Geologist Glenn Thackray warned Idaho a decade ago that it was vulnerable near where Tuesday's tremor hit.
Gusts out of the north may be around 40 mph late tomorrow.
A stronger than usual polar vortex provided the right ingredients for stratospheric ozone to be destroyed in the winter.
The temperature averaged more than six degrees above normal and 2020 ranks as the second warmest year on record to date in Washington.
We should trend somewhat warmer into the weekend as we stay mostly dry.
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Rain totals are quite light. Some spots north may not see much at all.
Water temperatures are running about three degrees above normal and have contributed to record warmth along the Gulf Coast.
The second half of the month may turn a bit more showery, but we foresee lots of mild, dry weather.
Temperatures drop back to more seasonable levels as clouds dominate our skies on Tuesday.
A more seasonable weather pattern is settling in for much of the rest of the week.
The atmosphere was nearly 4 percent "heavier" than average
Deep down, we knew it would be Jonesboro’s turn again someday. And it will be yet again.
Mountain summits on Kauai have seen nearly 80 inches of rain this March.
A little rain is possible late Tuesday into Wednesday and possibly Sunday.
Keep an eye on the sky this evening as a few isolated showers and storms may pop up.
At least six injuries were reported in the area.
From movies to cloud-watching, there's plenty to keep you entertained.
Clouds hang tough this morning into early afternoon, but then we should break into partial sun and warmth.
Sunday will be warmer, eventually. It may take most of the day to break out of the cool, easterly flow plaguing the area as we speak.
Outbreak of violent thunderstorms predicted between St. Louis and Chicago.
The typical ups and downs of spring continue. Sunday is the pick of the weekend.
Much cooler conditions are here for tomorrow. Then it's near 80 Sunday.
Violent storms could threaten Chicago, but the greatest tornado risk is expected to its southwest.
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