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Heat Rising, more Storms this Week.

Tropical moisture will be increasing this week in the Northeast, along with t-storm risks.

With high pressure in control, Monday has been nice across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast with any shower/storm risks remaining to the west over the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes. Although it's warm...
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A Peek at the Tropics

Quiet so far, but a tropical system may be developing sooner than you think.

We are over a month into the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season and so far it’s been quiet. We have had only one named system so far (Subtropical Storm Andrea) and it didn’t impact anyone as...
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June 2019 Summary: Severe Storms Strike

Heavy rain and severe weather dominate the month of June.

Temperatures during the month of June were generally near average across the Midwest, with Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus all ending the month within one degree of their...
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Need Rainfall History?

Show why those outdoor projects have been delayed with our Seasonal Review.

Summer has arrived and so has plenty of rain! The past 12 months in particular have been record breakers for many across the U.S. Accordingly, it has become ever more necessary to document just how...
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June 2019: Storms Continue, Heat Builds

Even with a slightly quieter severe pattern, storms and localized flooding continued in June. 

Compared to the previous month, severe weather was a bit less widespread in June 2019. However, the same active pattern that we saw in May continued through the first half of the month, with...
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