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Meteorological Disasters

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  • Hurricane travel advisory for Puerto Rico

     
    Here is an afternoon update for touirists in Puerto Rico or planning a trip from the Puerto Rico Tourism Company: According to the bulletin issued at 1:00 p.m. by the National Weather Service, the following are Hurricane Earl’s coordinates: 19.0 North,....
  • Earl now a "major" hurricane at 120 mph

     
    Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center said today that Hurricane Earl has reached "major" (Cat. 3) hurricane status, with top sustained winds at 120 mph. Further strengthening is expected. UPDATE: Late this afternoon Earl was upgraded again to a...
  • Heat alert and bad air; August exits ugly

     
    Putting concerns about Hurricane Earl aside, Marylanders are looking at a hot and dirty end to the month of August this week. Yesterday's high at BWI-Marshall was 91 degrees, the first 90-plus day in more than a week and the......
  • Hurricane Watch posted for Outer Banks

     
    The National Hurricane Center has posted a Hurricane Watch for North Carolina's Outer Banks, including Pamlico and Albemarle sounds, as powerful Hurricane Earl heads toward the barrier islands.The watch extends from north of Surf City to the Virginia/...
  • Earl's track all about timing

     
    Hurricane Earl (seen in this video from the International Space Station) continues to pull away from the Northern Leeward Islands today, with no slackening of its 135-mph, Cat. 4 winds. What hurricane watchers are focused on now is just where the......
  • Earl brings breezy, showery forecast to Ocean City

     
    Beach-goers should expect cloudy, breezy and showery weather to greet them Friday when they step out for the day in Ocean City. Unless the forecast changes in the coming days, Hurricane Earl is expected to pass well off the resort's beaches.......
  • Forecast keeps Earl offshore

     
    This morning's forecast from the National Hurricane Center continues to keep Hurricane Earl off the mid-Atlantic coast when it arrives there on Friday. None of the forecast computer models bring the storm's center to a direct landfall.There is also some.....
  • Storm photo – Danielle, Earl, and now Fiona

     
    NASA's Image of the Day is this image, taken yesterday by the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite GOES-13 featuring 3 storms over the Atlantic. In the top of the photo is Hurricane Danielle, heading out into the north Atlantic. The largest...
  • Hurricane Watch posted for Md., Del. coast

     
    The National Hurricane Center has posted a Hurricane Watch for the Maryland and Delaware coastal counties. That means hurricane conditions - winds of 74 mph or higher - are possible there within 48 hours.Forecasters have also issued Hurricane Warnings...
  • Nice weather ahead, once Earl departs

     
    Today promises to be the 53rd day this year with highs of 90 degrees or more. And tomorrow we're still likely to tie the all-time record for Baltimore - 54 days, set in 1988.But once this pesky Hurricane Earl goes......
  • Earl weakens slightly, still dangerous

     
    Hurricane Earl, still on track to sweep the U.S. East Coast from North Carolina northward starting Thursday night, was downgraded slightly this morning to a strong Cat. 3 hurricane. Top sustained winds near the center of the storm were still blowing......