Seeing as June 20th is officially the last day of spring, we figured it would be a good time to take a look back on the spring of 2017. We start our analysis with the first day of spring, which was on March 20th, and take you up through the last day of spring. Let’s start by breaking this down month by month. March: Since spring didn’t technically begin until the 20th, we are only going to be looking at data from the 20th to the 31st of the month. But the saying “March comes in like a lion and…
Summer officially begins early Wednesday morning
WANE Weather Fans, Tuesday is the big day! We told you back in April that the United States Postal Service was set to release a unique stamp commemorating the Total Solar Eclipse of the Sun set to take place on August 21st.
Why a sunny morning can turn into a stormy afternoon.
It’s often helpful to compare different forecast models.
Temperatures and humidity will be both be lower.
The best window for severe storms is 2 AM – 6 AM
Strong and severe storm potential remains in the forecast from Saturday night into Sunday morning
Scattered storms through much of the weekend.
When the music plays at Jefferson Pointe’s Friday Nites Live concert this week, the rock and soul sounds of local band Urban Legend will be heard all around the courtyard fountain.
Time to get your BBQ Ribfest on.
For the remainder of our Wednesday evening, it looks like the severe threat is over for our area. A slim chance exists for strong storms on Thursday across the region.
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 »
Another day of active weather is expected for tomorrow.
Cooler than average temperatures expected.
The past two of days have been in the 90s, and the next couple of days look to be much of the same. We … More »
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June 11 is now tied with May 18th as the hottest day of 2017, and they will likely be replaced tomorrow.
The heat is hard on more than just humans! Don’t forget about our four-footed friends.
We look at dewpoint, which is basically a measure of how much water is in the air.