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National Weather Service 12h
Never, Never, NEVER leave children, disabled adults or pets in parked, unattended vehicles!
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NWS WPC Jul 19
A heat wave will continue into the weekend across a broad swath of the country from the Plains, to the Midwest, to the East Coast. The combination of heat and humidity may create dangerous conditions. Remember, heat is the leading cause of weather-related deaths in the U.S.
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NOAA Jul 19
Do you know the difference between Heatstroke -- a medical emergency -- and Heat Exhaustion? Here's a guide with downloadable infographics from NOAA's :
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National Weather Service Jul 19
🌡️Here's a look at the highest heat index values across the nation as of 1pm EDT. If you absolutely have to be out in this heat, hydrate and take frequent breaks in the shade.
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NOAA Research Jul 19
It is HOT in much of the U.S. right now. is answering your questions about from 12 - 1 pm EST today. Follow along!
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NWS SPC Jul 19
7/19 7:50 AM CDT: A regional outbreak of severe thunderstorms with strong tornadoes and potentially widespread significant wind damage may occur from central Minnesota across northern Wisconsin during the mid-afternoon to evening. Stay weather aware today.
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National Weather Service Jul 18
NOAA’s latest seasonal outlook predicts above-average temperatures for much of the U.S. through October. Read more:
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 18
SEE: Map of 2019 Global Significant Events from NCEI
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 18
saw its smallest extent on record, 62,000 sq. miles smaller than previous low set in June 2002:
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 18
coverage for was 2nd smallest in 41-year history of observations:
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 18
2019: 43rd June in a row and 414th consecutive month with temperatures above avg.
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 18
2019 overtook previous global June high temperature record set in 2016 by 0.04°F
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NOAA NCEI Climate Jul 18
JUST IN: 2019 was the warmest June on record for globe, says National Centers for Environmental Information. Record dates to 1880.
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National Weather Service Jul 16
A scorching wave will consume about two-thirds of the country mid to late week into the weekend. About a total of 20 to 30 record highs are possible this and , from the Front Range of the south-central Rockies to the East Coast.
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NOAA Climate.gov Jul 17
“The sphere of woman embraces not only the beautiful and the useful, but the true.” Happy 200th birthday to Eunice Foote, hidden climate science pioneer!
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NOAA's Ocean Service Jul 17
NOAA is collecting damage assessment imagery in the aftermath of Hurricane . Check here daily for updated images:
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NWS WPC Jul 16
The heat is on! Millions will endure a heat wave later this week. Warm overnight lows will provide no relief. Extreme heat is dangerous. Please visit for information on how to protect yourself and others. WPC Heat Index maps:
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NOAA Satellites Jul 16
The satellites, launched on 6/25, are sending preliminary data from the tropics/subtropics & monitoring the ionosphere for the effects of . Once operational in 7 months, the data will improve 's & forecasts.
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NOAA Jul 16
Don’t let the sunshine ruin your day. Check NOAA's Index before you head outside: via
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NOAA Jun 28
Do you know the difference between heat stroke -- a medical emergency -- and heat exhaustion? Here's a guide, with downloadable infographics: iva
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