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MyRadar releases its first annual tropical outlook ahead of Atlantic hurricane season

Noah Ansley
6/3/2024
MyRadar released its first tropical outlook of the year ahead of the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season, which begins on Saturday, June 1. Predominantly affecting the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico and southwest Atlantic Ocean, this hurricane season is expected to be one of the most active on record.
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Exciting MyRadar News

Andy Green
5/28/2024
Now is your chance to be a part owner of MyRadar as an investor and to benefit from our growth! If you are new to crowdfunding, click here for an overview of equity crowdfunding and how it works! To learn more about MyRadar, our accomplishments and our future plans, check out our campaign page on StartEngine now!
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MyRadar Launches Fan Contest and Extends Partnership with Kyle Weatherman and DGM Racing

Noah Ansley
5/21/2024
MyRadar Launches Fan Contest and Extends Partnership with Kyle Weatherman and DGM Racing
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MyRadar selected as Qualified Team in XPRIZE WILDFIRE Space-Based Detection & Intelligence track

Noah Ansley
4/25/2024
MyRadar, a leading provider of weather and environmental monitoring solutions, has been selected as a Qualified Team in the prestigious XPRIZE Wildfire competition. MyRadar is among 20 teams chosen to advance in Track A: Space-Based Detection & Intelligence.
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MyRadar launches two customizable weather reporting and alert programs for broadcasters

Noah Ansley
4/14/2024
MyRadar launches two customizable weather reporting and alert programs for broadcasters New RainCast tool and a partnership with Tempest allow local broadcast weather teams to provide branded, real-time, hyper-local alerts and increase audience engagement
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National Association of Broadcasters - NAB

Bradley Anderson
4/13/2024
National Association of Broadcasters - NAB https://nabshow.com/2024/ 4/13-4-17, 2024 Las Vegas
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2024 Solar Eclipse: Forecasts, Timing, and Fantastic Facts

Will Cano
4/1/2024
The Total Solar Eclipse on Monday, April 8th, has gained a lot of hype over the last few weeks. But what makes it so special? Is it truly 'generational'? Where's the best place to see it? Find out here.
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MyRadar and Kyle Weatherman team up to support  Canine Companions

Bradley Anderson
3/22/2024
Laps for a Cause: MyRadar and Kyle Weatherman team up to support Canine Companions Leading weather app debuts NASCAR partnership with Weatherman on National Puppy Day by donating up to $10,000 to provide service dogs for individuals with disabilities ORLANDO, Fla, (March 22, 2024) - To launch its primary sponsorship ...
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MyRadar Partners with Kyle Weatherman and DGM Racing

Bradley Anderson
3/21/2024
MyRadar Partners with Kyle Weatherman and DGM Racing Leading Up to the Great North American Eclipse, MyRadar Adorns the No. 91 at Circuit of the Americas LAKE WALES, FL, (March 20, 2024) - MyRadar , the leading weather app with over 15 million active users across iOS, Android™, and Windows ...
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Disaster Expo - Miami

Bradley Anderson
3/6/2024
https://www.disasterexpomiami.com/ 3/6-3/7, 2024 Miami
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Powered by MyRadar Press Release

Bradley Anderson
2/19/2024
MyRadar, the weather app with more than 15 million active users across iOS, Android, and Windows, has now launched “Powered by MyRadar'' to enable developers to integrate weather and environmental data into organizations’ apps and software solutions. Announced today ahead of MyRadar’s appearance at CES in Las Vegas, Powered by MyRadar offers off-the-shelf customizable applications, APIs and software development kits, as well as on-the-ground observations and MetDesk services to speak directly to a meteorologist on demand.
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A True Model Mishap: Last Tuesday’s Unpredictable Snowstorm

Will Cano
2/13/2024
Snowstorms in the Northeast tend to shift to the northwest right before snow starts to fall. Tuesday's storm did the polar opposite. Here's in-depth look as to why.
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MyRadar Signs Launch Agreement with Exolaunch for Deployment of HORIS Pathfinder Satellites

