Monthly Archives: July 2021

AccuWeather Introduces Digital Hurricane Tracker

STATE COLLEGE, Pa.—AccuWeather has added the new AccuWeather Hurricane Tracker to the AccuWeather app for iOS and Android and accuweather.com. “We anticipate a more active hurricane season than the normal hurricane season in 2021, and the AccuWeather Hurricane Tracker will provide a significant advantage to our ‘on-the-spot’ users in preparing …

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Typhoon In-fa squeezes LNG supply in China – The Offtake

A round-up of news and comments from NGI’s LNG Insight Typhoon In-fa roamed Japan’s southern islands on Friday before it landed in Zhejiang, China on Sunday or Monday. Bloomberg reported that the gas distributor ENN Group Co. Ltd. had to suspend LNG truck deliveries from its terminal in Zhoushan on …

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Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

SUMMARY – A few isolated showers are already moving this morning, this trend will continue until this afternoon. Temperatures will only make it to peak values ​​in the mid to upper 80s. Decent chance of rain will remain through Friday, but on the weekend we start to dry out a …

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James Benton “JB” Fox, Sr.

James Benton “JB” Fox, Sr.

James Benton “JB” Fox, Sr., 95 of Quinton, died on July 17, 2021. He was born on January 16, 1926 in Alliance. In death he was preceded by his parents Emma and George Fox; Brothers, JR (TX) and Pat (PA); and daughter Toni. He leaves behind his 69-year-old wife, Jane …

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Risk of thunderstorm returns on Sunday

The high pressure in the east of our country built up further west towards Northern California on Saturday and brought hotter temperatures to our region on Saturday afternoon. The ridge will continue to build to the west through Monday and is expected to pull monsoon moisture north into our region …

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How do meteorologists view works of art?

Over the centuries, many artists have been inspired by the surrounding landscape and turned them into vital works that have stood the test of time. From realistic scenes to abstract works, these paintings offer a glimpse into the thoughts of their creators and at the same time serve as unusual …

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Penn State Distinguished Professor of Meteorology, Atmospheric Science dedicates research to tornado formation | Campus news in the university park

Paul Markowski was recently named a distinguished professor of meteorology and atmospheric science for his work at Penn State for the past 20 years. But Markowski has had a passion for weather and tornadoes since primary school. “There was a tornado outbreak in western Pennsylvania on May 31, 1985 when …

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Second storm lap on the way, 2,000 without electricity

Update, 5:32 p.m .: A second round of thunderstorms is moving from southeast Indiana towards Cincinnati and northern Kentucky, according to the National Weather Service. The first storm front hit the region after 2 p.m. with heavy rain and gusts of wind Incoming storms can cause flash floods with heavy …

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Showers & thunderstorms arrival

The rest of the afternoon looks rainy and stormy today. July 14, 2021 11:58 AM Derek Sibley Posted: July 14, 2021 11:58 AM Latest radar observations Latest radar observations from 11:38 a.m. show showers and thunderstorms are beginning to move into western Wisconsin. It seems that heavy rains will be …

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Severe thunderstorm, tornado warning for Dauphin County

A Severe Storm Warning and Tornado Warning has been issued for Dauphin County as a similar warning is expiring for adjacent counties. The most recent storm line includes Dauphin and Cumberland counties, eastern Perry county, northwest Lebanon county, and southwest Schuylkill county, according to the National Weather Service. The tornado …

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Why Fox relies on weather fans

Often ridiculed as a mundane topic of conversation of last resort, the weather has actually been a productive source of entertainment. Natural disasters drive blockbusters with big budgets. Solar energy fuels Lorde’s latest single. Double rainbow produced a lasting meme. But is the weather worthy of an entire streaming service? …

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DIVE REPORT: WATERING THE STORM WITH A METEOROLOGIST

DIVE REPORT: WATERING THE STORM WITH A METEOROLOGIST

This week’s dive report The conditions last week were fantastic! There was amazing visibility with a slight breeze which made the diving experience above and below the surface extremely enjoyable. We had our eyes on Elsa, but didn’t think she was a major threat here in the Upper Keys. So …

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Rainy weather ends, isolated thunderstorms follow

CALGARY – Thursday afternoon is going to be dry under a mixture of sun and clouds. Although the showers have stopped, there is a risk of isolated thunderstorms for central and southern Alberta into the afternoon and evening. Nickel-sized hail and gusts of 70-90 km / h are possible, but …

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“Taal outbreak, floods could affect the response to Covid”

THE Taal volcano eruption and the start of the typhoon season could impact the country’s Covid-19 response efforts, according to the Department of Health (DoH). When natural disasters occur, people seek refuge at evacuation sites, which increases the risk of infection, Health Secretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said Monday during a …

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Miami Hurricanes 2021 Player Preview: DE Zach McCloud

The journey of the Miami Hurricanes sixth year defensive end, Zach McCloud, has been one of ups, downs, twists and turns. As the only member of Miami’s 2016 recruiting class still on the team, McCloud has been involved in a variety of things that many college football players have never …

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Hurricane Elsa now tropical storm

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) – Hurricane Elsa fell back to the strength of a tropical storm as it hurtled towards Haiti and the Dominican Republic on Saturday, but it was still threatening to cause floods and landslides before heading into Cuba and Florida Took visor. The storm was located about 70 …

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WATCH NOW: Meteorologist Suggests Tornado | bride

AccuWeather meteorologist Tom Bedard, kneeling, proposes to meteorologist Raya Maday before a tornado. Tom Bedard and Raya Maday, AccuWeather Monica Danielle AccuWeather Senior Producer Most people planning a marriage proposal want good weather. Not AccuWeather meteorologist Tom Bedard. He was hoping for a tornado. Bedard had meticulously planned the ultimate …

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Tropical storm Elsa forms over the Atlantic

Tropical Storm Elsa, the fifth named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, formed on Thursday and was expected to bring dangerous rains and winds to several Caribbean islands on Friday and weekends. The National Hurricane Center issued a tropical storm warning for St. Vincent and the Grenadines Thursday morning, …

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BIC Alliance members stand ready to help during hurricane season

Special welding and turnarounds (SWAT) has five meters strategically located on the Gulf Coast and the West Coast. SWAT’s large inventory of mechanical tool tags, alky tags, exchanger equipment, and catalytic converter equipment can be shipped for emergency repairs and service or hurricane response. The SWAT team consists of over …

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