Monthly Archives: September 2022

New surveillance system to predict thunderstorm asthma

A world-class asthma surveillance, thunderstorm forecast and warning system is being rolled out by the State Government to ensure Victorians, like those in Melton and Moorabool, are informed of high-risk events this pollen season. Health Secretary Mary-Anne Thomas announced on September 29 that the asthma risk prediction system for epidemic …

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Typhoon damage to agriculture reached 3 billion pesos, the death toll 12

Agricultural damage caused by Super Typhoon Karding has reached nearly 3 billion pesos, the Department of Agriculture (DA) said on Friday, as the Bulacan governor suspended mining and quarrying activities in the province after flash floods killed five local rescuers at the height had of the storm. The death toll …

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Student Loan Repayment: Don’t Fall For These Scams

The federal government is moving at the pace of cold molasses, so you shouldn’t be surprised that the US Department of Education has yet to reveal how to apply for the student debt relief promised in August. But you still need to be patient because anyone offering to help you …

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Hurricane Ian is forecasters’ “nightmare storm” for Houston

As Florida falls under the spell of Tropical Storm Ian’s devastation, the same type of storm could devastate Houston, potentially with no hope of ever fully recovering. It’s predictable that an Ian-style storm could hit Houston in an ill-fated hurricane season and change the city forever. IANS IMPACT: Ian floods …

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Heavy rain, thunderstorms lash Vijayawada – The New Indian Express

Through Express Message Service VIJAYAWADA: Heavy rain accompanied by thunderstorms lashed Vijayawada Wednesday afternoon. The rain started around 12 p.m. and lasted two hours. Several low-lying areas of the city and major streets were flooded. Commuters, especially cyclists, have had a hard time. The Wynchipet area in One-Town was flooded …

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What is Cash Refinance? The ins and outs of how it works

If you’re a homeowner in need of cash, a cash-out refinance is one option worth exploring. These mortgages turn the equity in your home – or the part of the house you actually own – into cash. You can then use these funds to cover home repairs, pay off debt, …

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The meteorologist’s sister, who lives in Florida, talks about preparing for Hurricane Ian

ROCHESTER, NY – Uncertainty and fear continue to mount for people in central Florida as the powerful hurricane heads toward the country. News10NBC spoke to a person with ties to Rochester about the concerns she has as she prepares for the storm. If you’ve experienced a hurricane before, you already …

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The Carolina Hurricanes begin the preseason tonight at PNC Arena :: WRALSportsFan.com

By Robert Furges, WRAL employee Raleigh, NC – The Carolina Hurricanes begin their preseason Tuesday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning. We’ll provide an overview of the Hurricanes’ preseason schedule and chart against each team in past preseason encounters. The teams the Hurricanes will play in their preseason are Buffalo, …

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Showers, thunderstorms pass over Mass.

Video: Showers, thunderstorms move over Massachusetts Updated: 7:49 p.m. EDT, September 26, 2022 Hide Transcript View Transcript IT HAS FORMED INTO A BEAUTIFUL AFTERNOON AFTER SOME MORNING CLOUDS. BUT LET US FOCUS ON THIS EVENING WHILE WE PROGRESS IN THE NEXT HOUR. SO YOU WILL SEE THE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS …

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Strong typhoon prompts evacuations in northern Philippines

Manila, Philippines — A powerful typhoon shifted and abruptly gained strength on Sunday as it swept closer to the northeastern Philippines, prompting evacuations from high-risk villages and the capital that could be swept aside by the storm, officials said. Typhoon Noru swirled about 115 kilometers (71 miles) east of the …

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SUNY Oswego Meteorology Student Spends Summer Studying Climate – Oswego County Today

OSWEGO – SUNY Oswego Senior Meteorology Major and Mathematics and Astronomy Minor Shaun Laurinaitis spent his summer taking advantage of SUNY Oswego’s extensive internship opportunities, including being a summer fellow at the Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research (CIGLR) under mentor Jia Wang of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric …

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Important for No. 25 Hurricanes to succeed in the air against Blue Raiders

CORAL GABLES, Fla. — The 25th-ranked Hurricanes have relied on their running game for the first three games. A replay against Middle Tennessee on Saturday (3:30 p.m. ACCN) will likely result in a winning result. However, when looking at the bigger picture of the season, …

