News & Blogs
The Atlantic's strongest and longest-lived named storm of 2014, Edouard, is near the end of its life. Passage over waters cooler than 23°C (73°F) have resulted in the loss of all of Edouard's heavy thunderstorms, and satellite images show that Edouard is just a swirl of low clouds. Edouard will likely be declared dead by Saturday morning.
Torrential rainfall Tuesday through Thursday morning (September 16-18) in the Languedoc Region of southern France has resulted in flooding that has killed at least four people with two others still missing. The rainfall rates during the storm were phenomenal.
Looks like that wind I warned people about in my Fantasy Fishing post earlier this week came a day early, postponing things for a day. So what impact will that have on the event, and what of the days to come?
I often see inaccurate weather information and myths propagating through my Facebook Newsfeed. In the spirit of the "Hail No" segment of Weather Geeks, the show that I host each Sunday at Noon on the ...
This two-day workshop will provide a forum to review and establish procedures for accessibility challenges during relief and evacuation efforts.
Community Member Blogs
Need assistance? Visit our Blog Knowledge base.
More Featured Blogs
Search The Blogs
1412 comments and 28 entries posted by all members in the last 24 hours.
You have posted 0 entries in your own blog.
You have posted 0 comments in all blogs.