A Warm Start to 2020

  According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), this past January was the warmest January ever on record, dating back to 1880, when temperatures were first recorded. In fact, the global land and ocean surface te...

How Has First Frost Changed Over the Years?

  Back in the fall, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center forecasted a warmer than average winter for most of the U.S. That got us thinking about how first frost has changed over the years,...

Trends Show Recent Weather is the New Normal

  Throughout 2019, we've seen record-breaking weather trends, in terms of both heat and rain. It's left many wondering if this is the new normal or if this year has simply been an anomaly. Let's take a closer look. Feeling the heat The Nation...

Tracking the Threat of Hurricanes

  In early September, residents in the southeastern United States were on high alert as Hurricane Dorian moved through the Caribbean and up the coast. Unfortunately, the Bahamas were badly hit by the storm, but most of the U.S. was spared fro...

When in Drought, You Have to Wait it Out

We all know that the impact of extended drought conditions across the country can last far longer than the drought itself. Unfortunately, the only thing you can do when experiencing drought conditions is to wait it out. We also recommend checking i...