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Sunny and warm, perfect fall weekend ahead

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Sunny and warm, perfect fall weekend ahead


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Aided By Rain, Bear Fire Containment Reaches 40 Percent

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Aided By Rain, Bear Fire Containment Reaches 40 Percent


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Why you may not be able to see one of 2017’s brightest meteor showers from KC

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Why you may not be able to see one of 2017’s brightest meteor showers from KC


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Very windy Friday, rain and storms likely Saturday

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Very windy Friday, rain and storms likely Saturday


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Recent rains improve the drought

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Recent rains improve the drought


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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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Warm and windy weather keeps Jax and Neptune Beach lifeguards on the beach into fall
This year’s warmer weather — especially into October — has made what is usually a quiet time of the year for local lifeguards extremely busy. Pike said the city has already included an additional $25,000 to lifeguards this year, as the warmer weather had them out earlier in the spring and through October. They are usually out on the beach from Memorial Day until Labor Day   Read More ...
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Sunny and warm, perfect fall weekend ahead
WEBVTT DIMINISH TO ASOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTION INTO THEWEEKEND.I PRESSURE IN CONTROL.THE SATELLITE PICTURE CLOSER TOHOME CONFIRMS THE CITY CAM,NOTHING GOING ON.TONIGHT, CLEAR ON THE CHILLYSIDE, 38-48.TOMORROW, SUNNY SKIES,76-82.BOSTON'S RECORD HIGH TOMORROW IS82.I DON'T THINK WE WILL GET TO IT.WE ARE FLIRTING WITH RECORD HIGHTEMPERATURE ZONES.IF YOU'RE HEADED OVER TO THEWALK TO DEFEAT ALS, THIS WILL BEBEAUTIFUL WEATHER.65-70.YOU MIGHT NEED A JACKET EARLY,BUT YOU'LL PROBABLY NEED THESUNSCREEN   Read More ...
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Arizona winter weather: La Niña? El Niño? What's the big deal, anyway?
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Aided By Rain, Bear Fire Containment Reaches 40 Percent
SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) – The Bear Fire in unincorporated Santa Cruz County has burned 320 acres and is 40 percent contained as of 9 a.m. Friday morning, according to Cal Fire. Cal Fire officials said that cool, moist weather conditions helped the firefight and the area also received a quarter-inch of rain last night. Fire crews were reinforcing and establishing containment lines around the fire   Read More ...
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WCSD Prepares for Winter Weather With Information, Resources for Families
The Washoe County School District is preparing for inclement weather, and is reminding students, families, and the community about transportation and safety procedures during the winter months. These procedures include extensive outreach efforts, communication via a variety of channels, and prior warnings about school cancellations or delays whenever possible. “Student and staff safety is our highest priority, not only during winter weather events, but all year round,” said Rick Martin, director of transportation for WCSD   Read More ...
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Why you may not be able to see one of 2017’s brightest meteor showers from KC
One of the brightest meteor showers of the year is set to peak this weekend, but those in the Kansas City area may miss it due to weather. If you can get a glimpse, you’ll see one of the year’s best sky shows. “The Orionids ... are considered to be one of the most beautiful showers of the year,” NASA wrote in a 2015 post   Read More ...
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Southern California gets brief rain but heat is on the way
A weak cold front is bringing rain showers to parched Southern California but forecasters say there will be a quick turnabout as Santa Ana winds develop during the weekend, followed by possible record heat. The National Weather Service said Friday morning's precipitation would be short-lived, with clouds clearing through the day. The weather then turns gusty, dry and increasingly hot, with a significant warming trend Monday and Tuesday, bringing critical fire danger   Read More ...
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Weekly wrap-up: Puerto Rico still in the dark 1 month after Maria; Deadly wildfires char Spain, Portugal
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Southern California at risk for Santa Ana firestorm as heat builds to record levels early next week
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Destructive wildfires threaten to taint iconic California wines with smoke
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Severe storms to threaten outdoor plans in central US Saturday
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Pacific Ocean pattern could prevent a harsh winter in Virginia, but plan for some cold and snow
Virginia’s winter could be a bit warmer and drier than average again, but that doesn’t mean the months ahead will be balmy and snow-free. A weak La Niña pattern developing in the Pacific Ocean is expected to be a key factor in the upcoming winter’s weather across the U.S., according to an outlook issued Thursday by forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration   Read More ...
