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A Mainly Dry and Warm September in the Northeast

A bit of a flip-flop month across the Northeast...

What a flip-flop of a month September was! While August gave us the impression summer really wasn’t going to make a comeback, September brought back the real dog days of summer. While we were...
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What Goes Into a Rainfall Measurement?

 Ever wonder how to measure rain? 

  A rainy day can spoil even the simplest of tasks. Whether you're planning on going shopping, going out for a daily jog, any bout of rain can be an issue. As it turns out, whether it affects...
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First Month of Fall Gets a Summer Finish

The Midwest once again found another month with major temperature swings in September as the transition to meteorological fall began. It was a cool beginning to September as a trough presided in the...
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First Frost, Freeze, & Snow Dates: Northeast

Historically, cold weather arrives this month!  

Despite the best efforts of summer to hold on into fall, cold weather will inevitably prevail across the area once again. Daylight has been decreasing at a rapid rate over the last month and average...
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Midwest Average First Frost / Freeze / Snow

Do you know when the first frost, freeze, and snowfall typically occur? Find out.

The long days of summer have come and gone, and we are now well into Autumn. Pumpkins, Halloween, and changing leaves are just some of the reasons that many people love this season. With all of the...
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