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Melbourne is on track for its longest November cold spell in 40 years, with forecasts of nine consecutive days below 20 degrees. The mercury has failed to top 20 degrees since Friday, despite reaching 30 degrees last Wednesday and a warm 26 degrees
It's not winter yet, but snow could soon be making its first appearance in the Baltimore weather forecast. Meteorologists are watching the possibility of an inch or two of snow around Wednesday of next week, as one key forecast model shows a
Weather will be windy today with slightly dusty and cloudy at places. The wind speed will be 15 to 22 knots an hour reaching up to 30 knots at places. The wind will be northwesterly blowing from the cold northern regions. Visibility in the morning
The National Weather Service in Melbourne is forecasting partly sunny skies with a high near 87 degrees. There's only a 20 percent chance of showers, and winds will be out of the northeast at 5 to 10 mph. The Weather Service warns of a moderate risk
In addition to the continued hot and sticky conditions, there is also daily chances of scattered showers in the Evansville forecast this weekend. According to the current National Weather Service , there's a 20 percent chance of showers or storms
Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has repeatedly not failed to predict weather accurately in the country leading to natural disaster in Uttarakhand. Fully organised protocol exists between the IMD and the various
MailTribune.com When I checked my iPhone today, it said the high temperature was going to be 91 degrees for Medford...Why do the forecasts on these (and other) outlets vary so wildly?...D.M., Medford Getting a little hot under the collar there, D.M.?
An early-morning shower dumped 0.15 inches of rain at the Evansville Regional Airport between 5 and 7 a.m., Monday, and more precipitation could be on its way, according to the National Weather Service. That forecast is calling for a 40 percent
Among weather forecasters, it's an open secret: For years, the U.S. has lagged behind Europe in using computer models to predict the weather. Now the National Weather Service is trying to reverse that trend by upgrading two supercomputers one near
EDT May 15, 2013 The main American model failed to predict Sandy's path. The main U.S. weather prediction model, which recently came under fire for poor performance when compared to the top European model, is poised to receive a "huge," potentially "