Bradley Anderson
2/12/2024
MyRadar, a leader in satellite technology and weather data services, today announced a launch agreement with Exolaunch for the deployment of its first two HORIS pathfinder satellites. The satellites, HORIS-1 and HORIS-2, are set to launch on upcoming SpaceX rideshare missions.
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National Star Route Mail Contractors Association

Bradley Anderson
1/20/2024
https://nsrmca.glueup.com/event/nsrmca-2024-las-vegas-convention-76330/ 1/20-1/23, 2024 Las Vegas
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Consumer Electronics Show - CES Booth #6274

Bradley Anderson
1/9/2024
Consumer Electronics Show - CES Come visit us in Booth #6274 https://www.ces.tech/ 1/9-1/12, 2024 Las Vegas
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A Warm Christmas...With Big Changes To Follow?

Will Cano
12/18/2023
It's been rough sledding for those wishing for snow across the northeast. Actually, make that no sledding. Not all hope is lost, however, as we enter the new year with changes in atmospheric oscillations in the forecast.
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'Ring of Fire' annular eclipse visible to millions this Saturday

MyRadar News Team
10/11/2023
A dazzling celestial event, known as a "ring of fire" eclipse, will paint the skies from Oregon to Texas this Saturday, October 14.
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NASA's Osiris Rex Capsule Safely Lands with Asteroid Treasure

MyRadar News Team
9/27/2023
After a seven-year journey covering billions of miles, NASA's Osiris Rex spacecraft completed its mission by delivering a tiny capsule filled with asteroid Bennu's precious cargo to Earth. The capsule, hurtling through Earth's atmosphere at a staggering speed of 27,000 miles per hour, gently touched down at a military base in Utah's desert, marking the triumphant end of a historic voyage.
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MyRadar Secures Two Year NOAA Grant for Satellite-based Wildfire Detection, Mitigation and Prevention

MyRadar News Team
8/16/2023
ORLANDO, Fla. and PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 16, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MyRadar, a leading provider of weather and environmental data, has been awarded a National Oceanic and Atmospheric NOAA SBIR Phase II grant for its Orbital Wildfire Resilience (OWR) project. The grant award builds on the successful completion of the ...
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Calling All Pilots — The Hidden Meteorological Dangers of Aviation

Will Cano
8/15/2023
Whether you are a private pilot aiming trying to get your Pilot's License or a professional pilot chartering flights across the globe for American Airlines, you know the weather can make or break your flight. Meteorology is full of surprises for those who aren't careful.
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MyRadar ONR Navy Contract Award

MyRadar News Team
7/20/2023
MyRadar, announces that its Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) acceptance
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Extreme heat settles over Southern U.S.

MyRadar News Team
7/10/2023
Nearly 50 million Americans are expected to face triple-digit temperatures this week.
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Northeast Smoke-pocalypse: The Science Behind History

Will Cano
6/7/2023
Wednesday, June 7, 2023 will forever be remembered as one of the worst air quality days in the Northeast's history due to wildfire smoke. The reason why may shock you.
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Hurricane Season 2023: A Relief Compared to the Recent?

Will Cano
5/30/2023
Yes, it's that time of year again. The 2023 Hurricane Season is around the corner beginning on June 1st. What does it have in store?
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MyRadar Wins 11 Telly Awards in the 44th Annual Telly Awards

Mike Linden
5/23/2023
MyRadar, the popular weather forecasting mobile app, has achieved a significant milestone by winning 11 Telly Awards at the 44th Annual Telly Awards. The award-winning entries showcased the expertise and innovation that sets MyRadar apart in the field of weather forecasting and communication.
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Federal Alliance for Safe Homes Names Matthew Cappucci 2023 National Weatherperson of the Year

Mike Linden
2/3/2023
Today, the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes, Inc. (FLASH) named MyRadar, Capital Weather Gang, and FOX5 DC meteorologist Matthew Cappucci as the 2023 National Weatherperson of the Year.
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Un río atmosférico histórico produce 24 billones de galones de lluvia. Aún no ha terminado en California.

