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December 2018: Wet, but not very Snowy

Although December abounded with moisture, snow was scarce in the Midwest. 

After a chilly November with multiple rounds of snow across the Midwest, winter largely backed off for most of December. It was a mild and wet first month of meteorological winter, with all major...
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December 2018: More Wet than White

 A few bouts of snow, but mainly rain highlights December in the Northeast.

It was a relatively warm December despite it being the first meteorological month of winter. Of course, this meant more days warming into the 40s and 50s than the 30s. And while it was not a record...
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What is a Forensic Meteorologist?

Meteorologists not only forecast weather, but can also aid in solving legal problems.

According to the Dictionary, the term "forensic" denotes the application of scientific methods, techniques and knowledge to solving legal problems and/or crimes. Did you know that there is...
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October 2018 Northeast Summary

Several rounds of severe weather riddles October 2018.

For what is supposed to be the heart of fall, October presented quite a few twists and turns. For starters, summer continued to grapple with the region and even when the pattern finally flipped, rain...
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2018 - 2019 Winter Forecast

A snowy winter is on the way in the Northeast! 

After back-to-back La Niña winters, we’re changing things up with an El Niño for the Winter of 2018-2019. El Niño and La Niña both describe changes in the water...
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