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Happy Winter Solstice!

This morning at 5:44 am EST we officially experienced the winter solstice of 2016.  This is the shortest day of the year for the Northern Hemisphere (and the longest for the Southern Hemisphere) due to the tilt of the earth’s axis of rotation, which is tilting away from the sun…
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Stories of Arctic woes

A new NOAA-sponsored report shows that unprecedented warming air temperature in 2016 over the Arctic contributed to a record-breaking delay in the fall sea ice freeze-up, leading to extensive melting of Greenland ice sheet and land-based snow cover.  The Arctic Report Card, released this week at the annual American Geophysical Union…
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Do you have a severe weather plan?

In view of the latest round of severe weather that hit the Southeast ahead of a strong cold front on November 29-30, I think it is a good idea to remind each of you to assess what your plans are for your home and office and any meetings you may hold….
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