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4 Quick Tips for Surviving Winter Storm Juno

4 Quick Tips for Surviving Winter Storm Juno

Winter storm JUNO is bearing down on the northeast, bringing blizzard conditions, patchy ice in Virginia and Maryland, and snow fall accumulations anywhere from 3 inches in West Virginia to 3 feet in New England. Snowfall rates could be up to 2+ inches per hour and even include thunder and lightning. The storm is expected […]

Snow Covered Home in Winter Weather

5 Tips for Winter Weather Home Readiness

When harsh winter storms hit, they bring extreme cold temperatures, chilling winds, and worst of all — ice. This frozen water can coat power lines, which pulls them down and then knocks out the power to your home. For many, that means no heat until the power is restored. Winter weather conditions cause crews to take more […]

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Checking the Predictions for the 2014 Hurricane Season

Back in May, the NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center (along with three other prediction centers) delivered a forecast for a “below normal” season. All told, NOAA expected 8-13 named tropical storms, 3-6 hurricanes, and 1-2 of which could be category 3 or above. The reasoning for so few storms was because of cold water in the […]