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Another Rain Surplus for the Midwest: June 2017

After a hot start, the second half of June 2017 featured lots of rain and cooler conditions. 

June 2017 came in as another wet month for the Midwest. The typical hot and stifling weather that the central United States can often see in June was held in check for at least another month, though...
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June 2017: Ups, Downs, & Severe Weather

June started cool, heated up, then severe weather & even remnants of Cindy rolled thru! 

Despite being the first month of meteorological summer, June was very much a roller coaster across the East Coast. A cold front leftover from May meandered through the Northeast, allowing...
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Weather and the Air We Breathe

Ever see an Air Quality Alert? Meteorologist Nate Wiles explains what it means & why it's important.

Before we walk outside, most of us tend to be fairly cognizant of whether we need to bring a jacket to work or if we can get away with shorts for just one more day, but what we usually fail to...
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5 Years Ago: The June 2012 Derecho

One of the more memorable severe weather events to impact Midwest/mid-Atlantic.

When called upon to remember a significant weather event within the last 10 years or so, some may bring up a powerful snow storm or blizzard. But for those that were within the path of the June 29,...
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Cool and Wet Pattern Dominates May 2017

May 2017 had many thinking summer weather would never occur...

Spring felt as if it would never leave us in May 2017, despite it being the last month of the season. As a result, those wanting warm weather and early signs of summer only got their wish for a few...
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