Monthly Archives: April 2013

Where Will The Upper-Level Low Go?

In the world of meteorology, we spend a lot of time focusing on what is going on near the ground. What goes on above the ground, however, can be just as important if not more important than what is going … Continue reading

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Rain Chances Building Tonight, Cold Air Returns For Mid-Week

Only scattered showers are forecast through mid-evening, but the threat for rain will build later tonight. The threat for thunderstorms is barely there; most will just see rain – heavy at times – after midnight. Clouds will stay thick through … Continue reading

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Active, Rather Stormy Pattern Ahead

Today is “Day 1” of a rather active period of weather. While every day this week will not be a washout, there are significant chances for rain each day this week. April is known for showers and thunderstorms, and this … Continue reading

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Investigating A Threat For Severe Storms Wednesday Night And Thursday

A strong cold front will sweep through the heart of the U.S. and the Ohio Valley tonight, Wednesday, and Thursday. There is still uncertainty about the exact timing and strength of storms in the Tri-State late Wednesday night through Thursday … Continue reading

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Remembering The April 3, 1974 Super Outbreak

Unless you’ve recently moved to the Tri-State, the words “March 2nd” probably trigger thoughts of tornadoes and severe weather. If you’re a long-time resident of the Tri-State, you’ll likely remember where you were on April 3, 1974. Often coined the … Continue reading

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Perspective On Cold So Far In 2013

Compared to last winter, this winter has been very cold and very snowy. Compared to average, however, this winter overall was warmer but snowier than average. The lingering cold is getting warm weather lovers antsy for spring and summer. Most … Continue reading

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