Severe Weather in Mid-Atlantic Amid Tropical Storm Threat for East Coast

Bertie Doyle June 14, 2021

Severe thunderstorms bring the potential of flooding rain, small hail, and damaging winds across the mid-Atlantic on Monday into Tuesday, while the NWS issued a tropical storm warning for the East, and a disturbance in the Gulf. Severe storms for mid-Atlantic Monday, Tuesday Scattered thunderstorms with the potential to deliver …

Scientists Solve Mysterious Origin of the Northern Lights

Bertie Doyle June 8, 2021

The mystery behind the greatest light show on Earth, the aurora borealis, or northern lights, has speculated but never proven until now and, for the first time, scientists have been able to simulate it in a lab. The Mystery of the Northern Lights Has Been Solved What causes Earth’s magnificent …

Hurricane Season Begins, Prepare and Take Advantage of Tax-Free Options

Bertie Doyle June 1, 2021

June 1 marks the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. It’s time to get prepared by stocking up on disaster supplies and taking advantage of tax-free “holidays” to save some money on the stuff you’ll need. June 1: Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins Tuesday, June 1 is the official start …

Mosquito Season: Avoid the Worst of This Annual Plague

Bertie Doyle May 28, 2021

One of the worst sounds of summer is the high-pitched, droning buzz of a mosquito as it zips past your ear. These blood-sucking fiends have ruined more than their fair share of cookouts, trips to the lake, and evening walks. Beyond the itchy, miserable bites they bestow, however, is the …

You Can’t Catch a Cold from Being Caught in the Rain, But…

Bertie Doyle May 20, 2021

There are health risks associated with being caught in the rain, but they might not be what you’re thinking. The old wives’ tale holds that people who get caught in the rain and get drenched are at risk of contracting a cold. However, that’s not how colds work: you catch …

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