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Dazzling Photos From Space

March 14, 2012 1 Comment
Dazzling Photos From Space

  While we didn’t have the best view of the Northern Lights around here last week when the big geomagnetic storm was hitting the Earth, some in the southern hemisphere certainly enjoyed the aurora.  In fact an astronaut on the International Space Station took photos of the Southern Lights between Australia and Antarctica.  The green […]

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Cells from Space??

September 3, 2010 0 Comments
Cells from Space??

If you live in the central Wisconsin area, be sure to pick up a copy of the “Best Of” City Pages this week. Our very own Brian Niznansky won “Favorite Weather Forecaster”. Three cheers! He does a great job for StormTrak9. We receive a lot of viewer pictures here at the weather center. I like to display […]

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Tropics are Heating Up

August 28, 2010 0 Comments
Tropics are Heating Up

Not one, not two but maybe three…. yes we are watching three areas in the Tropics.  It was a slow start to the Hurricane season but like I mentioned earlier this week Sept is usually the most active month and there is still a good chance to see more storms fire up.  As of right […]

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Space News

July 3, 2009 0 Comments
Space News

Happy Independence Day Weekend! It looks like nice weather will prevail from today through Sunday. I can’t rule out a stray shower at some point during the weekend, but most locations should be dry. The humidity will be low and the winds will be light. It is all good and fine except for the ongoing […]

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