Joseph Trujillo-Falcón
1/17/2023
Tras las lluvias torrenciales de los dos últimos días, las excepcionales condiciones de sequía han desaparecido por completo en el estado de California. Un corredor de humedad en el cielo, conocido como un río atmosférico, ha traído precipitaciones significativas a la costa oeste de EE.UU., con inundaciones repentinas que han causado al menos 19 víctimas hasta el sábado.
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Atmospheric Rivers Responsible for 24 Trillion Gallons of Rain Make A Comeback In California

Joseph Trujillo-Falcón
1/17/2023
After torrential rainfall over the last couple of days, exceptional drought conditions have been completely wiped out in the state of California. A corridor of moisture in the sky, known as atmospheric rivers, has brought significant rainfall to the U.S. west coast, with flash flooding resulting in at least 19 casualties as of Saturday. According to the National Weather Service, the storm is one of the most impressive in nearly 20 years.
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MyRadar CONUS Holiday Road Weather and Travel Report

Mike Linden
12/22/2022
With more than 110 million Americans set to hit the roads this holiday weekend, conditions could become downright dangerous at times (both by land and air). Roads as far north as the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (I-75) and as far west as Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon (I-5) look set for adverse weather over the busy holiday weekend in addition to numerous Interstate Highways throughout the Midwest (including I-70, I-80, I-90, I-96 and I-94).
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Treacherous Holiday Weekend Travel

Mike Linden
12/21/2022
As one of the most significant cold snaps of the last 20 years gets set to grip most of the United States, the MyRadar app’s travel features are here to help keep millions of travelers safe.
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What is Lake Effect Snow? Why Buffalo is the Bullseye

Will Cano
12/21/2022
For much of the United States, six inches of the snow is a significant amount to deal with. For Upstate New York, it is next to nothing. But six feet? That got the attention of the region pretty quickly. The science behind how these monster snowstorms is fascinating and surprisingly simple.
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Un evento para recordar: Los últimos totales de nieve en los Grandes Lagos

Joseph Trujillo-Falcón
11/22/2022
Tras casi una semana de niveles históricos de nieve , los cielos empiezan a despejarse en la región de los Grandes Lagos. Según el Centro de Predicción Meteorológica, la mayor cantidad de nieve registrada fue de 80 pulgadas , o 6 pies y medio.
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An Event To Remember: Significant Snowfall Totals in the Great Lakes

Joseph Trujillo-Falcón
11/22/2022
(MYRADAR)– After nearly a week of historic levels of snow, the skies are beginning to clear around the Great Lake region. According to the National Weather Service (NWS) Weather Prediction Center, the highest recorded snowfall amount was 80 inches, or 6 1/2 ft, in Erie County, NY.
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The Science (and Uncertainty) Behind Weather Forecasts

Will Cano
10/26/2022
The long history behind weather forecasting demonstrates how difficult it was for humans to first begin predicting the weather. Today, it hasn't gotten any easier, but we are a whole lot better at it thanks to science.
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National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) selects MyRadar for development of technologies for wildfire resilience

Mike Linden
10/25/2022
MyRadar, the popular weather and environmental intelligence app mobile, desktop and console platforms, has been selected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to develop and demonstrate key technologies that will enable satellite-based information and alerting to assist in the detection and mitigation of wildfire hazards.
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Weather flip-flop: How the Midwest will go from snow to seventies within a week

Gunnar Consol
10/24/2022
Even if you're not in the Central United States but rather anywhere in the eastern half of the country, you noticed a winter-like chill take hold over much of this week. But if you've stepped outside today, you've noticed it actually feels quite enjoyable. I am currently sitting outside writing ...
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Where you are in the Central U.S. will determine if your Labor Day is mild or scorching

Gunnar Consol
9/5/2022
Who doesn't love labor day? It's a day where many of us get to enjoy a day off from work all thanks to the pro-labor movements of the late 1800s. Nowadays, Labor Day typically caps off the end of the summer activities season as we approach the fall equinox on ...
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Chasing Storms in the... Desert!?

