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Snow Drought

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Snow Drought in the East Photo by osama alzubaidi on Pexels.com February 2020 was 29 days this year and it is over. The meteorological spring calendar has officially started. As for the East Coast, snow has very limited this past winter. There has been 2 cities that broke records for no snowfall during the month… Continue reading Snow Drought

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Warming Trend for the Northeast

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Warming Trend for the Northeast Photo by Public Domain Photography on Pexels.com Spring 2020 is just 20 days away and March 1st is this Sunday which starts the meteorological spring calendar. The Northeast just had a blast of arctic air and blizzard conditions through New England. This was another short lived cold spell, the Northeast… Continue reading Warming Trend for the Northeast

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Snowstorm For The Interior Northeast

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Snowstorm For The Interior Northeast There is a large storm system that will be moving through the Northeast and New England Wednesday February 26 2020 into Thursday February 27 2020. This storm could produce some snow for areas in the Northeast that have been in a snow drought all winter long. But the snow will… Continue reading Snowstorm For The Interior Northeast

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Earliest Spring Since 1896 is Amazing

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Earliest Spring Since 1896 is Amazing Spring Vernal Equinox is just around the corner. Residents around the country who are ready for a early spring are going to get what they asked for. The 2020 equinox will arrive 18 hours early than it did 2019. This will be the first time in United States, including… Continue reading Earliest Spring Since 1896 is Amazing

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Surprising Record Warmth

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January 2020 Surprising Record Warmth Photo by Louis on Pexels.com January 2020 was recorded as the hottest month since records of climate have been kept for 141 years. According to the NOAA, the land and ocean surface temperatures was 2.05 F, surpassing the record that was set in 2016. There has been no land or… Continue reading Surprising Record Warmth

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Arctic Blast for Valentines Day 2020

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Arctic Blast for Valentines Day 2020 Some of the coldest air so far this winter season is coming and just in time for Valentines Day. The arctic air is making its way from Canada into the Northern Plains on Wednesday. With the clash of cold air with this front and storm system that is the… Continue reading Arctic Blast for Valentines Day 2020

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Spring Forecast 2020

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Spring Forecast 2020 The halfway point for winter is here. Days are slowly getting longer which means the suns rays will get stronger. http://www.accuweather.com has released their spring forecast. I am going to break down what Accuweather is predicating. Photo Courtesy of http://www.accuweather.com Northeast, Ohio Valley and New England Now, as you can imagine this… Continue reading Spring Forecast 2020

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Polar Vortex Returning?

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Polar Vortex May Make a Comeback January 2020 the polar vortex was absent from most of the U.S. January had really mild temperatures around the nation. But things can change for a lot of areas around the country. February normally is a very cold month even though the days are starting to get longer. The… Continue reading Polar Vortex Returning?

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