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  • First Alert Forecast: short-term shower chance the exception to dry and comfy weather rule

    First Alert Forecast: short-term shower chance the exception to dry and comfy weather rule

    Tuesday, June 27 2017 8:10 AM EDT2017-06-27 12:10:08 GMT

    After a week and weekend of oppressively high humidity levels, you may have noticed a slightly drier and more pleasant feel to the air Monday... and you'll likely notice a reinforcing shot of comfortable summer air later Tuesday into Wednesday. Enjoy it! Temperatures and humidity levels are likely to rebuild this coming weekend.

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    After a week and weekend of oppressively high humidity levels, you may have noticed a slightly drier and more pleasant feel to the air Monday... and you'll likely notice a reinforcing shot of comfortable summer air later Tuesday into Wednesday. Enjoy it! Temperatures and humidity levels are likely to rebuild this coming weekend.

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  • NOAA releases 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season forecast

    NOAA releases 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season forecast

    Thursday, May 25 2017 12:29 PM EDT2017-05-25 16:29:18 GMT

    NOAA - the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - released its 2017 Hurricane Season forecast for the Atlantic Basin Thursday.

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    NOAA - the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - released its 2017 Hurricane Season forecast for the Atlantic Basin Thursday.

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  • Hurricane cone-ology

    Hurricane cone-ology

    Today, satellites and supercomputers have vastly improved hurricane forecasting and warning. But one of our age's best tools for communicating a hurricane threat, the National Hurricane Center's official “forecast cone," can be misrepresented and is often misunderstood.

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    Today, satellites and supercomputers have vastly improved hurricane forecasting and warning. But one of our age's best tools for communicating a hurricane threat, the National Hurricane Center's official “forecast cone," can be misrepresented and is often misunderstood.

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