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A Warm and Rain-Soaked April

Record breaking temperatures and plenty of rain certainly boosted the growing season! 

The run of well-above normal average temperatures was slowed in March courtesy of more frequent cold spells and even the re-emergence of snow. Once again, however, this was fairly short lived, as...
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Why Hire A Forensic Meteorologist?

The benefits of having a forensic meteorologist on your side...

  WeatherWorks Forensic Meteorologist Matthew Potter studies weather data for a slip-and-fall case.   Given the active winters in the Northeast over the past few years, there have been...
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March 2017: Where did Spring Go?

March certainly made up for a mild February. More inside...

Where on Earth did spring go? That was the question most people across the Northeast probably asked after coming off such an incredibly warm February, especially in those last two weeks of the month...
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Winter Rallies Back in March

Winter returned in March, but not for long... 

As time in the 2016-2017 winter season went by, the snowless-ness continued across the Midwest courtesy of a January and February that finished with unprecedentedly meager numbers and mild...
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Investigating Snow, Sleet, & Freezing Rain

Winter precipitation types can burden snow removal experts & meteorologists

As we begin to count the first days of spring and much of the Northeast continues to thaw from the “pi-day nor’easter”, we wanted to visit one of the most difficult parts of the...
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