2018: A Soggy, Soaked, and Saturated Story

2018 will go down as the wettest on record for dozens of locations across the eastern half of the nation. On the bright side, the wet weather has effectively wiped out drought in the eastern U.S., but excessive rainfall has caused flooding, some major, over the year.
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2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Recap: Active & Destructive

The 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season is now in the record books. We provide a brief recap on the season and how our long range Hurricane Forecast stacked up to reality.
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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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Hurricane Lane Recap

Hurricane Lane menaced the Hawaiian Islands bringing torrential rain and gusty winds. Preliminary rainfall totals indicate that Lane was the wettest tropical cyclone on record for the Hawaiian Islands. But does more tropical trouble lurk out in the Pacific?
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Oklahoma Sets New Tornado Record

We're off to a less active than normal severe weather season in the heart of Tornado Alley. That includes Oklahoma where this has been a record slow start to the year with 0 tornadoes reported! How long will the tornado drought last?
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