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NOAA's Ocean Service Oct 19
Hot off the presses: today we launched a brand new web portal, the National Marine Ecosystem web. It connects you to vast amounts of essential ocean data with consistent, easy-to-view presentations:
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National Weather Service Oct 19
A Tsunami Warning was issued for South Alaska and the Alaska Peninsula following a strong earthquake. Check for the most up to date details.
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National Weather Service Oct 19
Let's start off the week with a reminder that tropical season isn't over yet. TD 27 formed this morning in the Atlantic and is forecast to become a hurricane later this week. It should stay well east of the US, but may track very close to Bermuda.
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NOAA Research Oct 19
Prepping for a natural disaster - like a hurricane or earthquake - may help in more ways than one. According to a new NOAA and survey, nearly a quarter of businesses felt natural disaster planning and preparations helped them address COVID-19.
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NOAA Satellites Oct 16
in 1975, 's first Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite was launched. Designated -1, it returned its first image only 9 days later on Oct. 25, and quickly became an essential tool used by .
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NOAA Climate.gov Oct 16
September 2020 was the hottest September on record for the planet. What years did it beat? Here's the leaderboard: 1⃣ 2020 2⃣ 2015 (tied) 2⃣ 2016 (tied) 4⃣ 2019 5⃣ 2017
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NOAA Fish Southeast Oct 16
Tomorrow is the 4th Annual ! Throughout the day and tomorrow we will be sharing all things sawfish! DID YOU KNOW?! There are 5 species of sawfishes around the world but only 1 is still found within the U.S. All sawfishes are endangered. Photo: Dana Bethea
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NOAA Oct 16
In case you missed this yesterday:
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National Weather Service Oct 15
A sharp cold front sliding through the over the next 2 days will feature a couple of waves of low pressure and likely enhanced precipitation for New England. Here is the forecast amounts over the next 48 hours in the East, ending 8pm ET on Saturday.
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NOAA Satellites Oct 15
For our , 's 'saw' the near Ft. Collins, CO on Oct. 14. The fire, which started in August, has spread to over 256 sq. mi. as of Thursday AM. It is now considered the worst fire in the state's history. More:
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NOAA Oct 15
VIDEO: Here’s what you need to know about our 2020-2021 U.S. released today: (Video also at ) ?
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NOAA Oct 15
What conditions could you expect in your neck of the woods this ? See our maps from NOAA’s : ?
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NOAA Oct 15
Our U.S. 2020-2021 is out this morning: NOAA’s is predicting “warmer, drier conditions across Southern Tier of U.S. and cooler, wetter conditions in North.” More at: ?
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NIDIS Drought.gov Oct 15
10/13: The story next week is much colder weather in the West, particularly from the Northwest to the Upper Midwest. For precip, ’s sees dryness from the WA coast to West TX. East from there looks wet, a welcome change. See
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NIDIS Drought.gov Oct 15
Updated Seasonal Outlook from 's First, improvements: Northeast, Northwest, HI, AK Everywhere else, drought is expected to persist plus develop in all of SoCal and the central/southern Plains, parts of the Midwest...even the Southeast.
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NIDIS Drought.gov Oct 15
10/13: While there were some improvements in the Northeast (and hopefully more coming), most of the USA saw another week filled with degradations in this week’s change map. See
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NIDIS Drought.gov Oct 15
10/13: isn’t just widespread. It’s intense. 39.3% of the USA is in . 14.1% is Extreme or Exceptional Drought (D3-D4) That’s the most drought in the USA since Sept 2013 and the most D3-D4 since April 2013. See
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NOAA Education Oct 14
"Carve” out some time for fun! Our pumpkin carving templates take you on an adventure from satellites in the sky to sea creatures in the deep ocean. Use our templates, tag us in your photo (if you dare!), and you’ll get a special treat from us!
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NOAA Oct 14
The 2020 YTD (Jan. thru Sept.) global land & ocean surface temp was the 2nd warmest on record at 1.84°F (1.02°C) above avg:
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