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Colder Weather Coming Late September - Monday, September 17, 2018

September has been quite warm so far for many areas of the USA in the western states and far east while a sliver of colder than normal temperatures have been reported over the central and southcentral areas of the country.     &nbs (full story)

Florence – All Eyes on the East Coast - Monday, September 10, 2018

All the stars are lining up to bring Hurricane Florence onto the East Coast (especially the Mid Atlantic) by the end of this week and into the weekend. While there may be some small north-south variations in the track between now and landfall, confi (full story)

Wet Weather in the Midwest - Wednesday, September 5, 2018

It has been very wet in the Corn Belt and Upper Midwest over the past few weeks. Rainfall has been excessive in some areas, especially in eastern Nebraska, Iowa and portions of Wisconsin and Minnesota. Even some of the dry areas of Missouri and east (full story)

August Snow? - Monday, August 27, 2018

By Don Day, Jr., Meteorologist A late summer cold front will roll through the Rockies for the beginning of the week bringing the first snows of the late summer season to the mountains of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming this weekend. Snow levels (full story)

El Nino or No El Nino? - Tuesday, August 21, 2018

By Don Day, Jr., Meteorologist As we look ahead into the fall and winter season it is critical to begin to understand the mood of the Pacific Ocean regarding what the fall and winter season will bring the U.S. Pockets of warm and cool water (full story)

Smoky Skies - Monday, August 13, 2018

By Don Day, Jr., Meteorologist It has been another very active wildfire season in the western states this summer. California and many areas of the central and southern Rockies have had to endure another season of numerous and large wildfires (full story)

Drought Update - Monday, August 6, 2018

As we head into the homestretch for the remainder of the summer season let’s look at where we are with drought conditions across the U.S. Below is the most recent drought status update. While most of the key growing areas of the country are (full story)

Cooling Trend Expected Across the U.S. - Monday, July 23, 2018

By Don Day, Jr., Meteorologist For the week ahead expect a cooling trend across a large swath of the central United States. Temperatures along the east slope to the Rockies to the Midwest and a large portion of the corn belt will have cooler (full story)

Rest of July - Monday, July 16, 2018

By Don Day, Jr., Meteorologist As we head into the second half of July many are wondering if the heat of late June and early July will persist for the last two weeks of the month. The answer is yes, more heat if you are in the far western (full story)

Some Heat Relief - Monday, July 9, 2018

By Don Day, Jr., Meteorologist Many areas of the nation have had some very hot weather since last days of June and into the first week of July. This has been especially true in the central and northeast areas of the nation. The graphic below (full story)

Summer Swelter - Monday, July 2, 2018

By Don Day, Jr., Meteorologist The last couple days of June and first few days of July have brought the hottest temperatures of the summer so far to most of the nation. In addition to the heat, there has also been rainfall, at times quite (full story)