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  • Meteorological fall was coolest since 2002

    Meteorological fall was coolest since 2002
    Meteorological fall ended Sunday, and the average temperature from September through November in Baltimore was the coolest since 2002. Temperatures averaged 56.8 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport over those three...
  • 2014 a quiet weather year in South Florida

    2014 a quiet weather year in South Florida
    South Florida's weather in 2014? Boring. No hurricanes hit, no thunderstorms or tornadoes caused severe damage and there were no extended periods of extreme heat or cold, according to National Weather Service summary released Tuesday. "2014 did not...
  • Get Winter-Ready for the Road

     
    Just like every character in "Game of Thrones," we know that winter is coming. According to the 2015 Farmer's Almanac, this winter promises to be packed with freezing temperatures and above-average snowfall, which can only mean lots of fun on......
  • Rain barely made a dent in California drought

    Rain barely made a dent in California drought
    Fall has arrived, but in Southern California, warm, dry conditions remain. While the state has received some rain in recent weeks, the overall picture remains largely unchanged. Q: How did we do in October? Last month was the third-warmest October...
  • Lake records nearly 7 inches of rain in 'rare occurrence'

    Mother Nature dumped several inches of rain on Lake County this week. The Lake County Water Authority measured 6.75 inches of rainfall over the past two days based on numbers collected from three facilities near Astatula, Leesburg and Groveland, said...
  • Los Angeles can expect a sunny and warm Thanksgiving

    Los Angeles can expect a sunny and warm Thanksgiving
    People who endured the busiest travel day of the year Wednesday will be rewarded with good weather until at least Sunday night in the Los Angeles area, although there may be showers in San Francisco starting Saturday, according to the National Weather...
  • Unseasonably warm today, but chills by Halloween

    Unseasonably warm today, but chills by Halloween
    Monday could be the warmest Oct. 27 in 74 years, but a cold front will drive temperatures down through the week and Halloween could see highs only in the 40s. The high Monday is expected to be in the middle 70s, about 20 degrees above normal thanks to...
  • Connecticut Winemakers Ponder Opportunities Presented By Climate Change

    Connecticut Winemakers Ponder Opportunities Presented By Climate Change
    Connecticut isn't at all like the sunny, dry-summer places where most of the world's great wine grapes are grown. Winters are more bitter than in France. Growing seasons are shorter and wetter than Italy's, Spain's or California's. So you'd think that...
  • Baltimore meteorologists predict cold, snowy winter

    Baltimore meteorologists predict cold, snowy winter
    Two local broadcast meteorologists are predicting another colder-than-normal winter with above-average snowfall. Justin Berk, a former TV meteorologist who now offers updates on his own website and Facebook page, forecasts about 30 inches of snow at...
  • How realistic are the U.S.-China climate change goals?

    The newly announced landmark plans by the U.S. and China to limit their greenhouse gas emissions left open the question of how realistic the targets are. The plans feature a number of ambitious goals for each nation, but they face serious challenges. A...
  • California sees third-warmest October, on pace for hottest year ever

    California sees third-warmest October, on pace for hottest year ever
    This past month was the third-warmest October in California since officials began keeping records more than a century ago, continuing the state’s pattern in what is likely to be its hottest year ever, according to government climatologists. The...