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  1. Only after the South has a colder-than-normal December for a change. The last one in my area was 2010.
  2. If this holds together, not only will it impact the western and northern parts of the Kansas City metropolitan area, but it could also impact areas of north-central Missouri, where I have a lot of extended family.
  3. Heh, a few of the soundings I've found in central Pennsylvania between Harrisburg and Williamsport have "PDS TOR" as a possible hazard during the mid- to late-afternoon hours.
  4. It says "Not For Broadcast," but The Weather Channel just broadcast it.
  5. Now that's a Texas town name if ever there was one.
  6. The homes in Huber Heights, OH are all made of bricks, so I bet they're nice and sturdy, minimizing damage.
  7. Somebody goofed pretty badly on the color, though.
  8. I know that 1966 and 1993 had major heat waves in the Mid-Atlantic, and 1993 and 2015 kept the heat away from the Great Lakes for the most part. From what I can tell, 1987 was moderately hot in the Eastern U.S. outside of New York and New England. And 1992 was just an oddball. That was a very mild summer, probably due to the Mt. Pinatubo eruption in 1991.
  9. So, like, there was supposed to be a significant chance of thunderstorms in the South for the last couple of days, but there's been nothing in my immediate area, and not much in other parts of Georgia, Alabama or the Carolinas, from what I can tell. We'll probably get some storms tomorrow, but other than that, not much, because the front will pass and the sky will clear out by Sunday afternoon.
  10. Well duh, that's why they're called Sunday! Likewise, you never want to be caught in the Great Plains on a Wednesday, or the South on a Friday!
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