Monthly Archives: October 2022

Thunderstorms and heavy rain leave some Tasmanians in floods

[ad_1] Hobartians mop up this morning after thunderstorms that brought heavy rain and hail to the Tasmanian capital and parts of the southeastern part of the state. Last night, Hobart fell 15.4 millimeters of rain in just half an hour, said the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). State Emergency Services (SES) …

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NMI HOLDINGS, INC. – 10-Q – Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations – InsuranceNewsNet

NMI HOLDINGS, INC.  – 10-Q – Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations – InsuranceNewsNet

The following analysis should be read in conjunction with our unaudited condensed consolidated financial statements and the notes thereto included in this report and our audited financial statements, notes thereto and "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations" included in our 2021 10-K, for a more …

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Altura Thunderstorm City 20 bike bag review

[ad_1] Altura Thunderstorm City 20 pannier offers The Altura Thunderstorm City 20 bike bag has quickly become my favorite bag for shopping, running errands and commuting. In terms of opening and closing, it’s the easiest and fastest bike bag I know. The roll top is attached with a hook attached …

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Thunderstorms, flooding, destructive winds in NJ forecast

Thunderstorms, flooding, destructive winds in NJ forecast

NEW JERSEY — A sunny summer Wednesday in New Jersey is expected to turn sour into evening with thunderstorms, heavy rain, high winds and flash flooding. Wednesday should be mostly dry with highs in the mid-80s, with a few isolated showers possible near the Jersey shore, the National Weather Service …

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USAFE integrates with Arctic fighters during exercise Baltic Operations > Air Force > Article Display

USAFE integrates with Arctic fighters during exercise Baltic Operations > Air Force > Article Display

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany (AFNS) — Exercise Baltic Operations 2022, referred to as BALTOPS, is US-European Commandfrom 5th to 17th June 2018 the most important annual exercise with a maritime focus in the Baltic Sea region. The exercise provides a unique training opportunity to strengthen combined responsiveness, which is critical …

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Removing damaged boats is costly and can take several months

Removing damaged boats is costly and can take several months

Heather O’Brien’s phone hasn’t stopped ringing in the two weeks since Hurricane Ian. O’Brien, who has owned the Fort Myers Sea Tow franchise with husband Captain Pat O’Brien since 1996, has responded to “hundreds” of times boats have been sunk, shifted or had to be salvaged due to the storm. …

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How a typhoon on the other side of the world will affect Jax

A Category 4 storm south of Japan will affect the weather for the First Coast and the entire southeastern US. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – When looking at long-term forecasts, weather forecasters not only look at what’s happening locally, they also need to look at what’s happening around the world. Similar to …

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UK taxpayer clinging to billions lost on Covid business loans

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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Meteorologists take a second look at the hurricane record

Christopher Landsee. (Photo submitted) This is the first of two stories about the Hurricane Reanalysis Project. The Virgin Islands are well versed in the “hunkers down” discipline of oncoming and passing storms, and you might be surprised to learn how many hurricanes have officially been listed for the territory over …

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Heatwave: Thunderstorms possible on Sunday, 5th Flex Alert

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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COLUMN: Conventional wisdom is wrong about student debt | Jimmy Sengenberger | Denver Gazette

COLUMN: Conventional wisdom is wrong about student debt |  Jimmy Sengenberger |  Denver Gazette

Joe Biden is flirting with a very big mistake. If the President unilaterally cancels $10,000 of student loan debt per borrower, the explosive student debt crisis will worsen – all under the guise of “doing something.” Do not mistake yourself. With $1.8 trillion in outstanding student loans, we have certainly …

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How it affects hurricane season

AUSTIN (KXAN) – The mid-April El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) forecast continues to paint a bleak picture of when our current La Niña phase will come to an end. The official CPC/IRI forecast puts the probability of La Niña surviving through the summer (June-August) at 59% with a 50-55% chance of …

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Rain and storms across the land of ATHENS 9.84

[ad_1] Cloudy with rain and a few thunderstorms. The effects will be strong in places on the islands of the eastern Aegean and the Dodecanese, temporarily in the southern Ionian Sea, the Peloponnese, Crete, central, eastern Macedonia and Thrace, and probably early in the morning in Attica and southern Evia. …

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Events commemorate Hurricane Agnes | news

