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  • After 1st freeze, it'll feel warm like September

    Temperatures Sunday morning dipped below freezing at many suburban locations, marking the first general frost and freeze in the area this autumn. Through Sunday, the average temperature for October was running 2.2 degrees below normal. Despite the cool...
  • No end to Southland drought seen in winter rain forecast

    No end to Southland drought seen in winter rain forecast
    Southern California could see above-average rainfall this winter, but it won't be enough to shake the drought that is likely to persist or intensify in large swaths of the state, federal forecasters said Thursday. "The drought has been so severe and...
  • Seasonable temperatures to return Sunday

    Satellite imagery late Friday positioned a weather disturbance over the upper Great Lakes. This feature will move southeast Saturday, bringing gusty north winds and a reinforcing push of cool air. Considerable cloudiness and spotty showers are also...
  • With emphasis on convenience, reconfigured Maryland black bear hunt will have no quota in 2014

    With emphasis on convenience, reconfigured Maryland black bear hunt will have no quota in 2014
    A year after the annual Maryland black bear hunt was extended to a sixth day and the quota for the number of bears taken was not reached — both firsts since the hunt was brought back in 2004, after a 51-year absence — the schedule and some...
  • A sunny Sunday, then showers return

    High pressure will bring sunshine and milder temperatures Sunday, but the break from cloudy, dismal weather is to be short-lived. A new disturbance is forecast to amplify as it develops across the eastern Great Lakes region Monday, bringing more clouds...
  • If you want tulips to return, here are some tips

    If you want tulips to return, here are some tips
    If you want tulips, the gardening wisdom goes, you have to plant new ones every fall. Most tulips make a big spring splash and then peter out. They might not return at all, or they'll send up some puny leaves for a couple of years and maybe a few...
  • Brad Pitt's 'Fury' Rolling to $25 Million Opening Weekend

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The "'Fury' Tanks" headlines have been put on ice. Brad Pitt's World War II drama "Fury" will lead the U.S. box office without dominating with early projections portending an opening of as high as $25 million. Sony's tank...
  • Ask Tom: What's the origin of 'Alberta clipper'?

    Dear Tom, "Alberta clipper" is a strange name for a storm. How did that name come to be? — Mary Denning, Rockford Dear Mary, "Alberta clipper" is a colorful term that appeared in meteorological jargon in the early 1970s, courtesy of Rheinhart...
  • Anne Hills brings rhythms of trains and folk music together

    Trains and folk music have been long-time partners, and Anne Hills brings them together again on her new CD "Tracks." All the songs are about trains — dramatic, humorous or heartwarming. "The music has a rhythm like a train, melody like a train...
  • Stretch of sunshine starts Friday

    Stretch of sunshine starts Friday
    Get out and enjoy the sunshine. It's nothing but sunny skies starting Friday, and the pleasant weather is expected to last all weekend. The National Weather Service forecast calls for a high temperature of about 76 degrees Friday with a light breeze out...
  • Wind blows away fossil power in the Nordics, the Baltics next

    OSLO (Reuters) - Wind power is blowing gas and coal-fired turbines out of business in the Nordic countries, and the effects will be felt across the Baltic region as the renewable glut erodes utility margins for thermal power stations. Fossil power plants...