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Another soaking coming to the Southeast late week
Another soaking coming to the Southeast late week
December 16, 2018; 6:24 PM
Quiet through early next week; another potent storm late week
Quiet through early next week; another potent storm late week
December 15, 2018; 8:09 PM
It will stay quiet across the South until midweek, then a new storm will push through and cause a soaking rain and locally gusty storms over much of the Southeast again.
2018 Geminid Meteor Shower
2018 Geminid Meteor Shower
December 12, 2018; 5:49 PM
The Geminds will beat out the Perseids to be the most active meteor shower of 2018! This is your complete viewing guide to the 2018 Geminid meteor shower.
Latest Arctic Report Card shows a dire situation in the far north
Latest Arctic Report Card shows a dire situation in the far north
December 12, 2018; 1:51 PM
This year's Arctic Report Card is quite sobering once again.
Latest update on the long-range pattern
Latest update on the long-range pattern
December 12, 2018; 12:56 PM
Latest clues to the long range outlook.
Rain Saturday from DC to NYC
Rain Saturday from DC to NYC
December 12, 2018; 9:47 AM
Incredible light pillar photos from Wisconsin
Incredible light pillar photos from Wisconsin
December 11, 2018; 2:04 PM
I've seen light pillars caused by ice crystals before, but never like this!
Northeast to remain cold and dry at least until a weekend storm approaches
Northeast to remain cold and dry at least until a weekend storm approaches
December 11, 2018; 9:18 AM
Time to focus on the late-week storm and flooding risk
Time to focus on the late-week storm and flooding risk
December 10, 2018; 8:26 PM
A storm moving in later this week will cause heavy rain that can lead to flooding, especially in areas that had very heavy snow this past weekend.
2018 Geminids, Comet 46P/Wirtanen
2018 Geminids, Comet 46P/Wirtanen
December 10, 2018; 6:05 PM
Comet 46P/Wirtanen has become visible to the naked eye. It will be faint without the aid of binoculars or a telescope, but it shouldn't be too hard to find; check out a few tips.

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