Events commemorate Hurricane Agnes |  news

LEWISBURG — Two events held Saturday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Hurricane Agnes brought back many memories for those affected by the valley’s subsequent flooding. A special luncheon at the Bull Run Tap House was followed by the sold out screening of the first 30 minutes of WVIA’s new …

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According to meteorologists, above-average rainfall is expected

After a summer of record-breaking heat and bone-dry conditions, West Washington is receiving its first cooler autumn weather report this week with an upcoming cold front. And residents should be prepared for more rain than usual this winter, according to meteorologists. Experts from the National Weather Service (NWS) in Seattle …

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What role did climate play in a two-week series of hurricanes?

What role did climate play in a two-week series of hurricanes?

Hurricane Ian Gaining Strength Over Caribbean Sea (NOAA) Published 03.10.2022 23:54 by Mathew Barlow and Suzana J Camargo When Hurricane Ian struck Florida, it was one of the most powerful United States hurricanes on record, and it followed a two-week series of massive, devastating storms around the world. A few …

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Disturbances in the Atlantic now have an 80% chance of developing

Disturbances in the Atlantic now have an 80% chance of developing

through: Athena MorrisNextstar Media Wire Posted: Oct 4, 2022 / 1:57 pm CDT Updated: Oct 4, 2022 / 1:57 pm CDT TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – One in two Atlantic disturbances now has an 80 percent chance of becoming a tropical depression sometime in the next 48 hours, the National Hurricane …

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Costco Ends Mortgage Program Membership Benefit

Costco Ends Mortgage Program Membership Benefit

Costco no longer offers a mortgage program to its members. According to the wholesaler, the changes went into effect on Sunday, May 1. “Members with questions regarding their current mortgage application and loan should contact the lender they worked with,” the company said. wroteby adding a list of lenders and …

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FIRST ALERT ISSUED | The latest from WRDW/WAGT Meteorologist Mikel Hannah-Harding

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) — Check out our latest Facebook Live update for WINTER STORM ADVICE applying to Aiken, Columbia, Edgefield, Lincoln, McCormick, McDuffie, Richmond, Saluda, Taliaferro and Wilkes Counties: Partly to mostly cloudy skies through tonight. Temperatures will drop into the 30s early Saturday. Saturday morning lows will fall in …

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How to prepare for the restart of student loan repayments

How to prepare for the restart of student loan repayments

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. Student loan …

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Duterte will be visiting the Odette affected areas again to review the government’s efforts to provide relief

[ad_1] Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 5th) – President Rodrigo Duterte said he will visit areas badly hit by Typhoon Odette later this month to check that government agencies have followed his instructions for assistance and rehabilitation. “Gusto ko tignan, what was the progress of our government intervention there. Bibistahin …

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Dengue cases piling up in Super Typhoon Odette-hit areas alarm civil society groups – Philippines

Dengue cases piling up in Super Typhoon Odette-hit areas alarm civil society groups – Philippines

Humanitarian organizations Monday asked for more help for survivors of Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) amid a surge in dengue infections in typhoon-hit areas. “We hope that the newly elected Chief Executives can continue their efforts to help homes and communities impacted by Super Typhoon Odette as there is still …

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Severe thunderstorms leave 105,000 without power across Michigan

Severe thunderstorms leave 105,000 without power across Michigan

Severe thunderstorms have left more than 105,000 customers across Michigan without power, the National Weather Service said. More rain is possible tonight, they said. DTE Energy’s website showed more than 25,000 outages as of 8 p.m. with large clusters near Dexter, Livonia, Milford, Sterling Heights, Lake Orion, Birch Run, Lapeer …

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Probable XIs, game prediction, weather forecast, field report and live streaming details

[ad_1] Hobart Hurricanes Women face Melbourne Renegades Women in the Women’s Big Bash League’s 49th game in 2021. Harrup Park in Mackay will host this exciting competition. Hobart Hurricanes languish at the bottom of the scoreboard. They suffered a heavy loss to the Adelaide Strikers in their last game. After …

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Cold breeze, light rain in Luzon this weekend due to “Amihan” – Manila Bulletin

