Chaos theory explains why forecasts go awry and change.
Yet another notable winter expected in Georgia and adjacent states.
Cold Air Damming weather events are nicknamed the wedge.
A strong El Nino but will probably peak before the heart of winter.
The latest suite of models keeps El Nino strong.
Disastrous flooding for South Carolina avoids Georgia, nice spell of weather ahead.
Rare weather pattern brings flooding especially east of Atlanta.
The El Nino continues to be strong but may weaken during winter months.
Meteorological summer in Atlanta June-August was not too far from normal on average.
Back and forth up and down but no long-lasting extremes, much like summer.
There is a "monster" El Nino and it can only mean one thing, right? Wrong.
El Nino moderate to very strong depending on method used to measure.
The weather impact of El Nino differs from event to event.
Lots of Buzz about a "Super El Nino" and "Ice Age by 2040"
Abnormal weather for July but not for El Nino summer.
Thunderstorms...isolated scattered smothered or covered?
A guest blog about how summer weather and forecasts work here.
Stop asking weather people exactly when it will rain at your house, a guest blog post.
Forecasters generally agree tropical storms will be fewer this season than long-term average, but it only takes one.
"The summer wind, came blowin' in..." The summer outlook.