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  • Hurricane Katrina 10 years later: What have we learned?
    Hurricane Katrina 10 years later: What have we learned?
    On August 28, 2005, “The Bulletin” was issued by the National Weather Service in New Orleans, with wording reminiscent to the overly-dramatic scripts of disaster movies. “Most of the area will be uninhabitable for weeks&hellip...
  • Rare August tornado confirmed in South Mississippi
    Rare August tornado confirmed in South Mississippi
    A rotating storm that moved through parts of South Mississippi on Monday (Aug. 17) produced a rare August tornado, according to the National Weather Service (NWS) in Jackson.NWS says the EF-0 tornado with winds up to 75 mph touched down four miles...
  • Disaster
    The new phase against disaster in New York
    Currently, there is a particular lifestyle blog site that has issued an article, featuring some cities in the United States, which are already facing a new and exciting phase of their being environment friendly. This is a practice that they are...
  • July Review
    July 2015 weather review for Grand Rapids
    July 2015 will be remembered for a weak tornado and large temperature swings.There was only one significant severe weather event during July. On July 13-14, two rounds of strong and severe thunderstorms moved across West Michigan. The first batch...
  • August
    August 2015 weather preview for Grand Rapids
    The summer season concludes during August as West Michigan prepares for autumn. The typical high temperature cools from 82 degrees on the 1st to 79 degrees by the 31st. Low temperatures have the same trend. The low starts at 62 degrees on the 1st...
  • July Update
    July 2015 starts cool with one tornado
    The month of July is half over, and so far Grand Rapids has experienced below average temperatures and a lack of rainfall. The temperatures overall are significantly below average. So far, the average low temperature is 57.33° which is 4.63...
  • June Review
    June 2015 weather review for Grand Rapids
    June 2015 will be remembered for the Portland tornado and the chilly temperatures.There was only one significant severe weather event during June. On June 22, two rounds of strong and severe thunderstorms moved across the state. The first round of...
  • July
    July 2015 weather preview for Grand Rapids
    July is the peak month of the summer season. The typical high temperature warms from 82.6° on the 1st, to a peak of 83.2° from the 10th to the 13th and cools down to 82.0° by the 31st. Low temperatures have the same trend. The low...
  • May Review
    May 2015 weather review for Grand Rapids
    Despite several rounds of cool temperatures the month of May will be remembered as warm and dry. The average low temperature for Grand Rapids was 50.45° which is 2.66° above average. The high temperatures were also warmer than normal. The...
  • June
    June 2015 weather preview for Grand Rapids
    June begins the start of the summer season. The typical high temperature warms from 74.6° on the 1st to 82.5° on the 30th. Low temperatures take a similar rise going from 53.2° to 61.2°.You know summer has arrived, since snow has...
  • May
    May 2015 weather preview for Grand Rapids
    During May, West Michigan finishes the spring season and prepares for summer. The typical high temperature warms from 65° on the 1st to 74° on the 31st. Low temperatures take a similar rise going from 43° to 53°.We don’t...
  • ECOPOLITICS
    California Gov. Brownout
    California Gov. Jerry Brown’s liberal-progressive impulses are once again pushing climate carbon reductions. As global governments struggle to sustain the evermore-tenuous reasons to foreclose on proven, conventional, economical fossil fuel...
  • April Update
    April 2015 starts warm and wet
    The month of April is half over, and so far Grand Rapids has experienced above average temperatures and heavy rain with wind damage.The temperatures overall have above average, even with a few chilly mornings. So far, the average low temperature...
  • Shallow storms deceptively spawn unwarned tornadoes in Central Mississippi
    Shallow storms deceptively spawn unwarned tornadoes in Central Mississippi
    Residents in three Central Mississippi counties are cleaning up damage after tornadoes touched down without any warning and little detection early this week.While we expect tornadoes in April with the month historically being the most active of...
  • CaliforniaDrought
    California drought may be cyclical pattern, but concerns remain high
    On April 1, California Governor Jerry Brown issued an executive order mandating a scale back of water use throughout the state. The executive order came among news of a historically low snowpack and concerns over how long the state’s...
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