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Super Typhoon Haiyan

A look back at the strongest landfalling tropical cyclone in global history...

Just over 10 days after Super Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines, damage reports continue to come in and the death toll, unfortunately, continues to rise. It is now estimated by the local...
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Introducing Our Staff, Part 2

Matt Gillen joined our team last year, find out more about him

Next in our list of meteorologists is our Midwest guy, Matt Gillen. Matt was born in Naperville, IL which is a western suburb of Chicago. He graduated from Northern Illinois in May of 2012 with a...
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Sandy: One Year Anniversary

Our meteorologists recount the unprecedented storm...

On October 22nd, 2012 at 8 AM a tropical depression developed in the Southwest Caribbean Sea, about 305 miles south-southwest of Kingston, Jamaica. Approximately 6 hours later, this depression became...
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Winter Outlook 2013 - 2014

Is an early season snow threat just around the corner? Find out here...

Although the official start of winter is still over two months away, parts of the I-95 corridor could see the first flakes of the year a lot sooner than that. As previously mentioned in an earlier...
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Weather and Sunspots

What can analyzing sunspots tell us about the future weather?

Image of the sun, courtesy of NASA.   As we head through fall and into winter, the importance of two oscillations in the Northern hemisphere increase dramatically. Namely, the Arctic Oscillation...
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