Southeast Braces for Winter Storm

It doesn't happen often, but boy when it does it grinds everything to a halt! We're talking about snow in the Southeast this weekend. Atlanta, Birmingham, and especially Charlotte and Raleigh are under the gun for snow.
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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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From Floods to Dust - The Growing Drought In the South

It's been an active year of weather for the South with historic flooding in Louisiana, the first hurricane to make landfall in Florida in over a decade (Hurricane Hermine), and, of course, Hurricane Matthew. With all of this weather action you'd think the South would have a glut of water, in fact, a drought is expanding across the region.
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Tropics Update: Potential Tropical Storm to Impact Florida This Week

The Atlantic remains quite active today. Hurricane Gaston, currently a Category 2 hurricane with winds of 100mph, remains over open waters and will not have any impact on the United States. Over the weekend, however, 2 disturbances were upgraded to Tropical Depression status. Tropical Depression 8, which currently has sustained winds of 35mph, is located just off the North Carolina coast and is expected to turn north-northeastward and head back out to sea. While Hurricane Gaston and Tropical Depression 8 will have little to no impact to the US, the story changes when we talk about Tropical Depression 9.
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Louisiana No Stranger To Flooding

Southern Louisiana is by no means a stranger to flooding given its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, low elevations, and multiple waterways. Over the past century, the area has been subjected to numerous flood events, including the historic flooding caused by last week's record-breaking rainfall.
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