Archive for January, 2013

Midwest Experiencing the Best or Should we Say Worst of Old Man Winter

/ January 29th, 2013 / Comments Off

People living in the Midwest have been riding a weather roller coaster lately. Just last week cities all across the Midwest from Minneapolis to Detroit were in the deep-freeze with daytime highs not reaching much above the 0 mark on thermometers. When the arctic air

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Subzero Temperatures on Way for Much of US

/ January 17th, 2013 / Comments Off

The first half of January have been unusually mild for most of the United States as temperatures have been five to ten degrees higher than normal with some places seeing twenty to thirty degree above average temps. Well that is about to change as warm

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Southern States Bracing For Severe Storms This Week

/ January 9th, 2013 / Comments Off

The National Weather Service has a flash flood watch in effect for the eastern portion of Texas and surrounding areas which will expire by dawn Thursday. The service is warning that up to five inches of rain could fall which will undoubtedly cause flash flooding.

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Cold Weather Strikes Eastern US

/ January 3rd, 2013 / Comments Off

The latest weather prediction models for the US predict that a cold winter is in store for parts of the US and so far, it’s holding true. What’s the cause? Well, believe it or not, it can be blamed on the snow cover in Siberia.

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