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Active Pattern Quiets Down for August

Despite a quieter pattern, temperatures remained cool. 

For the first two months of the summer, it seemed as if rain was a daily occurrence. Not only was it an active period of time, in many cases, it was record-breaking between June and July. August then...
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Harvey Rewrites History

 Historic rainfall and destruction in Texas and Louisiana is only getting worse.

On August 17th, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) first gave Harvey its name as tropical storm warnings were issued for the Windward Islands in the Caribbean Sea. As it tracked through the islands...
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Weather History: Hurricane Andrew

25 years ago, Hurricane Andrew wreaked havoc on South Florida

August 24th marks the 25th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew striking the south Florida Coast back in 1992. To this day Andrew remains one of only three Category 5 hurricanes to ever make landfall...
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Long Range Review: Summer 2017

We evaluate the summer so far, and how our forecast has faired. 

The summer of 2017 has featured much less prolonged, widespread warmth and fewer dry stretches than the summer of 2016 across the eastern United States, which was expected going in and has eased the...
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July 2017: Another Active Month in the Northeast

Up and down temperatures, strong storms, and lots of rain!

 We were dealt quite a wet and variable July across the Northeast. The combination of an active pattern and even a nor’easter-like system brought plenty of rain for the region. The...
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