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Arctic Sea Ice May Reach Second-Lowest Extent on Record This Month

Dr. Jeff Masters, September 3, 2015

Director of Meteorology, Weather Underground

A burst of late-season loss over the last several weeks has put the Arctic Ocean’s ice cover within reach of the lowest extent observed in any year except 2012. In the tropics, a new system moving off Africa could become a depression over the next five days, and Tropical Storm Fred is barely hanging on to life, while Hurricanes Jimena and Ignacio and Typhoon Kilo continue to prowl the Pacific.

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Godzilla Versus The Blob

Dr. Ricky Rood, August 31, 2015

Professor, University of Michigan

The political ramifications of statements by meteorologists and climatologists take away the ease of language, perhaps, the playfulness of communication.

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Revisiting the Erika "Emergency"

Bryan Norcross, September 3, 2015

Hurricane Specialist, The Weather Channel

Hurricane hype and a faux state of emergency converge to make Erika worth revisiting.

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Tropics Quiet Down as Heat Builds Across the Eastern Half of the Nation

Steve Gregory, September 2, 2015

Sr. Forecaster/Risk Analysis, Weather Intel Services

Tropics Quiet Down as Heat Builds Across the Eastern Half of the Nation

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The Extraordinarily Active North Central Pacific TC Season

Dr. Phil Klotzbach, September 2, 2015

Research Scientist, Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University

The meteorological reasons behind the extraordinarily active North Central Pacific TC season are discussed. Several of the records that have been set are examined in detail.

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Turn out the lights! How night fishing can produce GIANT bass!

Jim Root, August 31, 2015

Professional Bass Angler

"We arrived back at Union Springs with less than an hour of daylight when it occurred to me that this might be the perfect time for me to do the night fishing story that I'd been wanting to do for a couple weeks. And what we caught under that full moon was just heavenly."

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El Niño and All It’s Warmth

Zachary Labe, September 4, 2015

Northeast Weather Analyst

El Nino is certainly here and will be the dominate atmospheric long wave forcing mechanism over the next few months, particularly by late October. However, for now we can expect a continued quiet weather pattern across the East Coast.

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Disability Stakeholder Organizations Commemorate Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary

Portlight, August 26, 2015

Disaster Relief Organization

Washington, DC - The National Council on Independent Living (NCIL) and Portlight Strategies (Portlight), national disability stakeholder organizations, today issued the following statement commemorating the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina:

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