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Jamaica expects strong winds and thunderstorms this weekend

Jamaicans should brace for increased rainfall, thunderstorms, cloudiness and strong gusty winds this weekend from Saturday afternoon as the island expects Tropical Depression Nine. The newly formed tropical depression prompted the country’s weather service to issue a severe weather alert on Wednesday, followed by a warning for fishermen to evacuate …

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Microsoft Flight Simulator Eurofighter Typhoon gets new screenshots and price details, freeware Boeing 737 gets new trailer; Lanyu Airport released and Kansai updated

news Microsoft Flight Simulator developers are constantly releasing new assets and add-ons for the popular simulation, and today is no exception. Published on September 22, 2022 Giuseppe Nelva home” Not categorized ” Microsoft Flight Simulator Eurofighter Typhoon gets new screenshots and price details, freeware Boeing 737 gets new trailer; Lanyu …

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How to Pay Off Your Veterinary School Loans Faster

Our goal at Credible Operations, Inc., NMLS Number 1681276, hereafter referred to as “Credible”, is to give you the tools and confidence you need to improve your finances. Although we promote the products of our partner lenders who pay us for our services, all opinions are our own. As a …

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A fitting start to autumn: forecaster says low temperatures, frost today could usher in harvest season | news

CADILLAC — Temperatures haven’t really felt autumn-like so far this September, but in an ironic twist, all that is expected to change today — the first day of the autumnal equinox. Accuweather meteorologist Brandon Buckingham said while the summer months were slightly below normal overall — 2.1 below normal in …

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The Leeward Islands prepare for rain, thunderstorms and gusty winds from Tropical Wave

South Windward Islands prepare for thunderstorms and gusty winds as a strong Tropical Wave -Invest 98-L approaches the islands. In St Vincent, SVG Meteorological Services said Wednesday that model guidance suggests that most of the intense activity associated with the system will occur south of SVG from today through tomorrow. …

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Meteorologists see the opportunities presented by climate change, but cringe when they talk about it

CHICAGO — Jim Anderson winced as he said opportunity. He paused at the word as about 20 weather industry professionals sat in folding chairs in front of him. Anderson didn’t want to sound greedy or, worse, cheerful. But climate change, he reiterated, is an opportunity for them, even if they …

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13,000 people braved the typhoon to protest Abe’s state funeral

Opposition lawmakers joined thousands of protesters in Tokyo on September 19 calling on the government to halt the state funeral for assassinated former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. According to organizers, despite the heavy rain and wind from Typhoon No. 14, around 13,000 people gathered at Yoyogi Park in Tokyo’s Shibuya …

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Hurricane Fiona hits the Dominican Republic after shutting off power and causing ‘catastrophic’ damage in Puerto Rico

Hurricane Fiona unleashed more rain on Puerto Rico on Monday, a day later the storm Power and water were cut off on most of the island, and National Guard troops rescued hundreds of people who were stranded. The governor warned it could be days before the lights come back on. …

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Rain in Northern California on Monday, rest of the week

September is often a month of big changes as summer rolls into autumn and this particular September is no different, with occasional rain showers bringing a flash flood watch on nearby burn scars. More weather changes are forecast for Northern California as the workweek begins. “We’re seeing some isolated showers …

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NJPW cancels another Burning Spirit event due to the typhoon

NJPW has canceled a second Burning Spirit Tour event due to Typhoon Nanmadol. As previously reported, the company has canceled today’s event in Beppu, Japan due to the approaching typhoon. Now the company updated the statement to add the cancellation of Monday’s show in Fukuoka: Burning Spirit in Beppu, Fukuoka …

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Cash Advance Apps vs Payday Loans: Which is Better?

