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The National Weather Service Sterling forecast office has been seeing something unusual on radar of late -- a fuzziness when there's no precipitation nearby. 

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By now you’ve heard the cicadas are coming. Entomologists predict the periodical cicada that are on a 17-year reproduction cycle will start emerging from the soil in mass within the next several days, and some early emergence has been documented in parts of Tennessee.

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John Goddard, University of Tennessee Extension agent, talks about the cicada killer wasp and cicadas that residents could soon hear and see i…

Residents soon will likely hear the buzzing sounds of cicadas as Brood X surfaces for the first time since 2004.

Once out of their brown nymph shells, these adult 17-year cicadas will spend several weeks from May through June mating and the females will l…

These 17-year cicada nymphs will start to be seen in May on trees all over Cecil and New Castle counties. They are not poisonous or harmful.