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Make mist inside with this weather experiment

There was mist in the Miami Valley Wednesday morning, and a chance for fog early on Thursday.

Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Carly Smith demonstrates how fog, mist and rain develop in this weather experiment.

Question: How does mist form?

Hypothesis: If I change the temperature inside a glass or jar, then water vapor will condense on the glass.

Materials: glass or jar, paper plate, ice cubes, and water.

Experiment:

Spring storm will bring snow and rain to Maine overnight

A spring storm will bring snow and rain into Maine overnight Sunday into Monday, making roads slippery and travel difficult, according to the National Weather Service.

Northernmost Maine and the western mountains will bear the brunt of the storm with the coast and southern Maine receiving mostly rain that could turn to sleet and snow overnight as temperatures drop.

Warm and humid with chances for showers and storms. Severe weather possible tonight.

Warm and humid today with some scattered showers and storms this afternoon. Best chances for stormy weather will be tonight when there is a threat for severe weather.

TODAY: Warm and humid. A few showers and storms possible. High 76

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Heavy rain, storms likely into the weekend

MIAMI VALLEY, Ohio (WDTN) – Shower and thunderstorms are
expected to continue Friday night into Saturday.

Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Jamie Jarosik says while there may be a break in the rain Saturday afternoon and evening, another round is likely to develop by Saturday night with the threat for heavy rain and strong storms continuing.

Mild winter reduces springtime flood risk in Maine

A mild winter is giving emergency management officials one less thing to worry about: The spring flooding risk is reduced in New England.

There’s a lower-than-average risk of ice jams causing river backups and flooding in most of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, the National Weather Service said. There’s still some concern about a few rivers in far northern Maine, however.

For the most part, “the ice jam threat is really gone for the season,” said Tom Hawley, hydrologist with the weather service in Gray, Maine.

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