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Hurricane Beryl Continues to Barrel through the Caribbean

Hurricane Beryl is only the second storm of the season and it's already breaking records!

Written by Meteorologist Mary Wasson
Published 7/3/2024, 12:33:50 AM
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The NWS rolled out a new heat tool just in time for summer

The NWS is using a new tool to help protect Americans from heat exposure, called HeatRisk.

Written by Meteorologist Mary Wasson
Published 6/13/2024, 1:58:01 AM
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Breaking Down the "One of a Kind" Derecho Event in Houston, TX

A derecho moved across Houston, TX on the evening of May 16th causing massive damage to downtown and leaving one million people in the dark.

Written by Meteorologist Mary Wasson
Published 5/25/2024, 7:56:44 AM
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Hurricane season is less than a month away. Are you ready?

It's Hurricane Preparedness Week and WeatherTap wants you to be ready on June 1st.

Written by Meteorologist Mary Wasson
Published 5/7/2024, 6:32:18 PM
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Above Average Forecast for the 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Colorado State University put out their 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Forecast and it has an above average forecast.

Written by Mary Wasson, Meteorologist
Published 4/24/2024, 12:49:06 AM
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Will we see clouds for the total solar eclipse?

A total solar eclipse is happening on Monday for a good portion of the United States. What can you expect?

Written by Meteorologist Mary Wasson
Published 4/6/2024, 12:48:52 AM
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Severe weather, heavy snow and warmer temperatures all sum up the Easter holiday weekend

Easter weekend will come with a mixed bag of weather, so what can you expect?

Written by Meteorologist Mary Wasson
Published 3/30/2024, 12:31:35 AM
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The Largest Wildfire in Texas History was Started by Downed Powerlines

The largest fire in the state of Texas was caused by downed powerlines and then spread through high winds.

Written by Mary Wasson, Meteorologist
Published 3/9/2024, 10:07:40 AM
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A "Sometimes Lake" has Emerged in the Driest Place on Earth.

Active weather over Southern California has created this "sometimes" lake in Death Valley National Park.

Written by Meteorologist Mary Wasson
Published 2/27/2024, 12:05:35 AM
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Punxsutawney Phill isn't the Only Weather Prognosticator in the United States

Punxsutawney Phil predicts the weather but there have been several more animal prognosticators popping up all over the United States.

Written by Mary Wasson, Meteorologist
Published 2/2/2024, 7:09:43 PM
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