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A Powerful Storm System Is Expected To Bring Moderate To Major Coastal Flooding, Beach Erosion & Strong Onshore Winds To Coastal New England & The Coastal Mid-Atlantic States Starting Thursday Night & Continuing Through Friday & This Weekend; Large Swells Are Expected From This Storm As Far South As Southeast Florida, The Bahamas, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, The Virgin Islands & The Lesser Antilles This Weekend Into Early Next Week

A Powerful Storm System Is Expected To Bring Moderate To Major Coastal Flooding, Significant Beach Erosion & Strong Onshore Winds To Coastal New England & The Coastal Mid-Atlantic States Starting Thursday Night & Continuing Through Friday & This Weekend: All of the latest model guidance have trended stronger with the development of a major storm more »

A Very Slow Moving Major Marine Storm Has The Potential To Bring A Long Duration Coastal Flood, Beach Erosion & Strong Onshore Wind Event From Coastal New England To The Coastal Mid-Atlantic States Starting Thursday Night & Continuing Through Friday & This Weekend

A Very Slow Moving Major Marine Storm Has The Potential To Bring A Long Duration Coastal Flood, Beach Erosion & Strong Onshore Wind Event From Coastal New England To The Coastal Mid-Atlantic States Starting Thursday Night & Continuing Through Friday & This Weekend: A major storm system is expected to potentially bring significant coastal flooding, more »

Severe Weather Is Expected Starting Later This Morning & Continuing Through This Afternoon Into Tonight Across Northeast Texas, Northern Louisiana, Arkansas, Southeast Missouri, Southern Illinois, Southwest Indiana, Western Kentucky, Western Tennessee, Northern Mississippi & Northwest Alabama

Severe Weather Is Expected Starting Later This Morning & Continuing Through This Afternoon Into Tonight Across Northeast Texas, Northern Louisiana, Arkansas, Southeast Missouri, Southern Illinois, Southwest Indiana, Western Kentucky, Western Tennessee, Northern Mississippi & Northwest Alabama: Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop later this morning across northeast Texas, southwest Arkansas and northwest Louisiana and push more »

Additional Heavy Rainfall & Flooding Is Expected From The ArkLaTex To The Lower Mississippi & Ohio Valleys; Severe Weather Is Expected Saturday Afternoon Into Saturday Night From Northeast Texas Though The Lower Mississippi, Tennessee & Ohio Valleys

Additional Heavy Rainfall & Flooding Is Expected From The ArkLaTex To The Lower Mississippi & Ohio Valleys: Heavy rainfall with flash flooding is expected across northern Louisiana, central and northern Mississippi and northwestern Alabama throughout the rest of today as showers and thunderstorms move across the same area. The amount of unstable air across this more »

A Very Mild Weather Pattern Is Expected This Week Across The Eastern United States With A Heavy Rainfall & Flood Threat From The ArkLaTex To The Tennessee & Ohio Valleys; Winter Is Not Over Though As March Could Be A Wintry Month Across The Mid-Atlantic & Northeastern United States

A Very Mild Weather Pattern Is Expected This Week Across The Eastern United States With A Heavy Rainfall & Flood Threat From The ArkLaTex To The Tennessee & Ohio Valleys: A large high pressure system over the western Atlantic will produce record high temperatures across the eastern United States on Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures on more »

Milder Temperatures Across The Eastern United States Will Make It Feel Like Spring This Week Into Possibly All Of Next Week

Warmer temperatures are expected across the eastern United States this week with these milder temperatures potentially remaining in place through much of the rest of this month as upper level ridges of high pressure will set themselves in place from the eastern United States into the western Atlantic. For today, rainfall is expected across the more »

A Stormy Weekend Is Expected Across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia & The Florida Panhandle

For Today Through Tonight: A frontal boundary pushing southeastward into the southern United States will lead to a heavy rainfall as well as a severe weather threat along the northern Gulf Coast from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle today through tonight. The greatest risk for severe weather that could produce isolated damaging wind gusts and more »

A Winter Storm Will Bring Ice To Areas From Southeastern Oklahoma, Northern Arkansas, Southern Missouri Through The Ohio Valley From This Afternoon Through Tonight; A Fast Hitting Winter Storm Will Bring Heavy Snow & Ice To Interior Parts Of New England From Wednesday Through Wednesday Night

A Winter Storm Will Bring Ice To Areas From Southeastern Oklahoma, Northern Arkansas, Southern Missouri Through The Ohio Valley From This Afternoon Through Tonight: An area of freezing rain is expected to develop across southeastern Oklahoma, northern Arkansas and southern Missouri this afternoon and continue into tonight as warmer air lifts northward over an Arctic more »

Snow & Ice Expected Across Far Northern New England Today Through Tonight; An Even Bigger Winter Storm Is Possible Across Interior Parts Of New England From Wednesday To Thursday Morning

Snow & Ice Is Expected From Today Through Tonight Across Northern & Western Maine, Northern New Hampshire & Northern Vermont: An area of low pressure is expected to track across central and northern New England later today and tonight bringing mostly all rain to much of southern New England into southern Vermont, southern New Hampshire more »

The Weather Pattern Is Expected To Once Again Turn Very Cold & Very Stormy Across The Central, Southern & Eastern United States Starting The First Week Of February (Feb 4-10); The Very Cold & Stormy Pattern Is Then Expected To Persist Through Mid & Late February Into At Least Early March

Winter has taken a temporary hiatus as a large part of the United States is in a fairly mild weather pattern as compared to what occurred during the second half of December and the first half of January. This mild weather pattern is expected to continue for the next 10 days or so before the more »


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