Hurricane Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Warming trend, chance of strong stormsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WBRZ

    A moderating trend in temperatures is underway. By the end of the week, highs will flirt with 90 degrees.


  2. What a yucky day! Wet, windy, cloudy, and cool across NJRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WKXW-FM Trenton

    The payoff for this unsettled weather comes later in the week, with a big warmup on the way for the Garden State. A coastal storm system will be the culprit for a period of driving rain - one more round of active, wet weather before some big improvements for the second half of the week.


  3. Casket floats to the surface after Georgetown Co. neighborhoods floodedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WXIX-TV Cincinnati

    ... flooded some neighborhoods. Family members say this is the second time this has happened. The first time was when Hurricane Matthew affected the area. At this point the family says they're not sure what it's going to take to get the casket to stay ...


  4. Storm Team Tuesday morning forecastRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTXL

    We'll see an above average trend in temperatures once again after a brief cool-down on Monday. More sun and warmer winds will allow 80s to return to the forecast, with a couple of cold fronts that could influence rain coverage through the weekend.


  5. Two rain systems will bring a total of three to four inches of rain to the region by Sunday.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | WLOX-TV Biloxi

    A tale of two systems: it's this week's forecast for the Gulf Coast region. One system will arrive by midweek, the next over the weekend.


  6. Incoming bishop 'a good fit' to lead Biloxi DioceseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | WLOX-TV Biloxi

    The man who led the Catholic Diocese of Biloxi for seven years, including during its recovery from Hurricane Katrina, said incoming bishop Monsignor Louis Kihneman will do a fine job as leader of the diocese. Archbishop Thomas Rodi said the people of Biloxi are warm and welcoming and proved to be most resilient in the wake of that powerful storm in 2005.


  7. Hurricane Matthew - Georgia Six Month Recovery SnapshotRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 13 | Federal Emergency Management Agency

    In the six months since Hurricane Matthew struck Georgia's coast, disaster survivors and communities received more than $78.2 million in grants from FEMA, settlements from FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program, and low interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. More than 2,000 homeowners and renters in the ten disaster-designated counties received more than $5.1 million through FEMA's Individual Assistance grants for temporary housing assistance and critical disaster-related home repairs.


  8. Heavy rain causes roof collapse at Florence apartments, 42 evacuatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WIS-TV Columbia

    ... long-term shelter. James said that the roofs of several buildings had to repaired from damage that occurred during Hurricane Matthew last October, but the roofs were still in the process of being repaired when a storm brought heavy rain to Florence ...


  9. NASA's Fermi catches gamma-ray flashes from tropical stormsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

    ... (UAH). The team studied 37 TGFs associated with, among other storms, typhoons Nangka (2015) and Bolaven (2012), Hurricane Paula (2010), the 2013 tropical storms Sonia and Emang and Hurricane Manuel, and the disturbance that would later become ...


  10. Building Outside-the-BoxRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Carolina Country Magazine

    ... for provisions in ways he could not have asked or imagined. Before the insulation and drywall could be put up, Hurricane Matthew came. Tradesmen were swamped with too much work and too little time for David's small project. That's when David, his ...


  11. Water, weather, and new worlds: NASA's Cassini mission reveals Saturn's secretsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... polar vortex originally glimpsed by the Voyager mission in 1981. The vortex, a mass of whirling gas much like a hurricane, is larger than the Earth and has top wind speeds of 220 mph. The largest, Titan , is bigger than the planet Mercury. It ...


  12. Oak Island neighbors deal with flooded roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WECT-TV Wilmington

    Donna Michaux, who has lived in the town for more than 20 years, said it usually takes a hurricane to bring inches of water. "I was really surprised today when we just walked down to the beach with my dog that there was deep water here," Michaux said.


  13. Seattle gay mayor hit with sex-with-minor allegationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Blade

    A 46-year-old man on April 4 filed a lawsuit against Seattle's gay mayor, Edward Murray, alleging that when he was 15 in 1986 Murray persuaded him to accept money for sex on multiple occasions, which the man now considers to have been a form of sexual abuse. The lawsuit initially identified the accuser only by the initials D.H. But on April 19 attorneys for the accuser filed a revised version of the lawsuit disclosing his full name - Dalvonn Heckard of Kent County, Wash.


  14. Leta s work across borders to fight mosquito-borne diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Miami Herald

    ... Colombia in peril: Malaria cases reached 83,356 during this period - more than double than 2014. Last November, Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti, and malaria cases reached 21,430 - almost 20 percent more than 2015. This year, El NiA o Costero hit ...


  15. Forestry official: Okefenokee fire could burn for 6 monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Statesboro Herald

    A wildfire that has scorched more than 70 square miles of public lands near the Georgia-Florida state line could burn for the next six months unless heavy rains snuff out the flames sooner, fire officials said Monday. A bolt of lightning sparked the blaze April 6 inside the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.


  16. Why cuts in funding for UN, climate change research imperil fight against malariaRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    ... in peril: malaria cases reached 83,356 during this period - almost twice as many as in 2014. In November 2016 Hurricane Matthew struck Haiti, and malaria cases reached 21,430 - almost 20 percent more than in 2015. This year, El NiA o Costero hit ...


  17. What's in store: NOLA Til Ya DieRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Best of New Orleans

    NOLA Til Ya Die , founded by Kathleen McCall, is a call to arms for those who consider themselves New Orleanians now and forever. McCall was looking for a simple way to explain that she wouldn't be leaving New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.


  18. Two New Plays About Hurricane Katrina Set for 2017 Vanport Mosaic FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    Mike Jones ' HERCULES DIDN'T WADE IN THE WATER begins on a rooftop in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, where two men are stranded after traveling to the city to find work. As the story unfolds we see the personal and systemic forces that have led them to be so far from home as they cling to life, surrounded by murky water, festered with disease and the unknown literally and metaphorically.


  19. Woman leaps from balcony, caught her dogs to escape a massive apartment fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Alabama Live

    ... Gerald or his mother. Kerri said that when Gerald was 10-years-old they lost their home in Chalmette, Louisiana to Hurricane Katrina. "It's his second biggest loss," said Kerri. "I told him you were safe, your dog was safe, that's really what ...


  20. Kill Zone: A reminder about lightning safety with Meteorologist Eric ThomasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WBTV

    It is the second deadliest form of weather in the United States. No one stands outside in a tornado, a hurricane, or a flood, so why do people stand outside during a lightning storm? "I still see people out there on the golf course or just walking around when there's lightning within a mile of them and they don't seem to be bothered by it," said WBTV's Chief Meteorologist Eric Thomas.