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|Severe weather likely for Saturday, calm by Sunday: Working for your weekend forecast|
This Saturday, Northeast Ohio is in a region of risk for severe weather, but as the trigger for thunderstorms pushes east, it will leave behind cool, pleasant weather for Sunday. CLEVELAND, Ohio - The perfect environmental conditions for severe storms on Saturday are all lining up and ready to hit: a cold front, deepening low pressure system, and lots of atmospheric moisture to act as fuel to storms. Model forecast: 3 p.m. - 7 pm. of precipitation for Saturday.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com But Sunday is a much better story. As the front pushes east it will leave behind significantly cooler temperatures and sunny skies. Model forecast of temperatures this weekend.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com Saturday High temperature: 86 degrees Low temperature: 69 degrees Chances of rain: 60 percent in the afternoon through evening Humidity: 65 percent Wind conditions: 16 mph Sunday High temperature: 72 degrees Low temperature: 60 degrees Chances of rain: near zero Humidity: 60 percent Wind conditions: 11 mph The How As the cold front pushes east the moist air ahead of it will produce possible severe strength storms, but will leave behind dry, sunny skies for Sunday.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com A very strong cold front is expected to pass through Northeast Ohio bringing in plenty of rainfall and heavy storms for Saturday. Why? Cold fronts are the perfect trigger for thunderstorms because they cause rising motion in the atmosphere. As air rises it becomes unstable as is cools to its dew point forming condensation and rain. But there's more. This weekend a deepening low pressure system is yet another trigger for thunderstorms, and with heavy atmospheric moisture to support development storms could become fairly strong. The Storm Prediction Center has us in a region of slight risk for severe weather Saturday, so make sure to have government alerts enabled on your smart phone so you can be notified of any warnings from the National Weather Service. NOAA's Storm Prediction Center severe weather analysis for Saturday.National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Flash flooding risk for Saturday.National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Keep checking cleveland.com/weather for twice daily weather updates for Northeast Ohio, and don't forget to submit any weather questions you may have! Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com's meteorologist. Please follow me on Facebook and Twitter @kreardon0818.
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|Weak tornado damages guard's Camp Ripley in Minnesota|
LITTLE FALLS, Minn. (AP) - The National Weather Service says it was a weak tornado that damaged the Minnesota National Guard's Camp Ripley. The storm caused major damage to several buildings used for housing, training and maintenance at the camp and training center in Little Falls. It ripped the roof ...
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|Trees by the ton: Hermine leaves a heavy load in Fla.|
A week after the category 1 storm shredded Tallahassee’s iconic oaks and pine trees, a 2,200-ton mound of tree debris continues to grow at t...
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|Scientists use undersea drones to help predict hurricanes|
As Hermine worked its way up the East Coast, scientists deployed several underwater drones they say will help them better understand what sustains and strengthens hurricanes and tropical storms – and ultimately better protect life and property.The ocean gliders, as they are called, resemble yellow-w...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | Tropical cyclone Storm Thunderstorm Cyclone Precipitation Atlantic Ocean Wind Nor'easter
|Flooding rains lash Mexico's Pacific coast|
Heavy downpours cause floods in southwest Mexico ahead of the arrival of a strengthening tropical storm.
