Weather or Not Archive: September, 2010

Tornado watch; several inches of rain coming

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On top of all the other advisories, the government's Storm Prediction center now has a signficant area from Philadelphia on up to the Poconos... Read more

Nicole is not quite Floyd, but expect a mess

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The downpours have subsided in the immediate Philadelphia area, with the heaviest rain passing off to the west, as seen on radar. Round... Read more

Endless summer

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It won't be a record, but September will end up quite toasty in Philadelphia. The National Weather Service expects the average September temperature... Read more

Storm gets name: Nicole

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At 11 the National Hurricane Center decided to affix the name Nicole to that blob of moisture over Cuba. Nicole has struggled with an... Read more

How many inches of rain can we expect Thursday?

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It’s been a long time since we’ve seen so much green on a National Weather Service forecast map. Flood watches are in effect for... Read more

Tornado Watch posted for Phila. area

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A tornado watch is in effect until 6 p.m. for the entire region, with the highest potential south and east of the city. Nothing has been sighted... Read more

Flood threat brewing

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A strong thunderstorm is hammering parts of the region, but those forecasts of up to 3 inches of rain from this storm won't come close to verifying... Read more

California cooling

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At last report (just before 4 our time), it was a steamy 94 degrees in downtown Los Angeles this afternoon. In other words, a full 18 degrees... Read more