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10 STEM Activities to do at Home With Your Kids

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Gardening in the Winter: How to Enjoy & Protect Your Plants Through the Cold Season

 
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The Best Gifts For Gardeners: 2020 Holiday Edition

 
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Can smart home integrations really help reduce your electric bill?

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A Beginner's Guide to Leveraging Tempest Weather Data in a Smart Home

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Understanding & cutting your home energy bill

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Microclimates Explained: Formation and Forecasting

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How Home Weather Stations Could Improve Wildfire Prediction

If firefighters could predict how a wildfire was going to spread, they would be better able to contain it. But despite great strides in the computer modeling used to forecast wildfires, they’re difficult to predict because of unexpected wind shifts or spontaneous acceleration. They remain a catastrophic force that takes lives and decimates communities.
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The 10 Best Father's Day Gifts

Wondering what to get your dad when he already owns all of the latest tech devices? We’ve scoured the internet for some fabulous Father’s Day gifts for your gadget-loving dad, and these are some of our favorites:  
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Preparing for Hurricane Season

Hurricane season is upon us, with four named storms already.  According to NOAA, the Atlantic hurricane season started on June 1st and will end on November 30th, with the Eastern Pacific hurricane season beginning May 15th. The strength of a hurricane’s winds determines its intensity, and hurricanes can have different intensities and levels of damage. The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale categorizes hurricane severity on a scale from 1 (weakest) to Category 5 (most intense). Regardless of whether an impending hurricane is Cat 1 or Cat 5, if you live in affected areas, you will need to prepare for hurricane season in order to weather the storm.
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