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Dangerous Surf Conditions

“My #1 rule of thumb for the beach is never turn your back on the water.”

One of the best parts of living on the coast is the beach.

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Ensemble Models Hint at Potential Snow Event

The latest Ensemble European Forecast Models are a snow lovers dream across much of the interior Northeast including Northern New England.  As I have always reminded my readers, “snow breeds more snow” and with a hefty snow pack over northern New England, we should begin to see the storm track start to shift a bit further south as we head into the middle portion of December. 153 more words

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Climate Change and Extreme Weather Go Together

A recent article from Washington Post focused on relatively “super-hot” temperatures near the North Pole. The title read like a hyperbolic announcement: “The North Pole is an insane 36 degrees warmer than normal as winter descends” 1,543 more words

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Coastal Storm Looking more Potent Monday; Steadier Rainfall Likely

The North American Model (NAM) seems to have a better handle on the current rainfall slug sitting across North Carolina this evening. The Global Forecast System and others seem late to the game on this system. 90 more words

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Temperature Roller Coaster this week, Possible Weekend Nor'easter?

Finally a welcomed hard freeze tonight to kill off the mold spores and ragweed that has been causing allergies to fester through the prolonged Indian Summer weather of late. 145 more words

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Wild weather in New England; hurricane force winds at Mt. Washington

A strong Nor’easter brought snowfall to higher elevations of New England on the weekend of October 22 – 23, 2016. Other parts of southern New England experienced downpours, including thunderstorms, prior to the passage of a cold front associated with the low pressure system. 326 more words

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From Drought to Deluge... Some Models Show up to 7" of Rain falling across our Region!

Image above courtesy (NOAA) shows upwards of 5 to 7″ of rainfall possible across the Washington Region through Friday morning!

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