(NerdWallet) – If you’re asked to imagine a payday lender, you might think of a storefront in a strip mall with green dollar signs and neon slogans like “everyday payday.” You probably wouldn’t imagine a mobile app that advertises on TikTok and sports a colorful logo. But cash advance apps …

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Odisha is expected to rain heavily this week. Details here | Latest News India

Written by Lingamgunta Nirmitha Rao | Edited by Swati Bhasin India’s Meteorological Department reported on Saturday that heavy to very heavy rain is expected to begin over Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal from September 20. The weather department also said these rains would extend to east-central and east India over …

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Hurricane risk as Tropical Storm Fiona hits Puerto Rico

HAVANA (AP) — Puerto Ricans braced for high winds and extreme rain as Tropical Storm Fiona descended, expecting it to develop into a hurricane before striking the U.S. territory’s southern coast on Sunday afternoon. Forecasters said “historic” amounts of rain were expected to bring landslides and severe flooding, with up …

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Scattered thunderstorms Saturday and Saturday evening

We start our Saturday with wafts of fog. A heavy fog warning is in effect for parts of northern Minnesota and Douglas County in Wisconsin through 10 a.m. Saturday: Heavy fog warning (grey) until Saturday 10 a.m National Weather Service chances of thunderstorms Isolated showers and thunderstorms will linger over …

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Microsoft Flight Simulator Eurofighter Typhoon, Harrier, SeaRey Elite Get New Screenshots; Wroclaw Airport Gets New Trailer; Goodwood published

news Microsoft Flight Simulator developers are constantly releasing new assets and add-ons for the popular simulation, and today is no exception. Published on 09/17/2022 Giuseppe Nelva home” News ” Microsoft Flight Simulator Eurofighter Typhoon, Harrier, SeaRey Elite Get New Screenshots; Wroclaw Airport Gets New Trailer; Goodwood published Microsoft Flight Simulator …

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FirstCash Holdings: counter-cyclical pawnshop business (NASDAQ: FCFS)

Marti157900/iStock Editorial via Getty Images FirstCash Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCFS) has a core pawnbroking business that is countercyclical and can potentially benefit from the current economic downturn. However, investors should keep in mind that the company recently acquired the America First Finance business, which provides Lease-To-Own (“LTO”) retail loans. This …

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Australia weekend weather forecast: NSW, Victoria, Qld, Tasmania are to face rain

Heavy thunderstorms are expected over south-east Australia over the weekend, with some parts at risk of flooding. A deep low-pressure area south of The Bight will push a series of cold fronts and troughs across several states, according to the Bureau of Meteorology. The first front crosses Victoria, NSW and …

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2 years later: Impact of Hurricane Sally on Pensacola

PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) — As of Friday, it will be two years since Hurricane Sally made landfall in Baldwin County, causing extensive damage and flooding in southern Alabama and northwest Florida. Sally was a slow-moving Category 2 hurricane that made landfall just before 5 a.m. on September 16, 2020. The …

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Thunderstorms weaken, move out to sea for east coast after heavy warning of hail greater than 20mm

Earlier this evening, MetService issued an urgent severe thunderstorm warning for parts of the east coast of the North Island. Photo / Getty Images. MetService issued an urgent severe thunderstorm warning for parts of the east coast of the North Island this evening, forecast to bring hail potentially in excess …

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Cities in Jiangsu suspend classes after the strongest Typhoon Muifa makes landfall twice in neighboring Zhejiang, Shanghai

A sanitation worker removes fallen leaves on a street in Nantong city, east China’s Jiangsu Province, hit by Typhoon Muifa on September 15, 2022. Photo: IC Several cities in east China’s Jiangsu Province suspended school and training classes on Thursday as Typhoon Muifa slammed into the province early Thursday morning …

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Pandemic and labor shortages keep hurricane victims in limbo

RALEIGH, NC (AP) — Nearly six years after Thad Artis was forced from his home in Goldsboro, North Carolina by flood damage from Hurricane Matthew, he has still not been moved to permanent housing. The 68-year-old, who has lived alone in a motel for the past two years and has …

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Thunderstorms are wreaking havoc on Rehoboth Beach communities, and residents are thankful for the safety

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. – Early morning storms with winds reaching 70 MPH hit Rehoboth Beach on Tuesday. Several neighbors were woken up worried, with no power and major damage. “The dog woke us up barking. I looked outside and it was just light, light, light,” said tenant Cathie Lammy. “It …

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National Center for Meteorology warns of fog, motorists warned

