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The Weather Channel

The record warmth is over. Now, we have this to deal with:
Northeast will get its biggest soaking in months, but is it too much of a good thing? More:
NOAA's winter outlook was released today. Are you excited about this forecast?
NEW: A #severe t-storm watch has been issued for parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia until 11 p.m. EDT
First snow of the season on the way to the higher elevations of the Northeast this weekend:
Invest #99L is still festering east of the #Bahamas. What is its prospects for development?
From the record-warm 80s yesterday and today to #snow this weekend... More:
Severe t-storm watch issued until 8 pm CT for southern Missouri and southern Illinois.
#Typhoon #Haima has made landfall in the northern Philippines Luzon Island as a Category 4:
Take the quiz to see if you can get all 26 of the 2016-2017 Winter Storm Names correct!
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#SantaAnaWinds will bring high #fire danger to portions of SoCal later this week:
To everyone that works with us during severe weather, thank you!
Phenomenal #galaxies appear over the Snowy Mountains in #Australia.
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Record warmth is likely early this week in the central and eastern states:
#Seattle has a rainy reputation - but is it deserved?
8,000 followers! Thanks for your support and helping us share our passion for weather. #WXGeeks
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#HurricaneNicole is weakening, but tropical storm conditions continue on #Bermuda:
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How do you remove mold after a hurricane impacts your home? @TWCBryan has the answers:
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"I've always wanted to live by the river - not in it." #NC #HurricaneMatthew
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Here's 4 things you should know about Hurricane #Nicole:
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