Fall Weather Safety Newsletter

Fall Weather Safety Newsletter

Fall Brings Outdoor Safety to the Forefront Fall sports means students and coaches are outside in large numbers spread out over significant distances. It also means audiences for Friday night football. Already, games have been disrupted by thunderstorms. But is your...
Is La Niña Starting?

Is La Niña Starting?

The latest weekly ENSO report from the Climate Prediction Center (CPC) has three consecutive weeks of La Niña threshold temperatures in region 3.4 of the Pacific Ocean. The La Niña threshold is a temperature anomaly of -.5 degrees Celsius or cooler for three...
Is La Niña Right Around the Corner?

Is La Niña Right Around the Corner?

The Climate Prediction Center weekly ENSO update came out today and it has some interesting information. El Niño weakened earlier in 2016 with equatorial Pacific waters cooling. Over the last 6 weeks, the equatorial waters are cool enough for ENSO neutral conditions....
Not All El Niños Are Created Equally

Not All El Niños Are Created Equally

As winter approaches, more and more people are becoming aware of El Niño. Did you already know about it? If so, great. If not, you have time to learn and prepare. It is a significant factor in weather forecasts for the next 6 months. Meteorologists in many areas of...
Proper Weather Planning Keeps People Safe

Proper Weather Planning Keeps People Safe

Over the next few weeks of summer right through fall, outdoor festivals continue throughout the country. It is an exciting time of year, for many families, as summer festivals transition to harvest and fall festivals. State Fairs across the south and west continue...

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