Image is for illustration only. golf today, staff reporter The National Center for Meteorology (NCM) has expected weather to be generally fair on Tuesday, with the possibility of easterly cumulus clouds through the afternoon that could be associated with rain. It is also expected to be wet overnight and Wednesday …

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Thunderstorms on Monday could pose a risk of tornadoes; Coastal flooding warning in effect – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore is on a coastal flood warning through Monday morning, the National Weather Service said, with the possibility of strong winds and storms and a risk of a tornado on Monday. Flooding is possible along the coast in Baltimore City and southern Baltimore County through 10 a.m. Monday. According to …

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Typhoon Inday is slowly moving away from the Philippines

Typhoon Inday (Muifa) is 360 kilometers northeast of Itbayat, Batanes, on Sunday afternoon, September 11th MANILA, Philippines — Typhoon Inday (Muifa) moved away from the Philippines at just 10 kilometers per hour (km/h) on Sunday afternoon, September 11. The typhoon was located 360 kilometers northeast of Itbayat, Batanes, in a …

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Hurricanes score twice in last minute, best Hornets 30-21

After trailing 21-14 in the third quarter, the Hurricanes scored 16 unanswered points to beat the Hornets on Friday night. “We took this game like a championship,” said Hartford’s star running back Ezra Mock. “It was our time to win.” The Hurricanes jumped into the driver’s seat thanks to a …

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Heavy rain, thunderstorms likely in Andhra for 5 days, check full IMD forecast

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast thunderstorms and lightning on September 9 in isolated locations on the North Coast of Andhra Pradesh (NCAP) and Yanam on the South Coast of Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema. The weather bureau also said the state will experience severe to very severe falls in …

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forecast revised; Typhoon Sea Warning more likely

UNCERTAINTY: An expert said Tropical Storm Muifa would move northwest and linger in eastern Taiwan, but conditions mean certainty is impossible A sea warning is likely to be issued tomorrow or Monday for Tropical Storm Muifa, which has been strengthening and is likely to develop into a typhoon, the Central …

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Local meteorologists speak at national weather meeting | news

December 10, 2021 is a date we all know well. From 8:54 p.m. to 11:48 p.m., an EF-4 tornado thundered its way from Woodland Hills, Tennessee to west of McDaniels, Kentucky, causing destruction in Cayce, Mayfield, Benton and Princeton and many locations in between, a path measuring 165 miles. There …

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Lady Hurricanes play #18 Rollins College – Americus Times-Recorder to a 0-0 draw

Lady Hurricanes play #18 Rollins College to a 0-0 draw Published 4:36 pm Thursday 8 September 2022 Grace O’Shaughnessy, GSW’s sophomore goaltender, made five saves in the Lady Hurricanes‘ 0-0 draw against 18th-ranked Rollins Collins on the night. Photo by GSW Athletics From personnel reports AMERICUS — After their first …

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Typhoon Muifa is expected to bring rain to Taiwan during the Mid-Autumn Festival

Taipei, Sept 8 (CNA) – A tropical depression in waters east of the Philippines developed into a typhoon around 8 a.m. Thursday with sustained winds of 18 meters per second, according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB). While Typhoon Muifa is expected to bring rain to Taiwan, the CWB said …

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BWE closes $23.9 million FHA 221(d)4 loan to rehabilitate affordable senior housing in Atlanta

Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital LLC (BWE), a national commercial and multifamily mortgage company, today announced the closing of a $23,906,600 Federal Housing Administration 221(d)4 sub-rehabilitation loan to fund the rehabilitation of the Jewish Tower and Zaban Towers, two affordable housing projects for seniors located at 3156 and 3160 Howell …

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Earl becomes a hurricane as Danielle weakens in the Atlantic

MIAMI — The Atlantic was buzzing with activity on Tuesday, with forecasters watching four systems: A tropical wave is expected to enter the Atlantic via West Africa, and a disturbance in the East Atlantic could turn into a tropical depression in the next few days. A battling Hurricane Danielle could …

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SA getting ready for spring storm

A spring wave of heavy rain, strong winds and a possible thunderstorm will roll across the state today, with a Code Blue declaration to provide additional resources to help the homeless. Image: Office for Meteorology The Bureau of Meteorology says a front moving in from the west will bring up …

