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Trump Issues Federal Disaster Declaration After Cristobal Hits Louisiana, Weakens To A Tropical Depression

Cristobal weakened to a tropical depression Monday morning after smashing into Louisiana and other parts of the southern United States Saturday, bringing with it 50-mile per hour winds and heavy rainfall. President Donald Trump granted Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards’ request for financial assistance to pay for the state’s disaster response. Edwards, a Democrat, declared a state of emergency Thursday ...

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How Google’s New Weather AI Will Make Sure You Never Get Caught in the Rain

Among the many things we’ve become addicted to on our smartphones is checking the weather. If you’re anything like me, you open a weather app at least twice a day: in the morning to know what to expect for the day ahead, maybe before your commute home so you can prepare for possible rain or snow, and sometimes before bed ...

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‘Total Devastation’: Unreal Aerial Footage Of Of Dorian Destruction Emerges

Hurricane Dorian is gradually making its way up Georgia and then the Carolinas but has made a devastating impact on parts of the Bahamas. WATCH: #BREAKING: Bahamas: First aerial footage shows Hurricane #Dorain devastation – @bclemms/WXChasing pic.twitter.com/eHBPPP7mPV — Amichai Stein (@AmichaiStein1) September 3, 2019 Dorian, a Category 5 hurricane before weakening to a 2 Wednesday morning, crushed boats and splintered ...

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Hurricane Dorian Strengthens To ‘Catastrophic’ Category 5

Hurricane Dorian has upgraded to a “catastrophic” Category 5, according to reports from the National Hurricane Center. The National Hurricane Center tweeted Sunday that Dorian progressed from a Category 4 to a Category 5, calling the hurricane “catastrophic.” The center also revealed that the hurricane has winds of 160 mph. “NEW,” the center tweeted. “Dorian is now a category 5 ...

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Hurricane Dorian Strengthens to Category 4, Heads Toward Carolinas

Hurricane Dorian is now a Category 4 storm and will is now expected to make landfall in the Carolinas, potentially missing Florida. Dorian shifted notably overnight, the National Hurricane Center announced Saturday morning. The storm could still make landfalls along Florida’s coast, according to the hurricane center. It became a Category 4 storm Friday evening. “There’s been a notable change ...

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CBP Making Preparations for Hurricane Dorian Across Florida

MIAMI – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) personnel across Florida are making final preparations—working closely with a far-reaching network of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) partners and local officials in advance of Hurricane Dorian. CBP has activated Diane J. Sabatino, the Miami/Tampa Field Office Director of Operations, as the agency’s Lead Field Coordinator to manage the CBP Region IV ...

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President Trump Delivers Message on Hurricane Dorian

President Donald Trump delivered a message Thursday on Hurricane Dorian which is gaining strength as it approaches Florida’s east coast. The storm is expected to make landfall as a category 3 or 4 major hurricane. Watch: Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available for re-publication without charge under the Creative Commons license. Visit our ...

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Hurricane Dorian Expected To Be A Category 4 As It Nears Florida

Hurricane Dorian is expected to strengthen and hit Florida as a Category 4, the National Hurricane Center forecasted. Hurricane Dorian could reach up to 130 mph according to a National Hurricane Center forecast Thursday morning. This puts it at a Category 4, and the forecast still can’t say for certain where the storm will land when it hits Florida. “The ...

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‘It’s Just The Weather’: Meteorologist Fact-Checks Ocasio-Cortez On Climate Change

Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggested the tornado warning that hit the D.C. area Thursday was part of the “climate crisis” she has previously said humanity only has 12 years left to solve. “The climate crisis is real y’all,” Ocasio said on Instagram Thursday, “guess we’re at casual tornadoes in growing regions of the country?” However, she was quickly ...

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1 In 5 Americans Blame Global Warming For Cold Winter Weather

Nearly one-fifth of Americans blamed global warming for “colder than usual” winter weather this season, according to a Gallup poll released Wednesday. Forty-three percent of Americans believed temperatures where they live were colder than normal, with nineteen percent blaming global warming for colder weather. However, 23 percent said the cold was due to “natural variation,” Gallup found. Fourteen percent of ...

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‘Bomb Cyclone’ Forces Airlines To Cancel Thousands Of Flights

Thousands of travelers found themselves out of luck after airlines were forced to cancel more than 1,000 flights due to inclement weather Wednesday. The Rockies and upper Midwest are expected to bear the full brunt of the storm, according to USA Today. Airlines have canceled approximately 1,200 flights and delayed 420 flights as of 8 a.m. ET, according to FlightAware.com. A majority of ...

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At Least 22 Dead as Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama

First Responders are spread thin as more than 20 people were killed and several more are still missing along an apocalyptical trail of destruction that ripped through Alabama, Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. Lee County, Alabama, one of six hard-hit counties in the state, a fire station, chicken hatchery, trees. mobile homes and cell phone towers were found destroyed by ...

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Natural Gas Shortage Hits Midwest Amid ‘Polar Vortex,’ Forces GM To Shutter 13 Plants

Midwest states are experiencing natural gas shortages amid subzero temperatures, including in Michigan where GM shuttered more than a dozen plants and told thousands of employees to work from home. GM halted work at four assembly plants and nine supporting facilities Wednesday night after utility Consumer energy asked customers to help conserve natural gas, Automotive News (AN) reported. GM also ...

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Polar Vortex In The Midwest Wreaking Havoc On Infrastructure, Kills At Least Eight

Near record low temperatures in the Midwest have caused thousands of flight and train cancellations, sweeping power outages and several deaths. In Chicago, the temperature on Wednesday dipped to a low of around minus 23, just above the city’s historical low of minus 27 in January 1985. Other cities in the Midwest experienced similar bone-chilling temperatures, with Sioux Falls, South ...

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‘Polar Vortex’ Will Have Nearly 90 Percent Of US Below-Freezing

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Nearly 90 percent of the continental U.S. will experience below-freezing temperatures over the next five days as Arctic air moves south, according to forecasts. The “polar vortex” event will have 89 percent of the continental U.S. with below freezing weather, meteorologist Ryan Maue said. In fact, all of the lower-48 are forecast to experience freezing weather, including Florida. Arctic blast ...

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