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The 1940 Armistice Day Blizzard

The 1940 Armistice Day Blizzard

One of the strongest winter storms to ever impact the Midwest, the Armistice Day Blizzard struck this week, back in 1940.

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 11-8-19

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 11-8-19

Pleasant temperatures in the west, diminishing rain chances in parts of the south, and snow developing in north-central parts of the country through the weekend.

Professor Paul Thursday- Is It Really Windier In Cities?

Professor Paul Thursday- Is It Really Windier In Cities?

A look into how built-up urban areas can impact local wind speeds

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 11-1-19

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 11-1-19

Rain and snow chances from the Northern Plains to the Great Lakes, and below-average highs for much of the country through the weekend.

Professor Paul Thursday - The Santa Ana Winds Explained

Professor Paul Thursday - The Santa Ana Winds Explained

A study into how the Santa Ana winds develop and why they bring such a high risk for wildfires.

Wonders of the Artificial Leaf

Wonders of the Artificial Leaf

An improvement in the design of the artificial leaf has now enabled the clean production of syngas - an important gas used in a wide variety of industries.

Wildlife Wednesdays: Opossums and Lyme Disease

Wildlife Wednesdays: Opossums and Lyme Disease

Many people think Opossums are "just rodents," but they are our best ally in stopping the spread of Lyme disease.

Wildlife Wednesdays: Climate Change and Minnesota's Loons

Wildlife Wednesdays: Climate Change and Minnesota's Loons

The state bird, along with other species, could disappear from Minnesota by 2080.

Fueled by Plastic

Fueled by Plastic

A team of scientists from Washington State University have found a method to turn plastic waste into refined jet and diesel fuels.

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