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Active Weather Pattern To Persist Over The Western U.S., Inclement Weather Expected Over The East

A series of storm systems will bring a continued threat for heavy rain, strong winds, and rough surf to coastal locations from northern California to the Northwest U.S. into the weekend. Heavy snow will be likely across the Intermountain West. Over the eastern U.S., low pressure will gather strength and move up the eastern seaboard Friday into Saturday bringing ice, rain, and gusty winds. Read More >

Ask anyone who has been living in the Tennessee Valley for over 25 years if the name H.D. Bagley is familiar and, chances are, they'll know exactly who you are talking about. H.D. has a legacy for being one of Huntsville's most trusted weathermen in his time. He was the first weatherman on television in Huntsville at WHNT-TV, where he began in 1963. Just less than three weeks before his death on Friday, July 16th, Meteorologist-in-Charge John Gordon and Cooperative Student Holly Allen of the National Weather Service in Huntsville sat down with H.D. to talk about his life, his accomplishments, and his legacy. Here, we will share these memories with you and look back over the career of a Huntsville weather icon.

The Childhood Years