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December 1 marks the beginning of meteorological winter. Meteorological winter is comprised of December, January and February.
I always chuckle to myself on Memorial Day weekend when many flock to the beach and shiver in the ocean. The ocean temperature is about fifty four degrees as opposed to about fifty two on Memorial Day.
This winter there will not be a El Nino or La Nina. It looks like a La Nada winter this year. These winters are very difficult to predict.
Getting snow in November is rare, but not unheard of. National and Dulles Airports both average around an inch of snow in a typical November - making the "Veteran's Day" storm totals one for the record books.
I used to live in Oklahoma City, Edmond actually from May of 1994 through October of 1997. I worked in "tornado alley" at KOCO-TV.
It sure does seem a lot cooler this march than in 2012 and a comparison of high temperatures at Reagan National proves the point.
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We've had some of our biggest snow storms in the month of March and there's a potential snow storm next Wednesday.
What's the difference between a Yellow and Red Alert in the WUSA9 First Alert Weather Center? Read this to find out.
In the 2nd part of this series on our lack of bad weather, we're looking for the reason behind the low number of tornadoes in 2013.
The 2013 tropical season is the weakest in more than 30 years. The 12 named storms is about average, but there were only two hurricanes, and neither of them became major hurricanes.
Philippe Cousteau's EarthEcho Expedition program launched this month, with rave reviews from science teachers, and their students.