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  • San Francisco Got No Rain in January, for the First Time Since Record Keeping Began in 1850

    Alan Raymond
    31 Jan 2015 | 8:05 pm
    California has been mired in drought for more than three years and this January illustrates a massive shift in the Golden State’s short-term climate. For the first time, since record keeping began in 1850, San Francisco received no rain in the month of January. Zero, zilch, nada. Compare that with San Francisco’s climatological average for rain — 4.19 inches (San Francisco International Airport) — and the scope of the change is quite apparent. The lack of any rain is in stark contrast to December 2014′s hefty monthly rain fall of 10.66 inches. And according to the…
  • Not out of the Woods Yet: Another round of Winter Weather on the Way

    Cole Abshere
    30 Jan 2015 | 12:57 pm
    It looks like all the right ingredients for more winter weather are on the way for portions of the country’s mid-section along with the Ohio River Valley and possibly Mid-Atlantic regions. This is definitely a system that has yet to materialize, so please keep checking back for updates on areas impacted and snow accumulations expected. Moisture from the south (from a very slow moving upper-level system currently impacting the four corners region) will continue to invade the Midwest and Upper Midwest regions overnight tonight. In conjunction, a cold front dropping south from the…
  • East Coast Blizzard: Viewed from the International Space Station

    Cole Abshere
    29 Jan 2015 | 8:42 am
    Astronaut Terry Virts captured this video of the East Coast blizzard from the International Space Station. The post East Coast Blizzard: Viewed from the International Space Station appeared first on WeatherNation.
  • It’s Now the UK’s Turn, Snow Suspends Air Traffic

    Cole Abshere
    29 Jan 2015 | 8:06 am
    Post by Proper Tea at Manchester Cathedral. Manchester Airport suspended all flights early on Thursday, January 29, as snow hit parts of England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. The post It’s Now the UK’s Turn, Snow Suspends Air Traffic appeared first on WeatherNation.
  • Snow In The Wound: More On The Way For New England

    Chris Bianchi
    28 Jan 2015 | 4:09 pm
    Here we go again. Hours after an epic blizzard dumped record-setting snowfall across much of New England and Long Island, New York, two more chances for snow are on the horizon for many of the same areas that just got hit. A ‘clipper’ system will push through the Great Lakes and make its way into the Northeast Thursday night and Friday morning, delivering a quick punch of snow for the I-95 corridor. New York City likely won’t see more than an inch from the upcoming system after seeing 8-12″ earlier in the week, but Boston could see another 3-6″ on top of the…
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