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In last week's Health Front Meteorologist Henry Margusity explained the weather phenomenon known as Seasonal Acclimation , but there are some exceptions to the rule. While it may be true that Seasonal Acclimation helps make winter tolerable for many, there are some extreme conditions that send even the boldest running.
We recently saw a good example of these hazardous conditions with the record-setting storm that covered the New England area with more than two feet of snow in many places. This week Margusity explains why some of the most potent winter storms strike toward the end of winter, when Arctic air has been in place for some time.
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A severe weather outbreak is closing out the first weekend of summer with damaging storms threatening parts of the central U.S.
Heavy rain is expected to continue to inundate much of India as thunderstorm activity makes a northwestward push towards the National Capital Region.
Severe weather is expected to continue to pester the Plains for the next few days, threatening millions with flooding downpours, damaging winds, hail and even a few tornadoes.
The northeastern United States will only get a couple days of dry, sunny weather before the next round of showers and thunderstorms rolls in at midweek.
Anyone in the Southeast hoping for a break from the warm, humid and unsettled weather will need to wait at least another week.
Persistent dryness and localized breezy weather may create difficulties for firefighters battling wildfires across the western United States early this week.
A storm will crawl through the northeastern part of the nation during the first weekend of summer with rounds of drenching showers and thunderstorms.
The severe weather outbreak that began in the southern Plains on Sunday will gradually shift eastward into the south-central United States and Midwest early this week.