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Massive Flooding in Florida and Alabama’s Coast

/ May 2nd, 2014 / Comments Off

The massive storm system that wreaked havoc this week in parts of the Midwest and South has dumped up to two feet of rain across Florida’s panhandle and other parts of the Gulf Coast early Wednesday. Scores of people were stranded in their homes and

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Weekend Thunderstorms Result in Damages Across Michigan

/ April 14th, 2014 / Comments Off

A series of severe thunderstorms made their way across southern and mid-Michigan this past weekend, dumping heavy amounts of rain and doing widespread wind damage. The strong winds were packing speeds in excess of 60 miles per hour in many areas which ripped roofs off

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Severe Weather on Tap for Plains Midwest

/ April 12th, 2014 / Comments Off

Forecasters are warning that a very moisture-laden storm system will be taking shape in the western part of the US that will head into the Plains and Midwest this weekend. This system is expected to produce very spring-like weather that will drop heavy rainfall. By

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Tornadoes & Severe Weather Ravaging South and Midwest

/ April 3rd, 2014 / Comments Off

During the early weeks of April, it is not unlikely that the United States begins to see severe weather. True to the predictions, this week has been rough for many of the Plains states, as they have been seeing very severe weather conditions. This storm

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Severe Weather In the Forecast For the Rest Of the Week

/ April 1st, 2014 / Comments Off

As expected this time of year, a pattern of severe storms will be hitting the central United States throughout the week and into the weekend. The plains states will see the worst of this system, but other parts of the country will also see minor

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Rain Causing Flooding Across New England

/ March 31st, 2014 / Comments Off

A widespread storm system is dumping heavy rainfall on the East Coast which is causing flooding in several states including Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. On Sunday, the National Weather Service issued a flood warning for all counties in the state of Rhode Island. Meanwhile,

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Deep Freeze In the Forecast For Much of the South This Week

/ March 25th, 2014 / Comments Off

Spring began last week and parts of the south are beginning to see trees and flowers in full bloom. Unfortunately, these milder temperatures are going to be short lived. By the end of this week, another swath of cold temperatures will move down into the

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More Snow Predicted to Close out Winter Before Spring Hits

/ March 18th, 2014 / Comments Off

Spring is right around the corner, yet winter is going out with a bang for the Rockies, northern Plains, Upper Midwest and northern New England throughout the rest of the week. Through Tuesday and Wednesday snow and rain from South Dakota to Nebraska will be

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Snow and Ice in the Forecast For the United States Midweek

/ March 11th, 2014 / Comments Off

Milder temperatures have been soaring through the United States throughout the beginning of the week, but unfortunately, it will only be short lived. Just as many people thought that the winter season was coming to a close, Winter Storm Vulcan will be tearing its way

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Polar Vortex Round Three Returns To Midwest This Week

/ February 25th, 2014 / Comments Off

March is just around the corner, and you’re probably thinking about putting away the heavy clothing and bringing out some lighter alternatives. Unfortunately, the forecast is not looking like it going to warm up, so it may be in your best interest to leave the

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