MyRadar News Team
8/31/2022
Just like the weather, a storm chaser never rests. To keep the body healthy and operating at peak efficiency, the most important thing is good hydration. Anywhere you find life on earth, water is required. Even in the desert in the southwest of the United States, rain is needed to ...
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After a hot June and July for the Central US, a cooler August has us wondering when fall weather could be in store.

Gunnar Consol
8/22/2022
Believe me, no one is more excited for the heat of the summer to wane. Summer is nice don't get me wrong. But if I'm not at the beach, I'd much rather have cool fall-like weather in my day-to-day life. Now, it may seem like I'm getting ahead of myself ...
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Flooding in the Northeast: Which Regions Are Most At Risk

Will Cano
8/9/2022
This surely isn't the first time you've seen Flooding in the news over the last few weeks. Beginning in late July, a string of extreme flood events have struck across various locations in the US, and at record levels. First, the St. Louis area was pounded on July 25th-26th. Next, ...
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Severe Weather's Different Form in the Northeast

Will Cano
7/18/2022
Everyone seems to know the tornado capital of the United States: Tornado Alley in the central Great Plains. But this obviously isn't the only place that tornadoes occur.
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The Fascinating Science behind Fire Clouds

Colin McCarthy
7/14/2022
Pyrocumulus clouds, also known as fire clouds are one of the most dangerous, yet fascinating forms of extreme fire behavior that only occur on the most intense wildfires. These fire clouds can generate erratic winds, prolific lightning outbreaks, and even fire tornadoes.
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Scud Clouds: Meteorology's Misdiagnosed Phenomena

Will Cano
7/12/2022
A tsunami in the sky? A funnel cloud about to become a tornado? Wisps of fog forming? Nope, it’s none of the above. What you're looking at is a "Scud Cloud", and the science hidden behind them explains why they appear to be something they're not.
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Las Rayas de Calentamiento: ¡Acción Contra el Cambio Climático!

Joseph Trujillo-Falcón
7/5/2022
Cada año, ciudadanos de todo el mundo unen sus fuerzas para concienciar sobre el calentamiento de nuestro clima. Al participar en la campaña #ShowYourStripes, nuestro equipo se enorgullece de apoyar un esfuerzo global de concienciación sobre el cambio climático.
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#ShowYourStripes: A Commitment to Our Future

Joseph Trujillo-Falcón
7/4/2022
Every year, citizens around the world join forces to raise awareness of our warming climate. Participating in the #ShowYourStripes campaign, our team is proud support a global effort to raise awareness of climate change.
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Despite Growing Drought Conditions, Central U.S. Flirts with Rain Chances for Independence Day

Gunnar Consol
6/30/2022
If I were to describe this summer so far in the heartland, I would call it HOT and DRY. We typically do see temperatures in the mid-to-upper 90s here in my home base of Evansville, Indiana; however, what's unusual is the amount of consecutive days that we've reached that temperature ...
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A Ferocious Start to Fire Season in the West

Colin McCarthy
6/20/2022
The West has already seen a historically bad start to fire season. New Mexico has seen a deadly wildfire this spring and two of its largest wildfires in state history. Expect fire season to pick up rapidly across the rest of the West in the coming weeks.
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¡La Semana Nacional de Seguridad Contra los Relámpagos!

