Monthly Archives: April 2018

Lows in the 40s and highs near 80. Low-humidity magic!

The quiet severe weather season may be about to end. Thunderstorms that could produce tornadoes are possible this week.

Five days after he was swept out into the ocean by a fierce current, the body of a 4-year-old boy was found Monday. Rip currents are thought to cause more than 100 drownings a year in the U.S.

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Author Andrew Revkin discusses his new book, which weaves together the history of weather in 100 succinct narratives.

The warmth arrives this week with highs in the 80s and perhaps a day or two in the 90s.

  • Matt Rogers
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  • Apr 30
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A nice, though crisp, night for baseball. A light jacket or fleece will keep you comfortable.

We could hit 80 as soon as Tuesday.

Many locations will fall into the 30s tonight under clear skies and light winds.

  • Greg Porter
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  • Apr 29
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The second half of our weekend is markedly different from the first, as we turn much cooler. And, oof, that wind!

  • Brian Jackson
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  • Apr 29
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Feeling more like early April (late March?) even as we close in on May.

  • Brian Jackson
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  • Apr 29
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