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Yet another meteorological bomb

Another in a spate of East Coast meteorological bombs is occurring this Wednesday morning (Mar. 26, 2014). The storm, located off the North Carolina Outer Banks late last evening, was racing northeastward toward the Canadian Maritimes, where it was expected to arrive by late tonight. As with all “bombs,” the central pressure in the storm is expected to drop at a rate of….To read the entire feature, click here.

Originally published 03/26/14

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Wild weather for the Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic and New England

March waited until today (Mar. 12, 2014) to roar. Roar, the weather will, today and tomorrow, as a major storm (advertised earlier this week) develops across the Mississippi Valley and races to southern New England before heading toward eastern Canada. The storm promises to be “meteorological bomb”-like, as its central pressure drops precipitously…To read the entire feature, click here.

Originally published 03/12/14

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More winter storminess for the eastern half of the U.S.

The seemingly, never-ending winter of 2014 is going to continue to be never-ending, at least in the eastern half of the Nation. Computer-generated and human-made forecasts indicate two significant eastern U.S. storms (and two accompanying significant cold air mass intrusions) on the meteorological horizon. The first storm will develop on Tuesday…To read the entire feature, click here.

Originally published 03/09/14