Natural Disasters Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Two rescued dogs covered in melted black tar on a BROILING hot roof ...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    'I've never even MET Putin': Wendi Murdoch hits back at rumors she is dating Russian president, denies she had an affair with Tony Blair and opens up about Jerry Hall Two rescued dogs covered in melted black tar on a BROILING hot roof in a heat wave were 'dancing' because their feet were burning The pit bull and the Yorkshire Terrier were found on a boiling hot tar roof in Newark on one of the hottest days of the year with no shade or shelter Two dogs covered in melted black tar were rescued off a roof on one of the hottest day of the year during a heat wave in New Jersey.

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  2. Warm flows prompt "hoot-owl" fishing on Smith and Sun RiversRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KFBB

    Fish Wildlife & Parks has advised anglers on two central-Montana rivers that fishing will close daily from 2 p.m. to midnight, starting Monday, July 25th, until conditions improve. FWP's drought policy provides for angling closures when flows drop below critical levels for fish, when water quality is diminished, or when maximum daily water temperatures reach at least 73 degrees for three consecutive days.

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  3. 10,000 homes evacuated as Southern California fire ragesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | HeraldNet

    Wind-whipped flames raged overnight in the steep, rugged mountains of the Santa Clarita Valley, charring more than 33,000 acres and threatening thousands of homes. The Sand fire, named for Sand Canyon, continued to burn Monday in the hills toward Acton, prompting the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department to order the evacuation of at least 10,000 homes.

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  4. Kagoshima's Sakurajima volcano erupts, spews plume 5,000 meters upRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Japan Times

    The Sakurajima volcano in southwestern Japan had an explosive eruption early Tuesday, spewing volcanic ash 5,000 meters into the sky, the Meteorological Agency said. It is the first eruption projecting to such an altitude since August 2013 for the volcano within kilometers of downtown Kagoshima, a city of 606,000 and major shipping port in southwestern Japan.

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  5. Pro-Sanders demonstrators march in the sweltering heatRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | SavannahNow

    Several hundred Bernie Sanders supporters and other demonstrators marched down Philadelphia's sweltering Broad Street on the opening day of the Democratic convention Monday, chanting "Nominate Sanders or lose in November!" and "Hey, hey, ho, ho, the DNC has got to go!" Destine Madu, a protester from Maplewood, New Jersey, said it doesn't matter if Sanders is calling on his backers to support Hillary Clinton. The protests took shape amid a punishing heat wave, with oppressive humidity and temperatures in the mid-90s, along with the possibility of severe thunderstorms in the evening.

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  6. Experts: Fight fire with fireRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Monterey County Herald

    California's forests could benefit from more fires, according to scientists and state officials tasked with protecting people and property from high-intensity blazes. Gov. Jerry Brown's office recently held the first in what's expected to be a series of private meetings with scientists, conservationists and fire professionals to discuss how to prevent massive blazes in the face of climate change and prolonged drought.

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  7. Orbital View Of California FiresRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Space Ref

    In late July 2016, wildfire burned along Soberanes Creek, Garrapata State Park, and north of Big Sur in Monterey County, California. On July 24, 2016, the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite on the Suomi NPP satellite captured this image of the Soberanes fire.

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  8. Death toll from rains hits 164 in China as fourth official suspended over flood responseRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | South China Morning Post

    The death toll from torrential rain that has battered 10 provinces and 62 cities stood at 164 on Monday, with another 125 people missing, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs. One more official was also suspended for alleged poor flood control measures in Hebei, where the disaster killed at least 130 A people.

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    1 hr ago | CBS 3 Springfield

    Despite warnings, an increasing number of pregnant women from New York City are traveling to Zika-affected areas and then getting tested when they come home, the city's health department says. Despite warnings, an increasing number of pregnant women from New York City are traveling to Zika-affected areas and then getting tested when they come home, the city's health department says.

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  10. Are algae blooms becoming more common?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Christian Science Monitor

    Dense algae blooms, like the ones that clog waterways from Florida to Ohio, could become more common with climate warming, researchers say. Discolored water caused by an algae bloom laps at the Lindon Marina in Utah Lake in Lindon, Utah, July 14. Dense algae blooms, such the ones clogging waterways from Florida to Ohio, could become more common with climate warming, researchers say.

