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  • Raw Video: Dozens Of People Loot Dollar Store As Flooding Cuts Wilmington Off From The Rest Of NC

    09/17/2018 12:13:49 PM PDT · by PFW · 45 replies
    A major emergency brings out the best in some people, but in others it brings out the absolute worst. Shocking images of “dozens of people” ransacking a Family Dollar store in Wilmington, North Carolina have stunned the nation. This happened in broad daylight, and many of the looters didn’t even seem to care that a television news crew was filming them. Sadly, this always seems to happen whenever a major disaster takes place. Our established social order is so vulnerable, and so many people out there will gladly take advantage of others if they believe that there is an opportunity...
  • North Carolina passed a law in 2012 that could make hurricanes like Florence more damaging

    09/15/2018 9:58:31 PM PDT · by mdittmar · 36 replies
    CBS News ^ | Sep 12,2018 | Jason Silverstein
    North Carolina could find itself more vulnerable to damage from storms like Hurricane Florence due to a state law passed six years ago that banned using recent climate science to plan for the consequences of rising sea levels.
  • MSNBC: How Can ‘Climate Change Deniers’ Respond to Hurricane?

    09/13/2018 8:21:20 AM PDT · by rktman · 78 replies
    newsbusters.org ^ | 9/12/2018 | Kyle Drennen
    On her 2:00 p.m. ET hour show on Wednesday, MSNBC anchor Katy Tur predictably exploited Hurricane Florence to push the left’s climate change agenda and condemn “deniers” in the Trump administration. She brought on liberal environmental activist Bill Nye and ex-Clinton administration official Paul Bledsoe to provide even more alarmist rhetoric. “President Trump says FEMA is ready for Hurricane Florence, but mounting evidence suggests it could incredibly difficult to deal with this disaster if climate change deniers are on the front lines of emergency response,” Tur proclaimed at the top of the segment. She then touted a new study “echoing...
  • Hurricane Florence. (weatherbell)

    09/12/2018 6:46:00 AM PDT · by Hojczyk · 18 replies
    Weatherbell ^ | September 12,2018 | Hojzyk
    Florence makes landfall in Savannah, Georgia..SUNDAY Storm sits of coast..48 inches of rain possibe in North Carolina http://www.weatherbell.com
  • Climate Change Is Everyone's Problem. Women Are Ready to Solve It ("Climate change" is sexist)

    09/12/2018 6:04:56 AM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 46 replies
    Fortune ^ | Sep. 12, 2018 | By Anne Finucaneand Anne Hidalgo
    Imagine a world with affordable, clean energy, sustainable cities and communities, and decent work and economic growth for all. That is the world the United Nations imagined when it defined the 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development with “the desire to create a future where there is no poverty, the planet is protected, and all the people enjoy peace and prosperity.” But the reality is, that world can’t exist without the equal participation, and leadership, of women—as business and political leaders, investors, and contributors to the global economy.
  • Evacuation ordered for SC coast ahead of Hurricane Florence, lawmakers say

    09/10/2018 12:08:11 PM PDT · by sodpoodle · 146 replies
    myrtlebeackonlinel ^ | 9/10/2018 | Bristow Marchant And Tom Barton
    PINE RIDGE, SC S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster announced a mandatory evacuation of the South Carolina coast on Monday. All eight the counties along the coast would begin evacuating as of noon on Tuesday, McMaster said at a press briefing on Monday. McMaster said he would reverse lanes on four main roads to facilitate the evacuation. As of noon Tuesday, lanes will reverse on Interstate 26 from Charleston to Columbia and Highway 50from Myrtle Beach. Highways 278 and 21 in Beaufort County will be ready for reversal as of noon, but officials will wait to make an order at that time....
  • SNOW ON THE SAVANNAH Giraffes and elephants wander about in the snow...

    09/11/2018 6:25:49 AM PDT · by jerod · 26 replies
    The sun ^ | September 11, 2018
    Pictures of the snow covered creatures have swept across social media as viewers marvel at the bizarre scenes. Kitty Viljoen captured elephants enjoying the snow in the Sneeuberg on the Western Cape of South Africa, where snow hit late last week. Sneeuberg translates to Snow Mountain and dustings are not unusual across parts of South Africa in the winter, but this cold snap comes particularly late in the season. She also photographed giraffes in snow in the Karoo semi-desert region.
  • Hurricane Florence is a Category 4 storm, on track to hit Southeast coast by Friday morning

