The Pine Belt New Year Weather Forecast

As a shortwave lifts from the Southern Plains toward the Great Lakes today, its developing surface low should track from Arkansas toward Indiana. This will bring a cold front through Pine Belt, with a chance for strong to severe thunderstorms as the front moves through. Instability is currently increasing in the developing warm sector. Latest […]

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Our Global Warming Emergency

Thirty plus years of global warming reduction failure In spite of 30 years of warnings by credible scientists and the work of the environmental movement, plus a preponderance of collaborating scientific evidence, as well as numerous conferences (21 to date,) and previous treaties, the carbon dioxide and methane pollution of the atmosphere has not stopped, […]

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An Active and Destructive 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Ends

Despite pre-season predictions of an average to below-average year, the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season was above average by most measures, with two U.S. hurricanes—Florence and Michael—causing unusually high death tolls and catastrophic damage in excess of $10 billion each. The 2018 tally of activity in the Atlantic was 15 named storms, 8 hurricanes, 2 intense hurricanes, and an Accumulated Cyclone […]

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Hurricane Michael Intensifies to Category 2; May Be Florida Panhandle’s Strongest Landfall in 13 Years Wednesday

Michael is currently centered about 360 miles south of Panama City, Florida, and is moving north. (LATEST NEWS: Evacuations Ordered Along Florida Coast) Current Storm Status(The highest cloud tops, corresponding to the most vigorous convection, are shown in the brightest red colors. Clustering, deep convection around the center is a sign of a healthy tropical cyclone.) A storm […]

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