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Temperatures were more typical of March across the Northeast to start the week, but AccuWeather forecasters say the unusual chill is expected to ease up by later this week and this weekend. AccuWeather's Bernie Rayno (@AccuRayno on Twitter) has all the details on today's "Weather Insider" podcast! Download the new AccuWeather app today, available n…
 
Newspapers and radio stations East of the Mississippi on the morning of May 12, 1934 carried ominous messages and headlines of a thickening black cloud of chocking dust and dirt moving out of the Great Plains states. The cloud would envelope the Mid-west and then Eastern states on May 12, turning mid-day sunlight into an eerie darkness, that seemed…
 
There will be no rest for the rain-weary across much of the South this week as persistent rounds of rain and thunderstorms continue to track across the area. AccuWeather Meteorologist Justin Povick (@AccuPovick on Twitter) takes you through your Tuesday and the week ahead! Download the new AccuWeather app today, available now in the App Store on iO…
 
The first week of May in 2003 had one of the worst tornado outbreaks on record in the United States reports indicate that 384 tornadoes occurred in 25 states, causing 42 deaths with at least 23 tornadoes on each day. Hardest hit were Missouri, where tornadoes occurred on 6 of the 7 days and 19 died; and Tennessee, where tornadoes occurred on 5 days…
 
Weather in the Southern states will be playing a familiar tune this week as downpours and severe conditions return with a fury. AccuWeather Meteorologist Justin Povick (@AccuPovick on Twitter) takes you through your Monday and the week ahead! Download the new AccuWeather app today, available now in the App Store on iOS and in the Google Play Store …
 
May of 1889 was particularly warm and humid across the eastern United States. The jet-stream that steers weather system had lifted far north into Canada and air from the steam Gulf of Mexico has surged northward into the void. By May 9th chilly weather has re-established itself across the mid-west and was heading eastward as the jet stream dipped s…
 
One of the most powerful May snowstorms to strike the Northeast hit on May 9, 1977. 13" fell at Gardiner, MA; 12.7" at Worchester, MA; 1/2 million people lost power. Officially 1/2" in Boston, but thunderstorms with snow in the suburbs dumped 10" in the Wellesley area. A foot of snow fell at Foster, RI. Bare grass did not reappear in Wellesley, MA …
 
The Hundred Years War between England and France began in 1337; by 1359, King Edward III of England led a huge army across the English Channel to France. The French did not engage in any pitched battles and mainly stayed behind protective walls of towns and cities. Meanwhile Edward conquered the countryside. In April 1360, Edward’s forces reached t…
 
AccuWeather meteorologists have been monitoring a potent storm expected to move through the northwestern United States late this week before it eyes the central U.S. The system is forecast to produce a narrow zone of drenching rain in the Midwest with the risk of severe thunderstorms igniting farther south during Mother's Day weekend. AccuWeather's…
 
This week, Host, Dean DeVore welcomes George Ball, Executive Chairman and Owner of Burpee Seeds and Plants. George shares tips and advice for new and seasoned gardeners. Everything you need to know and grow your best garden yet on this week's 'Everything Under the Sun'! To learn more about Burpee visit their website - https://www.burpee.com/ https:…
 
Natchez, Mississippi was a bustling and booming river town hard against the Mississippi River in 1840, it was 20 years after Mississippi joined the union and 20 years before the Civil War. But on May 7, 1840 the second deadliest tornado in U S history struck the city. A large and powerful tornado went right through the center of town, flattening mo…
 
AccuWeather meteorologists have been monitoring a potent storm expected to move through the northwestern United States late this week before it eyes the central U.S. The system is forecast to produce a narrow zone of drenching rain in the Midwest with the risk of severe thunderstorms igniting farther south during Mother's Day weekend. AccuWeather's…
 
The airship Hindenburg, the largest dirigible ever built and the pride of Nazi Germany, bursts into flames upon touching its mooring mast in Lakehurst, New Jersey, killing 36 passengers and crewmembers on May 6, 1937. After opening its 1937 season by completing a single round-trip passage to, Brazil, in late March, the Hindenburg departed from, Ger…
 
Following a slew of tornado, damaging wind and large hail reports to start the week, severe weather will continue to be a concern Wednesday. However, the threat will be lower than in recent days. AccuWeather's Bernie Rayno (@AccuRayno on Twitter) has all the details on today's "Weather Insider" podcast! Download the new AccuWeather app today, avail…
 
The office of the Town Clerk is the repository for the maintenance and safekeeping of records for the Town of Ashford, Conn. The Town reports that housed in the fire-proof vault in the office of the Town Clerk are all land records, Town Meeting minutes, Town Ordinances, birth/marriage/civil union/death records, land surveys, election records, trade…
 
