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NOAA Satellites Nov 26
is tracking a that hit the yesterday and is now moving toward the and upper . , strong , and will likely disrupt travel in some places. More imagery:
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Xavi Bros Nov 21
polar vortices: hurracanes with 150 meters/s . The hexagon observed last 35 years is a meandering jet: images: Cassini
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NWS St. Louis Nov 26
Heads up: strong tonight. Remember to secure your 🗑️ & ♻️ bins if your normal pickup day is Wednesday.
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Danielle Dozier WPXI Nov 26
After looking at the data, 's could be some of the strongest ever for the day at flight level (300 mb) but also throughout many levels of the atmosphere.
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Poetkisses Nov 13
will the of present bring your lips to mine? I want to crush time's existence till our beats find their breathless rhyme
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CherieTaylorBattiste Nov 13
whatever autumn brings i let dying leaves fall distend branches to weather winter but each spring despite pain of trying to keep it bonsai tight through it all somethings remain forever rings in the tree of my every things
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Joe Vigil Nov 27
Oh no! Windy in Anchorage today!
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Maxime Duprez 1h
: the Horsehead , splendid interstellar dust cloud sculpted by stellar via
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Adva Vilchinski Nov 27
I'm excited like a kid from the Hoping for of change this 😊 so I can watch it for the first time 🤞🤞🤞
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Jonathan Novack Dec 1
High WInd Warning was extended until 7am Monday. If you're traveling on the , look out for dangerous, damaging over 55 mph.
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Sanya Raic Nov 13
Light filters my steps Soon the soil will be nothing But abyss of thoughts Will I dive or fly? Nothing can hold Desire to submit To your esteem Dazed by intrepid intrusion You welcome me Prizing your strength of my soul muted I hitch to your bark You become my tree
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NOAA Satellites Nov 27
recorded an intense that formed off the coast of and Northern on 11/26/2019. Heavy , strong , freezing , & coastal will likely impact travel plans in some areas. Stay safe!
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Lori Graham Nov 15
Intense and gusty will reduce visibilities to near zero at times today. It will be mild to start the day but will drop into the minus teens tonight w wind chills around -20. Watch out for surfaces! ⚠️
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Brian Anderson Nov 26
Oklahoma winds causing many issues, from wild fires to power flashes in the sky due to transformers blowing due to powerlines going down or crossing each other because these winds....
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NOAA Satellites - Public Affairs Nov 16
MORNING UPDATE: NOAA's 🛰️ is watching an intensifying spinning off the coast. expects it to move along the this weekend, bringing the threat of heavy , high , and from to .
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marco petagna Dec 1
-10.3C Tulloch Bridge yesterday morning A lot of places free in the north this morning... influence -7C with hard frost further south... high and light
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Maria Papageorgiou Foroudi Nov 13
Look how those bright young things mock The old man Standing quietly as he does With his two still eyes and Pointy hat Twirling colored skirts dust The sky's face with their Dance And breath of teasing Whisper Songs of sea And sand Art:
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Lori Graham Nov 11
UPDATED: expanded to include w 15-25cm on way & gusty still expecting 15-20cm thru Tuesday morning.
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Met Office Dec 8
Monday is looking like a much better day 4 many as the strong start to ease and we see more in the way of ☀️ Here's the 4-cast 4 more detail ⤵️
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales Dec 9
Extraordinarily thick is combining with high across parts of and the to create potentially hazardous health conditions. The hot weather and gusty are also creating hazardous conditions
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