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Active 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season Ends

The early predictions of an active 2021 Atlantic hurricane season came true and today the season officially ends.

Written by Dustin Maddox, Meteorologist
Published 11/30/2021, 5:30:52 PM
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Air Force Offers New Space Weather Support Course

The Air Force is offering a new 6 week blended course that will take weather forecasts beyond the atmosphere by understanding the weather effects on terrestrial systems in support of multi-domain operations.

Written by Elizabeth Cline
Published 11/10/2021, 10:46:07 AM
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Extreme Weather Strikes Coast to Coast

Fall typically has unpredictable weather patterns, however this year is exceptional, with the Northeast Pacific experiencing both its strongest and third-strongest storms on record in a matter of just 72 hours.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 10/26/2021, 5:28:46 PM
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The Remnants of Hurricane Pamela Mixed with a Cold Front is Expected to Brings Low Temps and Showers

Wednesday night, Hurricane Pamela made landfall along the west coast of Mexico. As the storm continues to weaken, moisture from Pamela is spreading across the mountains of northern Mexico into Texas and the southern Plains, where the threat of flooding will continue through Friday.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 10/14/2021, 4:48:01 PM
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Tropical Storm Peter Emerges as New Tropical Depressions Form in the Atlantic

Tropical Storm Peter has formed in the tropical Atlantic. It has reached an organized circulation that meets the standard along with top wind speeds that are estimated to have reached 40 mph.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 9/19/2021, 3:47:27 PM
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As Ida's Remnants Trek North, Tropical Storm Kate Fizzles out and Tropical Storm Larry Forms

Within the last 24 hours, Hurricane Ida’s remnants caused flash flooding that destroyed around 20 homes and washed several trailers away in western Virginia. More severe weather is predicted today, with heavy rains stretching into New England and tornadoes likely in parts of the Appalachians.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 9/1/2021, 5:07:55 PM
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Hurricane Ida Expected to Become a Cat. 4 Storm as It Heads Towards Louisiana

Today, hurricane Ida tore through western Cuba and the Cayman Islands as a Category 1 storm, however, the storm is expected to strengthen into a stronger cyclone as it makes its way to the US Gulf Coast.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 8/27/2021, 5:07:28 PM
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Dozens Missing as Flash Flooding in Tennessee Killed 22, Including 7-Month-Old Twins

As of Monday afternoon, 22 people were found dead and 40 others missing after heavy rain and extreme flash floods overwhelmed parts of Middle Tennessee.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 8/23/2021, 2:54:32 PM
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Henri Forecast to Bring Hurricane Conditions to Long Island, Southern New England Tomorrow

We are closely monitoring Hurricane Henri, set to make landfall tomorrow either Long Island or Rhode Island. The system is expected to bring with it a dangerous combination of storm surge, hurricane conditions, isolated tornadoes, and flooding rainfall beginning as early as tonight.

Written by Dustin Maddox, Meteorologist
Published 8/21/2021, 6:03:39 PM
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Extreme Flooding Leaves 2 Dead, 20 Missing in North Carolina

Wednesday, the deadly remnants of former tropical depression Fred caused significant damage to the south with Haywood County of North Carolina bearing the brunt of the storm's destruction.

Written by Sarrah Pelorus
Published 8/19/2021, 5:06:09 PM
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