Wet Weekend Pattern Returns

Wet weather returns to the weekend forecast for the MId-Atlantic after a relatively dry Father's Day weekend. Wet weather will be widespread from the Northern Rockies to the East, but Texas dries out after a week of heavy rainfall. Cool across the Midwest and Northeast this weekend relative to normal, but get set for some hot weather as we head into July!
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Oklahoma Sets New Tornado Record

We're off to a less active than normal severe weather season in the heart of Tornado Alley. That includes Oklahoma where this has been a record slow start to the year with 0 tornadoes reported! How long will the tornado drought last?
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Warmer Weather Arrives In the East, But It Comes At a Cost

We're in for a couple of wild weather days, but don't blame it all on Friday the 13th! These types of storms with multiple weather hazards are not uncommon for spring, but folks across the U.S. are gearing up for wildfire threats, snow, severe storms, and even a bit of warmer weather.
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March Weather Madness Continues With Nor'easter #4

March's weather madness continues in the Northeast as we're monitoring yet another Nor'easter that may impact the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. The details and exact track of the storm have yet to be determined, but expect the mid-week period of the 2nd to last week of March to be another active one for the Northeast.
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March Madness: Nor'easter #2 Wraps Up With More Trouble On The Horizon

The second Nor'easter in less than a week caused more headaches for the Northeast dumping upwards of 3' of snow and bringing down more trees and power lines. We'll have a brief second to catch our breath before the next threat of a Nor'easter arrives early next week. Details are still sketchy so stay tuned as March Madness continues!
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