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  • Study: Slow season could mean more powerful hurricanes

    Study: Slow season could mean more powerful hurricanes
    So far, at least three forecast teams have called for the upcoming hurricane season to be on the slow side. That sure sounds good, considering most South Floridians loath hurricanes. But it seems researchers at Florida State University want to rain on...
  • Sunday forecast: Clouds but no rain with a high temperature in the mid-80s

    A few clouds will cast shadows over the area today, weather forecasters say, but they won't hold any rain as the holiday weekend continues. Plan for a high temperature in the mid-80s -- that's about 10 degrees above average for this time of year -- with...
  • Understand the basics of growing brassicas

    Home-grown broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, turnips and kale are tasty, nutritious crops that are easy to grow once their basic cultural requirements are met. All cole crops perform best in a fertile soil with moderate levels of organic matter and a pH...
  • Beware of rip currents today; breezy and hot this week

    Beware of rip currents today; breezy and hot this week
    If you head to the beach today, beware of dangerous rip currents, the result of easterly winds. This week otherwise should be mostly sunny, hot and breezy. South Florida's Tuesday forecast calls for highs in the upper 80s, lows in the mid-70s and a 20...
  • Sunny and mid 80s today, temperatures to stay high all week

    Sunny and mid 80s today, temperatures to stay high all week
    Expect sunny skies and a high around 86 degrees today in Hampton Roads, with a few clouds rolling in later this evening, according to National Weather Service forecasts. Things will also be increasingly humid after Memorial Day.  Temperatures will dip...
  • Bethlehem closes its buffet to gypsy moth caterpillars

    This is the story of a "very hungry caterpillar," only this version isn't for kids. The caterpillar in this story is the antagonist — a loathsome eating-machine that views the forest surrounding Bethlehem's reservoirs as a waterfront restaurant....
  • Pa. Fish and Boat gives new tool to track stockings

    Pa. Fish and Boat gives new tool to track stockings
    Last Saturday's regional trout season opener proved hit-and-miss for many anglers due to wind and cold temperatures. Fish fed sluggishly most of the day, but skilled anglers were able to entice some nice trout. The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat...
  • Tornadoes, storms rake northern Illinois

    Forewarned days ahead, severe thunderstorms spawned tornadoes that swept through northern Illinois primarily west of the Fox River Valley on Thursday evening. A large wedge-shaped tornado touched down about 7 p.m. in the Dixon area, overturning a...
  • Temperatures to dip; freeze warning issued for parts of L.A. County

    Temperatures to dip; freeze warning issued for parts of L.A. County
    Days after a spring storm dumped much-needed rain on Southern California, forecasters warned Los Angeles County residents of potential freezing temperatures Thursday. The chilly weather was expected to dip into the 20s and temperatures in the 30s...
  • Storms still threaten in Opening Day forecast

    Storms still threaten in Opening Day forecast
    Little has changed in a forecast suggesting risks of storms and brief, heavy rain showers during Friday's Opening Day game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Warm, moist air from the south is forecast to start flowing into the region Friday morning,...
  • April snow extends ski season for Tahoe resorts, Mammoth Mountain

    April snow extends ski season for Tahoe resorts, Mammoth Mountain
    Just when you thought it might be time to put away the skis and take your mountain bike to the slopes, a spring storm has brought fresh powder to the Sierra Nevada. By Wednesday, up to 2 feet of snow had fallen at Lake Tahoe-area resorts and at ...