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WEATHER BLOG: Fourth Of July Forecast

All eyes are on the Fourth of July forecast for today as a shortwave trough approaches from the west. Latest trends are indicating that we will indeed have a few showers and perhaps a t-storm earlier in the day, but dry out just in time for fireworks. 71 more words


WEATHER BLOG: Holiday Outlook

Here is the weekend holiday outlook: Overnight, we do expect to see some showers move our way and temps to fall to the low or mid 60s. 91 more words


Chatfield Reopens But Still Messy: 'It Does Smell'

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– More areas of Chatfield Reservoir have reopened for the 4th of July holiday weekend but people who want to spend time there will have to deal with some unwanted obstacles. 299 more words


Garrett's Blog: Storms Friday Evening

Storm development is underway with daytime heating in NE Oklahoma and NW Arkansas.

The storms will be slow movers at just 15mph to the southeast, some will be severe with the potential for damaging winds and torrential rain. 99 more words


Joe's Weather Blog: Decent weekend then storms (FRI-7/3)

Good afternoon and we wish you a safe holiday weekend. Mother Nature will mostly cooperate with the weather over the next several days, but if your weekend is longer, through Monday, then the potential of getting wet will be increasing dramatically early next week. 635 more words


One year ago this week, Hurricane Arthur brought tornadoes and flooding to parts of Hampton Roads and NE North Carolina

Hampton Roads, Va. – One year ago this week, people across Hampton Roads and NE North Carolina were bracing for an early season hurricane.

Hurricane Arthur made landfall over Shackleford Banks, NC, around 11:15 p.m. 177 more words


WEATHER BLOG: Friday Of July 4th Weekend

A ridge of high pressure will temporarily bring drier weather and a fairly nice day across the Northeast.

The wind should be fairly light and northeasterly. 565 more words