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Topic - Weather
Jami Boettcher credits the encouragement of a teacher for expanded her vision of opportunities that would be open to her. Without that encouragement she wouldn't have found her way to a career as a meteorologist with the National Weather
Parts of Michigan's Upper Peninsula got more than a foot of snow during spring storms this week, breaking at least one daily snowfall record.
Boulder County commissioners are taking steps to get court-ordered access to six private properties where flood debris in stream channels poses potential hazards of renewed flooding and damage during spring runoff and heavy thunderstorms.
The severe winter has put an end to the turkey hunt in parts of northern Maine.
Clam diggers on the Washington coast this weekend should be alert for big waves.
Forecasters say high winds and heavy rains are expected across much of Georgia.
The colder than usual winter may have helped save the apple crop in western North Carolina.
Forecasters expect a mostly cloudy weekend across Washington with a chance of rain at times, especially in Western Washington, while Eastern Washington will be more breezy.
High winds damaged or uprooted at least 14 trees Thursday night in Point Defiance Park in Tacoma.
At least four ski areas will be open this weekend in New Hampshire and one expects to open again next weekend.
Floodwaters are receding along rivers in Michigan's central and western Lower Peninsula, a trend that should continue with mostly dry weather in the forecast for the next several days.
Deep snow in parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin is proof of the weather adage that in April, just about anything can happen.
The president has signed a disaster declaration for Montana over damage caused by widespread flooding and ice jams early last month.
Heavy flooding throughout northern New England was blamed for at least one fatality as officials on Wednesday urged residents in all three states to avoid water-covered roadways and watch out for overflowing rivers.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday declared a state of emergency for Marquette County following widespread, severe damage to water and sewer lines caused by this winter's extreme cold.