This week (June 18-14, 2017) is National Lightning Safety Awareness Week.
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Summer officially begins early Wednesday morning
Why a sunny morning can turn into a stormy afternoon.
Temperatures and humidity will be both be lower.
Scattered storms through much of the weekend.
Time to get your BBQ Ribfest on.
Storms will cover more areas by this afternoon with several risk factors that could make them severe. The Wind will be a big factor … More »
Cooler than average temperatures expected.
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To see cool details, you’ll need a telescope.
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Temperatures will increase and so will humidity
Cooler air and some gusty winds have been prominent in today’s weather pattern.
Today’s weather pattern is something we haven’t seen a lot of this spring and now summer season. It’s actually quiet for a change. Higher … More »
Cooler than average for the week ahead.
Your Calendar may not say it but today begins what atmospheric scientists term Meteorological summer.
How will this summer compare to the very wet 2011 and last year’s rainfall totals?
May will end up second in the rankings.
Historical rainfall totals this year.
Top 5 wettest of all-time
Heavy rainfall expected this afternoon and tonight.