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Fall 2013

Summer Review

In late June 2013, an intense heat wave struck the Southwestern United States. Various places in Southern California reached up to 122 °F. On June 30, Death Valley, California hit 129.2 °F, which is the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth during the month of June. It was five degrees shy of the highest temperature recorded in Death Valley, which was 134 °F, recorded in July 1913.

Colorado Flooding: After days of heavy rain, massive flooding stranded hundreds of residents in Colorado. Colorado's heavily populated Front Range received more than 15 inches of rain in September. That's about half the amount of precipitation that normally falls in the foothills near Boulder during an entire year. Floodwaters cascaded downstream from the Colorado Rockies, spilling normally scenic mountain rivers and creeks over their banks and forcing thousands more evacuations in water-logged communities beset by days of steady rain. The relentless rush of water from higher ground turned whole towns into muddy swamps and threatened to strand hikers and some rural residents. In at least one community, pressure from the descending water caused sewer grates to erupt into huge black geysers.

Hurricane Season Review: From June-August 2013, the Atlantic Hurricane Season was quiet, but its starting to heat up in September. Stay tuned...

Fall Precip Outlook

The Climate Prediction Center is forecasting above normal precipitation across parts of the Midwest, Plains and Northwest.

Fall Precip Outlook

Fall Temp Outlook


The Climate Prediction Center is forecasting above normal temperatures across the Upper Midwest, Northeast, and Southwest.

Fall Precip Outlook

2012-2013 Winter Outlook


NOAA's official Winter Forecast won't come out until October, but here's what The Farmers Almanac is saying: Residents of the Plains to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast may want to start stocking up on warm weather gear, snow shovels, and salt right now! The Farmers’ Almanac is calling for a “bitterly cold” winter for much of the region. Southern New England, Southeast New York, New Jersey, and down through the Mid-Atlantic region will be seeing either copious rains and/or snows. The South is forecast to see chilly and wet conditions, while the Northwest will be chilly and dry.

The Farmers Almanac Winter 2013

The Farmers Almanac is already naming Super Bowl XLVIII the “Storm Bowl.” The decision to make MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands home for the Super Bowl was a controversial one. Critics say cold could make for an uncomfortable fan experience and a storm could be a nightmare for travelers. In early February, cold snaps and snowstorms are common in the region.

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