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NOAA: Another month spent above average

by Sarah Dillingham CNN Meteorologist It’s that time again!  Every month the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) released their climate summary for the globe, and in recent months, the story has been the … Continue reading

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Tropical Update: Mid-Season Review

by Sarah Dillingham CNN Meteorologist One week after the peak of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, September 10, the tropics remain fairly active in both the Atlantic and Pacific Basins.  After a record number of eight named storms formed in the … Continue reading

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Rare Japan Tornado

CNN Meteorologist Rob Maricano describes a rare Japanese tornado that occurred yesterday near the  the town of Tsukuba, in Japan.  The town is located roughly 40 miles northeast of Tokyo.    The twister killed a 14 year old boy, and … Continue reading

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138th Annual Kentucky Derby Climatology & Forecast

CNN Meteorologist Sarah Dillingham What an eventful Saturday we have: Cinco de Mayo, a Supermoon, and the Kentucky Derby!  This will be the 138th year of the legendary Run for the Roses and many are ready partake in the day’s … Continue reading

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Moon Over Mayo

NASA Images: Super Perigee Moon, Saturday, March 19, 2011 CNN Meteorologist Sarah Dillingham Many of you are likely contemplating your weekend plans, given the fact that Cinco de Mayo is this Saturday, May 5, but there may be another task … Continue reading

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Wild Weather Weekend with More on the Way

CNN Meteorologist Sarah Dillingham After a weekend of wild weather, another round of severe storms will develop today across the Southern Plains and the Ohio Valley, including an isolated tornado threat over the Texas panhandle.  Golf ball- to baseball-sized hail … Continue reading

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