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  11. Shenandoah Valley Group Working to Help Trout Survive Summer HeatRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | NBC29

    Outside temperatures of around 100 degrees means water temperatures in stretches of the South River can heat up around 70 to 80 degrees. Those temperatures send trout searching for cooler water in the shade along the river bank, or down into deep pools.

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  12. Colombia declares much-feared Zika crisis over as infection rate plummetsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Miami Herald

    Colombia on Monday became the first nation in Latin America to declare that the "epidemic" stage of the much-feared Zika virus was over, even as a few hundred new cases emerge each week. In addition, the Ministry of Health said there were far fewer cases than they originally feared last year, when the mosquito-borne illness began sweeping the region and was declared an international health emergency.

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  13. Zika Infection Risks Calculated for Pregnant Women, Olympic AttendeesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    Just weeks before the Olympics are slated to start in the nation at the center of the Zika virus outbreak, researchers have found new evidence about who is likely to contract the disease. Two studies published today help shed light on the virus that the World Health Organization has called a "global health emergency."

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  14. Distant volcanic eruptions foster saguaro cacti baby boomsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Environmental News Network

    One hundred and thirty years ago, the volcano Krakatoa erupted in what is now Indonesia, unleashing a cataclysm locally and years of cool temperatures and rain globally. On the far side of the world, a bumper crop of saguaro cacti were getting their start in life in Arizona's Sonoran Desert.

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  15. Storm Team Monday evening forecastRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WTXL

    A low-pressure disturbance in the northern Gulf is producing scattered, fast-moving rain spots across the north Florida Big Bend, scooting off to the northwest. There's limited opportunity for these storms to gain any serious strength, outside of a few mainly non-severe wind gusts ahead of a downpour.

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  16. Thousands of Los Angeles County residents flee wildfireRead the original story

    1 hr ago | SFGate

    A firefighting army converged Monday on a dangerous wildfire burning in the mountainous northern fringe of Los Angeles County after it exploded in size and forced thousands of people from their homes during the weekend. Nearly 3,000 firefighters were put on the lines after the fire ballooned to more than 51 square miles since Friday, forced expansion of evacuations to 10,000 homes - an estimated 20,000 people - and destroyed at least 18 residences.

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  17. Storm clouds over Philly: Does the DNC's unsettled mood spell doom or democracy?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Salon

    If you couldn't hear the gavel come banging down on the 2016 Democratic National Convention this afternoon, perhaps it was because the sound couldn't penetrate the cloak of anxiety hanging over the City of Brotherly Love. It's already clear that the Democrats will run a more efficient and professional operation here then the Republicans did in Cleveland.

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  18. Jeremy Renner's ex Sonni Pacheco claims actor is almost $50K behind ...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    Communists, environmentalists, Trump haters and Bernie backers - thousands protest as the DNC gets underway in Philadelphia with just one group missing: Hillary Clinton supporters Trump's secret backer? Clinton campaign doubles down on claims Putin's government has links to email hackers who have turned Hillary's coronation into total chaos PIERS MORGAN: If Hillary and her devious DNC disciples stab a good man like Bernie in the back, how can she be trusted with the keys to the White House? FBI move in on Hillary leaks: Agents probe who hacked Democratic emails which brought down biased Wasserman Schultz amid claims Kremlin was behind breach Trump and Pence boldly go where no candidate has gone before: The new 'Make America Great Again' plane was wrapped in STAR TREK artwork just last week Marla Maples praises Trump stepchildren and daughter Tiffany in a gushing Instagram post, days ... (more)

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  19. Air quality advisory issued in Vegas due to California fireRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | White Lake Beacon

    Officials are blaming poor air quality and smoky skies in Las Vegas on wildfires in California, including a massive blaze in the Angeles National Forest just north of Los Angeles. The Clark County Department of Air Quality issued an advisory Monday that remains in effect through Tuesday for potentially elevated levels of ozone and smoke in southern Nevada.

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  20. Beach closes after threat of electrical storm amid heat waveRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | News12.com

    A heat advisory was in effect Monday for the Hudson Valley during the region's first official heat wave of the year. Some residents sought a respite at Oakland Beach to beat the heat, but the chance of electrical storm forced the beach to close.

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