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Rain Chances on the Horizon Late This Week

While we start October off on a quiet and warm note, we will be keeping an eye on two things by the end of the week. First, a front stalled northwest of us wants to work closer to us by Friday. Second, we’ll have a vigorous upper-level trough set up in the western United States by this coming weekend as well. Put the two together and we’ll have rain chances to keep an eye on by this weekend. Monday through Wednesday look quiet and dry around here. While we could see a few t-storms Thu…

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Mother Road Marathon Spans Three States

Hundreds took part in a 23 mile race down historic Route 66 today. Twelveone Group hosted the Mother Road Marathon. The race spans three states, starting in Commerce, OK and ending in Joplin, MO. There was also the option for a 13 mile long half marathon, which started in Baxter Springs, KS. It takes a lot of work to prepare for the race, but runners say it’s extremely rewarding. “Gosh just do it,” said half marathon runner Elisha Maxwell.&nbsp…

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A Look at the Tropics – September 29th

A look at the Tropics on this September 29th has no future storms or systems on the horizon in both the Pacific and Atlantic. However, we do have 3 active systems to cover. In the Atlantic Basin, we have Tropical Storm Leslie 750 miles east-northeast of Bermuda. It has sustained wind speeds of 50 mph and a minimum central pressure of 991 millibars. While the outgoing forecast track keeps Leslie away from land, the swells generated by the storm will affect Bermuda, the east coast of th…