Snow and Ice in Northern Regions, Severe Thunderstorms for the South

Gerard West

From West to east, the northern latitudes of the US will see a wintry mix, snow, and potential ice storms; the South will see thunderstorms which could bring severe weather over four states, while rain along both coasts. Here’s a look at today’s weather and your 3-day forecast. Severe thunderstorms …

Cold Start to the Work Week, Snow but Warming Trend Coming

Gerard West

The workweek will begin with cool temps, lake-effect snow for the East, ahead of a warming trend that will see above-average temperatures in parts of the West, Southwest, and South. Here’s a look at your weather. Wintry conditions for the East, Lake-effect snow  The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued …

Thanksgiving Travel Weather Forecast Showing Improvement

Gerard West

Early Thanksgiving forecasts called for a ‘significant storm’ to impact holiday travel, but now forecasters have dialed back weather threats expecting improved travel conditions depending on your location and departure date. Looking ahead to Thanksgiving travel Forecasters now say they expect travel conditions to improve from earlier forecasts that were …

Storms to Bring Potential Blizzard, Snow, and Fierce Winds

Gerard West

On Tuesday, warm weather and mild conditions for most of the nation will take a sharp dip midweek as a Northwestern storm moves eastward, bringing a potential blizzard to the Dakotas and first snow for parts of the Midwest. Warm weather for most of US on Tues, West will see …

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Why and How Volcanic Eruptions Occur

Why and How Volcanic Eruptions Occur

With a major volcanic eruption occurring in Hawaii last week, forcing a mass evacuation and destroying homes, it has many people wondering: “Why do volcanic eruptions occur?” It’s cause for concern because there are hundreds of active volcanoes around the globe, and there is potential for destruction to all communities …