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'Major' Coastal Flooding Coming

Strong winds and dangerous storm surge will continue to work up the East coast this weekend from Florida to South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey and the Long Island Sound. Coastal flood alerts have been issued for the low-lying areas in these states for storm surge inundation up to 2 feet for many,…

16 Nov 2019, 12:00 pm

Top 5 Videos of the Week - Nov. 10-16

  Our Top 5 Videos of the Week captures winter weather during the Fall months and an amazing light snow! The first video is the best example of why you need to slow down when the roads are hazardous.  Watch closely as a vehicle slides out of control and into a Wyoming Highway Patrol…

16 Nov 2019, 6:24 am

Wind, Rain, and Flooding with Coastal Low

The Southeast and Middle Atlantic will see lots of wind, heavy rain, and possible flooding this weekend as a coastal low affects the region. Flood and wind alerts are in effect for the region, which you can read more about at this link.  Here's a detailed look at what can be expected for residents: The low…

15 Nov 2019, 9:00 am

New Tropical Storm in Eastern Pacific

As the hurricane season comes to a close for 2019, we have now another named storm to add to the list:  Raymond. Tropical Storm Raymond formed Friday morning in the Eastern Pacific with sustained winds at 45 mph and a forward movement of 7 mph to the north/northwest. Raymond is expected to continue to track…

15 Nov 2019, 8:58 am

November El Nino Update: Remaining Neutral

[NOAA by Emily Becker]   El Nino is pretty quiet right now, with neutral conditions firmly in place. Forecasters estimate about a 70% chance that neutral conditions will continue through the winter, and a 60-65% chance through spring. With El Nino snoozing in the backyard, we’ll take a tour of the tropical neighborhood to see who else is out…

15 Nov 2019, 1:41 am

Possible Alberta Clipper?

From time to time, you may have heard the terminology an 'Alberta Clipper'. But do you know or have you ever been curious as to what an Alberta Clipper exactly is? WeatherNation takes the time to explain the characteristics of what an Alberta Clipper is and who is likely impacted by it. Below are the…

14 Nov 2019, 12:13 pm

Arctic Air Blankets the Eastern U.S.

Another round of record setting cold kicked off Wednesday morning from the Great Lakes all the way down to the Gulf Coast! This morning (Thursday) started the same way, mainly along the Eastern Seaboard with more records tied or broken. Temperatures are expected to stay below average the next couple of days with a slow…

14 Nov 2019, 8:30 am

Poor Air Quality Continues in the Northwest

A large ridge of high pressure aloft over the Northwest has lead to very stagnant air and poor air quality over the last couple of weeks.  People with respiratory issues will need to monitor the forecast. Here is the very latest: Alerts The poor air quality continues over areas of Washington, Oregon and Idaho with…

14 Nov 2019, 6:00 am

Lake Effect Snow Ramps Up

In the wake of a vigorous winter storm, a cold temperatures and a brisk breeze will usher in another round of lake effect snow for the Great Lakes. Some areas have already seen well over a foot of snow. WeatherNation meteorologist Joe Astolfi explains how lake effect snow works. Favored locations downwind of…

13 Nov 2019, 6:00 am