Flooding In South Florida Shuts Down Major Roads, Flight Cancellations

A flash flood emergency was declared Wednesday for parts of South Florida amid heavy rain that wasn’t expected to stop for several days.
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As Florida Soaks, Western Gulf Development Possible Next Week

As one soaking continues this week, another soggy scenario is shaping up elsewhere in the Gulf next week. Here's the latest thinking.
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Scientists Say This Is Where 'The Big One' Could Hit

Researchers using new technology to map the Cascadia Subduction Zone off the U.S. West Coast discovered a new danger zone. Here’s where, and why.
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Severe Threat Ahead For Midwest, Plains And Northeast

A system will bring the threat of large hail, damaging winds, and a tornado or two to the Midwest on Thursday. Here’s what we’re watching.
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Cicada-Pocalypse: When The Buzz Will Finally Cease

Brace yourselves: the cicada symphony is about to take its final bow leaving us with the sweet sound of silence. So how soon will the cicadas be gone? That depends on where you live. Here’s what you need to know.
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