Monthly Archives: December 2017

Snow in the southeastern US!

Due to strong, cold, upper-level low that swept through the southeastern United States last weekend (8-9 December 2017), there were variable snow totals that accumulated from southeastern Louisiana, all the way to the Appalachian Mountains.  Snow totals varied from a … Continue reading

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Thomas Fire

Last week, more California wildfires had been initiated northwest of the Los Angeles Metropolitan area. Out of the fires that have spurred up in the last week, the Thomas Fire is the largest one. Over 230,000+ acres have been burned … Continue reading

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December Wildfires in California

More wildfires are ravaging the California landscape again, as hot, dry and windy conditions persist over the west coast. Fires this time, have initiated and developed to the north and northwest of Los Angeles, California. Several fires have been identified … Continue reading

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