Meteorology

Floods in Tennessee and North Carolina after record rain

Some residents were reportedly trapped in their homes with water up to their necks. Hundreds of houses can be uninhabitable The flood destroyed roads, cell towers and telephone lines. NASHVILLE, Tennessee – At least 21 people were dead and dozens went missing Sunday after record-breaking rainfall caused flooding in parts …

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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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AM Meteorologist / Reporter – 41NBC News

We are looking for an aggressive, energetic leader to join the broadcast team at 41NBC / WMGT. The successful candidate will have demonstrated communication skills and scientific competence to ensure relevant, authoritative weather coverage of Central Georgia. The successful candidate will be energetic, personable, and demonstrate superior organizational, presentation, and …

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Texas drought map over 90% free, lake levels up

Until recently, maps detailing drought conditions across Texas were pockmarked with orange and brown tones thanks to years of low rainfall – but that’s no longer the case. National Weather Service forecasters said a mostly blank map “(never) looked this good” Friday after weather officials said Texas was more than …

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A little cooler today

SUMMARY – Quiet to start the morning, it will be cooler today than last week. Afternoon highs will make it into the upper 80s, with the occasional showers and storms in the afternoon hours. Tomorrow it will be more similar but the chances of rain will be more isolated. We’re …

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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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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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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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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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Bureau of Meteorology Issues Warning for Sheep Pastures in North West Slopes & Plains As Cold, Wet, and Windy Conditions Are Predicted | Independent Namoi Valley

News, local news, THE Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has sheep in the North West Slopes & Plains to keep an eye out for endangered lambs before the predicted cold, wet, and windy conditions. Sheep farmers are advised that cold temperatures, rain and showers and northeast winds can be expected from …

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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

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 the …

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Associated Press Digest 5:30 p.m. Marine Le Pen Florida American Weather Police

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More rains to follow – Barbados Today

Barbadians are warned to prepare for more heavy showers over the next 48 hours, even as many try to pick up the pieces from Thursday morning’s “Freak Storm”. However, there is no evidence from experts that the terrifying events of damaged houses, fallen trees and interrupted utilities would repeat themselves …

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

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 collect …

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