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Severe Thunderstorm Warnings As Well As Tornado Warnings Posted For Parts Of Maine

It looks like there is some severe weather headed our way today, as the National Weather Service has issued multiple severe thunderstorm warnings for most of Maine, and there are even some isolated tornado warnings as well.

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Rain blankets Maine in the National Weather Service radar image from Sept. 30
National Weather Service radar image as of 12:20PM on Sept. 30

Heavy Rain Continues To Pound Central Maine

The Augusta area and all of Central Maine continues to be pounded by a heavy rain storm that has raised concerns for flooding in the region.

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umbrella and rain drops

Big Rain Storm, Heavy Winds Bearing Down On Central Maine

It looks like the Central Maine area is in for some heavy rain as September rolls into October.

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The-Farmers-Almanac

Peter Geiger of the Farmers’ Almanac Joins Us to Explain the Upcoming Cold, Snowy Winter [Interview]

Peter Geiger, our ole pal, stopped by to give us a preview of the Farmers' Almanac (of which he is the chief editor) and get us ready for an brutal winter...

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2016 Farmers' Almanac
2016 Farmers' Almanac

2016 Farmers’ Almanac Calling for ‘Snownado 2: Winter Deja Vu’

The wrap on my 2016 Farmers' Almanac this year reads: "Snownado 2, Winter Deja Vu?" At least there's a question mark at the end which, to my, signifies that there is some question in the mind of the Almanac's prognosticator, identified only as "Caleb Weatherbee."

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Bob O'Wril, Channel 13 weather in the '70s
Bob O'Wril, Channel 13 weather in the '70s

Back in the Day: The Graphics Sucked but the Forecasting was as Good or Better than it is Today! [Video]

Oh, the good ole days of tv weather. Ugly suits, loud ties, bad haircuts and, compared to today, hysterical graphics! The weather maps Bob O'Wril stood in front of on WGAN, channel 13, were about the equivalent of a grammar school style overhead projector, complete with hand written conditions and temperatures and even drawn suns and clouds. And we liked it just fine!

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Fire Truck 911

Weather is Right for Fire Danger

There is a red flag warning for much of southern and central Maine tomorrow.

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Mike Higgins
Mike Higgins

River Flow Advisory Commission to Hold Its Second Meeting of Flood Season

Federal and state officials continue to assess river flooding potential this spring in Maine. The River Flow Advisory Commission is holding its second meeting today. The panel will discuss snowpack, stream flow and river ice — all of which have a bearing on the risk of flooding.

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