AMERICAN RED CROSS MINN-KOTA REGION Red Cross Offers Tips for a Safe, yet Spooky Halloween
With Halloween right around the corner, the American Red Cross would like everyone to stay safe when they don their costumes and go out to Trick-or-Treat. Halloweens greatest hazards arent vampires ... Posted on 10/30/13 at 9:38 AM
CLOUDBURST: A BLOG BY STUDENTS OF ATSC 315 BROADCAST METEOROLOGY AT UND What is a "Derecho"?
The internet is a big part of almost everyone's lives nowadays and that includes social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. The inspiration for this post comes from my personal Facebook page,... Posted on 10/1/12 at 7:38 PM
UND NEWS UND hosts Northern Plains Convective Storm Symposium Friday
Just in time for Severe Weather Awareness week, the University of North Dakota Department of Atmospheric Sciences will be hosting The Northern Plains Convective Storm Symposium on Friday, May 4 in Cli... Posted on 5/3/12 at 8:18 AM
STORM TRACKER 4th Blowdown
With recent Memorial Day severe thunderstorm is still fresh in our minds, it is a good time to point out that we have had similar storms before. Early in the morning of July 4 of 1999, at 7:30 in the ... Posted on 7/4/11 at 1:44 PM
THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. – The sights from the highway entering the southwest corner of Thief River Falls on Saturday afternoon were as pleasant as can be – bales of hay lazed in the summer heat and bright flowers hung from pots on porches. In the southeast, however, the streets were filled with fallen trees and sweating residents struggling to clean them up.
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ARCADIA, Wis. — A powerful storm drenched parts of the upper Midwest on Thursday, flooding creeks and rivers and forcing more than half the residents of one Wisconsin town to evacuate their homes for higher ground.
HAMILTON, Bermuda — Hurricane Igor swept past Bermuda, lashing at the Atlantic island with high winds and furious waves as power failed in many areas, plunging people hunkered down at home into darkness.
NEW YORK — Residents, utility crews and railroad workers cleaned up debris Friday after a brief but fierce storm barreled through New York City, tearing up trees, stripping roofs from homes, disrupting train service and killing at least one person.
CANCUN, Mexico — A strong Tropical Storm Karl made landfall on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula on Wednesday, hitting a sparsely populated stretch of Caribbean coast, while two Category 4 hurricanes roared further out in the Atlantic.
CHATHAM, Mass. — A weakening but still dangerous Hurricane Earl steamed toward the gray-shingled cottages and fishing villages of Cape Cod on Friday, disrupting people's vacations on the unofficial final weekend of the short New England summer.
BUXTON, N.C. — Hurricane Earl roared past the North Carolina Outer Banks early Friday, flooding some parts of the narrow vacation islands and knocking out electricity before driving north at the start of at least 24 hours of stormy, windy weather along the East Coast.
BUXTON, N.C. — Hurricane Earl was barreling toward the Eastern Seaboard on Thursday with winds swirling at around 145 mph and forecasters were trying to pinpoint exactly how close the strongest winds and heaviest surge would get to North Carolina's fragile chain of barrier islands.
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