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Dr. Athena Masson - Weather Goddess
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Dr. Athena Masson - Weather Goddess 3h
Happy first day of Fall 🍁 If you think it has been a warm start to the season, you are not alone. NOAA’s fall 2019 outlook calls for above-average temperatures across the entire Lower 48 and Alaska.
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Dr. Athena Masson - Weather Goddess 19h
Look to the north and you may see some towering cumulonimbus clouds this evening. Storms starting to pop across the . Severe threat is minimal tonight but remember: when thunder roars, head indoors. These storms are moving NNE at about 15-20 mph.
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Dr. Athena Masson - Weather Goddess Sep 18
Category 3 Hurricane Humberto located just to the west of . The island is under a Hurricane Warning with coastal flooding, storm surge, and hurricane force winds expected to increase overnight Wednesday into Thursday.
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Philip Klotzbach Sep 18
has formed in the central tropical Atlantic - the 10th named storm of the 2019 Atlantic season to date. The average (1981-2010 climatology) date of the 10th named storm formation in the Atlantic is October 9.
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Dr. Athena Masson - Weather Goddess Sep 17
Tropical Storm Imelda has formed and made landfall near Freeport, TX. This is a slow moving storm and will track inland over the next few days. Flash flooding and heavy rains will be the main threat.
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Dr. Athena Masson - Weather Goddess Sep 14
San Angelo has gone 93 consecutive days with temperatures at 90 degrees or higher. This breaks the previous record of 88 consecutive days in 2011.
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Philip Klotzbach Sep 13
Tropical Storm has formed in the western Atlantic - the 8th named storm of the 2019 Atlantic season to date. The average (1981-2010 climatology) date of the 8th Atlantic named storm formation is September 20.
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Dr. Athena Masson - Weather Goddess Sep 13
Tropical Depression Nine has formed near the . Warnings are up for portions of the northern Bahamas, the same areas impacted by Dorian a couple weeks ago. Storm Watch now up for parts of east .
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Philip Klotzbach Sep 11
Through September 11, the 2019 Atlantic season has been near average for most parameters. It has been somewhat above-normal for major (Category 3+) hurricane days but below normal for hurricanes to date.
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WeatherTAP Sep 12
The disturbance in the Bahamas is looking rather robust on water vapor imagery this morning. The NHC now gives this system an 80% chance of development. Where it goes from here is the BIG question now. Stay tuned!
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Stu Ostro Sep 7
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Jonathan Erdman Sep 7
The most jarring photo I saw during . Homes in Marsh Harbour, , swept away, leaving only empty slabs. Something you also see in an EF5 tornado. (Photo credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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CBC Nova Scotia Sep 7
The bad weather is causing major damage throughout , including a crane collapse in Halifax.
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Austin MacDonald Sep 7
7:47PM ADT: The calm center of currently over Halifax Metro. Daylight fading but blue sky visible in some areas. Winds will pick up to Tropical Storm / Hurricane force shortly. Stay inside and off the roads! FOLLOW@ECCC_CHC
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Dr. Athena Masson - Weather Goddess Sep 7
Still in the process of undergoing extratropical transition. is HUGE. Winds have increase once again to 100 mph, making it a Cat 2 storm as it approaches Nova Scotia. Hurricane Warnings are up for the province as well as Newfoundland.
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Dr. Athena Masson - Weather Goddess Sep 6
Watches & warnings extended. Tropical Storm Warning for parts of Cape Cod, Massachusetts and NE Maine. is now the next stop for . likely to see a direct impact as a Category 1 hurricane. A Tropical Storm watch for western .
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Philip Klotzbach Sep 5
is now in 7th place for Accumulated Cyclone Energy generated by a forming during August in the satellite era (since 1966). It is likely to climb into the top 5 for August by tomorrow at this time.
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Dr. Rick Knabb Sep 4
There is no need to cancel any planned trips you may have to any islands in the Bahamas that were not impacted by . Grand Bahama and The Abacos were devastated and need help, but otherwise, cancellation of trips to the rest of the country will further hurt their economy.
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Stu Ostro Sep 5
Along with 's other hazards, it has been a producer this morning in & with lots of rotation on radar in the outer bands
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Philip Klotzbach Sep 5
remains a Category 3 with maximum winds of 115 mph. Since 1950, 4 major have made landfall in the Carolinas: Hazel (1954) - Cat. 4 - SC/NC border Gracie (1959) - Cat. 4 - SC Hugo (1989) - Cat. 4 - SC Fran (1996) - Cat. 3 - NC
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