Tuesday, January 11, 2011
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for New York City from 7 p.m. Tuesday until 6 p.m. Wednesday ahead of the storm expected to dump eight to 14 inches of snow on the city. The city has declared a weather emergency.
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Tuesday, December 28, 2010
The holiday blizzard of 2010 knocked East Coasters out of their routines this week, but there was a hint of deja vú as the snow fell. Big weather events have been making headlines across the country and around the world for several years, now. Last week, enough snow fell in Minneapolis that the roof of the Metrodome collapsed. Blizzards crippled Western Europe's airports and rain deluged San Diego. Is this bad weather part of a new normal? Is global warming bearing down on us at a hastening pace?
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Many are wondering if intense weather around the country suggests environmental shifting; but scientists say the data points don't make a big storm a harbinger of climate change.
Monday, December 27, 2010
A giant snowstorm has burried much of the East Coast with snow, from Virginia to Maine, forcing some cities to declare an emergency and leaving many without a way to get out of the house, much less to work.
Friday, December 24, 2010
People who live in Nashville are likely to witness a rare event this holiday season: A white Christmas. Several inches of snow are expected to reach parts of Tennessee, Georgia and the Midwest this weekend. Up to eight inches could fall in Iowa and six inches in Illinois and Minnesota. It's been 41 years since snow accumulated in Tennessee on December 25.
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Thursday, December 09, 2010
It's supposed to be cold up North, but in Atlanta Ga., listener Marvin Norwood is trying to get used to some unseasonable weather: it's almost 30 degrees colder than usual in his hometown. We get a weather report from Norwood, who listens to us on WCLK in Atlanta. We also get a gist of the temperatures in some of the other cold spots around the country.
Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Stormy weather is snarling traffic in the New York metropolitan area. All three of the region's major airports are experiencing delays. The MTA is asking for reduced speed on bridges. NJ Transit has resumed service on its Northeast Corridor rail line. But commuters traveling by train may experience residual delays.
Friday, October 15, 2010
By Julia Furlan : WNYC Culture Producer
The leaves in the city are just starting to turn color, but time is running out for apple lovers looking to pick their own fruit this season. A heat wave in the Spring brought on an early bloom, meaning that many farms now have apples in barrels as opposed to on the trees.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
By Annmarie Fertoli : Associate Producer at WNYC
New York has had its fair share of wild weather, including two tornadoes last month and a powerful hailstorm on Monday. And there's another storm heading our way Thursday night. But Brian Ciemnecki, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said this storm won't be as powerful and it will come as we move out of the stormy weather season.
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Meteorologists say a fierce macroburst with speeds up to 125 miles per hour accompanied the two tornados that ripped through the city on Thursday. The National Weather Service says the storm that toppled trees and peeled away rooftops brought New York City's ninth and tenth tornadoes since 1950.
Wednesday, September 01, 2010
East Coast residents are keeping watching Hurricane Earl this week as the storm heads away from Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, and up the east coast of the U.S., just in time to potentially disrupt Labor Day weekend. Earl is now a category 4 storm, with winds that have already hit 135 miles per hour.
At this point, Earl’s projected path shows it staying out at sea, parallel to the coast – big waves could reach North Carolina later today, and Long Island and Cape Cod by Friday. The National Hurricane Center is urging people along the coast from North Carolina to Maine to have a plan in case the hurricane comes ashore.
Thursday, July 08, 2010
During this heat wave, many of us are thankful for our air conditioning, despite the power costs. We're talking about the problems with our reliance on A/C and about some of the cultural changes that go with shutting ourselves indoors. We want to know from you, What would your life be like without air conditioning? Would you leave your house more? Interact with more people?
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
New Jersey farmers are anxious to see what the impact of the wettest March on record will be on the upcoming planting season. Farmers and agricultural officials say the next few weeks will be crucial in determining whether this year will yield successful summer crops.
Friday, March 19, 2010