Monthly Archives: February 2023

Hunter Hurricanes frantic start to Australian Water Polo League | Newcastle Herald

sports, local sports, The Hunter Hurricanes men’s and women’s teams will return to the Australian Water Polo League from Wednesday with five games played over as many days. 2020 national league was canceled then last season was not continued due to COVID. The Hurricanes kick off their 2022 campaign against …

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VSG hosts Hurricane Ida fundraiser – The Vanderbilt Hustler

[ad_1] VSG collected long-life groceries, detergents, and masks to aid Louisiana State University students hit by the hurricane. Virginia Georgiev Student contributes to the VSG Hurricane Ida fundraiser, as photographed on September 23, 2021. (Courtesy photo by Virginia Georgiev) From September 20th to 24th, VSG held a fundraiser in support …

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Regina Spektor is grateful for the rabbits and thunderstorms

Over the past two decades, fans of Regina Spektor have come to depend on the indie pop musician for a few things: a mix of whimsical and devastating lyrics; high, penetrating singing; a beautiful piano; the kind of worldbuilding found in a short story or fable; and sense of humor. …

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Isolated thunderstorms on the weekend

[ad_1] Isolated thunderstorms on the weekend Showers and a few thunderstorms are to be expected over the holiday weekend. Labor day looks dry and warm! Updated: 7:30 PM EDT September 3, 2021 Hide transcript Show transcript IT WAS REALLY COOL OUTSIDE. THE EVENT LOCATION WAS DRAWN THE WEATHER, WHAT YOU …

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Miami Hurricanes make two position switches

[ad_1] A six pack of Miami Hurricanes‘ notes on a Monday: â–ª The canes move ahead with two position switches – Keontra Smith to the linebacker of the weak and Amari Carter to the striker – and both make a lot of sense. Smith, the No. 2 striker behind Gilbert …

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Data collection that is important for disaster risk reduction

[ad_1] On December 16, 2021, the super typhoon “Odette” (international name: Rai) hit land as a category 5 typhoon in the Philippines, causing over 400 deaths and an estimated damage of over half a billion dollars to infrastructure and agricultural production. This is hardly an unprecedented disaster for the Philippines. …

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CORRECT and REPLACE Stratton Equities Announces Partnership with Lendsmart to Accelerate Underwriting Process

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Please replace the version dated January 24, 2022 with the following corrected version due to multiple revisions. The updated version reads as follows: STRATTON EQUITIES ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH LENDSMART TO ACCELERATE ITS UNDERWRITING PROCESS Stratton Equities will underwrite loans in advance and reduce loan application processing times using …

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How a hurricane fueled wildfires in the Florida Panhandle

The wildfires that broke out in the Florida Panhandle in early March 2022 were the nightmare fire managers had feared since the day Hurricane Michael flattened millions of trees there in 2018. It may sound strange – hurricanes help fuel wildfires. But Michael’s 160 mph winds left tangles of dead …

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World could see 1.5C rise in next five years: World Meteorological Organization

The world faces a 50 percent chance of warming 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, albeit briefly, by 2026, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said Monday. That doesn’t mean the world would exceed the long-term warming threshold of 1.5°C (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit), which scientists have set as the upper limit …

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Delta 45 Space Launch Meteorologists predict 70% chance of favorable weather for Artemis launch on Monday

home” Delta 45 Space Launch Meteorologists predict 70% chance of favorable weather for Artemis launch on Monday Artemis 1 two-hour launch window opening at 8:33 a.m. local time NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket with the Orion spacecraft aboard is seen on a mobile launch vehicle on Launch Pad 39B …

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Santa Fe boys’ lacrosse outperforms Gainesville behind big third quarter

ALACHUA — Friday night’s boys’ lacrosse matchup between the Gainesville Hurricanes (4-2) and the Santa Fe Raiders (9-4) provided a prime opportunity for both programs. For Santa Fe, it was an opportunity to celebrate their 10 seniors and the legacy the group left in the Raiders’ lacrosse program. Meanwhile, the …

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What are the three stages of thunderstorms?

