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Cristobal Headed Towards Iceland; 98L Moving Inland Over Texas

Dr. Jeff Masters, August 28, 2014

Director of Meteorology, Weather Underground

Hurricane Cristobal continues to churn northeastwards over the Atlantic towards Iceland. Satellite loops show that Cristobal has its most impressive appearance of its lifetime, with a large symmetric area of heavy thunderstorms. Cristobal will merge with a frontal zone on Friday and transition to a powerful extratropical storm that will likely bring tropical storm-force winds and heavy rain to Iceland on Sunday night.

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INVEST 98L – CARIB HEATS UP (KIND OF) – STRONG WAVE WEST AFRICAN COAST

Steve Gregory, August 28, 2014

Sr. Forecaster/Risk Analysis, Weather Intel Services

INVEST 98L – NO THREAT

A weak and broad surface Low pressure system is centered about 120NM east of Brownsville, TX, and is drifting W/SW at about 5Kts. As occurred yesterday morning, ...

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22 Years After Andrew

Bryan Norcross, August 24, 2014

Hurricane Specialist, The Weather Channel

Hurricane Andrew hit suburban Miami 22 years ago this morning. I can't let the day go by without recognizing some of the many amazing and skilled people who were helped me get through it.

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Climate Case Study: California Drought (1)

Dr. Ricky Rood, August 22, 2014

Professor, University of Michigan

I can’t help but think of the carnivores finding the easy pickings of the herds collected around the drying water holes at what would become the Agate Fossil Beds. Then, from that, we don’t have to be beardogs. We humans are unique because of our ability to remember, to reason, to develop and to accumulate knowledge; we have the ability to make decisions that influence the future of our environment.

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Five things you need to know before you go smallmouth fishing in NY.

Jim Root, August 18, 2014

Professional Bass Angler

If you're like most people you've probably heard stories of how legendary the smallmouth bass fishing is in NY. From Ontario, Erie, St. Lawrence, Oneida, Champlain, Cayuga, Susquehanna, you can find yourself hooking up with smallmouth in the 5-7+ pound range on every trip if you know what to look for, what to bring, and what to expect. Come unprepared, however, and you will leave with a coldness in your heart as deep as those lakes.

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Approach of the Climatological Fall

Zachary Labe, August 20, 2014

Northeast Weather Analyst

Seasonable weather will continue and finish off the climatological summer.

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Hurricane Relief 2014

Portlight, August 19, 2014

Disaster Relief Organization

Portlight is constantly planning and preparing for the response we will mount when disaster strikes. This season, we hope to deploy a new disaster shelter trailer, which will help us assist shelter operators in making their facilities fully accessible to people with all types of disabilities.

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