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March Weather Summary

The “polar vortex” pattern continued to dominate the Midwest to the Northeast U.S. and southeastern Canada for most March, with hot and dry conditions proliferating the widespread drought conditions and wildfires from the Desert Southwest.  Powerful snowstorms hammered the Great

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December Weather Summary

December of 2013 will be remembered for the massive ice storms that slammed the southern Great Plains through the Mississippi and western Ohio River Valleys to Great Lakes Region.  The first ice storm dropped 1/2″ to 1″ of freezing rain

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November Weather Summary

The first half of November 2013 was relatively quiet, except for a few storm systems that dumped 1-2 feet of snow at the highest elevations of the northern Rocky Mountains.  The second half of the month was exactly the opposite

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Severe Weather Outbreaks possible Thursday to even Saturday!

Forecast models still in agreement on multi-day outbreak of severe weather from the Southern Great Plains all the way to the Corn Belt as the surface low is not forecast to migrate from northern KS to Iowa from Thursday to

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Supercells and Tornadoes Possible Friday Afternoon – Forecast Overview

If the latest NAM model is even remotely accurate with moisture return, isolated TORNADOES are very possible tomorrow in the TX/OK Panhandles to as far north as southwest Kansas. Plan is for Dominator team to surge west for this chase

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West Coast to East Coast Tropical Cyclones

Colorado isn’t the only location in North America with potentially deadly flooding… MAJOR flooding problems developing in central Mexico with Hurricane Ingrid approaching from the E to make land fall in the next 12-24 hours, and the added moisture from

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