CENTRAL NEW YORK (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) — We all know what thunderstorms are, although their stages and formation are quite complex, so let’s break them down. Most thunderstorms form in three stages: the cumulus stage when storm clouds form, the mature stage when the storm is fully formed, and the dispersing stage …

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Varieties market size 2022 and analysis until 2029

New Jersey, USA,-The report attempts to offer a high-quality and accurate analysis of the global Varieties market keeping in mind market forecasts, competitive intelligence, and technological risks and advancements among other important issues. Its carefully crafted market intelligence allows market participants to understand the key developments in the global Strain …

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First alert weather forecast for Thursday night – CBS San Francisco

PIX nowHere’s the latest from the KPIX newsroom. (3-3-22) 4 hours ago First alert weather forecast for Thursday nightAfter the showers comes the wind. Chief Meteorologist Paul Heggen has the First Alert forecast for Friday. (3-3-22) 4 hours ago Neighbors at the San Mateo Caltrain station have complained about noise …

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2 MOL operated vessels recognized by the Japan Meteorological Agency for ongoing contributions to weather research and forecasting

[ad_1] Mitsui OSK Lines, Ltd. announced that two MOL-operated companies – LNG carrier Energy Advance and crude oil tanker Kashimasan – have received the Japan Meteorological Agency’s General Director Award for their ongoing efforts to monitor and report marine weather data on the company’s release. Since it is difficult to …

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Central Michigan plays Washington State in the Sun Bowl after Miami was withdrawn due to COVID-19 issues

[ad_1] Central Michigan will travel approximately 300 miles from Tucson to El Paso to play Washington State in the Sun Bowl after Miami was forced to withdraw due to COVID-19 issues. The new matchup marks the first game between these two programs and the CMU’s first appearance in the historic …

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In their own words: Residents, officials talk about the potentially historic heat wave in the Northwest | The Weather Channel – Article by The Weather Channel

[ad_1] The National Weather Service has issued warnings of excessive heat in much of the northwest. Dangerous three-digit highs are forecast for some areas. This excessive heat is expected to continue well into next week. Who better to give us a sense of how the potentially historic heat wave in …

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Monsoon showers and thunderstorms hit San Diego

[ad_1] Source: National Weather Service Above: Lightning strikes in the San Diego Mountains on August 11, 2021 Rain showers and lightning skies over San Diego on Tuesday morning leaves a gray and gloomy day. You’d think these are the perfect conditions for firefighters fighting nearby fires. But Captain John Choi …

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Former meteorologist joins the stormy field of hope for the 17th

The field of candidates for the successor to the US MP Cheri Bustos (D-Moline) is getting denser every day. Former Moline TV meteorologist Eric Sorensen announced on his Facebook page Wednesday morning that he would seek the Democratic nomination for Illinois’ 17th Congressional District. “TIME TO SERVE: Since major weather …

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From the News: Get Ready for Hurricanes, Mauna Loa

From the News: Get Ready for Hurricanes, Mauna Loa | Honolulu Star Advertiser Editorial | Away from the news Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star Advertiser. Have fun with this free story! Yes, it’s Hawaii hurricane season, so all residents really should have a preparedness kit ready, just in case. But …

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Brokers step up in big cash-back home loan debate

[ad_1] As the refinancing market heats up, lenders are naturally trying to gain an edge. In recent months, this has seen the increase in cash back home loan offerings, where customers can get an upfront fee for choosing a lender. Brokers have long complained about such transactions: Many see them …

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DAILY FORECAST | The latest from First Alert meteorologist Mikel Hannah-Harding

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) — We saw mostly sunny skies this afternoon, primarily north of Augusta, with a mix of clouds and sun for the remainder of the CSRA. Highs could reach into the mid/high 60’s and low 70’s in the region. A chilly Saturday night in the shop with overnight …

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Where is KIRO 7 meteorologist Nick Allard?

KIRO 7 is a CBS-affiliated local station serving Seattle and Tacoma, Washington. Nick Allard has been with the station since 2015. 1 Nick Allard is a weather forecaster based in Seattle Where is KIRO 7 meteorologist Nick Allard? Fans of the meteorologist have wondered why Nick Allard wasn’t on screen …

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Weather in Perth: The Bureau of Meteorology warns of storms and heavy rain for the Midwest and Wheatbelt

Up to 25mm of rain drenched Perth in 24 hours – but that’s nothing compared to the massive downpour on the horizon. The Perth Hills have taken their heaviest rain as a cold front passed overnight, with 25.8mm falling in the Bickley lane. The Swan Valley and Pearce in east …

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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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NASA is launching a comprehensive study of unexplained phenomena in the sky

NASA is set to begin a major study of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) and says research is an important part of his work to ensure spacecraft safety Independently reports. The study, expected to take nine months to complete, will examine existing data and determine the best ways to collect data …

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171,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses wasted in Central Visayas

PHARMACY VACCINATION A local health official vaccinates a man at a pharmacy in Cebu City as officials from the national pandemic task force look on in this February 2022 photo. – NESTLE SEMILLA CEBU CITY — At least 170,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines in Central Visayas have been wasted after …

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Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka will remain rainy for the next five days; New edition forecast via BoB | The Weather Channel – Article by The Weather Channel