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The gorgeous weather will continue, but we need rain
NOAA’s WINTER OUTLOOK… Forecasters from NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center issued their outlook for the upcoming winter season yesterday. This outlook is for the meteorological winter, which includes all of December, January, and February. They are predicting a weak, but potentially short-lived La Nina in the Pacific Ocean, but it could still have a big impact on the winter season. For New England, odds favor a warmer than normal winter   Read More ...
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Southern California gets brief rain but heat on the way
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A weak cold front is bringing rain showers to parched Southern California but forecasters say there will be a quick turnabout as Santa Ana winds develop during the weekend, followed by possible record heat. The National Weather Service says Friday morning's precipitation will be short-lived, with clouds clearing through the day. The weather then turns gusty, dry and increasingly hot, with a significant warming trend Monday and Tuesday, and critical fire danger   Read More ...
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La Niña expected to bring mild winter to US
BOSTON Based on the conditions in the Pacific Ocean running cooler than average (also known as La Niña), which Deputy Director of NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center Mike Halpert said are similar to those observed last year, the forecast for this winter will likely be similar to last year’s. Halpert said a La Niña watch was issued in September and is likely to be upgraded to an advisory in about a month   Read More ...
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Windy and warm today; good chance of rain Saturday
Strong winds and warm conditions, followed by a decent chance of rain. Forecasters are calling for a high temperature in the upper 70s today. They say south-southeast winds could gust as high as 40 to 45 mph. Tonight, the National Weather Service office in Valley said, the wind gusts will drop just a bit — to 35 mph. Also, there is a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms   Read More ...
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Windy conditions today, with cooler weather coming our way
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Danielle Gersh's Weather Forecast (Oct. 20)
What kind of weather can we expect this weekend? Danielle Gersh has the Forecast.   Read More ...
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Dry Friday and weekend, but big rain arrives next week
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) - The beautiful weather will linger into the weekend with temperatures climbing slightly. A good chance for rain is back by early next week. Full sunshine is expected again today with highs in the 70s to near 80 degrees. A light breeze and low humidity keeps it feeling comfortable, despite the slightly warmer than usual conditions. Friday night football or any other outdoor plans tonight will be quite pleasant with no chance of rain   Read More ...
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Sunny skies, warm temps ahead for weekend
Look for sunny skies for your Friday, with a high near 75. Tonight, mostly clear, with a low around 47. Saturday, mostly sunny, with a high near 79. Saturday night, partly cloudy, with a low around 52. Sunday, mostly sunny, with a high near 79. Sunday night, a slight chance of showers after 2 a.m. Partly cloudy, with a low around 57   Read More ...
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Very windy Friday, rain and storms likely Saturday
WEBVTT OK, CHECK IT OUT YOUR WEATHER ONTHIS FRIDAY.MATT: IT IS WARM ALREADY, MID TOUPPER 50'S ACROSS THE METRO ANDOF THE WIND PICKING UP A LITTLEBIT MORE.JUMPING INTO THE STORMPREDICTOR.AND HIGH CLOUDS THIS MORNING,STRONG WINDS BY NOON.ABOUT 30-40 MILES PER HOUR ANDWE ARE GETTING INTO THE 60'S AND70'S.WINDY THIS AFTERNOON, SO GUSTSOVER 40 MILES PER HOUR WITH MORECLOUDS.WE WILL BE DRY   Read More ...
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Warmer-than-average winter likely in Southern New England
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October warmth continues
Jack Perry Journal Staff Writer jgregoryperry PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Expect a lot of sunshine and a high near 74 degrees on this Thursday. Any morning clouds should clear and the wind will blow from the southwest at 5 to 10 mph but could gust up to 25 mph. The high temperatures along with low humidity and gusty wind will increase the fire risk, the National Weather Service says   Read More ...
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Weather Service: 3rd straight mild winter on way
Weather Service: 3rd straight mild winter on way By JASON SAMENOW. The Washington Post October 19. 2017 11:31PM. A New Hampshire Department of Transportation truck spreads brine on Interstate 93 during a storm last year. (COURTESY NHDOT) If you’re itching for outbreaks of the polar vortex and waist-deep snow, the upcoming winter may not be your cup of tea. And, thanks to climate change, the odds of brutally cold winters are decaying   Read More ...
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Preparing for a Fall Storm and Getting Ready for Winter
