Hurricane Harvey On Devastating Path Towards Texas

Hurricane Harvey rapidly intensified and is inching closer to southeast Texas. It is likely that Harvey will strengthen to a category 3 storm and may maintain this strength at landfall making it the first U.S. land-falling storm since 2005. Widespread flooding is expected making some areas inhabitable for extended periods of time.
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Hurricane Harvey to Bring Extreme Rainfall to Southeast Texas

Hurricane Harvey is on a slow track towards southeast Texas where he is forecast to put down extreme amounts of rainfall. Significant flooding is expected from Brownsville up to Houston as Harvey will meander over the region for several days. Preparations should be taking place now to prepare for this extremely dangerous storm.
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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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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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2016-2017 Season Snow Totals

Depending on where you live, this winter season was feast or famine in terms of snowfall. Parts of New England saw one of their snowiest winters on record, but areas just to the south received below average snowfall. Below average snowfall was common across the Midwest, but snowfall was above average in the far northwestern Plains. And if you haven't heard, snowfall in the West was completely BONKERS!
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