving Saturday, current thinking now keeps much of the day dry...
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The Tropics are Waking Up

Will the current tropical wave develop into Cristobal, and where's it headed?

Despite a fairly quiet hurricane season in the Atlantic so far, it looks as though we could have a potential storm developing over the next few days. While this tropical wave is currently poorly...
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The Benefits of Snow Climatology

How can snow climatology help your bottom line?

We are approximately 3 months away from November and it’s time to start thinking about getting those pre-season snow removal bids out for the upcoming winter. After last year’s overactive...
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Stages of Tropical Systems

What's the difference between a tropical depression and hurricane? Find out...

Hurricane Isabel (2003) seen from the International Space Station, image property of NASA. With the peak of hurricane season quickly approaching, I think it’s time to brush up on some key terms...
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Surfs Up, Temps Down

It's been a windy and wavy month along the shores of Lake Michigan. In fact, near record summer wave heights were observed from July 27-28th as persistent strong northerly winds resulted in waves...
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