Northern/Central California Preps for Worst Flooding in Over a Decade

For years the desperate drought situation in California seems to have been the only weather-related headline coming out of the state. However, over the next week the headlines will change as California goes from dry to completely drenched.
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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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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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