Ethan Miller/Getty Images Visitors take photos at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign as it snows during a winter storm Wednesday in Las Vegas. LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 21: A wintry mix of precipitation falls during an unusually cold winter storm system on February 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Some parts of Los Angeles County received a brief dusting of snow during the storm. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - FEBRUARY 21: People walk in front of mountains covered in snow during a winter storm on February 21, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The rare event in Las Vegas dumped up to eight inches of snow in some parts of the city. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - FEBRUARY 21: Mountains and desert plants are covered in snow during a winter storm on February 21, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The rare event in Las Vegas dumped up to eight inches of snow in some parts of the city. … [Read more...] about It snowed where? Try LA. And Vegas. And Phoenix. And Tucson.
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. â After a chilly end to January mother nature decided to give us an early taste of spring in February. Warmest temperature recorded at TPA in February 2019: February 23 - 86 degrees Lowest temperature recorded at TPA in February 2019: February 14 - 44 degrees More Weather Blog stories We started out the month with pleasant conditions and lots of highs in the 70s. The second week turned warm, though, with a lot of highs in the 80s and tying the daily record high of 84 on February 11. That was followed by four cooler days of highs in the 70s, only to be followed by a longer streak of warm days after that. We had highs in the 80s from February 17 to 24. We ended the month with a return to highs in the 70s. We had a couple of cool nights, but overall the month was definitely mild, without any big surge of cold air. However, it was nowhere near as warm as last February, when we broke numerous record highs. The warmest day … [Read more...] about Weather Blog: February 2019 in Review
It seems Tucson is the favorite target in the Southwest of thunderstorms, floods and other extreme weather events.That’s not the punchline of some joke originating out of Tempe attempting to gin up a state university rivalry. It’s the conclusion of a University of Arizona study about the economic impacts of extreme weather.Tucson sees the highest frequency of storms and suffers from the damage those events cause more so than other Southwestern cities such as Austin, Las Vegas, Phoenix and San Diego. The study was conducted by a pair of researchers at the UA’s School of Government and Public Policy. It concludes that while Tucson was hit most frequently, the impact of those weather-related events (including wildfires) statewide has cost Arizona $3 billion since 2010.Authors Laura Bakkensen and Riana Johnson examined the period from 1996 to 2016, covering 12 cities in eight Western states.It … [Read more...] about Study: Tucson more likely to feel the impact of extreme weather
By Jonathan Lansner | [email protected] | Orange County Register PUBLISHED: August 7, 2018 at 7:30 am | UPDATED: August 7, 2018 at 7:31 am Living just a few miles from where yet another wildfire is burning in the Saddleback Mountains, I get little solace from the fact that Southern California’s weather is all-too predictable. The region had the nation’s smallest margin of day-to-day change in their weather last year, my trusty spreadsheet tells me. The fact that, mathematically speaking, we live with the most predictable weather in America could sound appealing, at first blush. Same-old, same-old certainly helps manage the wardrobe or outdoor event planning. But when you’re stuck in searing, wildfire-producing drought conditions, you might wish for some weather volatility. Like a chance of a significant rain shower to cool off or douse the burning brush. My review here of weather predictability is not about the oft-debated patterns of climate … [Read more...] about Sunny and warm: Southern California weather’s consistency is one constant
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