Monthly Archives: July 2018

The main story of this evening is mugginess, and more rain is in our future.

We now think the chance of showers is just 20 percent.

  • Matt Rogers
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  • Jul 31
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Year-to-date it's one of the top ten wettest stretches through July on record.

The heat sends a toddler named Hudson into a meltdown.

The wet and humid pattern that began in mid-July may carry onward into August.

  • Matt Rogers
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  • Jul 31
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It won't rain all day every day, but some heavy downpours and flooding are certainly possible today through at least Friday or Saturday.

  • Matt Rogers
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  • Jul 31
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We're back in the soup. That comes along with occasional downpours.

Scientists are trying to figure out how strong the next solar cycle will be while understanding the implications of the current solar minimum.

  • Joe Kunches
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  • Jul 30
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Crews are struggling, at least in part, because they have never seen fires behave like this.

The atmospheric river threatens to deliver more drenching and possibly flooding rains.

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