Hurricane Florence - A Distant Threat

After a deep slumber, the Atlantic Basin has jolted awake and is not bursting with activity. Tropical Storm Gordon made the first run at the U.S., making landfall in the first week of September west of the Alabama-Mississippi border, and now we turn our attention to the other storms out in the Atlantic. Hurricane Florence's forecast has become more menacing in the past few days withe forecast models bringing her close to the U.S. East Coast.
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Dreaming of a White Christmas? Your Dreams May Come True!

The 2017 White Christmas Outlook is here! A very promising year for snow across much of the U.S. Read on to find out where.
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weathertrends360's 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Outlook

The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season officially begins June 1st. So far, we've already seen 1 pre-season tropical storm but is this a harbinger of what's to come?
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U.S. Corn Yields About to Plummet Like 2011

It's looking like 2011 all over again across the Corn Belt and even worse. The first major heat-wave in 2011 came the 3rd week in July and rosy yields expectations vaporized with the worst crop since 2005. Let's compare 2016 to 2011 as we're on the cusp of a major rally.
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Summer-to-Date Classic La Niña Around the World

We're 41% done with meteorological Summer (1 June - 31 August) so lets see where we are.
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