    09/10/2018 9:29:52 AM PDT · by SMGFan · 100 replies
    Baltimore Sun ^ | September 10, 2018
    Hurricane Florence is a rapidly strengthening major storm with sustained 130 mph winds as it heads toward a potentially devastating landfall in the Southeast U.S. later this week, already prompting evacuation orders on the North Carolina coast. The National Hurricane Center is warning of “life-threatening” storm surge in the Carolinas and Virginia, as well as “a prolonged and exceptionally heavy rainfall event” in the Southeast and mid-Atlantic.
  • Florence strengthens into a hurricane, threatens to hit Southeast US

    09/09/2018 10:28:48 AM PDT · by ETL · 26 replies
    FoxNews.com ^ | Sept 9, 2018 | Katherine Lam
    Florence regained hurricane strength Sunday and is expected to "rapidly intensify" into a major storm in the next few days as it continues its path toward the East Coast where residents are preparing for the worst. Florence could hit the southeastern U.S. coast late this week as a Category 3 or higher and bring upon life-threatening impacts. The hurricane is expected to make landfall between late Thursday and Friday morning. "There is an increasing risk of two life-threatening impacts from Florence: storm surge at the coast and freshwater flooding from a prolonged heavy rainfall event inland," the National Hurricane Center...
  • Florence Forecast To Become A Major Hurricane And Risk To The East Coast Is Rising

    09/08/2018 2:33:33 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 26 replies
    npr ^ | September 8, 20183:21 PM ET | SHann Van Sant
    Tropical Storm Florence is quickly approaching the eastern United States, and according to the National Hurricane Center, the storm's threat to the East Coast keeps rising. The storm is traveling over warm water, and is expected to increase its speed and become a hurricane Saturday night. The National Hurricane Center forecasts Florence will be a dangerous major hurricane near the southeast U.S. coast by late next week, "and the risk of direct impacts continues to increase." "However, given the uncertainty in track and intensity forecasts at those time ranges," the National Hurricane Center tweeted, "it's too soon to determine the...
  • Hurricane Florence & Isaac

    09/09/2018 8:01:18 AM PDT · by NautiNurse · 715 replies
    NHC/NOAA ^ | 9 September 2018 | NHC/NOAA
    September 10 is the statistical peak of the Atlantic Tropical Storm season, and the conga line of storms dancing across the Atlantic is not disappointing historical data. The Governors of NC and SC have declared states of emergency for a potential major hurricane landfall, while Hurricane Florence is slowly creeping westward. Florence is predicted to increase forward motion and intensity Monday. Hurricanes Hazel (1954) and Hugo (1989) are two notorious major hurricanes to make landfall in NC and SC, respectively. North Carolina has prior experience with "F" named hurricanes. Hurricanes Fran (1996) and Floyd (1999) caused widespread flooding and damage...
  • Hurricane Florence set to disrupt events weekend of Sept 15-16 in GA, NC, and SC

    09/08/2018 8:24:10 AM PDT · by topher · 45 replies
    Vanity based on current projected path via NHC-NOAA.gov web site ^ | 8-Sept-2018 | Part Vanity/Part NHC-NOAA info
    Here is the projected path of Hurricane Florence. Since the NHC/NOAA updates this IMAGE, it should change with passing time:
  • Northern Minnesota sees record-breaking cold temperatures Thursday morning

    09/07/2018 1:04:02 PM PDT · by jjotto · 42 replies
    KMSP Fox 9 ^ | SEptember 6, 2018 | KMSP
    (KMSP) - The National Weather Service reports some record-breaking cold temperatures for Sept. 6 in northern Minnesota with both International Falls and Hibbing finding themselves waking up to a very chilly morning. International Falls reached 28 degree Thursday, breaking the previous record of 31 degrees for Sept. 6. Hibbing fell to 29 degrees, breaking the previous record of 33. Though not a record, Robinson, Minnesota near Ely was a chilly 25 degrees. Summer was nice while it lasted.
  • 'Weather models have flipped the switch': Hurricane season coming to life in the Atlantic

    08/29/2018 12:26:21 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 47 replies
    Naples Daily News ^ | August 29, 2018 | Doyle Rice,
    The next tropical storm or hurricane in the Atlantic basin will be called Florence. One of the reasons for the predicted uptick in activity is that wind shear, which tends to rip apart developing hurricanes, appears to be decreasing. "There are signs now that wind shear may drop over a significant part of the Atlantic basin over the next couple of weeks," according to AccuWeather meteorologist Bernie Rayno. "When models start suggesting tropical cyclone development many days in advance in multiple parts of the Atlantic basin, while they might not be right about exactly when and where, it does indicate...
  • VANITY: An Update on Puerto Rico from my Dad (Re: Hurricane Maria on 9/21/17)

