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Severe Chances for the Lone Star State This Afternoon and Evening

A cold front diving south into Texas will bring increasing showers and storms with the risk of damaging winds and hail.  Here is the very latest severe forecast. Severe Outlook Isolated to scattered severe storms are likely today from Del Rio to Dallas, Texas. Parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas could also see some severe storms,…

12 Apr 2021, 7:37 am

High Plains and Midwest Snow Chances

A low pressure system moving in from Canada is bringing in cooler temperatures across the High Plains through the Midwestern United States. Moisture has been moving into North Dakota in the form of rain today but later tonight, snowfall will start across these areas. Forecast Yes, it's spring but winter still lingers! (I always think…

12 Apr 2021, 7:02 am

Snow Returns to the Rockies This Week

A storm system will move into the West once again this week, bringing snow back to the mountains. Moisture will be building aloft, and with cold air in place, snow will accumulate Tuesday through Thursday with more than a foot possible in the highest mountain peaks. Winter storm watches have been posted for the Snowy…

12 Apr 2021, 7:00 am

High Fire Danger Continues in the Southwest

Warm temperatures, low humidity and strong winds over the last couple of weeks have lead to many brush fires and fire weather alerts in the West. To start this week, the fire danger concerns are focused primarily on the desert Southwest where fire weather alerts are in place from today through Wednesday. Red Flag Warnings…

12 Apr 2021, 5:00 am

March was Warm and Dry for Many with a Wet Bull’s-Eye in the Heartland

[Written from NOAA and NOAA Climate] According to the latest U.S. monthly climate summary from the National Centers for Environmental Information, the average temperature for March 2021 was 45.5 degrees Fahrenheit, 4 degrees warmer than the twentieth-century average. This ranked in the warmest third of the 127-year period of record. Above-average temperatures were observed across…

12 Apr 2021, 2:00 am

Severe Weather Risk Continues in Florida Sunday

Strong thunderstorms are expected to continue across the Florida Peninsula through this Sunday. We are expecting storms to intensify in a line-segment bringing in primarily a strong wind threat and possible damaging downdraft winds. A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued until 8 PM ET for South Florida for winds up to 70 mph, isolated…

11 Apr 2021, 2:01 pm

Severe Storms Possible Over the Mid-Atlantic Sunday

A spinning upper-level low over the Midwest is pushing east a cold front that could initiate strong to severe storms in the Mid-Atlantic but rain showers are expected to continue through the Midwest. Current Outlooks A 'marginal' or level I risk for severe storms has been defined by the Storm Prediction Center from the Midwest…

11 Apr 2021, 12:55 pm

Flash Flood Threat Continues in the Southeast Through Sunday

A powerful storm system that brought widespread severe weather to the South Friday into Saturday has also caused numerous issues with flooding and flash flooding across the Deep South and Southeast. Heavy rain is expected to continue for portions of the Southeast, including Georgia, and Florida, which could lead to additional flash flooding issues through…

10 Apr 2021, 1:30 pm

1st Helicopter Flight on Mars Delayed to Wednesday

NASA' Jet Propulsion Laboratory announced Saturday that the attempt to fly the first powered, controlled flight on Mars has been delayed to no earlier than Wednesday, April 14th. Back in February, NASA successfully landed their Mars 2020/Perseverance rover on the Red Planet on the Jezaro Crater.  Arriving with it, a helicopter named Ingenuity that's…

10 Apr 2021, 1:00 pm