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Why Was March 2018 So Active?

Meteorologist Chris Castellano investigates how the March pattern produced so much snow.

Winter in the Mid Atlantic and Northeast in some ways saved its best for last. The earlier half of the season had its moments, but it simply did not compare to what March ultimately brought. So what...
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Do You Maximize Your Outdoor Work Potential?

Find out how we can help in the warm season...

 We have been experiencing a wild late winter stretch of weather with the record warmth in late February to the active wintry pattern during the start of March. Although winter is certainly not...
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Do You Remember... Chicago's March '17 Heavy Lake Effect?

A Rare Heavy Lake-Effect Snowstorm in Chicago

The 2016 winter season started on point in Chicago after what was an above average snowfall for the month of December. At no point after Christmas Day, however, did Chicago have one inch of snow on...
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January/February 2018: Quite the Roller Coaster!

Check out the summary of the start of 2018!

 As the ball dropped in Times Square in New York City, the temperature was a whopping..9 degrees under clear skies. Quite chilly! Up and down the coast the Northeast rang in 2018 in the single...
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Do You Remember...The Storm Of The Century?

One of the most powerful storms in recent memory...

Hard to believe that it's been 25 years since the 1993 Storm of the Century impacted the eastern third of the United States.  Record snowfall, severe weather, and coastal flooding were the...
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