A cold front sweeping through the region this evening brings showers and some strong wind gusts. We dry out overnight and Wednesday.
The trendy explanation for the recent cold winters is that climate change made them worse. But two new studies say not so fast.
As of the end of March, the snowpack is a startling 6 percent of normal, by far the lowest on record.
Maysak has peak winds of 160 mph, and has set several historical milestones for becoming so strong so early in the typhoon season.
Spring put on a glowing sunrise performance this morning.
In parts of South Carolina and Georgia this morning, the sky was transformed into a turbulent gray sea filled with massive, rolling waves
The Weather Channel’s aggressive ad campaign attempts to cast a spotlight on its live, real-time coverage compared to its competition.
Moving forward, we no longer see the potential for sustained cold and/or accumulating snow.
I’m stopping short of advertising a beautiful, warm week but, compared to previous weeks, it’s a step in the right direction.
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