53 points by Al Jazeera English | Mexico Tropical cyclone Pacific Ocean Weather New Zealand Flood Baja California peninsula Storm
|Rain chances today pushed later this evening, mostly clear Friday: Northeast Ohio weather forecast|
Chances of storms still continue tonight, but will dwindle to very slight through Friday. CLEVELAND, Ohio - Chances of strong thunderstorms today have been pushed later and later because of the increasingly slow movement of the cold front expected to trigger the storms. Friday is looking mostly rain free, but in the evening some moisture might just make it north enough to initiate one or two light, scattered showers. Tonight: Rain chances peak at 4 p.m. and continue until 9 p.m., and winds will continue to pick up, staying around 15 mph through the night. Temperatures? Not giving up either, staying above 80 degrees through 8 p.m. and resting in the mid 70s until midnight. Friday: Friday will be mostly rain-free, there's just a 15 percent chance of a very light, short-lived shower or two across Northeast Ohio. Winds will calm down to just 5 mph the entire day, and temperatures will yet again reach the mid 80s. Dry air (purple/blue) will keep rain chances to a minimum for Friday but in the evening moist air (green/yellow/red) will try to creep up north and could make it here spawning a light shower or two.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com Humidity levels are a little higher for Friday, so the high in the mid 80s may feel more like the upper 80s. Model forecast of temperatures for Friday.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com Sunrise: 7:02 a.m. Sunset: 7:46 p.m. Pollen forecast: Pollen levels are at a medium level Friday of 7.2 for ragweed and chenopods. Lake conditions: The National Weather Service is reporting calm winds with waves less than 1 foot for Friday. Friday evening, the winds will pick up to 10 mph with waves still less than 1 foot. The How: The cold front following the low pressure system today is moving slower than expected. Therefore rain chances have been pushed later and later in the day. Friday the cold front will be east of the region, leaving behind a little bit cooler temperatures and drier air. Friday evening a little moisture that might creep north could spawn a light, scattered shower, but chances are slight. Thunderstorms, strong winds still expected for Saturday in Northeast Ohio: Working for your weekend forecast Keep checking cleveland.com/weather for twice daily weather updates for Northeast Ohio, and don't forget to submit any weather questions you may have! Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com's meteorologist. Please follow me on Facebook and Twitter @kreardon0818.
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|Thunderstorms, strong winds still expected for Saturday in Northeast Ohio: Working for your weekend forecast|
Plentiful thunderstorms and strong wind are still on track for Saturday, but by Sunday most of it will be cleared. CLEVELAND, Ohio - A passing cold front this weekend will cause widespread storms Saturday, but as it pushes east by Sunday it will leave behind significantly cooler temperatures and clear, sunny skies. Model forecast of temperatures Saturday morning through Sunday night.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com Saturday High temperature: 83 degrees Low temperature: 65 degrees Chances of rain: 60 percent Humidity: 75 percent Wind conditions: 18 mph Sunday High temperature: 71 degrees Low temperature: 59 degrees Chances of rain: 10 percent Humidity: 60 percent Wind conditions: 10 mph The How As the cold front moves west to east it will cause thunderstorms ahead of it where's there's plenty of moisture and will leave behind dry, sunny skies with cooler temperatures.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com Saturday a cold front following a low pressure system will move through Northeast Ohio. Both create the perfect conditions for strong storms because they trigger for the first ingredient in a thunderstorm: rising motion. As air rises it becomes unstable as it cools to its dew point forming condensation and rain. Heavy atmospheric moisture to support storms could possibly make these severe. When the cold front pushes east Saturday evening, it will leave behind clear skies and cooler temperatures for Sunday. Keep checking cleveland.com/weather for twice daily weather updates for Northeast Ohio, and don't forget to submit any weather questions you may have! Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com's meteorologist. Please follow me on Facebook and Twitter @kreardon0818.
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|Thursday's forecast: Central soaking, hot East|
Find out the weather where you are and get a few tidbits of weather history.
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|Ocean City under tropical storm warning as Hermine moves up Atlantic coast|
Ocean City is under a tropical storm warning as Tropical Storm Hermine moves up the coast, with major coastal flooding and wind gusts up to 65 mph expected from Saturday through Labor Day.At the Ocean City inlet, Atlantic waters are expected to reach flood stage by midday Saturday. They could rise...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Tropical cyclone Atlantic Ocean Maryland Wind Flood Storm surge Storm Weather
|Hermine southeast of Ocean City, could regain hurricane force Sunday|
Gov. Larry Hogan ordered the Maryland National Guard to deploy units to Ocean City on Saturday, as the coast remained under a tropical storm warning and is expected to see significant flooding. National Guard officials announced the deployment as Tropical Storm Hermine regained strength and continued...