[ad_1] Here is our current weather forecast for India Nationwide 5-day forecast A well-marked low pressure area lies over the east-central Arabian Sea on Sunday morning. It brings sporadic to widespread rains with sporadic heavy rains and thunderstorms over southern India and isolated rains and thunderstorms over the coasts of …

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TYPE-W vs SCO-W Dream11 Prediction Fantasy Cricket Tips Dream11 Team Playing XI Pitch Report Injury Update- Ireland Women’s ODD

TYPE-W vs SCO-W Dream11 Prediction Fantasy Cricket Tips Dream11 Team Playing XI Pitch Report Injury Update of Ireland Women’s ODD match between Typhoon Women and Scorchers Women. DC vs LSG Dream11 Prediction TYP-W vs SCO-W Ireland Women’s ODD Match 1 Details: The 1St Match of Ireland Women’s ODD will be …

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Sunny today before raining again on Friday

North Texas expects sunny and mild weather today. Afternoon temperatures will hit the 70s today. Winds will pick up from the SE later in the day at a rate of 10 to 20 miles per hour. Cloudiness increases late in the day, especially in the evening. This increase in clouds …

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Graduates Can Save More Money Than Ever As Fixed Student Loan Refinance Rates Hit All-Time High

[ad_1] Fixed student loan refinancing rates set a new record during the week of December 13, meaning borrowers have the ability to lower their monthly payments, pay off loans faster, and save more money. on their university debt. (iStock) Fixed student loan refinancing rates have fallen to a new high, …

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Strong to severe thunderstorms possible in western Wisconsin on Wednesday

EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin (WEAU) — The Chippewa Valley will be threatened by strong to severe thunderstorms Wednesday as a low-pressure system crosses the upper Midwest. The Storm Prediction Center has outlined much of the area at a Level 3 risk for severe weather. Locations within this risk have the highest …

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Isolated afternoon thunderstorm plus tropics tracking

[ad_1] WATCH: Isolated afternoon thunderstorms in the triad plus pursuit of the tropics WATCH: Isolated afternoon thunderstorms in the triad plus pursuit of the tropics Updated: 9:21 AM EDT August 22, 2021 Hide transcript Show transcript CURRENTLY IN THE UPPER0S 6 AND LOW 70’S TODAY HEALTHY AND THE SENSITIVE GROUPS …

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Hurricane forecast improvements 5 years after Hurricane Matthew

[ad_1] SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Hurricane prediction and accuracy has improved significantly since Hurricane Matthew 2016. This is thanks to an upgrade to one of the two main computational predictive models we use to make predictions and forecast cones more accurate. Update forecast models The Global Forecasting System (GFS), also …

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FPREN introduces the new Chief Meteorologist Jeff George

Jeff George has been named the new chief meteorologist for the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network (FPREN). George joins FPREN from KOKH-TV (FOX 25) in Oklahoma City, where he has worked since 2007 and served as Chief for 14 years. After a long-running television career, George comes to FPREN with …

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Officials from the Hungarian National Meteorological Service fired after a poor forecast

Comment on this story comment Two senior officials at Hungary’s National Weather Service (NMS) were fired on Monday after severe storms they had predicted for the capital on the country’s main national holiday failed to materialize and instead moved south. According to reports from the Associated Press, the forecast called …

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Houston Latin Fest, Wands and Wizards are top picks for family fun

Houston Latin Fest at Midtown Park. Photo: Melissa Phillip, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Breakfast with an astronaut Get an insight into the space program from an astronaut’s perspective while enjoying a delicious breakfast served by Wolfgang Puck. After the presentation, participate in a Q&A with the experienced space explorer. …

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LiDAR market size, scope and forecast

New Jersey, United States – That LiDAR Market report is the ultimate tool to help industries, businesses and organizations make informed business growth decisions. With the help of the market tactics and strategies discussed here, it becomes easy for business players to maintain their position in the market. Market research …

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The company says “bubble curtain” can fight hurricanes

[ad_1] CAPE CORAL, Florida – A Norwegian company says it has a way to stop storms from developing in large hurricanes before they hit the coast – but environmental engineers warn that such a system could have unintended consequences. OceanTherm says bubble curtain technology could be a way to limit …

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Poor rain distribution: 5 districts in Delhi report rainfall deficit

Five districts in Delhi have reported under-rainfall so far this monsoon due to poor rain distribution, according to data from the India Meteorological Department. On average, Delhi has experienced a 23 per cent lack of rainfall – with a total of 90.4mm of rainfall compared to a normal of 116.9mm …

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Showers & thunderstorms arrival

[ad_1] 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 …

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