[ad_1] (SCREENGRAB FROM PAGASA YOUTUBE CHANNEL) The northeast monsoon, known locally as “amihan”, will bring slightly colder weather with light rainfall over most of Luzon this weekend, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) announced on Saturday, December 4th. Cloudy skies with light monsoon rains may prevail over …

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80% chance of thunderstorms in the Washington DC area – NBC4 Washington

80% chance of thunderstorms in the Washington DC area – NBC4 Washington

There is an 80% chance of thunderstorms on Tuesday as the Washington, DC area experiences its seventh straight day of temperatures exceeding 90C. Thunderstorms are expected to move east into the Interstate 81 corridor around 2:00 p.m. Storm Team4 radar shows a series of storms moving over the Dulles International …

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Heavy rains and floods affect over 3.75 million people in southern China

Heavy rains and floods affect over 3.75 million people in southern China

More than 3.75 million residents have been affected by heavy downpours and flooding in south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, local authorities said. Guangxi has experienced six heavy rains during this year’s flood season, with the average rainfall standing at 490.8 mm — 1.6 times the same period in previous …

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Backup and Recovery in Data Protection: Ensuring Data and Information Security

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In today’s digital age, data has become the lifeblood of organizations across various industries. From sensitive customer information to critical business processes, ensuring the security and integrity of data is paramount. However, with the ever-increasing vulnerability and complexity of cyber threats, it has become imperative for organizations to implement robust …

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Bureau of Meteorology Bushfire Warning | Milton Ulladulla Times

News, local news, All of that wet weather doesn’t mean we can be complacent about bush fires, according to the Bureau of Meteorology [BOM]. In line with Tuesday’s La Nia statement, the Bureau of Meteorology’s Summer Outlook shows that eastern Australia is likely to be more humid than average, with …

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Cebu City Mayor revives call for dam project for water supply

Cebu City Mayor revives call for dam project for water supply

CEBU CITY PIO CEBU City Mayor Michael L. Rama reiterates his call for the national government to build a dam behind the city for a reliable and sustainable water supply‘s distributor announced last week a plan to increase prices by 70% starting in July 2023. “This issue brings forth what …

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Iowa will be inundated by thunderstorms on Monday

[ad_1] Iowa will be inundated by thunderstorms on Monday Updated: 1:49 p.m. CDT September 19, 2021 Hide transcript Show transcript BACK IN THE WIN PILLAR, THE CYCLONES AND THIS MESAK TREY FULLBRIGHT ARE VERY HAPPY AS THE SUN RISES OVER THE DOWNTOWN OF THE MOINES THIS MORNING. OH I’M A …

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204 reservists of the NegOcc army were celebrated for the ‘Odette’ relief efforts

PRAISE. Brig. Gen. Inocencio Pasaporte (left), commander of the 303rd Infantry Brigade, pins the military commendation medal to a Philippine Army reservist who contributed to the relief and rescue efforts after Typhoon Odette, during rites in Sipalay City, Negros Occidental Sunday. “We recognize their efforts and commitment in assisting the …

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New surveillance system to predict thunderstorm asthma

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

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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Tomorrow.io will enlarge the meteorological constellation through the SPAC agreement

SPAC began trading on Nasdaq as a letterbox company in March and raised $ 345 million from investors in an effort to find a compelling merger target. Regulators and SPAC shareholders have yet to approve the deal, which is valued at $ 1.2 billion by Tomorrow.io, based in Boston. The …

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Severe thunderstorms continue to shake the southern United States

After severe weather hit more than a dozen states in the past week, some of the same areas are threatened with renewed thunderstorms in the first week of April. A dip in the jet stream in the middle of the country beginning late this weekend is expected to sweep a …

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Hurricanes Basketball vs. Notre Dame

Watch live updates and discuss the game between the Miami Hurricanes and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Wednesday (7:00 p.m. BSFL) at the Watsco Center. WHAT’S AT Stake? Miami (16-5, 8-2 ACC, No. 57 Kenpom) wins against Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech to keep the Hurricanes in first place …

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Thunderstorms, increased fire risk in LA County forecast – NBC Los Angeles

Thunderstorms, increased fire risk in LA County forecast – NBC Los Angeles

The National Weather Service warned Tuesday of possible thunderstorms and gusty winds in parts of Los Angeles County beginning after midnight Tuesday through Wednesday evening. On its Twitter page, the Weather Service warned of an increased risk of fire “through the coming week due to hot, low-humidity conditions.” Noting “the …

