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  1. Storm Watch : Winter Storm Diego Slams Southeast, Leaving Record Breaking Snowfall

    Storm Watch : Winter Storm Diego Slams Southeast, Leaving Record Breaking Snowfall Over the weekend, The Carolinas, Virginia, and West Virginia were slammed with record breaking amounts of snowfall as Winter Storm Diego marks its tracks. After leaving behind almost three feet of snow, temperatures began to dip below freezing temperatures leaving for icy roads and treacherous travels.

    On Friday, North Carolina governor Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency as a pre-emptive move as Winter Storm Diego was expected to slam the southeast with blanks of snow over the weekend.

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  2. Nor'Easter Slams East Coast, Marking First Winter Storm of the Holiday Season

    Nor'Easter Slams East Coast, Marking First Winter Storm of the Holiday Season Overnight, a Nor’Easter Winter Storm has slammed the east coast, leaving behind heavy snowfall across the region.

    Areas of Boston, MA have seen up to 6.5” of snowfall in the time span of one night. Reports of power outages across New Jersey and even students snowed into their schools overnight.

    By Saturday morning, the Nor’Easter storm is expected to dissipate as it pushes towards Canadian Maritimes Friday evening. Leaving a glimpse of what this Winter Season has in store.

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  3. Hurricane Michael, Power and Telecommunications Slowly Restored as Florida Continues Disaster Relief Efforts

    Hurricane Michael, Power and Telecommunications Slowly Restored as Florida Continues Disaster Relief Efforts One week later after the events of Hurricane Michael, thousands are left without power and other necessities as the gulf coast begins the process of rebuilding. When Hurricane Michael first made landfall, the hurricane devastated the Gulf Coast, leaving many without power and even some relying on airdrops for their source of supplies.

    According to a NASA situation report, an estimated 2.5 million have been affected by power outages and loss of telecommunications. Only recently has the power and communication systems begun to progress in terms of restoration Read More...
  4. Storm Watch : Gulf Coast Braces for Hurricane Michael to Make Landfall

    Storm Watch : Gulf Coast Braces for Hurricane Michael to Make Landfall Hurricane Michael is set to make landfall in the next few hours. Floridians and residents of the Gulf Coast are making any and all preparations for one of the strongest storms to be recorded this year.

    Hurricane Michael was elevated to a Category 4 Hurricane from its previous Category 1 status. As of 1000 AM CDT, “…(the) core of extremely danger Hurricane Michael closing in on the coast of the Florida Panhandle…”(National Hurricane Center). Michael is expected to create catastrophic wind damage as hurricane-force winds moves onshore later on today. Read More...
  5. Storm Watch : Florida Governor Declares State of Emergency Amidst Impending Hurricane Michael

    Storm Watch : Florida Governor Declares State of Emergency Amidst Impending Hurricane Michael Florida Governor, Rick Scott declared a State of Emergency Monday morning in preparation for Hurricane Michael to make landfall in the Florida Gulf Coast. According to the National Hurricane Center, “Michael is forecast to be a dangerous major hurricane…and (a) life-threatening storm surge is possible along portions of the Florida Gulf.” The committee continues to advise that “Heavy rainfall from Michael could produce life-threating flash flooding from the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend region into portions of the Carolinas through Thursday” (NHS). As a result, prompting the Florida Governor, to issue a State of Emergency. Read More...
  6. Storm Watch : Downpour and Floods Expected From Tropical Storm Rosa

    Storm Watch : Downpour and Floods Expected From Tropical Storm Rosa This Monday morning, Tropical Storm Rosa has entered the area of Mexico’s Baja California, initiating a week of heavy rains and sporadic pockets of flash flooding.

    The National Hurricane Center has issued a tropical storm watch for the areas of Baja California from Bahia de los Angeles to San Felipe.

    Some areas of Southern California and are also being warned of trickling effects of this tropical storm. Read More...
  7. Storm Watch : Mandatory Evacuations Ordered for Carolinas and Virginia

    In the face of an impending Hurricane, Saturday night…government officials of the Carolinas and Virginia have issued a mandatory evacuation for its residents. Governor Henry McMaster of South Carolina in coordination with state and local officials “has lifted the mandatory evacuation order for zones in Beaufort, Colleton, and jasper counties, with the exception of Edisto Beach. The mandatory evacuation executive order remains in effect for all zones in Horry, Georgetown, Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties and for Edisto Beach” (SCETV).

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  8. Storm Watch : Tropical Storm Florence Strengthens into a Category 4 Hurricane

    Storm Watch : Tropical Storm Florence Strengthens into a Category 4 Hurricane A state of emergency has been declared in the states of North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina over the weekend as Tropical Storm Florence strengthens to a Category 4 Hurricane this Monday morning.

    Governors of numerous Southeast states are advising residents to make preparations for the incoming Hurricane.

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  9. Storm Watch : Four Storm Patterns Develop on the Atlantic Coast

    Storm Watch : Four Storm Patterns Develop on the Atlantic Coast As Tropical Storm Gordon begins to subside, four more tropical storm patterns have started to develop on the Atlantic Coast causing concern for Gulf / East Coast residents.

    Tropical Storm Florence is to be followed by two storms that are expected to increase in intensity as the week continues during this Mid-September peak of the 2018 Hurricane Season.

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  10. Storm Watch : Gulf Coast Braces for Tropical Storm Gordon

    Storm Watch : Gulf Coast Braces for Tropical Storm Gordon A Storm Surge Warning has been issued for the regions surrounding the Gulf Coast. Making an expected landfall today, we will see this tropical system develop into the week.

    It will make its way from the coastal area of the Mississippi and North West towards Arkansas within the first three days; finally moving North West towards Illinois during the later stretch of Gordon’s path.

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