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What Is A Polar Vortex & Why All The Hype?

It seems like the media has helped make the words polar vortex another popular weather phrase that everyone is using now to describe really cold weather events. Don’t forget, there was also snowicane, snowpocalypse and snowmageddon… It may just be me, but there’s much more fuss about cold weather these days than there used to be. The […]

Weather 101

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5 Weather Science Facts Many People Get Wrong – Do You?

I was reading the results of a recent poll that indicated a quarter of Americans think the Sun revolves around the Earth, and I was left to wonder just how many science facts people get wrong. Granted, science is a tough subject. For the record, I’m no bona fide scientist. Rather, I’m a lifelong weather […]

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4 Sizzling Facts About Summer Weather That May Surprise You!

Down in Florida, where I live, we seem to have summer weather for about 8 months out of the year. My friends up north say they’re lucky if they see any signs of summer for more than a few weeks at a time. Of course, no matter where you live in the United States, sooner […]

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Severe Weather Tips

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How To Prepare Your Car For Winter + 4 Essential Winter Driving Tips

Winter driving tips are important to know, especially when the weather forecaster is predicting 6 inches of snow and icy conditions on the roads. That’s the perfect recipe for driving disaster. I really can’t overstate the driving dangers that severe winter weather poses — especially black ice. Joshua McMorrow-HernandezMy love for coins and numismatics began when […]

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How To Prevent A Heart Attack When Snow Shoveling – Tips That Could Save Your Life!

Shoveling snow can feel like moving a ton of bricks sometimes. There’s a reason people call that wet, heavy white stuff heart attack snow.   Shoveling Snow And Heart Attacks According to the American Journal of Cardiology and Lancet, the number of ischemic heart disease deaths rose by 22% during the week of a major blizzard and stayed above […]

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Fun Weather Stuff

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Sun Halos: What Causes A Sun Halo? What Does This Rare Phenomenon Mean?

I was sitting in the office doing my desk work when I got a call from my dad, who works outdoors at a nearby theme park. “Go outside and look up,” he told me. The dutiful son (most times, anyway) that I am, that’s precisely what I did. Upon stepping outside and looking up, I […]

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Weather Tools & Forecasts

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Fall Foliage Map Guide: Find The Best Fall Colors In Your Neck Of The Woods

When Labor Day beckons and the pumpkin spice coffee starts to hit Starbucks and Wawa stores in my neck of the woods, my mind turns to cool mornings, colorful leaves, and looking for a good fall foliage map. Even here in Central Florida, we actually do experience a delicious taste of autumn, even if the cooler air […]

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What’s The Fall Weather Report? Find Out Here!

What’s the fall weather report look like in your neck of the woods? Cooling, with a chance of winter toward the end of the forecast… But, seriously, where do you turn for the latest updates on fall weather? As a fall fanatic myself, I normally spend much of my free time on the internet between […]

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Weather History

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Winter Storms Facts and Info Revealed

If you’re like many people seeking facts and info on winter storms, you may feel a little overwhelmed at the amount of information out there on blizzards, nor’easters, clippers, and the other types of winter storm phenomena that takes place every winter. As a weather buff myself, studying winter storm patterns intrigues me, though definitely […]

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