After going snowless for the first two-thirds of January, we are making up for it here at the end of the month.
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While Christmas Day is still too far away to give an accurate weather forecast, we can take a look back at year’s past to see what is typical.
On Friday evening, December 10, 2021, through the early morning hours of December 11th, a violent severe weather outbreak occurred spawning 71 tornadoes across more than a dozen states.
A strong cold front will cross through the Miami Valley on Friday bringing with it blustery and cold conditions for the weekend, but that’s not the only weather Miami Valley residents will have to deal with this weekend.
The Atlantic Hurricane Season officially began on June 1, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting and above-normal year for tropical development.
Do you suffer from allergies? Do you think they’ve been worse this year compared to years past? Well, you might be onto something.
On May 11, 2022, NOAA shared the first images of the Western Hemisphere from its GOES-18 satellite. The satellite’s Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) instrument recently captured stunning views of Earth.
A cold front will bring an accumulating snow to the Miami Valley late Friday into Saturday. While impactful, snow this time of year tends to be a little different from snowfall in January.
The forecast for Thursday is becoming a bit clearer, and it is looking more likely that the Miami Valley will see freezing rain, sleet, and snow which could make for some slippery travel conditions Thursday night into Friday.