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    NOAA - National Oceanic Atmosphere Administration

    Thursday, October 23 2014 9:52 AM EDT2014-10-23 13:52:19 GMT
    Thursday, October 23 2014 9:52 AM EDT2014-10-23 13:52:19 GMT
    NOAA's weather programs touch the lives of every American. Every day, decisions are made based on NOAA weather information – from the mundane "should I pack an umbrella today?” to the most critical and potentially life-saving.With the mission to protect life and property, and enhance the United States' economy, NOAA's National Weather Service is the sole official voice of the U.S. government for issuing warnings during life-threatening weather situations. Covering the sun to the seas, the Nat...More>>
    NOAA's weather programs touch the lives of every American. Every day, decisions are made based on NOAA weather information – from the mundane "should I pack an umbrella today?” to the most critical and potentially life-saving.With the mission to protect life and property, and enhance the United States' economy, NOAA's National Weather Service is the sole official voice of the U.S. government for issuing warnings during life-threatening weather situations. Covering the sun to the seas, the Nat...More>>
  • Wet & Windy North West

    Wet & Windy North West

    Thursday, October 23 2014 9:44 AM EDT2014-10-23 13:44:02 GMT
    Thursday, October 23 2014 9:44 AM EDT2014-10-23 13:44:02 GMT
    An upper-atmospheric area of low pressure slid southeast from the Great Lakes and spawned an area of low pressure. This low is spinning off the Northeast coast and is slowly move northeast and will remain off the New England coast through early Friday. The low will also intensify as it meanders off the Eastern Seaboard.Flood WatchesFlood WatchesThursday's ForecastThursday's ForecastThis low in combination with a strong surface high pressure system in eastern Canada has created a tight pressur...More>>
    An upper-atmospheric area of low pressure slid southeast from the Great Lakes and spawned an area of low pressure. This low is spinning off the Northeast coast and is slowly move northeast and will remain off the New England coast through early Friday. The low will also intensify as it meanders off the Eastern Seaboard.Flood WatchesFlood WatchesThursday's ForecastThursday's ForecastThis low in combination with a strong surface high pressure system in eastern Canada has created a tight pressur...More>>
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