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Hurricane Joaquin intensified sharply on Saturday morning to a top-end Category 4 storm, vaulting to top sustained winds of 155 mph. Joaquin continues moving out to sea, although it will pass close to Bermuda on Monday. Moisture streaming into the Carolinas, partially from Joaquin, is causing a major flooding risk this weekend. Meanwhile, newborn Tropical Storm Oho may approach Hawaii as a strengthening hurricane early next week.
DANGEROUS CAT 4 Hurricane JOAQUIN Will Head Out to Sea - but large swells and inland flooding from torrential rains are expected from the SE US to New England
It's Fall again! And that means you need to clean those leaves out of your rain bucket! Here are some tips for regular weather station maintenance!
Some said that it wasn't possible..........They don't see eye to eye on the climate issue..........
But if you missed Part 1 of Weather Geeks with Joe Bastardi, you missed a treat. Such a ...
Portlight along with its partners at the American Red Cross and FEMA are readying to assist, co-ordinate and implement the Emergency Sheltering needs.
The remnants of Hurricane Linda will track toward southern California in addition to a deepening trough. This will allow for a moist, upslope flow to provide the first widespread rain of the fall season across the region.
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