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More than 80 million people are under flood protection today, from Alabama to Maine | meteorology

Moisture pouring in from the Gulf of Mexico, along with a persistent near-stationary storm system, will cause slow thunderstorm activity and the possibility of flash flooding in 20 U.S. states Monday. “Scattered to numerous flash floods (are) possible earlier this week from southern New England to southern Appalachia,” the Weather …

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UK taxpayer clinging to billions lost on Covid business loans

More than £1billion in taxpayer-funded loans made under the UK government’s Covid ‘bounce-back’ scheme have been identified as potentially fraudulent, official data showed on Monday. UK banks have also claimed or received £3.8billion in public funds to cover defaults under the scheme – a sign of the vast sums that …

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Heatwave: Thunderstorms possible on Sunday, 5th Flex Alert

BREAKING NEWS: A flash flood warning is in place for parts of the San Bernardino County Mountains, including Lake Arrowhead, Running Springs and Rimforest, Sunday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m National Weather Service. ORIGINAL POST: The extended Southern California heatwave continues Sunday with another flex alert and the possibility …

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Typhoon Hinnamnor refills major reservoirs in Taiwan

Taipei, Sept. 4 (CNA) — Typhoon Hinnamnor refilled two major reservoirs in northern Taiwan and raised the water level of the Keelung River, temporarily relieving the water shortage Keelung was facing, according to the Water Resources Agency (WRA) . Given the heavy rainfall brought by the storm, WRA data showed …

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Jackson’s water crisis is another Hurricane Katrina moment

It is a cruel irony that in the same week marking the anniversary of one of the worst disasters in our nation’s history – Hurricane Katrina – another is unfolding in Jackson. About 160,000 people in and around the city — which is 82 percent black — lack running water. …

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Daily Forecast | The latest from First Alert meteorologist Chris Still

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) — Patchy dense fog will persist through about 9 a.m., with temperatures starting in the low to mid 70s on the steamy side. Afternoon highs will reach the mid to upper 80’s with lots of cloud cover and isolated showers and storms. It won’t be an all-day …

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Soaring interest rates prompt ICS Mortgages to take a cautious approach to new loans – The Irish Times

Dilosk, the first lender to enter the Irish mortgage market after a string of exits in the wake of the property crash, has held back – for now, at least – just as new home lending is on track this year to hit highs. levels last seen in 2008. The …

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Thunderstorms likely in Rayalaseema, coastal districts in Andhra Pradesh – The New Indian Express

Through Express Message Service VIJAYAWADA: Thunderstorms accompanied by lightning may occur in remote locations in coastal districts as well as Rayalaseema on Saturday and Sunday. Light to moderate rains lashed several parts of Andhra Pradesh, both coastal and Rayalseema districts from 8:30 am to 10:00 pm. Kollipara Mandal in Guntur …

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The Weather Network – The strongest cyclone of 2022 could soon change Canada’s weather

The world’s strongest tropical cyclone so far this year could have a major impact on Canada’s weather through mid-September. DON’T MISS: Canada’s Monthly Outlook: Summer rolls into September Super Typhoon Hinnamnor grew into a powerful storm as it churned up east of the Philippines this week. The typhoon peaked at …

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Ida in top 10 list for damages

Whatever the future of tropical storms may hold, at least we will never have to experience one again called “Ida”. The World Meteorological Organization has officially removed Ida from lists of tropical storm names that are reused every six years, a distinction that belongs only to the deadliest and most …

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UK Weather: Thunderstorms and downpours as Met Office heavy rain warning

Parts of the UK could be lashed by rain and thunder after the last day of meteorological summer. Forecasters said Thursday would be dry and fine for many but cloud will increase in southern England and Wales with some isolated showers developing into the afternoon. These could be heavy and …

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Prepare for tropical depression, super typhoon, public telecoms ordered – Manila Bulletin

Prepare for tropical depression, super typhoon, public telecoms ordered The National Telecommunications Commission on Wednesday ordered all affected public telecommunications companies to prepare for tropical depression Gardo and super typhoon Hinnamnor. The NTC sent a Memorandum Order No. 05-04-2011 to public telecommunications companies, instructing them to “ensure that there are …

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