Joseph Trujillo-Falcón
6/20/2022
La Semana Nacional de Seguridad contra los Relámpagos se inició en 2001 para llamar la atención sobre este asesino subestimado. ¡Aprende más sobre estas amenazas!
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Heatwave Waning over Central US after Shattering Records Day & Night

Gunnar Consol
6/16/2022
If you live anywhere in the Midwest, you have certainly felt the furnace cranking over the Central United States so far this week. Even though the heatwave is still gripping the region today, its intensity is diminishing and is soon set to give way to more seasonable temperatures in the ...
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Record Rain-on-Snow Flooding Forces Closure of Yellowstone National Park

Colin McCarthy
6/13/2022
Yellowstone National Park and surrounding areas are experiencing one of their worst floods on record due to unprecedented heavy rains on a supersized snowpack.
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Heatwave to Bring Sweltering, Record Heat to Southwest

Colin McCarthy
6/9/2022
An intensifying heat dome over the Southwest is about to bring the region its hottest string of days so far in 2022. Daily record highs from the Bay Area to Phoenix will be smashed as the intense dome of high pressure slowly shifts east over the weekend.
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Chasing Down A Dusty Red Texas Twister By DRONE!

MyRadar News Team
6/7/2022
The North American continent is a vast diverse landscape. From the open prairie land in southern Canada and North Dakota, to the badlands of South Dakota, into the Sandhills of Nebraska, through the cornfields of Iowa, and the open grassland plains of Kansas and Oklahoma, then down to the red ...
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As we begin the first month of summer, below average temperatures grip the Central U.S.

Gunnar Consol
6/3/2022
Picture the typical summer weather where you live. For majority of the Central U.S., summer is occupied by many hot and humid days. We've seen our fair share of muggy and warm conditions last month despite it still being astronomical spring –even still in early June. As we reminisce on ...
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Where do hurricanes come from? | Tropical Weather Expert Explains

David Ryglicki
6/1/2022
Hurricanes and tropical storms are some of the most significant weather events we see every year. MyRadar tropical weather expert Dr. David Ryglicki breaks down where hurricanes come from before they even have a name.
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The Extreme Danger of Dry Lightning in the West

Colin McCarthy
5/28/2022
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La NOAA Pronostica Una Temporada Activa De Huracanes

Joseph Trujillo-Falcón
5/24/2022
Los meteorólogos de la Administración Nacional Oceánica y Atmosférica (NOAA) prevén otra temporada activa de huracanes en el Atlántico. En una conferencia de prensa realizada el martes, los pronosticadores de la NOAA prevén un 65% de probabilidad de una temporada de huracanes por encima de lo normal, y un 25% ...
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ONE-on-ONE | MyRadar Senior Software Engineer Bradley Anderson

Bradley Anderson
5/20/2022
Have you ever wondered what goes into building a mobile app? In the latest episode of ONE-on-ONE, Meteorologist Mike Linden speaks to Senior Software Engineer Bradley Anderson. Brad is a jack of all trades on the team - from business development, to programming to working on the Star Citizen features in the app, Brad's done A LOT at MyRadar (and answers some of YOUR questions too).
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The Research Behind the Categories: Beyond the Language Barrier

Erica Lopez
5/18/2022
This past week, the NWS Storm Prediction Center released new SPC risk categories in Spanish.
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Oh Yes, It's Allergy Season in the Northeast

Will Cano
5/18/2022
Allergies ravage residents of the Northeast every spring, and this year is no different. Where do these allergies come from, and how does the weather complicate them?
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Heatwave to Shatter Daily High Temperature Records Across Central U.S. Today and Tomorrow

Gunnar Consol
5/11/2022
If you live in the Central United States and stepped foot outside yesterday or today, you may be wondering "who turned up the heat?" Seemingly out of no where, we went straight from our perfect and mild May weather with highs in the 70s to sudden scorching temperatures. It's no ...
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Seguridad En Caso de Inundaciones

