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Rain showers start up overnight

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Rain showers start up overnight


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Early winter outlook showing wetter than usual conditions

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Early winter outlook showing wetter than usual conditions


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NOAA: The Fate Of This Year’s Winter Forecast Lies In La Nina Turnout

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NOAA: The Fate Of This Year’s Winter Forecast Lies In La Nina Turnout


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Soggy stretch helped get Autumn rainfall back on track

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Soggy stretch helped get Autumn rainfall back on track


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Post-Tropical Cyclone Ophelia Batters Ireland

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Post-Tropical Cyclone Ophelia Batters Ireland


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Storms Swamp Chicago; Flood Riverwalk

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Storms Swamp Chicago; Flood Riverwalk


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Heavy rain possible through Saturday night

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Heavy rain possible through Saturday night


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  • Early winter outlook showing wetter than usual conditions
    Early winter outlook showing wetter than usual conditions

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    While it's still early to be thinking about the winter, the Climate Prediction Center has issued their long range outlook for December, January, and February. The outlook won't ever have exact numbers for temperature and precipitation, but it does give an indication on the possible overall trends for the winter, showing areas could see the worst of the winter weather. The northwest corner of the nation, including the Pacific Northwest, Montana, and North Dakota, have a good chance for colder than usual conditions, while much of the south including Texas may see much warmer than usual temperatures
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  • Three tropical systems are churning in the Atlantic this weekend
    Three tropical systems are churning in the Atlantic this weekend

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    And then there were three- Jose, Lee, and Maria! On Saturday afternoon, a third area of low pressure strengthened to a tropical storm, bringing up the total to one hurricane and two tropical storms in the Atlantic basin. Hurricane Jose remains a Category 1 hurricane and will eventually go out to sea. Rough surf and strong rip currents will continue to be a concern along the East coast this weekend, but the strongest of winds will stay well off shore
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