415 points by Baltimore Sun | Tropical cyclone Storm Maryland Tropical cyclone meteorology Storm surge New Jersey Wind Beaufort scale
|Chances of very light, scattered showers today: Northeast Ohio weather forecast|
Today Northeast Ohio will see a few light, very scattered showers throughout the day with hot temperatures. CLEVELAND, Ohio - Some moderate atmospheric moisture will trigger on and off light, scattered showers across Northeast Ohio today. Temperatures are still reaching high today at a scorching 90 degrees by 4 p.m. The average temperature for today is much cooler, only at 77 degrees, but we're still not close to the 94-degree record. Model forecast of temperatures today.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com Mostly cloudy and calm wind conditions are also in the forecast. Sunrise: 7 a.m. Sunset: 7:49 p.m. Pollen forecast: Pollen levels are expected to take a little dip today compared to how they've been the past couple of days, but are still at a medium-high level of 7.7. Lake conditions: The National Ocean Service is reporting west-southwest winds at 12 mph with waves less than 1 foot. This evening, they are forecasting south-southwest winds around 13 mph with waves still less than 1 foot. The How: A little bit of moist air (green) will help form light, scattered showers across Northeast Ohio today.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com High pressure over Ohio today will reduce rain chances, but with more atmospheric moisture to support storms there's a small chance of very scattered, short-lived storms across Northeast Ohio throughout the day today. Keep checking cleveland.com/weather for twice daily weather updates for Northeast Ohio, and don't forget to submit any weather questions you may have! Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com's meteorologist. Please follow me on Facebook and Twitter @kreardon0818.
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|Hurricane Newton hits Mexico, still a flood threat for U.S. Southwest|
Hurricane Newton roared into Mexico's Baja Peninsula on Tuesday morning with winds of 90 mph, forcing tourists in resorts at Cabo San Lucas ...
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|Waterbury child care center set for return to old location|
WATERBURY, Vt. (AP) - After being driven out by flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene five years ago, a Waterbury child care center is scheduled to reopen in its former location by the end of October. WCAX-TV reports (http://bit.ly/2crqHJi ) the Hunger Mountain Children's Center will return to its old ...
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|Possible severe storms today, very strong winds: Northeast Ohio weather forecast|
Strong storms and fast winds are in the forecast today for Northeast Ohio. CLEVELAND, Ohio - Some strong storms are in the forecast today for Northeast Ohio, with a 50 percent chance persisting nearly the entire day because of a passing cold front. Chances of rain begin as early as 8 a.m. today and could last through late evening.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com This is a weak cold front, however, so it won't prevent temperatures from reaching the mid 80s. Model forecast of temperatures for today.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com Accompanying the storms you will notice very strong winds, reaching 20 mph in some areas, so make sure to have any loose articles of clothing secured. Sunrise: 7:01 a.m. Sunset: 7:47 p.m. Pollen forecast: Pollen is taking another dip today to a 7.7 level, but this is still considered "medium." Lake conditions: The National Weather Service is reporting southwest winds around 19 mph with waves 1-2 feet. This evening, they are reporting southwest winds around 12 mph with waves still 1-2 feet. The How: A cold front is expected to pass through all of Ohio today. Cold fronts create the perfect trigger for thunderstorms: rising motion in the atmosphere. Why? As it rises it becomes unstable as it cools to its dew point forming condensation and rain. Heavy atmospheric moisture will help strengthen these storms into possible severe strength, prompting the Storm Prediction Center to put Northeast Ohio in a region of marginal risk for severe weather today. Make sure to have government alerts enabled on your smartphone to be notified of any severe weather any time of day. Keep checking cleveland.com/weather for twice daily weather updates for Northeast Ohio, and don't forget to submit any weather questions you may have! Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com's meteorologist. Please follow me on Facebook and Twitter @kreardon0818
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|New Mexico activates emergency operations over Newton storm|
Andrew V. PestanoALBUQUERQUE, Sept. 8 (UPI) -- New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez activated the state's Emergency Operations Center to prepare for possible flooding caused by post-tropical cyclone Newton.
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|Weakened Newton brings rain, humidity to Southwest|
PHOENIX — Less intense remnants of Tropical Storm Newton brought rain, powerful winds and uncharacteristically high humidity to desert cities in Arizona on Wednesday after pummeling the Mexican resort city of Cabo San Lucas and killing four people.