Drivers experienced smooth conditions on I-80 Thursday morning, but many are wondering if the smooth weather will hold into the night and upcoming months as winter weather approaches.Road crews are already getting prepared for inclement weather conditions. "For us when it's the first snow or its been a while since it snowed that learning curve is gone with people, so we're going to be extra cautious   Read More ...
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Racing to repair the Oroville Dam — before the rains come
In one of the fastest-paced civic construction jobs in recent U.S. history, hundreds of carpenters, operating engineers and iron workers are rushing to complete repairs to the damaged Oroville Dam spillway. The crews are trying to beat a Nov. 1 deadline and the Northern California rainy season, which once again will begin to fill the massive reservoir behind the nation’s highest dam   Read More ...
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Recent rains improve the drought
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) - Drought conditions ranging from moderate to extreme just a few weeks ago have gotten smaller or even erased. The latest Drought Monitor issued Thursday morning shows that unusually dry conditions continue from roughly Highway 30 and south. This is because there are still some leftover effects of the very dry weather in August and September. A few small pockets of moderate drought dot the area, too, but those are much smaller than they had been   Read More ...
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First Alert: Heavy Rain and Gusty Winds Tuesday
NBC Connecticut Meteorologists have issued a First Alert ahead of heavy rain and gusty winds expected Tuesday. A cold front will push through the region on Tuesday which will help produce the storms. There is still some uncertainty with regard to timing and intensity with the storm system given we're still about 5 days away. Right now it appears that a period of heavy rain could affect the state Tuesday into Wednesday   Read More ...
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Winter 2017-2018: NOAA says the weather outside might not be so frightful
La Niña is expected to be back and it may wreck your winter. But that depends on where you live and if you do or don’t like the cold. NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center has released its winter outlook. This forecast is not a guide for deciding your detailed ski vacation or New Year’s Eve plans, but it may give you an idea of which winter coat you should buy for the season and if you need to stock up on whiskey and coffee   Read More ...
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Winter 2017-2018: NOAA says the weather outside might not be so frightful
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Partly cloudy, a few showers Friday
WEBVTT MEREDITH: SLOWLY BUT SURELY, AID-- CHIEF METEOROLOGIST JOININGUS NOW.TONY: THE WEATHER IS FANTASTIC.A NICE BREEZE OUT THERE.NOTHING SIGNIFICANT.RIVER LEVELS SEEM TO BESTABILIZING.DRIER WEATHER FOR THE NEXTCOUPLE OF DAYS.DOWNTOWN ORLANDO, SUNSHINE, 85DEGREES.THE DRIER AIR WE TALKED ABOUTLAST NIGHT HAS WORKED ON IN.AT LEAST UPSTAIRS AND THAT ISLIMITING THE OVERALL RAINFALLSITUATION.THERE ARE SHOWERS UNDERNEATHTHAT.HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT.YOU CAN SEE SPOTTY, LIGHT RAINSHOWERS.THAT IS THE KEY SIGNATURE   Read More ...
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A huge portion of the US may be warmer than usual this winter
A massive portion of the United States could be warmer than normal this winter if the La Nina climate phase kicks in, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. There is about a 55 to 65 percent chance of a La Nina developing over the next several months, said NOAA's Climate Prediction Center in its winter outlook for 2017. Only a small portion of the northern continental U   Read More ...
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Major storms bringing heavy rain, up to 17 inches of snow to Cascades
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NFL week 7 forecasts: Showers to dampen play in London, Chicago and Miami
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Cool, wet weather to offer brief reprieve from California wildfire activity as week ends
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Winter weather forecast shows colder, wetter North and warmer, drier South - Dauer: 38 Sekunden
What happens in the Pacific Ocean with the phenomenon La Niña will likely cause temperature and precipitation changes across the country this winter, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.   Read More ...
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Climate change at work? Weather Service calls for third straight mild winter.
If you’re itching for outbreaks of the polar vortex and waist-deep snow, the upcoming winter may not be your cup of tea. And, thanks to climate change, the odds of brutally cold winters are decaying. For the third time in as many years, the nation — on balance — should expect warmer-than-normal temperatures, according to the National Weather Service, which released its winter outlook on Thursday   Read More ...
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Forecasters predict a mild, not-so-snowy winter for Maryland
Forecasters at the Climate Prediction Center in College Park are calling for potentially mild and not very snowy conditions this winter in the mid-Atlantic. They expect La Niña, a climate pattern that is opposite of El Niño, to develop. Many of Baltimore’s mildest and least-snowy winters came during La Niña conditions. The pattern suggests above-average temperatures and drier-than-normal conditions will dominate across the southern United States and up and down the East Coast   Read More ...
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