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Severe Storms to Fire From Texas to Nebraska Friday

By Alex Sosnowski – AccuWeather

Another round of thunderstorms, some locally severe, will erupt from southwestern Nebraska to central Texas into Friday night. The worst of the storms may focus farther south. 136 more words

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Nebraska to Texas at Risk for Severe Storms Thursday

By Jordan Root – AccuWeather

Following strong storms on Wednesday, another round of threatening weather will rumble across part of the Central states Thursday afternoon into Thursday night. 130 more words

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Strong Storms to Rumble Across Plains Wednesday

By Jordan Root – AccuWeather

An upper-level disturbance that brought gusty winds and snow to parts of the West on Tuesday will kick up strong storms across the Plains on Wednesday as it churns eastward. 182 more words

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Flood Threat to Escalate Along Gulf Coast This Week

By Brian Lada – AccuWeather

The danger of flooding will be on the rise this week across the Southeast as rounds of rain drench the region. 158 more words

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Finding Success in the Field of Meteorology

Many aspiring meteorologists dream of one day working at the National Weather Service, and since I am often asked about my path to get to where I currently am (the NWS in Flagstaff, Arizona) I figured I would write about some of my experiences. 1,311 more words

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The Difference Between Tornado Watches and Warnings

April 9, 2015 – AccuWeather

While the peak occurrences for severe weather events in the United States happen between March and October, severe weather can occur at any time. 167 more words

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New Weather Pattern to Help Historic California Drought

By Brian Lada – AccuWeather

It is well known that California is in the midst of a historic drought, but a change in the weather pattern could help ease its severity. 194 more words

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