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Activity from the Lyrid meteor shower is starting to pick up! It looks like the technical "peak" in activity will be Wednesday night/Thursday morning, but activity usually starts to pick up around April 16.

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Temperatures climbed more Monday than what the clouds and rain allowed on Sunday, but there was still a crisp feeling in the air. As the flow pattern in the upper levels dips a bit, it will allow some cooler air from up north to spread down to us here in the Ohio Valley.

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Check out this “wedge” waterspout that occurred near Panama City Beach Saturday morning.  This picture was sent to us by Jessica Mudd, a viewer who was vacationing in PCB.

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NOAA's Weather Ready Nation is hosting #SafePlaceSelfie today. Safe Place Selfie encourages you to figure out where your safe place is when you need to shelter from dangerous weather, but to do that at a time when the weather isn't bad. 

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The Perseverance Rover NASA landed on Mars earlier this year is sending us back some incredible photos! Now that we can see the surface of the Red Planet while the rover is conducting its experiments and collecting data, an interesting point has come up. 

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True or false: two tornadoes can merge together to form a stronger tornado? 

Turns out it's TRUE! That very thing happened outside Amarillo, Texas, on the afternoon of March 13.

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As a cold front creeps closer to us, rain and storms will push through our WDRB communities tonight. It's almost hard to believe a "cold" anything could be this close after the warm afternoon we've had! 

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