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  • January on track to be near top 10 coldest, with most single-digit lows in 32 years

    January on track to be near top 10 coldest, with most single-digit lows in 32 years
    This month's incessant cold outbreaks are expected to make it one of the top 10 months of January on record here, or close to it, and we have already racked up the most single-digit lows for the month since 1982. Temperatures have dropped below 10...
  • Crystal Ball Cloudy With Chance Of Storm

    Last spring, forecasters warned that the 2013 hurricane season, which ended Saturday, would be an active and dangerous one. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted 11 hurricanes. The British firm Tropical Storm Risk called for...
  • JPL climatologist says sea level rise is 'unequivocal proof' of greenhouse gases

    It's a climate puzzle that has vexed scientists for more than a decade and added fuel to the arguments of those who insist man-made global warming is a myth. Since just before the start of the 21st century, the Earth's average global surface...
  • Retirement: 4 more great places to retire overseas

    These places offer a pleasant climate, low cost of living and good access to health care. --Malaysia. For the truly adventurous, Malaysia is a bargain destination. A retired U.S. couple can live well on as little as $1,500 a month in George Town, a...
  • More junk science, I'm sure...

     
    The average temperature across land and ocean surfaces during October was 14.63°C (58.23°F). This is 0.63°C (1.13°F) above the 20th century average and ties with 2008 as the fifth warmest October on record. ....This is the 332nd consecutive month with.......
  • St. Charles Parish

    September 3, 2012 6:54 PM Dear Comets, We here at St. Charles Catholic High School hope this note finds you safe.  We plan to work together to help our families recover from the challenges created by this storm. SCHOOL TO REOPEN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10...
  • Three tornadoes confirmed in Baltimore, Baltimore Co., St. Mary's

    Three tornadoes confirmed in Baltimore, Baltimore Co., St. Mary's
    The National Weather Service has confirmed at least three tornadoes touched down in Maryland on Monday — in the Fork area of Baltimore County, Locust Point in South Baltimore and Coltons Point in St. Mary’s County. All three were placed in...
  • Engineering study shows wind speeds below 135 mph caused majority of damage in Joplin

    Engineering study shows wind speeds below 135 mph caused majority of damage in Joplin
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- An investigative team of engineers affiliated with the American Society of Civil Engineers found EF-2 winds, not EF-4 or EF-5, caused more than 80 percent of the damage in the Joplin tornado in May 2011. The twister had a 22-mile-...
  • Meteorological spring brought normal temperatures, below-average rainfall in Baltimore

    Meteorological spring brought normal temperatures, below-average rainfall in Baltimore
    Meteorological spring 2013 ended with a burst of heat in Baltimore but, overall, saw normal temperatures, according to National Weather Service data. Rainfall, however, was a few inches below normal. The average temperature from March through May was...
  • From the Boathouse: Beware hurricane-force conditions on West Coast

    Ahoy, and welcome to a preseason hurricane! Good friend, airline captain and fellow Lake Arrowhead Yacht Club member Jeff Diercksmeier begins his article in the yacht club's newsletter with "from the flight deck." Very appropriate, since I am sure...
  • How do tornado winds compare with hurricanes?

    How do tornado winds compare with hurricanes?
    South Florida is unlikely to ever see a tornado as devastating as the one that tore through Oklahoma on Monday. The atmospheric conditions aren’t conducive here. Yet the region could see a Category 5 hurricane, which could pack winds almost as...