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Steamy conditions to plague Carolinas into end of September as Florence victims begin cleanup
Steamy conditions to plague Carolinas into end of September as Florence victims begin cleanup
September 19, 2018; 12:46 PM
Sizzling sunshine, light winds and very warm and humid air will persist and make for uncomfortable conditions for those dealing with ongoing flooding and increasing numbers of people beginning to clean up after flooding from Florence.
AccuWeather donates weather station to the American Meteorological Society chapter in Puerto Rico
AccuWeather donates weather station to the American Meteorological Society chapter in Puerto Rico
September 19, 2018; 12:00 PM
AccuWeather, a global leader in digital media and weather-related big data, donated a new meteorological station to a local chapter of the American Meteorological Society in Puerto Rico, after Hurricane Maria destroyed their old equipment.
Tropical downpours to drench southwestern US through Thursday
Tropical downpours to drench southwestern US through Thursday
September 19, 2018; 11:52 AM
A former tropical depression will bring needed rainfall, but also a flood risk to the southwestern United States and southern High Plains into Friday.
600,000 customers warned of drinking water as North Carolina's flooded hog farms, waste lagoons under scrutiny for contamination
600,000 customers warned of drinking water as North Carolina's flooded hog farms, waste lagoons under scrutiny for contamination
September 19, 2018; 11:43 AM
About 3.4 million chickens and turkeys and 5,500 hogs have been killed in floodwaters from Florence in North Carolina. Health and environmental concerns have been raised as flooded power plants, industrial sites, and animal-manure lagoons may leak toxic waste into drinking water.
'This feels like a nightmare that just won't end': Anxious evacuees can't return home as dangerous flooding persists in Florence's aftermath
'This feels like a nightmare that just won't end': Anxious evacuees can't return home as dangerous flooding persists in Florence's aftermath
September 19, 2018; 10:57 AM
Nearly a week after Florence's initial landfall in the Carolinas, the worst of the flooding is still unfolding as rivers that have hit major flood stage still have not crested.
Beloved scientist Ada Monzón warned millions of 'monster' Hurricane Maria, addressed 'great suffering' with education, outreach in storm's wake
Beloved scientist Ada Monzón warned millions of 'monster' Hurricane Maria, addressed 'great suffering' with education, outreach in storm's wake
September 19, 2018; 10:40 AM
Meteorologist Ada Monzón's Facebook Live broadcasts garnered over 31 million views during Hurricane Irma and María, but her outreach to inform Puerto Rico didn't stop there.
Authorities warn of looting, scams and fraud cases during post-Florence relief efforts
Authorities warn of looting, scams and fraud cases during post-Florence relief efforts
September 19, 2018; 8:44 AM
As many communities come together to recover during a disaster's aftermath, there are commonly a select few that choose instead to participate in antisocial behavior.
AccuWeather narrows economic toll prediction for Hurricane Florence to $50-60 billion
AccuWeather narrows economic toll prediction for Hurricane Florence to $50-60 billion
September 18, 2018; 3:39 PM
AccuWeather's founder and president denounces "inaccurate information" about Hurricane Florence's economic impacts, while the company predicts the total economic toll from Florence to be $50-60 billion.
1 year after Maria: Meteorologists recount the nightmare of Hurricane Maria slamming Puerto Rico
1 year after Maria: Meteorologists recount the nightmare of Hurricane Maria slamming Puerto Rico
September 18, 2018; 1:57 PM
Meteorologists of the National Weather Service office in Puerto Rico worked around the clock to keep the island informed during September of 2017, while they were disconnected and unsure whether their own families were safely weathering the storm.
Know your zones and routes: How to leave home safely if a hurricane prompts a mandatory evacuation order
Know your zones and routes: How to leave home safely if a hurricane prompts a mandatory evacuation order
September 18, 2018; 11:56 AM
Knowing if you live in an evacuation zone and being aware of evacuation routes ahead of time is critical in the event that a mandatory evacuation order is issued for your area.
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