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Josh Morgerman Nov 13
Certainties in this world: 1) Death 2) Taxes 3) Folks flipping out when you tell them the benchmark in their hometown wasn't Cat 5.
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Mike Naran Nov 22
Can not wait to show y’all this new song. It’s heavy and it shreds.
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John Mcguire 🇺🇸 Nov 15
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Energy Department Nov 13
update: ◾Puerto Rico: 47% peak load power restored ◾U.S. Virgin Islands: Power restored to 32% of total customers Read our latest situation report ➜
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Josh Morgerman Nov 20
Super-freaky video of in Yabucoa (close to landfall point) showing *bizarre* changes in wind direction. Seems like mesovortex action—but directional changes keep happening over several minutes. Weird sh*t. & cool. (Thx, .)
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CDC_NCBDDD 1h
DRs: Pregnant women w/ may move from -affected areas. Make sure you know how to care for them.
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Kerri Copello Nov 21
On this date in 1985, Hurricane Kate made landfall in FL Panhandle as a Category 2 - the latest in the calendar year continental US hurricane landfall on record.
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K J Waters Nov 19
4.9 stars out of 5 "Quick, fast pacing. I loved it!"
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James Van Fleet Nov 21
bringing back to for the first time since during the first week of , close to 3 months ago.
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Julia Preston Nov 20
Haiti to end 7/22/19, says, due to "progress by the Haitian govt" recovering from 2010 earthquake. No mention Matthew 10/16: 200,000 homes destroyed.
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BigGator5 🦃 Nov 22
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Amer. Library Assn. Nov 20
Libraries, Friends groups, and other orgs can now adopt a library in , the U.S. Virgin Islands and other locations in the Caribbean.
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Beth Carpenter Nov 14
WOW. Modeled aeorosols (smoke, dust, salts) from the 2017 season. AMAZING video depicting all of it! A few things to pick out: Hurricane Ophelia picking up smoke from Portugal wildfires Vast dust plumes from Africa Hurricanes picking up salt in the Caribbean...& more!
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Josh Morgerman Nov 16
I see speculation Re: being Cat 5 in . Recon data, surface data, & radar/satellite imagery do not support this rumor. But that's not to diminish it: the current estimated landfall intensity (135 knots) makes it 5th strongest in U.S. history.
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Daniel Gibbs 2h
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ThePitBoss Nov 14
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Paper4College Nov 15
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Amyra Dastur Nov 16
"Never for Remember that sometimes the stills, before the onset of a ..."- . . #2017 🚀
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EGU Nov 23
A rare Mediterranean is to blame for in Greece last week. Via
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José M. García Nov 20
Got response from person that filmed crazy Yabucoa footage: Video taken @ 7:29am. Downwind from building, could be exactly what mentioned about vortex shedding (see my poor schematic). Also, this happened during the outer eyewall backside.
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