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National Weather Service 1h
. is anticipating a relatively active period for severe thunderstorms to close out April and begin May, particularly across the southern Plains including Texas & Oklahoma toward the ArkLaTex region & Ozarks. Find and follow your local NWS office at
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NOAA 21h
For Thursday, 4/25:
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National Weather Service Apr 24
Thunderstorms associated with large hail, wind damage and a tornado threat are expected to develop across parts of south-central and southeast Texas today into western Louisiana tonight.
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National Weather Service Apr 23
TOMORROW (Wednesday): Thunderstorms associated with large hail, wind damage and a tornado threat are expected to develop across parts of southern and southeast Texas into far southwest Louisiana.
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National Weather Service Apr 23
TODAY: Severe thunderstorms capable of producing isolated very large hail and severe gusts are expected across parts of southwest and central Texas this afternoon into early tonight.
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NOAA Apr 23
ICYMI: Science stories to carry you through Earth Week (plus some video, too!)
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NOAA's Ocean Service Apr 23
Thanks to 360-degree photography and virtual reality, you can explore the depths of national marine sanctuaries on your computer or mobile device. Dive in today!
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NOAA Coral Program Apr 22
Do you know your coral etiquette? Check out our tips for protecting :
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NOAA's Ocean Service Apr 22
Protecting our planet starts with you. This Earth Day, check out our infographic for ten simple things you can do to help:
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NOAA Apr 22
Here's a feature that will make you feel good about humanity today ...
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NOAA Apr 22
New easy-to-use intelligent tool from NOAA & maps ‘ocean neighborhoods,’ bringing >100 ocean datasets to your desktop. Explore today at
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NOAA Ocean Today Apr 22
As we celebrate Earth Day, we can’t overlook the largest and wettest part of our planet — the ocean! As you celebrate the Earth today, remember to also celebrate the ocean:
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NOAA Apr 22
We've got 15 great reads for your week -- Our ‘click list’ of cool stories has something for everyone:
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NOAA Satellites Apr 22
Happy that coral reefs are often called the “rainforests of the sea” because they are some of the most biodiverse ecosystems on Earth? Find out how satellites play a pivotal role in monitoring the health of coral reefs:
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NWS Eastern Region Apr 19
Potential for widespread damaging winds and some tornadoes today across parts of the Southeast and Mid Atlantic regions. Tornado Watches have been issued for parts of Georgia, South and North Carolina, and southwestern Virginia.
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NOAA's Ocean Service Apr 19
Before we celebrate Earth Day next week, learn a little about the history of the event:
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NOAA Satellites Apr 19
The morning is off to a stormy start across parts of Alabama, Georgia and the Florida Panhandle, as seen here by . Here, bright orange areas signify colder, taller clouds, which indicate greater convective activity and heavier rainfall. More:
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National Weather Service Apr 19
Severe thunderstorms with considerable potential for producing DAMAGING WIND gusts and a few tornadoes are LIKELY across much of the southern through mid Atlantic Coast region, particularly across the Carolinas into southern/central Virginia, THIS AFTERNOON and EVENING.
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National Weather Service Apr 18
NOAA’s outlook for May through July calls for warmer-than-average temps in the East and West and indicates wet weather is likely across much of the country. Read more as your summer travel planning gets underway:
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NOAA Apr 18
America relies on NOAA every day, from your local forecast to the on your table and many other ways. Learn more at
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