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Chris Mooney
Energy and environment writer at , also tweeting at . Views are my own.
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Hurricane Florence, ‘just a Cat 1,’ reveals flaw with Saffir-Simpson scale
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Chris Mooney Sep 19
‘We need help’: N.C. towns plead for dam, levee upgrades after second major flood in two years
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Chris Mooney Sep 18
More methane: Interior eases rules curbing leaks from oil and gas leases on federal land
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Chris Mooney Sep 18
Florence was another 1,000-year rain event. Is this the new normal as the planet warms?
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Chris Mooney Sep 18
Florence floods toxic pits and hog lagoons, threatens water systems and isolates a nuclear power plant. By &
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Chris Mooney Sep 18
Hurricane Florence blows hole in Trump team's case for helping coal and nuclear power, critics say
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Chris Mooney Sep 18
Drone footage shot after Florence shows a massive river in North Carolina. It used to be a highway.
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Chris Mooney Sep 18
More headaches as Florence’s waters overtake toxic pits and hog lagoons
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Chris Mooney Sep 17
Florence aftermath: Rivers are rising in the Carolinas, cresting at record levels
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Chris Mooney Sep 17
Scientists identify four personality types
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Chris Mooney Sep 17
Industry group says hurricanes bolster case for expanding offshore drilling
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Chris Mooney Sep 17
Florence has made Wilmington, N.C., an island cut off from the rest of the world
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Chris Mooney Sep 14
Hurricane Florence forecast: ‘Catastrophic flash flooding’ is the next big threat
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Capital Weather Gang Sep 14
A look at Cat 5 Super Typhoon making landfall in the northern Philippines. Damage may be catastrophic in areas directly hit.
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Chris Mooney Sep 14
Hundreds rescued in town of New Bern as Hurricane Florence batters North Carolina coast
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NOAA's Ocean Service Sep 14
There are record water levels at NOAA’s Wrightsville Beach, NC tide gauge from . Around 11 a.m. today, levels reached 4.11 ft above high tide, breaking a record set by Hurricane Joaquin in 2015 by more than a foot. See water levels here:
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Angela Fritz Sep 14
High resolution model suggesting 50 inches of rain could fall in southeast North Carolina between now and Sunday. This is Harvey.
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Capital Weather Gang Sep 14
Over 20 INCHES of rain in Oriental, North Carolina ALREADY. Florence's peak winds down to 75 mph.
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Chris Mooney Sep 14
Tracking the damage from Hurricane Florence in real time
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Chris Mooney Sep 14
Super Typhoon Mangkhut, 2018′s strongest storm, to slam into Philippines
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