A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for most of the area tonight.
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Accumulations will probably stay under one inch although a few inches are possible in some locations.
Over the weekend, I hinted at the possibility of snow on Christmas Eve in the Ozarks
Morning radar shows showers in the Springfield area
Here are a few interesting Tweets during this week.
If the power company is going to pay you to use their electricity less, it’s worth listening to what solar can do!
Burning outside is not advised as the risk of this fire spreading to nearby grasses is high.
Lake-effect snow is the product of a warm lake and cold air.
Category five hurricane Maria has maximum sustained winds of 175 mph late this Tuesday evening.
Do you pay your electric bill now? Then yes, solar is very affordable!
Irma is a large and dangerous storm! Coastal areas of Florida should be preparing (as always) for its arrival by late week. It is not entirely out of the realm of possibility that Irma could end up in the Gulf of Mexico.
Is Harvey an unusual storm? What was the meteorology behind it? The formation of Harvey wasn’t unusual in any way. Hurricanes need, among other things, weak upper level winds and warm ocean water to develop. These ingredients are found in abundance in the Gulf of Mexico in August and September. The fact that a category […]