Fall Foliage 2017 Outlook

Fall foliage, a sure sign of the changing of seasons. This year, some areas of the country will enjoy a spectacular show of oranges, yellows, and reds, but for others, the weather hasn't been playing nice and the results will show in the foliage (or should we say, lack thereof!). Read on to find out where you'll find the best leaf colors this Fall.
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Early Season Storms Nothing to Scoff At: 45th Anniversary of Hurricane Agnes Flooding

As the remnants of Cindy spill down across the eastern U.S., we're reminded of another early season tropical cyclone that brought heavy rain: Hurricane Agnes. It was 45 years ago this week that Hurricane Agnes made landfall in the U.S. and would later cause some of the most devastating flooding on record across parts of the Northeast.
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December 2016 U.S. and Global Weather Summary

U.S. and Global recap of the weather that was December 2016.
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2016 Fall Foliage Outlook: More Duds Than Studs

Fall foliage enthusiasts beware, this year's foliage is shaping up to be dull and short-lived. The weather has been nothing short of terrible for fall foliage across pretty much the entire nation. Hot and dry weather in the East, too much rain in the Midwest, and long-term severe drought in the West are working to make sure this year will be a dud for foliage.
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Record Smashing Weather Week

We've been record-smashing all over the place this week. Record warmth in the Northeast has human, plants, and beasts alike confusing March for May, meanwhile, record rainfall in the ArkLaMiss and East Texas area continues to fall.
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