Extreme Weather

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Mayor Luigi Brugnaro declared a state of emergency after the city was hit by its highest tide in 50 years.
U.S. News
More than 150,000 people were without power early Monday as fierce winds and "half dollar size hail" swept through the region.
World News
Hagibis was the worst storm to hit the country in decades, with some regions getting up to 3 feet of rain in just 24 hours.
World News
As many as 36 people are dead from the storm, which caused serious damage in central and northern Japan.
Environment
Residents of this island of 50,000 people have met total devastation with strength and resilience.
Environment
The slow-moving storm narrowly missed the country, where recovery efforts from Hurricane Dorian are just beginning.
Environment
At least four deaths in the Southeast were blamed on the storm.
Science
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has already declared a state of emergency throughout the state to give officials and residents time to prepare.
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Along Florida’s east coast, local governments began distributing sandbags and shoppers rushed to stock up on emergency supplies.
Food & Drink
It takes more than 1,500 gallons of water to make a chocolate bar. Consider limiting your consumption of these foods as part of a water-wise diet.
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Many places facing excessive heat this weekend have no air conditioning, with cities opening shelters for people to cool off.
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More than 100 local heat records are expected to fall Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
Environment
Tropical Storm Barry is forecast to hit the city unusually early in the hurricane season, just as the Mississippi River is reaching abnormally high levels.
U.S. News
Federal authorities and social scientists struggle to create effective messages to inform and compel people to take action.
U.S. News
An Illinois meteorologist has been off the air since telling viewers the ominous warning was a "corporate initiative" that "many of us have tried to dissuade."
Environment
It also marked the end of the wettest 12-month period in NOAA's 125 years of record-keeping.
Science
Research shows there's been an increase in tornado clusters and that twister activity is shifting eastward. Is there a fingerprint of planetary warming?
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Record-breaking severe weather whipped through the Midwest destroying homes and power lines.
U.S. News
At least seven storm-related fatalities and dozens of injuries have been reported in the past week as storms swept across the nation.
Environment
The latest round of damaging weather in the central U.S. came a day after violent storms killed one person and injured at least 130 in Indiana and Ohio.