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Broken records that are mind blowing

March 2, 2014 0 Comments
Broken records that are mind blowing

This blog post will not disappoint! We all know by now after we have talked so much about it that we are living through one of the harshest winters of all time.  There is, however no parallel to the record we have just set because it has never been done before.  Sunday in Rochester and […]

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Storm Update 2: Blizzard continues; Bitter cold crashes in

January 26, 2014 0 Comments
Storm Update 2: Blizzard continues; Bitter cold crashes in

A dangerous Blizzard is ongoing and causing major problems causing visibilities to be reduced to feet in some areas.  Travel is NOT advised for the remainder of Sunday.  If you are curious about what Monday may bring..I have a blurb at the very bottom of the blog.  In terms of severe winter weather, nothing outdoes […]

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A Tale of Two Winters

December 29, 2012 0 Comments
A Tale of Two Winters

Last Winter we couldn’t buy snow and cold, but this year is shaping up to be a little different.  We have our snow cover back, we got our White Christmas, and as we head through the first week of January we are going to get our bitter cold. All of last Winter we had 20.6″ […]

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Possible Winter Storm Scenarios

February 26, 2012 0 Comments
Possible Winter Storm Scenarios

You may have heard, but it looks like the biggest storm of year in the area is heading this direction and will be here as early as lunch time on Tuesday.  The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch (Blue on map below) that goes into effect on Tuesday and lasts through Wednesday […]

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Tracking Irene…and any other tropical storm

August 24, 2011 0 Comments
Tracking Irene…and any other tropical storm

We haven’t had a whole lot of reason to check out the radar around here lately, so you probably haven’t noticed that you can track tropical storm systems right here on our website. How, you might ask? Check out Interactive Radar. The picture you see above is a screen grab I took at home on […]

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Rain Sunday Morning, More Tonight

July 10, 2011 0 Comments
Rain Sunday Morning, More Tonight

Here is a look at the some of the rain totals in the viewing area from Sunday morning.  Some places saw heavier thunderstorms than others and therefore rain totals differed greatly from place to place.  Check it out!   We will be under the gun for possible severe weather again and we will add to […]

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Skywarn Meeting Tonight

March 14, 2011 1 Comment
Skywarn Meeting Tonight

Tonight is a big night in the eyes of the “weather geek”.  The 1st of  March marked the official start of severe weather season in the United States.  We all remember from last year the power mother nature can pack when it comes to this type of weather.  June 17th comes to mind with that […]

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Earthquake/Tsunami Hit Japan

March 11, 2011 0 Comments

A major 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck just off shore of the east coast of Japan just before midnight central time last night.  This is occurred in the region commonly known as the ring of fire, due to its numerous active volcanoes and seismic activity.  As if this massive tremor wasn’t enough, the quake generated a devastating tsunami followed.  Wave heights were as high […]

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March Storm/Snow Totals

March 9, 2011 0 Comments
March Storm/Snow Totals

Like we thought,  snow totals out of our latest storm weren’t that impressive, well at least compared to the storms of December.  While southeastern Minnesota and northeastern Iowa did not see the worst of this March storm, major impacts are still being felt over the entire eastern third country.  Check out the watches/warnings this morning […]

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Winter Weather Advisory

March 8, 2011 0 Comments

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service in La Crosse.  This is in effect from 6PM tonight until 6PM Wednesday. The winter storm we have been talking about will impact the area late this evening through Wednesday afternoon.  We are thinking totals should be in the 3-6 inch range for […]

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