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  • NWS divides Howard, Baltimore, Harford counties to improve weather warnings

    NWS divides Howard, Baltimore, Harford counties to improve weather warnings
    The National Weather Service is adjusting weather warning boundaries in Howard, Baltimore and Harford counties to reflect geographic differences that can cause wide weather variations. The changes could help reduce false alarms and make advisories...
  • Weather: Flooding in Volusia; more downpours expected across Central FL

    Weather: Flooding in Volusia; more downpours expected across Central FL
    The heavy showers and thunderstorms aren't over just yet, meteorologists say. A flood warning is in effect for Volusia County — where it's been raining since midnight. According to the National Weather Service in Melbourne, Daytona Beach had a...
  • Northwest storm prompts high-surf warning for Central California

    Northwest storm prompts high-surf warning for Central California
    Forecasters are warning of high surf along the Central California coast ahead of a storm system brewing in the Pacific Ocean, with waves expected to reach 13 feet at some beaches. A low-pressure system off the Pacific Northwest is making its way...
  • Tips: Take September to learn about natural disasters, hazards

    Tips: Take September to learn about natural disasters, hazards
    Over the last 30 years, U.S. floods have caused on average $8.2 billion in damages annually. Wildfire suppression costs in the United States have averaged $1.54 billion annually for the last 10 years. Hurricane Sandy caused an estimated $65 billion in...
  • Volunteer Opportunities

    Volunteer Opportunities
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Select a category that interests you. Some organizations require you to register or contact an event coordinator prior to volunteering. Use the contact information provided. -------------------- Working with the elderly...
  • Weather service wants to know how it's doing

    Weather service wants to know how it's doing
    Are you satisfied with National Weather Service forecasts and warnings? Now's your chance to weigh in. The weather service has posted a link to a customer satisfaction survey – atop the National Hurricane Center's website, nhc.noaa.gov – and...
  • Drought has 14 communities on the brink of waterlessness

    Drought has 14 communities on the brink of waterlessness
    Under the blistering Central Valley sun, Filiberta Sanchez and her toddler granddaughter strolled down a Parkwood sidewalk lined with yellow weeds, dying grass and trees more fit for kindling than shade. "It was very pretty here, very pretty," said...
  • Virginia routs Kent State after lethargic first half, though crowd again is low

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — No one need remind anyone associated with Virginia's football program of the latent perils presented by mid-major opponents. In six of the last nine seasons, the Cavaliers have lost to teams from conferences such as the Mid-...
  • Hurricane Marie to generate waves as high as 25 feet

    Hurricane Marie to generate waves as high as 25 feet
    Huge surf produced by Hurricane Marie is expected to batter the Southern California coastline this week, prompting lifeguards to warn end-of-summer beachgoers about potentially dangerous conditions in the ocean. Waves as high as 25 feet could roll...
  • Texas sheriff's deputy missing in Southwest rains, floods

    Heavy rain was making its way through the Southwest Thursday, sparing southern Arizona, but hitting a good portion of New Mexico and Texas with a deep soaking from the remnants of Hurricane Odile.   The storm has led to flooding in the Austin, Texas,...
  • Hampton Roads residents to join People's Climate March

    More than 100 Hampton Roads residents have signed on to head to New York City in the wee hours Sunday to participate in the People's Climate March. They'll join hundreds of others from Virginia and thousands more from around the country — estimates...