Joseph Trujillo-Falcón
5/4/2022
El meteorólogo Joseph Trujillo Falcón les brinda recomendaciones que usted y su familia pueden tomar durante las inundaciones. Es muy importante tomar en conciencia las alertas del Servicio Nacional de Meteorología y nunca subestimar el poder de las corrientes.
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Durante el Tornado: Recomendaciones de Seguridad para Cada Escenario

Joseph Trujillo-Falcón
5/2/2022
Los tornados son columnas de aire que giran violentamente y se extienden desde la base de una tormenta eléctrica hasta el suelo. La fuerza de los tornados puede destruir estructuras bien construidas, arrancar árboles y lanzar objetos por el aire. Los tornados pueden producirse a cualquier hora del día o ...
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How the Central U.S. went from Snow to Severe Weather in the Same Week

Gunnar Consol
4/21/2022
In the spring-time, it isn't uncommon for many of us to be confused as to what we need to wear as we head out the door. For much of the United States, just like fall, spring is a time of weather rollercoasters. Each day of the week seems to require ...
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Spring Warmup on Tap Across the Northeast

Will Cano
4/7/2022
April Showers have been the case so far this month across the Northeast. So, will they bring May flowers? Tulips may be tempted to bloom soon after seeing this week's forecast.
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Precipitation Whiplash Battering California

Colin McCarthy
4/3/2022
California has gone through wild swings in precipitation from record wet to record dry in just the last 6 months. This phenomenon of abrupt transition from record wet to record dry or vice versa is known as "precipitation whiplash" and is expected to increase with climate change.
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Why is the American Heartland and central United States the heartbeat of most tornadoes?

Gunnar Consol
3/31/2022
We've all heard the famous quote by Benjamin Franklin... "In this world, nothing is certain except death and taxes." While that rings true to this day, I propose to add an amendment to that list if you live in the Midwest/Central United States. What else is certain you might ask?
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An Active March: Texas & Deep South Hot-Zones

MyRadar News Team
3/29/2022
65,000, that is the average number of miles I drive each year in pursuit of the extreme's of mother nature: tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards and more. As we near the end of March, I found myself deep in central Texas on March 21st. Deep into Texas, but familiar ground for me.
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Strongest storm since December slated to hit California

Colin McCarthy
3/27/2022
California is expecting its strongest storm in three months - delivering widespread soaking rainfall and heavy mountain snowfall above 6,000 feet.
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Tracking Down the Winterset, Iowa EF-4 Wedge Tornado

MyRadar News Team
3/10/2022
Just a couple weeks are officially left in the winter season. On March 20, we’ll officially begin spring. It’s the time of the year when great clashes of air masses occur over the United States resulting in severe weather and sometimes tornadoes.
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Unpredictable March in the Northeast

Will Cano
3/10/2022
The weather has been hectic across the Northeast...to say the least. It doesn't look to stop anytime soon, as an impactful storm is expected to race through the region this weekend and "Bomb Out". Extreme weather events have impacted the region in March for centuries. So, what makes March so extreme?
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Go For Launch - MyRadar Secures FCC License for April Rocket Lab Launch

Andy Green
3/8/2022
ACME AtronOmatic, LLC, makers of the popular MyRadar weather and environmental awareness app, has secured its FCC license for the upcoming launch of its first batch of prototype satellites out of New Zealand on a Rocket Lab Electron rocket. The launches are expected to begin in April.
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Hunting Tornadoes In Winter - Deep South Severe Threat

MyRadar News Team
2/17/2022
It's mid-February and generally that means hunting down Nor'Easters, blizzards and winter storms across the United States. We are in the dead of winter, but that doesn't mean tornadoes can't happen somewhere in the United States.
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Late October Severe Weather - Second Season Cranking

MyRadar News Team
10/27/2021
Most people associate severe thunderstorms and their winds, hail and tornadoes, with spring. But severe storms can happen anywhere, at any time of the year. In fact, one of the first severe events of 2021 happened on March 10th, with wall clouds appearing over frozen lakes and snow in Minnesota. ...
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