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Helping Business Weather the Storm

Weather from WeatherOps

by Mike Eilts, on Feb 13, 2019 1:05:54 PM

It’s no secret that snow, slush, sleet and ice can wreak havoc on roads, often creating nightmare traffic conditions. But more than a mere nuisance, adverse weather can be tied …

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Topics:Snow

by David Moran, on Feb 11, 2019 3:31:35 PM

You may enjoy the freshly fallen snow for a while, but eventually, you'll be ready for it to go away. After all, even your snowman has to disappear one day …

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by David Moran, on Feb 7, 2019 2:14:45 PM

If you live in the Central US or have spoken to anyone from the area, you likely know that the weather can change on a dime. That was indeed the case from …

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Topics:SnowWeatherOps

by Daphne Thompson, on Feb 6, 2019 2:36:22 PM

On February 5, some lucky people along the Iowa and Illinois border were treated to an unusual winter phenomenon. As an ice storm moved in, not only were they getting …

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Topics:WeatherOpsRadarScope

by David Moran, on Feb 5, 2019 1:28:59 PM

You're observing the freshly fallen snow at your location. While the scene can be breathtaking, how does that blanket of snow affect temperatures afterward? In most cases, sunlight reaching the …

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Topics:Snow

by David Moran, on Feb 1, 2019 11:29:22 AM

The polar plunge is continuing across portions of the country, producing dangerously low wind chills. The cold temperatures are also causing a phenomenon known as frost quakes. People in portions …

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Topics:Snow

by Daphne Thompson, on Jan 24, 2019 2:33:06 PM

Search for "pancake ice", and you'll undoubtedly get results for places that serve breakfast and ice cream. However, it is a winter phenomenon with a very unusual appearance that has …

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Topics:FrontierSnow

by Daphne Thompson, on Jan 23, 2019 2:37:26 PM

Those in the North and Northeast have recently been experiencing frigid wind chills. Wind chill is the temperature equivalent perceived by humans, caused by the effects of air temperature, relative …

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by Daphne Thompson, on Jan 22, 2019 1:45:25 PM

Have you seen the icy images of Niagara Falls? Anything outside that can freeze, has frozen. Extreme cold in New York has set some records this week, and wind chills …

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Topics:WeatherOpsSnow

by David Moran, on Jan 21, 2019 1:54:11 PM

My grandparents live in a small town in Kansas close to a railroad. When I visit them during the winter, I can hear approaching trains more clearly than when I'm …

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Topics:SnowGeneral