Perseid Meteor Shower Peeks Through Monday

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It’s the time of year where the fireballs shoot through the sky and entertain millions of sky-watchers across the Northern Hemisphere. The Perseid Meteor shower is one of the grander astronomical events and it will be at its peek Saturday through Monday night. The mid August celestial sensation can best be seen with clear skies on Sunday night. The Perseid … Read More

40 Years Ago

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While the weather on this January 26th, 2018 is quiet, a winter storm 40 years ago to this date was wreaking havoc across the Buckeye State. It came to be known as the Blizzard of 1978. We will go back into that time period and describe how the storm impacted Ohio. The day before (January 25th, 1978), there were two … Read More

Severe Weather This Afternoon in the Carolinas; Colder Air on the Way

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Severe weather is occurring this hour in portions of Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. As a result, the Storm Prediction Center has issued a Tornado Watch for this region. The watch is in effect through 9:00 PM EDT tonight. There have already been multiple reports of tornadoes on the ground via dual-pol doppler radar and spotters. Right along the … Read More

The Great American Eclipse is Tomorrow!

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This is the third Neoweather article on the upcoming solar eclipse. If you haven’t seen them already check out Brian Ivey’s article and Jim Martin’s article. Tomorrow is the day we have been waiting for, a total solar eclipse will cross a 65 mile swath across the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. While only a small fraction of the … Read More

What You Should Know About The Perseid Meteor Shower

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If you like astronomy and cool sights in the sky then you will definitely want to look up tonight. The Perseid meteor shower will be at its peak tonight and will be visible across much of the northern hemisphere. August is known as ‘meteor month’ because of the multiple shows the caused by outer space rocks streaking through the outer … Read More