-1 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Tropical cyclone Cabo San Lucas Mexico Baja California Sur Storm Wind Gulf of California Precipitation
|The Latest: Stealthy destroyer sets sail to join US Navy|
BATH, Maine (AP) — The Latest on the nation's largest and most expensive destroyer leaving Maine to join the U.S. Navy (all times local):
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|Slight chances of rain tonight, possible severe storms Thursday: Northeast Ohio weather forecast|
Thursday a passing cold front and plenty of atmospheric moisture could cause severe thunderstorms in Northeast Ohio. CLEVELAND, Ohio - Tonight Northeast Ohio can expect only very slight chances of rain, but rain chances are ramping back up Thursday with a passing cold front. Tonight: Slight, scattered rain chances will continue throughout the evening, with some stronger winds around 10 mph. The hot temperatures will stick around as well, still at the mid 80s through 9 p.m. Thursday: If you're a plant lover then Thursday is your day to finally get some rain. A 50 percent chance persists most of the day, reducing to 30 percent by 10 p.m. With these storms winds are expected to pick up significantly, reaching up to 19 mph. With high temperatures spiking to 87 degrees, and high humidity around 65 percent, there's a heat index of over 94 degrees. So, make sure to stay hydrated and limit your time outdoors. Model forecast of temperatures Thursday.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com Sunrise: 7:01 a.m. Sunset: 7:47 p.m. Pollen forecast: Pollen is taking another dip Thursday to a 7.7 level, but this is still considered "medium." Lake conditions: The National Weather Service is reporting southwest winds around 19 mph with waves 1-2 feet. Thursday evening, they are reporting southwest winds around 12 mph with waves still 1-2 feet. The How: A cold front is expected to pass through all of Ohio Thursday. Cold fronts create the perfect trigger for thunderstorms: rising motion in the atmosphere. Why? As it rises it becomes unstable and cools to its dew point, forming condensation and rain. Heavy atmospheric moisture exists to help strengthen these storms, prompting the Storm Prediction Center to put Northeast Ohio in a region of marginal risk for severe weather. NOAA's Storm Prediction Center has Northeast Ohio in a region of marginal risk for severe storms Thursday.Kelly Reardon, cleveland.com Keep checking cleveland.com/weather for twice daily weather updates for Northeast Ohio, and don't forget to submit any weather questions you may have! Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com's meteorologist. Please follow me on Facebook and Twitter @kreardon0818.
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|Snow, sleet, rain help douse drought talk|
Pa., N.J., still have "watches," but forecast has wet look.
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|Clinging to winter: N.H. ski resorts winding down for the season|
As a roller-coaster winter has come to a close, the days left in the ski season are also numbered.Some ski areas, like Pats Peak in Henniker and McIntyre in Manchester, are calling it a season this weekend.Barring another significant snowstorm, Gunstock and Ragged mountains in the central part of th...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | Resort Snow Storm White Mountains Mount Washington Ski resort Piste Skiing
|Boscawen glad it held voting in the snow to avoid legal storm|
In the wake of uncertainty over the validity of some towns’ postponed ballot voting, Boscawen moderator Charlie Niebling said he’s glad he stuck to the original voting schedule despite the inclement weather.“Had we not,” he said, “we’d be in the eye of the storm, so to speak, of the controversy over...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | Voting system Storm Constable Voting Election Elections Democracy Winter storm
|Brave wrangler wrestles 9ft gator out of Florida storm drain (VIDEO)|
A Florida resident was in for quite a shock when he spotted a massive alligator stuck in a storm drain. A local trapper, with the help of some rope, managed to wrest the giant reptile free. Read Full Article at RT.com
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|NASA scientists analyze Peru's deadly precipitation|
NASA scientists are using the latest data from the Global Precipitation Measurement mission to analyze Peru's deadly precipitation.
-1 points by UPI | Precipitation Storm Rain Meteorology Tropical cyclone Cyclone Cloud Water
|Denver sets record high temp Thursday; blizzard coming Friday|
Denver set a new record high temperature on Thursday, the same day a blizzard warning was posted for parts of northeastern Colorado.
-1 points by The Denver Post | Meteorology Wind Blizzard Storm Colorado Front Range Urban Corridor Snow Precipitation
|New, more powerful storm takes aim at California|
The state is still reeling from a recent storm that flooded highways, caused widespread power outages and led to several deaths.
