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Sun SentinelSouth Florida is unlikely to ever see a tornado as devastating as the one that tore through Oklahoma on Monday. The atmospheric conditions aren’t conducive here. Yet the region could see a Category 5 hurricane, which could pack winds almost as...
GRANBURY, Texas (AP) — In a story May 16 about tornadoes that swept through North Texas, The Associated Press misspelled the name of the executive director for Trinity Habitat for Humanity in Fort Worth. He is Gage Yager, not Yeager. A corrected...
Milwaukee Journal SentinelThe rain didn't come, but the wind certainly did. Meteorologists called Tuesday night's windy conditions from Dane County east to Milwaukee County a "heat burst." The water in the air evaporated before it hit the ground, causing the air to warm and...
Star TribuneResearchers and Xcel Energy have joined forces to try to tighten up one of the key uncertainties in the renewable energy business: the weather forecast. Using tools that could provide forecasts for wind, icing and other dynamics down to the location...
Kerrville Daily Times, TexasA severe thunderstorm moved across the Hill Country early Friday, bringing with it rain, wind and hail that resulted in area power outages and some knocked down trees but otherwise little to no damage. The National Weather Service issued a severe...
The Idaho StatesmanAn early summer Boiseans hoping to spend their Mother's Day in the sun are in luck. Temperatures will break 90 degrees this weekend for the first time in 2013. The National Weather Service predicts highs of 89 on Saturday and possibly 92 on Sunday....
A "May miracle" of almost perfectly timed, above-average rainfall helped firefighters battling the large Springs fire in Ventura County and guaranteed that Los Angeles would not break a dubious record. The city was on track to having its fourth-driest...
This post has been corrected, as indicated below.WASHINGTON — Climate change may increase the risk of extreme rainfall in the tropics and drought in the world's temperate zones, according to a new study led by NASA. "These results in many ways are the worst of all possible worlds," said Peter...
Tags: Weather, Global Warming, North Africa, NASA, Conservation
Channel 2 WeatherWell, well, what have we here? A disappointing early spring perhaps? It just so happens that many are frustrated with what's been happening lately, but at least the gravel is getting picked up. Record snowfall in the winter of 2011-2012 was followed...
The Hawk Eye, Burlington, IowaLee County homeowners with flood damage may be eligible for state assistance now that Gov. Terry Branstad has issued a disaster relief proclamation for Lee County. The Iowa Individual Assistance Program provides grants up to $5,000 for households with...
March 2013 brought a chill to Maryland and much of the eastern U.S., but the global average temperature for the month was meanwhile 10th warmest on record, according to U.S. climate researchers. Around here, March temperatures were about 3 degrees below...
WASHINGTON -- The push to produce more energy from renewable sources has stalled, and “the average unit of energy produced today is basically as dirty as it was 20 years ago,” according to Maria van der Hoeven, executive director of the...
May 22, 2013 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
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Apr 18, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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