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On Wednesday scattered showers and thunderstorms

On Wednesday scattered showers and thunderstorms

Patchy showers and scattered thunderstorms Wednesday morning, some storms may produce wind gusts near 50 mph and hail. The rain is developing along the cold front, which will pass between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Clear skies are expected for a few hours behind the front before further showers and …

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

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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Floating glowing containers arouse curiosity at QIU’s pavilion in Taiwan

Floating glowing containers arouse curiosity at QIU’s pavilion in Taiwan

qiu installs the cube in kaohsiung, taiwan For the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts International Container Art Festival, Quality Innovation United (QIU) Architects have completed The Cube, an ambitious project pavilion which perfectly embodies the Van Buren Supernova festival theme and encourages participants to explore light, stars, hope and a …

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Carolina Hurricanes @ St. Louis Blues: Match Preview

One of the biggest question marks for the St. Louis Blues this season has been Vladimir Tarasenko, who made a trade request during the offseason. The star striker was unhappy with the way his injuries were being managed. The Blues went so far as to leave him unprotected in the …

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Typhoon Inday is slowly moving away from the Philippines

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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Northeast monsoon hits Kerala; IMD issues yellow alert in six counties

Northeast monsoon hits Kerala;  IMD issues yellow alert in six counties

Thiruvananthapuram, October 30: With the northeast monsoon hitting Kerala, the weather bureau has issued yellow alerts in six counties in the state. Heavy rains lashed the district of Ernakulam, bringing traffic to a standstill after the city was inundated with water. The Indian Meteorological Department forecast heavy rains in the …

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AI gives insurers godlike powers, says Sompo boss

AI gives insurers godlike powers, says Sompo boss

Artificial intelligence and cutting-edge data analysis software mean insurers can now make predictions about the weather, natural disasters and senile dementia that previously “only God knew,” according to the president of one of Japan’s largest insurance companies. The bold claim from Mikio Okumura, head of Sompo Holdings, comes as the …

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Micronesian countries urge Taiwan’s commitment to the UN

[ad_1] Leaders from several nations in the Pacific Islands have advised the United Nations General Assembly that Taiwan should be able to participate fully in the United Nations and the World Health Organization. China continues to oppose Taiwan’s commitment as an equal partner to the United Nations or WHO, but …

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Southeast Queensland faces thunderstorms and flood chaos as storms move north from NSW

[ad_1] Rescue teams save nine people, including a newborn baby, from rising tides as wild weather wreaks havoc on Australia’s east coast and even more severe thunderstorm warnings are issued Flood in the eastern states moved north to endanger parts of southeast Queensland In some areas, it rained for a …

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DEP cleanup lifts 56 tons of hurricane debris from Biscayne Bay spoil islands

DEP cleanup lifts 56 tons of hurricane debris from Biscayne Bay spoil islands

Fifty six tons. That’s roughly the weight of 40 cars, 13 fully grown hippopotamus and one-third the mass of the Statue of Liberty (not counting its base). It’s also the total weight of hurricane debris the Florida Department of Environmental Protection recently removed from spoil islands in Biscayne Bay. Over …

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James Blackwell scores 50 games for the Hurricanes » superrugby.co.nz

Taking on the unknown factor that the Blues represent for missing their first game would not be a disadvantage for the Hurricanes in their DHL Super Rugby Pacific game on Saturday at Forsyth Barr Stadium. Lock James Blackwell, who will be playing his 50th game for the Hurricanes, said he …

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Data Transformation: Streamlining Data Processing in the Context of Data and Information

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Data transformation plays a pivotal role in streamlining data processing, particularly within the context of managing vast amounts of data and information. This article aims to explore the significance of data transformation as a means to optimize and enhance data processing efficiency. By examining real-world examples and hypothetical scenarios, we …

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11 banks weighed down by the shortfall of Tk 27,918cr

[ad_1] Eleven banks faced a capital shortfall of Tk 27,918 crore in September, revealing their fragile health. The banks are Bangladesh Krishi, Sonali, Agrani, BASIC, Janata, Rupali, Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan, ICB Islamic, Bangladesh Commerce, Padma and AB Bank. For all the latest news, follow the Daily Star’s Google News channel. …

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

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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