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Top Weather Events of 2013

Another whole year of weather has come and gone, and now that 2013 is officially in the books we thought it would be a good time to look back on some of the more extreme weather events. This past year certainly did have its fair share of active weather, not only here in the Northeast and Mid-Atla...

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Updated Newsletter Format


The WeatherWorks publication team is proud to announce an updated newsletter format. The design change was made to provide you with a more concise look at all of the intriguing articles produced by our meteorologists. In this way, you can peruse the opening of each article quickly ...

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E-Mail, Spam, & Your Forecasts


As the number of forecasts and alerts that WeatherWorks has issued in recent weeks has gone up markedly (thanks to the very active pattern that we have been in), we have received a few reports of our forecasts being labeled as Spam and not getting through.  The WeatherWorks IT...

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Mid-Winter Report Card

We know it's been cold and snowy, but how does the winter compare to normal so far?

Well the winter of 2013-2014 is just about at its half-way point. Meteorological winter is considered to be December, January and February; although winter weather will often linger into at least the...
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Ocean Effect Snow

**The above radar shows the strong ocean effect snow band over Essex County, MA in the afternoon on January 2nd**  The January 2nd coastal storm was certainly an interesting event, especially...
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