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Warm Weather Continues into November

Wrapping up a warm and dry month for the Midwest. 

The fall season for the Midwest has been a warm one so far, and October finished up to be well above normal for the region. The pattern that kept the first part of the season mild proved to have...
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NJ League of Municipalities Recap

A great week at the NJ League of Municipalities made for good times & better conversations.

After a rainy start, it was stunning Fall weather for the League of Municipalities Conference in Atlantic City on November 15-17th! Even though there was no snow or ice, wintry weather was on...
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2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Recap

Taking a look at this year's hurricane season, certainly more active... 

  Satellite Image of Hurricane Matthew October 2016   Now that we are into December, the official 2016 Atlantic hurricane season has come to a close (the season runs from June 1 to November...
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Should I Have A Private Weather Service?

Former plow-man, meteorologist Mike Mihalik, revisits his snow removal stresses. 

As a former landscaper and plow truck driver, I was so frustrated waiting for those first flakes to fall. You know how it is, wake-up, check for snow, *try* to sleep, then wake up again, check for...
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Which Snowfall Average is Right for You?

Meteorologist Sam DeAlba discusses why all snowfall averages aren't alike...

It’s that time of year again: Snowfall Contract Season. Our Data & Stats Department has been hard at work preparing snowfall climatology reports for our clients so they have the most...
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