Tropical Storm Erika is moving through the northern Caribbean. Will it bring a direct hit to the U.S. – or end up a close call?
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook The final weekend of August is just around the corner. Vacations will come to an end and many students will catch the bus to school Monday morning. Cider […]
It’s raining at my house, but every time I check the radar nothing shows up. What gives?
The tropics are heating up with several names storms on either side of the U.S. But will any of these bring a significant impact to land?
The company uses sensors to measure temperature, winds, pressure and more when hail is in the area.
We haven’t been talking about the tropics a lot so far this year. But is it unusual to be quiet through mid-August? We take a closer look.
What is a Blue Moon and is it as rare as the saying indicates?
We’ve seen a couple hot days here and there, but this week delivers the most consistent stretch of heat and humidity we’ve seen so far this year. Throw in a few bouts of thunderstorms, and you’ve got a classic midsummer week of weather.
It’s the warmest time of the year when we should be roasting in heat and humidity. But the next few days certainly won’t feature any of that. Will the 90s be able to make a comeback anytime soon?
We don’t get them often, but summer can bring a phenomenon called a ‘derecho’ to the region. 20 years ago, one of the strongest in recent memory plowed through New York State and southern New England. Here’s a look back on the event and how these wind storms can form.