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Jake Carstens 17h
On this day 40 years ago - Hurricane Allen's maximum wind speed reached 190 mph, the Atlantic's strongest on record. Its pressure also dropped to a rare 899 mb. Full list of sub-900 mb Atlantic : Labor Day (1935) Allen (1980) Gilbert (1988) Rita (2005) Wilma (2005)
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Warren County Storm Trackers - WCST 12h
Tracking a Tropical Wave headed into the Caribbean this weekend and early next week. Can't guarantee something will form, but we'll keep you updated.
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Hurricanes Report 14h
Canes Country Podcast: Hurricanes Sweep Rangers, Get Dougie Hamilton Back
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Ken Torres 14h
Expect double the number of hellish this year
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Manny Navarro Jul 31
practicing with masks on as points out.
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Rhonda Hurley 18h
This article about protecting your family from was a must-read for me, considering it’s .
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BobbiStorm Aug 5
Finished my w a link to CSU update. Note power outages from should be a wake up call to prepare for 24 Named storms, 12 , 5 Major. Do we make it to the Greek Alphabet? Next named storm . Please read.
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NOAA Satellites - Public Affairs Aug 6
BREAKING: just updated its 2020 Atlantic Outlook. The forecast calls for a total of 19-25 named storms, with 7-11 becoming . This is the first time NOAA has predicted as many as 25 named storms for a season. More:
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Philip Klotzbach Aug 1
The most active August on record in the Atlantic basin in terms of Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE) was August 1893. The month had 5 named storms and 3 that all became major hurricanes. August 1893 generated a whopping 120 ACE. The average season has 106 ACE.
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Hurricanes Report Aug 4
Hurricanes complete sweep, eliminate Rangers
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Hurricanes Report Jul 29
Aho and Trocheck on exhibition loss
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Atlantic Weather Updates 18h
The is going to be so active that it's gonna "Go Greek" meaning that we will have so many storms that the names will run out and we'll have to move to names like Alpha, Beta, Gamma, etc. We already have more storms this year than we did in 2014.
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Hurricanes Report Aug 5
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victoria federici Jul 31
What next for Florida? @ Miami Beach, Florida
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Jane Feehan Jul 31
Fort Lauderdale and its last direct hurricane hit - the year may surprise you
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Hurricanes Report Aug 6
How the Carolina Hurricanes Swept the New York Rangers
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Hurricanes Report Jul 30
Carolina Hurricanes: Three Takeaways From the Loss To Washington
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Hurricanes Report Jul 31
Carolina Hurricanes: Guaging Seattle’s Expansion Draft
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Hurricanes Report 17h
The Wraparound: Six NHL teams face elimination on Friday
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Hurricanes Report 18h
Edmundson, Gardiner on preparing for the playoffs
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