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June 1 2011 At Least 2 Tornadoes Touchdown in Western Massachusetts & Video

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A tornado has touched down Wednesday June 1 2011 at approximately 4:20 PM in heavily populated western Massachusetts, more specifically, Springield, the third most populous city in the state. The  tornado created widespread damage, local authorities said, as the Northeast braced for a barrage of heavy thunderstorms, hail and accompanied by high winds. An official …

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Record Shattering March Heat Wave Surprises Scientists

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The record shattering March heat wave has come as a surprise even to a majority of scientists. In fact, it’s been so warm in the United States alone this year, especially in March, that national records weren’t just shattered, they were literally baked! Temperatures in the U.S. for the lower 48 states averaged 8.6 degrees …

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Rare January Tornadoes Touch Down in Indiana, Kentucky and Mississippi

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Rare January tornadoes touched down in Mississippi, Indiana and Kentucky on Tuesday, including one that hit a home in Mississippi and injured at least one person, meteorologists reported. In a rare winter event, at least up to this date, rare January tornadoes in Indiana and Kentucky knocked out power lines, downed trees and caused property …

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Spring 2011 Likely to Bring Major Flooding In North Central U.S.

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A large swath of the country is at risk of moderate to major flooding this spring, from northeastern Montana through western Wisconsin following the Mississippi River south to St. Louis, National Weather Service flood experts are forecasting. Today the agency released an initial spring flood outlook for this high risk region and will release a …

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June 1 2011 Tornado Watch & Warnings Issued For Northeastern US

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Tornado Watch Issued For Northeastern US Including New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Southeast Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and regional coastal waters.   A Tornado Watch has been issued in some States and Counties in the United States today. This is because system of strong storms is headed straight for the northeastern United …

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List of Worst Storms of 2010 Painting a Picture for the Future?

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Here are just a few of some of the top worst storms of 2010 ripped from the headlines. Storm To Be Among Worst In 70 Years October 25, 2010 6:03 AM A combination of strong thunderstorms, followed by violent and destructive winds, will make for one of the Midwest’s most dangerous storms in 70 years. …

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Etón American Red Cross ARCFR160R Microlink Self-Powered AM/FM/NOAA Weather Radio with Flashlight, Solar Power and Cell Phone Charger (Red)

Etón American Red Cross ARCFR160R Microlink Self-Powered AM/FM/NOAA Weather Radio with Flashlight, Solar Power and Cell Phone Charger (Red) AM (520-1710 KHz) & FM (87-108MHz) NOAA weatherband & 8211 USB cell phone charger (USB cable not included) 3.5 mm headphone input Dimensions: 5.25& 8221 Accessories: owner& 8217;s manual, warranty card Specifications subject to change Self-Powered …

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Groundhog Day 2012 Punxsutawney Phil Set To Make Winter Prediction

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Groundhog Day 2012 will be here soon and Punxsutawney Phil will leave his burrow at 7:20 February 2nd at Gobblers Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania where he will observe the current weather conditions and look for his shadow, he will then make his weather prediction for the remainder of winter. In addition to the much waited …

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Groundhog Day 2011

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This Groundhog Day 2011 is right around the corner, as in exactly 1 day, February arrives, which means this low echelon holiday is right around the corner for us. Let’s be blunt. When it comes to Groundhog Day, there are two vocal camps, one of which holds this unheralded holiday to be one of the …

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Primary Causes of Climate Variability

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Primary Causes of Climate Variability Due to “global warming” and the so-called “greenhouse effect”, sudden climate changes are experienced in all parts of the world. Climate changes produce a variation in the Earth’s atmosphere that is felt in other parts of the globe like the ice caps and oceans. The Earth is always experiencing climate …

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