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Nevertheless, it just makes sense to have a tornado plan.
North Dakota eastward across Minnesota and Wisconsin to Michigan has more incidences of cold core funnel clouds than anywhere else in the United States.
For those of us in the business of forecasting, a shower differs from rain by being convective in nature.
Warm and breezy will be the theme for parts of the Dakotas and Minnesota this weekend with scattered T-storms staying west until Monday.

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StormTRACKER Meteorologist John Wheeler discusses the warm weather pattern.
When dew point temperatures reach into the 60s, the air feels distinctively humid.
The National Weather Service does not put out warnings for lightning, because then every thunderstorm would require a warning.
Temperatures on Friday will be quite chilly, but we do look to warm into the 70s with a lack of cloud cover both Saturday and Sunday.
People have been asking if the increase in fire frequency is related to climate change.
In this Weather Wednesday we learn how to properly set up and read a rain gauge.

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The casual weather observer might be inclined to say, "Well, these things will even out over time," but reality is a little more complicated.
If allowed, the major port cities of Baton Rouge and New Orleans would be left on a river too shallow for ocean liners.
Previous mudslides have closed that stretch of State Highway 68 twice in the past 5 years โ€” in 2018, and again in 2020.

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