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Hey this is Brian with the National Weather Service in Eureka California. It’s Tuesday afternoon and I want to talk about the week of weather ahead. Tomorrow is going to be a big day of weather, lots of wind, lots of rain. Strongest wind will be along the coast at coastal headlands. Tie your loose

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every second of every day thousands of objects pass overhead and yet we are never noticed at least not directly since the dawn of the Space Age we’ve been hurling machines in orbit on a very regular basis and at any one moment there could be dozens from above you now before you thought that

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On October 18th, NOAA issued its December through February outlook for temperature, precipitation, and drought. The tropical Pacific has gradually warmed recently, and we expect to see an El Niño develop in the coming months. However, this is expected to be a weak El Niño, unlike the recent, strong episode that started in 2015. As

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There’s one thing we all know about El Nino. FARLEY: El Nino is Spanish for The Nino But what IS the nino? So El Nino is this complex weather phenomenon that occurs every 2 to 7 years in the Pacific. And it affects weather around the world. To understand how it works, it helps to

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A NEW UPDATE IS EXPECTED ANY MINUTE OR HAS IT COME IN? >>Reporter: THAT WAS AT 5:00. NOT MUCH HAS CHANGED. THE PRESSURE WENT UP A LITTLE BIT. TIGHTLY PACKED MODEL GROUPING. HIGH CONFIDENCE NOW. YOU CAN SEE THE RED LINE IS THE OFFICIAL FORECAST. ALL THE MODELS ARE SHOWING A BEND TO THE NORTH

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Weather patterns. Let’s talk about weather patterns and why we study them. So when you’ve been snowboarding as long as I have We really watch the weather patterns so we can chase the good snow be safe and have fun Once you’ve got to L3 you’re really an aggressive rider, and you’re wanting to find

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As the weather around the world reaches new extremes the big challenge will be to try and mitigate the effects of climate change by changing the way we create and use energy, transport and food production. But could there be other ways using the technology we have today to try and reduce the size and

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Taking daily weather observations. Checking the rain gauge and measuring the precipitation. Recording the high, low, and current temperatures. They’re common tasks for those involved with weather forecasting. But for a cooperative observer located to our east in Bridgehampton, NY, the excitement of observing thunderstorms and other meteorological phenomena has kept him taking measurements for

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