11 points by USA Today | California Rain Tropical cyclone Precipitation Meteorology Storm Cyclone Southern California
|Severe storms possible in central, southern Oklahoma|
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Forecasters say there's a chance of severe thunderstorms across parts of the southern Plains, including portions of central and southern Oklahoma. The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, says there is a slight risk of severe storms Sunday afternoon around Lawton, Marlow and Hollister. Central Oklahoma ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Oklahoma Tropical cyclone Severe weather Storm Oklahoma City Thunderstorm Precipitation Tornado
|New onslaught of rain to hit after 5 killed|
A drenched Northern California will get another round of heavy rainfall until Tuesday, sparking flooding concerns in the region.
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|50,000 L.A. residents are still without power, and Amtrak is expected to resume service Saturday night|
Live updates: Strongest storm in years moves into L.A. area Feb. 18, 2017, 3:44 p.m. The strongest storm to hit Southern California in several years has brought torrential rain, flash flooding and powerful winds to the area. A flash flood watch has been issued for Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los...
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|California storm wreaks havoc, causes at least 2 deaths|
Strong rain and forceful winds plowed through southern and cenral California, causing dramatic mudslides and flooding freeways.
3489 points by USA Today | California San Bernardino County California Wind Storm Flood Tropical cyclone Water Southern California
|The man the PGA Tour goes to for its weather forecast|
Stewart Williams arrived at his cramped trailer on a Riviera Country Club tennis court at 5 a.m. Friday. He sat in front of two laptops, a copier to his left, a handheld radio, cup of coffee and breakfast burrito to his right. Not much room for anything else. He bought the burrito from the food...
6 points by Los Angeles Times | Storm Weather Wind Rain PGA Tour Tropical cyclone Meteorology The Play
|Mandatory evacuations and school closure ordered in Duarte|
Strongest storm in years moving into L.A. area Feb. 17, 2017, 6:55 a.m. The strongest storm to hit Southern California in several years is expected to bring torrential rain, flash flooding and powerful winds Friday. A flash flood watch has been issued for Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles...
1 points by Los Angeles Times | Tropical cyclone Emergency evacuation Street Los Angeles Sand Tornado Storm drain Storm
|Strongest storm in years moving into L.A. area|
Strongest storm in years moving into L.A. area Feb. 17, 2017, 4:21 a.m. The strongest storm to hit Southern California in several years is expected to bring torrential rain, flash flooding and powerful winds Friday. -- A flash flood watch has been issued for Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles...
2 points by Los Angeles Times | Rain Wind Weather Santa Catalina Island California Tropical cyclone Los Angeles County California Storm Flood
|35-year plow driver treats NH highways ‘like you would your own driveway’|
While most people were snug in their beds, Steven Huckins was seven hours into his second 12-plus hour shift this week, charging down route 140 in Northfield with his plow blade biting away at the most recent snowstorm.Huckins, a 36-year veteran of the state’s Department of Transportation system, st...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | U.S. Route 3 Interstate 93 Storm PASS Storm The Faint State Left-wing politics
|Residents near Oroville Dam restlesss, living in fear|
Northern California residents, who had spent days at evacuation shelters, were allowed to return to their homes but many stayed only long enough to pack valuables before fleeing an approaching storm that will test recently repaired spillways at the nation’s tallest dam.
5 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Lake Oroville Oroville California Butte County California California State Water Project Storm Dam Oroville Dam Feather River
|Life near Oroville Dam now shadowed by fears and concerns|
OROVILLE, Calif. (AP) - Northern California residents, who had spent days at evacuation shelters, were allowed to return to their homes but many stayed only long enough to pack valuables before fleeing an approaching storm that will test recently repaired spillways at the nation's tallest dam. Authorities say the immediate ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Lake Oroville Oroville California Butte County California California State Water Project Storm Oroville Dam Feather River Oroville-Thermalito Complex
|Winter storm lashes southern US |
Severe weather hits the Deep South bringing rain, snow and tornadoes to the state of Texas.
