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April 2016 was the hottest on record, at 1.06 degrees Celsius warmer than the April mean temperature.

The two top April temperature anomalies have occurred during the past two years.

There's a reason why the expression "bolt from the blue" exists.

A Conga-line of sloppy storms will antagonize farmers and construction crews into the weekend.

Beware of Electrical "Bolts From The Blue" "Thunder is good, thunder is impressive; but it is lightning that does the work" mused Mark Twain.

In my quest to know any (future) grandkids I have a healthy respect for lightning.

This past April was only slightly warmer than the third warmest April, which occurred in 2010 and was 0.87 degrees warmer than the mean U. farmers are putting aside politics and arming themselves for volatile weather that they expect will be the new normal.

Intense heat waves, droughts and floods have led to erratic yields in California, Michigan, Illinois, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida and other agricultural states.I've run into coaches who don't move kids to safety until they can "see the lightning". Because lightning can travel up to 10 miles, horizontally.People have been struck and killed with blue sky directly overhead, a distant thunderhead on the horizon.The greatest risk of hail, damaging winds an isolated tornadoes comes from Rochester and Lacrosse to the Quad Cities and Des Moines later today, according to NOAA SPC. NOAA's 12 KM NAM model prints out 2-4" rainfall amounts from near Omaha and Sioux City to Albert Lea, the Twin Cities and Rhinelander over the next 84 hours. May is a very wet month for many northern cities, but the sheer amount of real estate expected to see 3-5" of rain over the next week is breathtaking, stretching from Texas and Colorado to the U. Today's storm winds up across the Central Plains, pushing a pinwheel of heavy rain and T-storms across the Upper Midwest. Over a trillion dollars in weather and climate-related disasters since 1980.Stating the obvious, more flash flooding is likely. The East Coast enjoys a quiet Wednesday, while snow pushes from Boise to near Cheyenne and even Denver. Yesterday felt like July 16; Thursday will feel like April 16. Unusually cool weather spills into the weekend, but 60s may return next week. So far we've seen 5 confirmed billion dollar events, but I suspect Missouri/Arkansas flooding and the recent Denver hailstorm will also qualify as billion dollar disasters, bringing the subtotal up to 7 so far this year. has sustained 2018 weather and climate disasters since 1980 in which overall damages/costs reached or exceeded

Intense heat waves, droughts and floods have led to erratic yields in California, Michigan, Illinois, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida and other agricultural states.

I've run into coaches who don't move kids to safety until they can "see the lightning". Because lightning can travel up to 10 miles, horizontally.

People have been struck and killed with blue sky directly overhead, a distant thunderhead on the horizon.

The greatest risk of hail, damaging winds an isolated tornadoes comes from Rochester and Lacrosse to the Quad Cities and Des Moines later today, according to NOAA SPC. NOAA's 12 KM NAM model prints out 2-4" rainfall amounts from near Omaha and Sioux City to Albert Lea, the Twin Cities and Rhinelander over the next 84 hours. May is a very wet month for many northern cities, but the sheer amount of real estate expected to see 3-5" of rain over the next week is breathtaking, stretching from Texas and Colorado to the U. Today's storm winds up across the Central Plains, pushing a pinwheel of heavy rain and T-storms across the Upper Midwest. Over a trillion dollars in weather and climate-related disasters since 1980.

Stating the obvious, more flash flooding is likely. The East Coast enjoys a quiet Wednesday, while snow pushes from Boise to near Cheyenne and even Denver. Yesterday felt like July 16; Thursday will feel like April 16. Unusually cool weather spills into the weekend, but 60s may return next week. So far we've seen 5 confirmed billion dollar events, but I suspect Missouri/Arkansas flooding and the recent Denver hailstorm will also qualify as billion dollar disasters, bringing the subtotal up to 7 so far this year. has sustained 2018 weather and climate disasters since 1980 in which overall damages/costs reached or exceeded $1 billion.

Emergency management officials wonder how a region that can't handle rush-hour traffic will deal with the realities of a major hurricane evacuation.

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Intense heat waves, droughts and floods have led to erratic yields in California, Michigan, Illinois, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida and other agricultural states.I've run into coaches who don't move kids to safety until they can "see the lightning". Because lightning can travel up to 10 miles, horizontally.People have been struck and killed with blue sky directly overhead, a distant thunderhead on the horizon.The greatest risk of hail, damaging winds an isolated tornadoes comes from Rochester and Lacrosse to the Quad Cities and Des Moines later today, according to NOAA SPC. NOAA's 12 KM NAM model prints out 2-4" rainfall amounts from near Omaha and Sioux City to Albert Lea, the Twin Cities and Rhinelander over the next 84 hours. May is a very wet month for many northern cities, but the sheer amount of real estate expected to see 3-5" of rain over the next week is breathtaking, stretching from Texas and Colorado to the U. Today's storm winds up across the Central Plains, pushing a pinwheel of heavy rain and T-storms across the Upper Midwest. Over a trillion dollars in weather and climate-related disasters since 1980.Stating the obvious, more flash flooding is likely. The East Coast enjoys a quiet Wednesday, while snow pushes from Boise to near Cheyenne and even Denver. Yesterday felt like July 16; Thursday will feel like April 16. Unusually cool weather spills into the weekend, but 60s may return next week. So far we've seen 5 confirmed billion dollar events, but I suspect Missouri/Arkansas flooding and the recent Denver hailstorm will also qualify as billion dollar disasters, bringing the subtotal up to 7 so far this year. has sustained 2018 weather and climate disasters since 1980 in which overall damages/costs reached or exceeded $1 billion.Emergency management officials wonder how a region that can't handle rush-hour traffic will deal with the realities of a major hurricane evacuation.

billion.Emergency management officials wonder how a region that can't handle rush-hour traffic will deal with the realities of a major hurricane evacuation.

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