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  • Two storm systems in Gulf of Mexico have low chance of cyclones : NHC

    (Reuters) - A broad area of low pressure centered over the southeastern Gulf of Mexico west of Fort Myers, Florida, still has 20 percent chance of becoming a cyclone in the next 48 hours, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Friday. "Upper-level...
  • Cooling centers open this weekend in Glendale

    With temperatures expected to top triple digits this weekend, city officials in Glendale are encouraging seniors to stay out of the sun at any of three cooling centers. The National Weather Service predicts a high of 97 on Saturday and 101 on Sunday....
  • Twins face another twin bill

    The Sports Xchange By Brian Hedger, The Sports Xchange Twins face another twin bill CHICAGO -- If anybody knows the feeling of deja vu, it's probably the Minnesota Twins. Just a day after being swept by the Cleveland Indians in a straight doubleheader...
  • Disturbance was no big deal

    Disturbance was no big deal
    That tropical disturbance that was supposed to rough up South Florida? It was no big deal. Other than produce one to three inches of rain this morning - with the heaviest amounts in southern Palm Beach County - the system lacked punch. Better yet,...
  • Sox-Twins game called for rain

    Sox-Twins game called for rain
    The Chicago White Sox postponed Friday's game against the Minnesota Twins because rain was forecast at game time, according to a team statement. A doubleheader was scheduled to begin at 3:10 p.m. on Saturday. The second game is set for 30 minutes...
  • Wildfires char more than 100,000 acres in Northern California

    BERKELEY Calif. (Reuters) - A Northern California wildfire started by a lightning strike a month ago has burned more than 108,000 acres in the drought-stricken state, officials said on Friday. The fire in the Klamath National Forest started when...
  • Sunshine tied to suicide risk: study

    Sunshine tied to suicide risk: study
    Exposure to sunshine over a short period of time may increase the risk of suicide but may also lower the risk over several months, suggests a new study from Austria. People shouldn't avoid the sun based on the study's findings, says its senior author....
  • Annuals will blossom in container gardens if well fed

    Q: The annuals in my three containers are not looking good. They seem stunted, with foliage that has a yellowish appearance. They are not flowering well. Even the bed of annuals in my front yard seems to have the same problem, though not as bad. What...
  • Weather: Showers are soaking Orlando area

    Weather: Showers are soaking Orlando area
    Scattered showers and thunderstorms are moving across Central Florida this afternoon. Wind gusts could get up to 20 mph at times. There's a 20 percent chance of showers this evening. Skies will be partly cloudy as temperatures dip to 75 degrees...
  • Los Angeles issues 'heat alert' as temperatures soar

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Los Angeles health officials on Friday issued a special "heat alert" for this weekend, urging residents to take special precautions with temperatures expected to soar into triple digits across the region. With California already...
  • Temperatures to moderate in coming days

    September opened with six 80-degree days during the first week of the month. The summerlike weather has become a faded memory since temperatures crashed this past Thursday. Three consecutive days with highs in the 50s have brought the area a taste of late...