AccuWeather forecasters warn that yet another wave of severe weather is expected to strike storm-weary areas of the United States. The threat zone will cover an area of more than 1,000 miles from the lower Mississippi Valley and Southeast to the upper Ohio Valley into Tuesday night -- and storms in these areas will be capable of producing more torn…
 
The neighborhood of Germantown in Philadelphia sits at a higher elevation than most of the rest of the city. From 250-300 feet above sea level the temperature can average a degree or two colder than the city below. During weather situations that are borderline between rain and snow, often times much of the City of Philadelphia will have a slushy mi…
 
The first week of May is beginning quite active on the severe weather front, with hundreds of millions of Americans across the eastern half of the nation at risk for dangerous thunderstorms. The severe weather dangers Monday and Tuesday follow an outbreak of tornadoes across Mississippi to end the weekend, including one large nighttime tornado that…
 
Most of New Orleans, Louisiana is below the flowing water level of the Mississippi River, that also means that the city is below sea level and so both the Gulf of Mexico and Lake Pontchartrain surfaces are also above the ground level of the city. Because of that, the city does not have a natural drainage for rainwater, so pumps are required to remo…
 
Twelve people were hospitalized Saturday May 2, 2009 after the roof of the Dallas Cowboys' indoor practice facility in Frisco, Texas collapsed during a thunderstorm. The giant blue star atop the building lay crumpled on the ground. The storm knocked out power at team headquarters and splintered trees across the property. The roof was a large air- a…
 
The winter of 1853-1854 had been a particularly snowy one across the mountains of Vermont and New Hampshire. Not record breaking, but it was a cold winter and the snows that fell during the winter months didn’t melt much. The cold lingered into April and so did the snow on the ground. The weather pattern broke as the month ended, winds in the high …
 
Just as millions were getting used to warmth, balmy breezes and spring showers, Old Man Winter is poised to take another swing at the northeastern United States. AccuWeather Meteorologist Adam Del Rosso (@AdamDWeather on Twitter) has the latest on today's 'Weather Insider'! Download the new AccuWeather app today, available now in the App Store on i…
 
This week, Host, Dean DeVore welcomes Dr. Steven Cliff, the Acting Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Dr. Cliff joins the podcast to talk about a very important and devastating issue facing us today— pediatric vehicular heatstroke. As we enter warmer spring weather across the United States, the number of infant and…
 
The Huang He (Wang He) or Yellow River is one of the longest rivers in China, at 3,398 miles, it loops northward from the mountains in western China, then flows east, each year bringing 1.6 billion tons of fine-grained silt from the mountains to the huge flat basin of the north China plains. That rich laden dirt and silt makes the region one of the…
 
Following an eruption of severe weather in the Plains Tuesday and Wednesday, an expansive area of the southern United States will be at risk for potentially damaging thunderstorms Thursday. AccuWeather Meteorologist Adam Del Rosso (@AdamDWeather on Twitter) has the latest on today's 'Weather Insider'! Download the new AccuWeather app today, availab…
 
On April 22, 1991 an area of tropical thunderstorms began to organize in the Bay of Bengal it would grow to become one of the deadliest tropical cyclones ever recorded. The storm hit, one of the most populated areas in Bangladesh. An estimated 200,000 people were killed by the storm, as many as 10 million people lost their homes, and overall proper…
 
High temperatures soaring to levels more typical of June will put some long-standing records in jeopardy across the Ohio Valley and mid-Atlantic, but forecasters say the summer preview will come to an abrupt end as the calendar flips to May. AccuWeather Meteorologist Justin Povick (@AccuPovick on Twitter) has the latest on today's 'Weather Insider'…
 
1992: A hailstone begins as a water droplet that is swept up by an updraft inside of a thundercloud. Inside the cloud, there are a large number of other supercooled water droplets already present. These supercooled particles will adhere to the water droplet’s surface, forming layers of ice around it. The size the hailstone reaches depends on the am…
 
What will begin as an eruption of severe thunderstorms across the southern Plains late Tuesday could turn into a dangerous flash flooding situation as slow-moving downpours unload half a foot of rain or more across the south-central United States. AccuWeather Meteorologist Justin Povick (@AccuPovick on Twitter) has the latest on today's 'Weather In…
 
Santa Ana Winds occur when air from an area of high pressure over the dry, desert region of the southwestern U.S. flows westward in its clockwise circulation toward the California coast. This creates dry winds that flow east to west through the mountain passages in Southern California. These winds are most common during the cooler months of the yea…
 
As the calendar marches on toward summer, residents across a large portion of the Midwest and Northeast will get an early taste of some summerlike warmth this week, starting in the Midwest, before spilling all the way to the East Coast. AccuWeather Meteorologist Justin Povick (@AccuPovick on Twitter) has the latest on today's 'Weather Insider'! Dow…
 
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