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Helping Business Weather the Storm

Weather from WDT / WeatherOps

by Daphne Thompson, on Dec 3, 2018 2:41:04 PM

Many worry about severe weather and tornadoes in the spring, but they can happen any time of year, as was proven over the weekend. Mother Nature doesn't keep a calendar, …

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Topics:RadarScopeWeatherOpsTornado

by David Moran, on Nov 28, 2018 1:42:41 PM

The storm systems that produce snow across the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest can originate in a few different regions. Occasionally, they develop in Canada before moving southward. Those that …

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Topics:SnowWeatherOps

by Daphne Thompson, on Nov 16, 2018 2:04:42 PM

Turn on the news, and you're bound to hear stories about the fires in the West followed by additional footage of heavy snowfall in the East. Some are dealing with …

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Topics:WildfireSnowWeatherOpsFrontier

by Daphne Thompson, on Nov 15, 2018 3:26:48 PM

Winter seems to have arrived early for those in the Appalachians and East Coast. Residents in the area have been dealing with all types of frozen precipitation today. Snow, freezing …

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Topics:WeatherOpsRadarScopeSnow

by David Moran, on Nov 14, 2018 2:10:08 PM

Freezing rain occurs when precipitation falls through a warm layer, completely melts, and lands on a surface with temperatures below freezing. All forms of transportation are affected, trees are damaged, …

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Topics:WeatherOpsPrecipitation

by David Moran, on Nov 13, 2018 1:43:55 PM

As the snow season wears on, avalanches can pose hazards in mountainous areas. They can prove deadly to skiers and cause extreme damage to trees, roads, and buildings in their …

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Topics:SnowWeatherOps

by Chris Kerr, on Nov 5, 2018 1:38:03 PM

Those voting on Tuesday up and down the East Coast and into the Appalachians will likely need to have an umbrella handy and a plan to seek shelter if severe …

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Topics:WeatherOps

by Phillip Spencer, on Nov 1, 2018 3:28:29 PM

Observations of atmospheric temperature, humidity, pressure, wind speed, wind direction, cloud cover, precipitation, visibility, weather type, etc. are essential for several reasons. For instance: (1) Observations help us plan our …

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Topics:WeatherOpsCross Enterprise

by David Moran, on Oct 31, 2018 2:22:41 PM

Will your Halloween weather be a trick or a treat? Check out our Trick-or-Treat forecast for the details! Northwest An area of low pressure will move into the Pacific Northwest …

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Topics:WeatherOps

by Daphne Thompson, on Oct 29, 2018 2:03:10 PM

It's been a busy year, and many can probably name at least a few of the hurricanes that impacted the US. So, how many did we have and how strong …

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Topics:HurricaneWeatherOps