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Bone-Chilling Halloween Forecast

October 29, 2014 0 Comments
Bone-Chilling Halloween Forecast

  The coldest and most wintry weather of the season so far will come screaming into Wisconsin Thursday night and just in time for Halloween morning!  Wind chills early Friday could be in the upper 10s, only warming into the 20s throughout the day.  Lake effect snow of 1 to 3 inches could leave a […]

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Yearly Precipitation Update

October 27, 2014 0 Comments
Yearly Precipitation Update

  Overall the rapid pace of heavy rain events has slowed now in the past few weeks across Wisconsin.  However we still are sitting on some pretty impressive precipitation totals.  For October up through the 27th Wausau has received 4.34″ of moisture, which is 1.7″ above normal to this point in the month.  Last year […]

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August Weather Recap

August 31, 2014 0 Comments
August Weather Recap

    August 2014 was dominated by above normal rainfall here in central and northern Wisconsin.  The Wausau Airport registered 7.05″ which is 2.89″ above normal.  Certain parts of the region had nearly one foot of rain in August, for example Plover and also parts of Rusk and Price Counties.  The frequency of rain was […]

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Will it be a hot Summer?

May 27, 2014 0 Comments
Will it be a hot Summer?

During the record long cold Winter we just experienced there was a lot of talk about how the Summer would turn out. Many people suggested or had a hunch that it would be a hot Summer, maybe because the weather tends to even out over time and seasons. For whatever the reason, this thought “a […]

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Easter Weather Comparison

April 17, 2014 0 Comments
Easter Weather Comparison

    There are many young girls across Wisconsin who are hoping for warm and sunny weather come Easter.  For they have picked out the perfect Easter dress and bonnet.  They don’t want to have to wear heavy winter coats, mittens, and boots.  Well, our forecast for this Sunday, April 20th (Easter) is not too […]

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This March Vs. Past Marchs’ Weather

March 6, 2014 0 Comments
This March Vs. Past Marchs’ Weather

    Well we have at least one day in the forecast (Monday) with highs projected in the 40s.  That is probably what most people are hoping for at a minimum when we get into March in Wisconsin.  So how cool or warm is our current March compared to those of the past five years.  To […]

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Records Galore!

February 28, 2014 0 Comments
Records Galore!

Another day and another look at the records for this long and cold winter. What a difference a day makes! Yesterday I was still marveling at how few record cold daily temps we have set so far this Winter. Today, I am not marveling so much. Before getting into the data. I want to once […]

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The Pretty Side of the Cold

January 7, 2014 0 Comments
The Pretty Side of the Cold

        For sure there is a lot of pain and ugliness that goes with day after day of unrelenting bitterly cold weather.  But there a few bright spots.  The severe cold tends to keep certain kinds of bothersome insects and pests at bay.  If there is nothing like a super cold snap […]

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How Has Snowfall Stacked Up So Far This Season?

December 18, 2013 0 Comments
How Has Snowfall Stacked Up So Far This Season?

          With so many days in the past three weeks with at least a little snow falling I thought you would appreciate a summary of snowfall statistics so far this early winter season.  In the big picture snowfall has been a bit above normal so far this season.  We have accumulated […]

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Winter is Here!

December 12, 2013 0 Comments
Winter is Here!

The title of this blog entry might seem rather obvious considering the very cold temps we have experienced as of late, however, I have heard some national media sources proclaiming “it is soooo cold and Winter hasn’t even officially arrived yet”. Hmmm. Doesn’t it seem odd that we are experiencing “Fall” weather right now. What […]

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