Powerful storms to bring heavy snow and high winds across US for Thanksgiving

 Millions of Americans are bracing for two “powerful” storms expected to dump heavy blankets of snow and force road closures and flight delays as families prepare for a busy week of travel during the Thanksgiving holiday  A snowy weather system could linger through the rest of the week and into the weekend as it moves […]

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Science Trek: Weather

>>>PRESENTATION OF SCIENCE TREK ON IDAHO PUBLIC TELEVISION IS MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THE LAURA MOORE CUNNINGHAM FOUNDATION. COMMITTED TO FULFILLING THE MOORE FAMILY LEGACY OF BUILDING THE GREAT STATE OF IDAHO.>>THE WEATHER IMPACTS EVERYTHING WE DO. BUT HOW DO WE KNOW IF IT WILL RAIN ARE BE SUNNY? THAT’S WHAT METEOROLOGISTS […]

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Latest El Nino briefing for southwest California – November 25, 2015

Hello, this is Eric Boldt from the National Weather Service in Oxnard, CA. Here is an update on El Nino and the latest predictions for the upcoming winter season across southwest California. We have been in El Nino since last March and it continues to strengthen. This El Nino could rank among the top three […]

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