Fury Tracker 15 is making a stop at the New Haven Kroger store tonight (821 Lincoln Hwy W). Meteorologists Greg Shoup, Rob Lydick and Hannah Strong will all be there to fill you in on the importance of having a weather radio in your home. Weather radios are available for purchase and the weather team will program them for free. If you already have a weather radio, you can bring it in and have the team check to make sure it is set properly, so that it only goes off for the counties for which you want to receive alerts.…
As Hannah mentioned in an earlier post hurricane science has begun. To educate people NASA is bringing out different radar and model simulations it … More »
Today’s thick cloud cover has cleared out just in time for us to see the International Space Station fly overhead tonight.
At 10:40, a … More »
Being safe in all kinds of weather conditions is what the National Weather Service promotes as a “Weather Ready Nation”. There are several things … More »
On Wednesday (May 27), NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center released their outlook for this hurricane season in the Atlantic. Their result suggests that this will … More »
Just as forecast, our area saw some very heavy rainfall beginning yesterday afternoon and still continuing into this morning. Much of the rain that … More »
If you watched WANE-TV today, you probably saw Chief Meteorologist Nicholas Ferreri cut in to your programming at least once to tell you about … More »
It’s hard to believe, but the end of May is right around the corner. As of this morning, we’re currently running 0.77″ below average … More »
Just a quick update on our Saturday rain and storm chances.
Two changes have occurred in the forecast since Greg’s previous post. It now … More »
Showers and storms will become more likely and more organized by Saturday afternoon and evening. You can see the shower and storm activity very … More »
Over the next 2 days, Friday and Saturday, a few strong storms may develop that could bring gusty, damaging winds and some hail – … More »
I had an interesting photo sent to me today from a buddy of a storm spotter. He wanted to know what the heck was … More »