Heavy Storms into the I-95 Corridor Tuesday

A cold front will move through the eastern part of the country, sparking heavy thunderstorms across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. The bulk of the storms will be right along the I-95 corridor. The storms, as shown on the simulated radar below will be ongoing from the morning. The storms are expected to intensify coming East […]

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Tropic Storm Chris to Form, Atlantic Canada May Get Impacted, Track Not Easy

We should see Chris develop off the Southeast coast this weekend. Based off the latest Recon reports, we are getting close to a tropical storm. Now most of the modeling has the system stalling off the Southeast coast through the weekend then heading out to sea very quickly, impacting Atlantic Canada by Thursday. If that […]

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Chris May Develop, but Blocking Stalls the “Out to Sea” Movement

The system off the Southeast coast will most likely develop into a tropical depression and perhaps even become Chris over the weekend. The system is in a good place for development but also in a location where escaping to the northeast and out to sea could be problematic. Initially, the system will move toward the […]

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New York City to Philadelphia to Cincinnati May Have Flooding Downpour Type Storms

Scattered thunderstorms will once again develop this afternoon from eastern New England through the Ohio Valley. As we saw yesterday, the storms were slow movers producing tremendous heavy rains and downpours which resulted in street flooding and small creeks rising. On the other side of things, the storms will bring relief to the heat by […]

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Bad Air Quality and Horrible Heat, and It’s Monday!

Folks across the Northeast get to start their Monday with poor air quality, high heat, extreme heat index and high humidity today. The National Weather Service has issued Air Quality Alerts, Excessive Heat Warning and Heat Advisories for much of the Northeast. Air quality alerts mean that ozone levels and pollutants will be high which […]

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Important Tips For Staying Cool In The Heat

Story by Steven DiMartino When the temperature starts to rise above 90 degrees and the humidity feels like the whole world is one big sauna, there are some ways to stay safe and cool.  So let’s go over them! Drink water, and keep drinking water.  Your body gets dehydrated faster in the heat and making […]

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Saturday UPDATE: Quebec, Ontario and the Northeast Could See Damaging Storms

As I mentioned the other day, the storms are going to be going around the rim of the heatwave from the Plains to the Northeast. This afternoon into tonight, we will see a complex of storms moving through Ontario and Quebec, impacting Montreal and Quebec City, that same complex of storms will drop into the […]

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