46 points by Al Jazeera English | Tornado Thunderstorm Storm Precipitation Severe weather Wind Cyclone Texas
|The Latest: Workers rush repairs at dam as storm approaches|
OROVILLE, Calif. (AP) - The Latest on problems with an emergency spillway at the nation's tallest dam (all times local): 7:25 a.m. The Oroville Reservoir is continuing to drain as state water officials scrambled to reduce the lake's level ahead of impending storms. The Los Angeles Times reports (http://lat.ms/2lKMK5I) that ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Reservoir Precipitation Rain Water Dam Spillway The Los Angeles Times Storm
|Town gets a ‘pounding’ from penis-shaped storm (IMAGE)|
A penis-shaped storm was spotted by satellite en route to a town Down Under, much to the delight of dirty-minded Aussies. Read Full Article at RT.com
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|Dam residents return: Warning downgraded but eyes on impending storm|
Residents returned home Tuesday after authorities lifted the mandatory evacuation order around Lake Oroville that affected about 188,000 people.
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|More snow on the way for hard-hit Maine|
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Another round of winter weather is poised to clobber Maine. The National Weather Service says the latest snowfall will begin late Wednesday morning. Meteorologist Tom Hawley says some parts of the state could get hit with up to a foot of snow. He says there will ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Precipitation Winter Blizzard Storm Washington D.C. Meteorology Washington Season
|Dry, Sunny weather for Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas Valley|
This week will be dry and sunny until a storm system moves into the valley Thursday night, according to the National Weather Service.
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|Houston region under tornado watch until 1 pm|
A tornado watch is in effect until 1 p.m. for the Houston region, according to the National Weather Service.
679 points by The Houston Chronicle | Tornado Tropical cyclone Wind Thunderstorm Severe weather Storm Galveston Texas Greater Houston
|Tropical Cyclone Dineo bears down on Madagascar|
The fifth Cyclone of the Southern Hemisphere cyclone season threatens flooding in Mozambique and South Africa.
353 points by Al Jazeera English | Tropical cyclone Wind Precipitation Storm Cyclone Thunderstorm Tornado Weather
|Cities across US report deep snow, strong winds and... foul odors|
Citizens across the US have good reason to stay home from work. While New England has been pummeled with snowstorms, rainstorms and other extreme winter weather, Houston, Texas, has a conundrum of their own: a foul smell. Read Full Article at RT.com
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|Storm wallops Northeast, where ‘Stay home’ is message|
PORTLAND, Maine — Plow trucks and shovelers in the Northeast attacked the region’s latest winter storm, which dumped 30 inches of snow on a Maine town, made roads unsafe and immobilized millions of residents Monday.
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|With love and lots of snow in the air, florists work to deliver on orders|
Florists always expect Feb. 14 to be hectic. What they don’t expect is more than a foot of snow dumped on their delivery routes within 24 hours of Valentine’s Day.Customers paying top dollar to woo loved ones expect nothing but the freshest of blooms, which is why most shipments were scheduled to ar...
66 points by Concord Monitor | Snow Blizzard Monday Rose Floristry Storm Florist Flower
|The Latest: Maine town gets 30 inches of snow|
The Latest on a winter storm moving through the Northeast (all times local):
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|State House, courts, schools, most flights cancelled due to storm|
Another storm, another snow day. Plow trucks and shovelers attacked the latest storm in the Northeast on Monday, which immobilized millions of people as more snow piled on top of ever-growing snowbanks and whiteout conditions made roads unsafe.In New Hampshire, 14 inches had fallen in Ossipee and th...
7 points by Concord Monitor | New England Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire Vermont Northeastern United States Blizzard Storm
|The Latest: Storm in Vermont is the biggest in 2 years|
The Latest on a winter storm moving through the Northeast (all times local):10:30 a.m.Vermont is digging out from the biggest storm to hit the state in more than two years.The National Weather Service says 16 inches of snow has fallen in the town of Walden in the northeast corner of the state, and Sutton got 15.5 inches.More than a foot of snow fell in the Burlington area.Marlon Verasamy of the NWS, says it's the biggest storm to hit Vermont since Feb. 2, 2015. The winter storm warning was to expire Monday evening.
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|DTE: 4K homes, businesses still without power|
After a Sunday night of high winds in Metro Detroit, some 4,000 DTE Energy customers are without power
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