Forecast: Dry And More Heat For Now

Brian IveyOhio, USLeave a Comment

It’s been one very long stretch of dry weather across much of Ohio. Several record high temperatures have been recorded over the last couple weeks. It looks like the warm and dry pattern is not done yet. Portions of Northeast Ohio are now in a drought. Abnormally dry conditions exist from the Medina, Akron/Canton and Youngstown areas. Cleveland and Akron … Read More

Florida Wildfire Risk Continues

Brian IveyNational, USLeave a Comment

When you think of large wildfires that make the news, you probably think of California or somewhere else in the Southwest. Florida is a peninsula that sits surrounded by water and normally plenty of humidity. This means tropical rains are fairly common and the fire danger is normally low. An extended dry pattern is making the norm far from reality. … Read More

Critical Fire Danger for South Central Plains Friday

Mark SpencerBreaking Stories, National, Southern Plains, US, Weather NewsLeave a Comment

The National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center has highlighted an area where they expect critical fire conditions to occur on Friday. Major cities included in this area are Amarillo,  TX; Salina,  KS; Hutchinson,  KS ; Garden City,  KS; and Dodge City,  KS. They are all within a region expanding across Kansas,  Oklahoma,  Texas,  and New Mexico has been in a long-term … Read More

Active Jetstream to Dump Rain on California

Mark SpencerNational, Southwest, USLeave a Comment

California needs the rain. The southern two thirds of the state are in a drought and have been for quite some time. The good news is, some relief is on the way, and rain is already falling across parts of the state. It won’t be a drought buster, but eye-popping rainfall totals will certainly make a dent in some regions, … Read More