    08/23/2018 1:54:39 PM PDT · by SilvieWaldorfMD · 26 replies
    Self ^ | 8/23/18 | Self
    Hello! It's been a few months since my last report about the situation in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria hit on 9/21/17. In my last report (December 2017), my Dad, who lives in Old San Juan, got intermittent power back on December 3rd. In June 2018, he indicated that he got through 2 straight weeks where the power did not go out at all, and last week he indicated that about "95% of the island has power restored". He says that he and others have gone through deep depressions because of continuous months without power. It's been a stressful 11...
  • Hundreds of Thousands of Californians Almost Lost Everything Thanks to Progressive(T)

    08/22/2018 9:05:29 AM PDT · by rktman · 17 replies
    townhall.com ^ | 8/21/2018 | Phelim McAleer
    Full header: "Hundreds of Thousands of Californians Almost Lost Everything Thanks to Progressive Politicians and Scientists" How quickly Californians and the media forget. Less than 18 months ago over 200,000 Californians faced the possibility of losing everything--their homes, their belongings, their livelihoods, even the towns they live in – not because of drought but because of rain as the nearby Oroville Dam threatened to collapse. The dam in Northern California is the highest in the United States. It was struggling to cope with the amount of rain and melted snow pouring into the reservoir. A failure would have seen multiple...
  • Dane County declares state of emergency after record-breaking rainfall, flooding

    08/21/2018 10:48:42 PM PDT · by Ellendra · 4 replies
    Channel 3000 ^ | 8-21-18
    Dane County officials declared a state of emergency Tuesday morning after rain overnight Monday broke a state record for heaviest amount to fall in a 24-hour period, according to Dane County Emergency Management. The National Weather Service estimates that as much as 13 inches of rain has fallen in parts of western Dane County on Monday and Tuesday. The official state record for rainfall in a 24-hour period is 11.72 inches of rain, which occurred northeast of Mellen in northern Wisconsin on June 24, 1946. The National Weather Service has received numerous reports of rainfall from western Dane County that...
  • If Korea is so hi-tech, what’s with the lack of air conditioning in a heatwave?

    08/11/2018 7:30:37 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 55 replies
    The South China Morning Post ^ | August 12, 2018 | Crystal Tai and Marie Juhyun Lee
    While South Korea may be known as one of the world’s most technologically advanced countries, it is sorely lacking when it comes to air conditioning. For many who live here, this has become painfully obvious as an unprecedented heatwave rages across the peninsula, killing at least 42 people since the end of May. The intense heat – with the mercury rising to a sultry 39.6 degrees Celsius (103 degrees Fahrenheit) – has forced people to seek refuge outside their homes. “I have a friend who has no air conditioning,” said Kim Bum-ju, 29, a musician in Seoul. “Their home gets...
  • Cool Atlantic could mean a weaker hurricane season

    08/02/2018 11:33:22 AM PDT · by MaxistheBest · 36 replies
    Tampa Bay Times ^ | 08/02/2018 | Josh Soloman
    Can you tell the difference between one degree Celsius? Hurricanes can. At least that’s what Colorado State University researcher Phil Klotzbach is banking on. His team released its last hurricane forecast of the 2018 season on Thursday, and Klotzbach offered encouraging news for those who live in the path of Atlantic storms: HURRICANE GUIDE: Everything you need to be prepared for the 2018 hurricane season. He predicted the season will bring a slightly below-average number of storms. Klotzbach anticipates the rest of the Atlantic storm season will see nine named storms, including three hurricanes and one major hurricane — a...
  • Climate Hysteria Aside, 2018 On Pace for Record Low Spending on Weather Disasters

    08/02/2018 10:08:39 AM PDT · by BenLurkin · 9 replies
    Because climate alarmists tell us that, with climate change, instances of extreme weather will definitely increase, the amount of GDP spent on such weather disasters is one good way to tell if the alarmists are correct. Since 1990, the amount of GDP spent on weather disasters is trending downwards. That’s bad news for the climate alarmists. Climate alarmists face a serious challenge. Their predictions and models show disastrous times decades ahead but in order to keep the public both engaged in and afraid of climate change, they are forced to sensationalize current weather events to a, sometimes, ridiculous extent. Every...