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Who bad weather favors on Election Day

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There’s a reason Election Day is on the first Tuesday of November. And it has (just about) everything to do with the weather. Election Day...
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Nicole forms northeast of the Bahamas

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Subtropical Storm Nicole formed in the southwestern Atlantic on the morning of Nov. 7, becoming the fourteenth named storm of the season. What You Need...
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A short history of daylight saving time

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Twice a year, most of the U.S. adjusts to time moving forward in the spring and back again in the fall. But where did the...
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Radar can see more than rain and snow

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From rain to snow to hail, even smoke plumes and tornado debris, radar can see a lot. But it can also spot things that aren’t...
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Adventuring on one of Alaska’s glaciers

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Matanuska Glacier is one of Alaska’s most accessible glaciers. What You Need To Know Matanuska Glacier is the largest glacier in the U.S. that people...
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6 times tropical cyclones devastated the U.S. in November

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We have finally made it to the last month of the Atlantic hurricane season. Even though activity decreases during November, we have still seen some...
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What happens when adverse weather cancels an event?

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Many event organizers and business owners use weather insurance to protect their event or business. What You Need To Know Organizers can purchase weather insurance...
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Afraid of the weather? These are common weather phobias

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A lot of us hate different types of weather. Someone from the south may hate the cold, while someone from up north might hate the...
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Tracking Post Tropical Cyclone 15

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A disturbance near Central America organized on Sunday, Oct, 30, becoming Post Tropical Cyclone 15. What You Need To Know Post Tropical Storm 15 formed Sunday, Oct....
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NASA needs your help identifying electric ‘sprites’

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It’s one of the least understood phenomena in earth’s atmosphere, and now NASA is asking for your help to better understand it. They’re called ‘sprites’...