Weather lunacy: More where this is coming from, forecasters say

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So how does it happen that record warmth in the MidAtlantic yields to a significant snowstorm just hours later? A big part of the answer is... Read more

Snow, record warmth: Rare, perhaps unprecedented event brewing

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We had accused January of exhibiting bipolar behavior, but we are officially at a loss for adjectives to describe what is about to happen... Read more

Snow: The day the Big Ones stopped

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It was one of the more-disruptive snowstorms in the period of record, its peak coming a little sooner than expected, and just in time to paralyze... Read more

The future of winter: Warmth aside, snow remains in forecast rest of the century

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Unless February turns profoundly cold, and computer guidance suggests that won’t happen, the winter of 2016-17 will end up in the above-normal... Read more

Groundhog Eve: Winter a shadow of itself?

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Phil might or might not see his shadow on Thursday (usually he does), but as of now the humans who do this for a living aren’t impressed... Read more

January among Top 15 warmest in Philly

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It’s been three weeks since the daily average temperature was below normal in Philadelphia, and January should finish among the top 15... Read more

Thundersnow, and a recount

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By any measure Monday’s snowfall would qualify as a pipsqueak event, yet it did result in two noteworthy occurrences. Those reports... Read more

Snow on March 6? The clouded outlook for long-range forecasts

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Congratulations to loyal reader William F. Albert III, who is getting married on April 29 in beautiful Mercer Island, Wash. At the outset... Read more