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45th Anniversary of the Super Outbreak

 Including a closer look at two F5 tornadoes...

(Above) Aerial damage photo of the Xenia and Wilberforce, OH area courtesy of the National Weather Service Wilmington, OH and Attila Kilinc The April 3-4th, 1974 Super Outbreak affected 13 states...
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A Letter from Customer Support

 

Over the last several weeks, our customer support team has been following up with a number of clients to assemble feedback regarding their Storm Alert service experience this past winter. We appreciate the conversation with those we have spoken to and look forward ...

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Severe Weather Season is Here.

Winter is ending and severe weather is beginning, let's learn more.

Well, it looks like the Midwest has escaped the grip of Old Man Winter and spring has finally arrived. We now get to look forward to warmer temperatures, longer evenings, and plenty of outdoor...
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It Can Snow in April!

April snow certainly can't be ruled out in the Northeast, remember 1982.

While it doesn’t happen all that often, it still can snow in April here in the Northeast. In fact, just last April, parts of the I-95 corridor saw a minor accumulation of snow. However, there...
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March 2019 Tamer than 2018

The phrase in like a lion, out like a lamb applies this year, mostly... 

Unlike last year’s quadruple punch of storms, this March by comparison was much tamer to say the least. It did indeed came in like a lion with a legitimate coastal storm but quickly calmed out...
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