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Tornadoes, Flooding & Damaging Winds for the I-95 Today

A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH (pink) is in effect through 7 PM ET. Gusts to 70 mph and quarter size hail are also possible in the watch region. Today Additional severe weather threats linger through the evening especially up into the Tri-State area of CT-NY-NJ. Damaging winds will pose the most widespread risk, however, a few…

27 May 2022, 2:10 pm

Enhanced Risk for Severe Weather Memorial Day Weekend

A potent trough is moving out of the Pacific Northwest and will bring energy needed for severe weather chances in the northern Plains. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has highlighted the risk of severe weather in the high Plains through Monday! Today We have the opportunity for strong and potentially severe storms in the High…

27 May 2022, 2:05 pm

SE at Risk for Severe Storms & Heavy Rain Today

As a cold front moves towards the I-95 corridor today, more numerous severe storms are expected, this comes on the heels of an active day in the Southeast yesterday with numerous wind and flooding reports. Outlook A slight risk has been issued across eastern portions of the Carolinas, with an marginal risk for severe storms…

27 May 2022, 2:00 pm

Heavy Snow for the Cascades & Rockies this Weekend

The pattern in the Pacific Northwest will remain active with scattered rain showers and high elevation snow. We will see the same potent trough linger over the PNW and create a very active pattern through the weekend. Alerts Winter weather alerts are in place for the Cascades as we will see up to 12" of…

27 May 2022, 1:55 pm

Black Fire Now New Mexico's 3rd Largest

The Black Fire in New Mexico is rapidly growing after starting just 2 weeks ago, the fire behavior is erratic and it is the largest producer of smoke in the area. The largest fire in state history is now  the Hermit's Peak/Calf Canyon fire which stands at over 310k acres burned. Containment is growing, but…

27 May 2022, 1:50 pm

Tropics Update: Areas of Potential Development

Right now the Atlantic is quiet, but we are turning our attention to the Pacific where there are two areas of potential development over the next 5 days. E. Pacific There are no named storms, but an area of low pressure that is being monitored for the risk of development into a tropical system. Right…

27 May 2022, 1:45 pm

June Outlook Brings More Warmth

The June outlook is highlighting warmer than normal temperatures across much of the nation. That's according to NOAA's Climate Prediction Center, issuing the 30 day forecast recently. Above average temperatures are expected across the southern two-thirds of the nation. Only the Pacific Northwest coast is predicted to see a cooler than normal month. The first…

27 May 2022, 3:00 am

Twenty Years of Drought Examined

[This aerial view of Lake Mead shows declining water levels. Credit: NOAA Drought Task Force] [Written by NOAA NCEI]  If you live in the United States, you’ve probably experienced some type of drought over the past two decades. Drought impacts look different in different areas of the country and can range from water shortages and restrictions…

27 May 2022, 2:30 am

May La Nina Update: Piece of Cake

[Still cool: Sea surface temperatures across the tropical Pacific remained below average in April 2022. NOAA Climate image from our Data Snapshots collection.] [From NOAA Climate written by Emily Becker]   La Niña continued through April, and forecasters estimate a 61% chance of a La Niña three-peat for next fall and early winter. Current El Niño/Southern…

27 May 2022, 2:00 am
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