As we prepare the weather forecast for our shows day in and day out, it is always a pleasure to have people come in and take a tour of the station.
Yesterday, Gabe, his mother, his grandmother and his two brothers stopped by for a visit! It was courtesy of The Casey Cares Foundation. Casey Cares is near and dear to my heart. The foundation provides critically ill children and their families ongoing and uplifting programs and it is done with a special touch.
Gabe had a blast during his visit yesterday! He took a picture in front of some chilly temperatures but at least he was dressed for it!
Way to go Gabe!!
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All-time record high temperatures were set at several location in south central Alaska Monday afternoon.
A potent area of low pressure will move along this rim and drop down the front side bringing a round of severe weather to Maryland Wednesday evening/night through Thursday afternoon (timing is still in question).
As the moisture from this tropical low moves north it will interact with a trough out to the west. This will increase Maryland's rain chances late Thursday into early Saturday morning.
Meteorologists with the National Weather Service and researchers from the University of Oklahoma continue to investigate the May 31st El Reno tornado that hit just west of Oklahoma City.
No big shocker here. Oklahoma shares the top of the list of states with the most tornadoes rated either F5 or EF5 since 1950.