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Don't be fooled by the fact that Florence has weakened slightly to a Category 2 hurricane; categories only denote the speed of sustained winds. Winds were already picking up along the coastline on Thursday morning and Myrtle Beach was virtually deserted with empty streets, boarded up storefronts and very little traffic.
  • SC won’t evacuate prison for Hurricane Florence

    SC won’t evacuate prison for Hurricane Florence

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    Like Hurricane Harvey in 2017, Florence is expected to slow significantly when it reaches the coast, allowing the storm to dump a catastrophic amount of rain in the Carolinas. The storm was heading for the coast of North and SC but heavy rain was also expected in Virginia to the north and Georgia to the south. "We will experience power outages, infrastructure damages, there will be homes damaged".
  • Another hurricane is barreling toward Hawaii

    Another hurricane is barreling toward Hawaii

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    Residents and businesses were also left to clean up the mess from the floods. According to the NHC, "Olivia is forecast to approach the main Hawaiian Islands from the east on Tuesday, and pass close to or over the Islands on Wednesday". A tropical storm could bring heavy rain and flooding, especially in places that are saturated from previous storms. As a result, a Hurricane Watch and Tropical Storm Warning are in effect for the Cabo Verde islands of Santiago, Fogo and Brava.
  • Hurricane Florence's Path Shifts Westward, Putting Bermuda On Notice

    Hurricane Florence's Path Shifts Westward, Putting Bermuda On Notice

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    The risk of impact on the U.S. East Coast from Florence next week has increased, the Miami-based weather forecaster added. These swells will likely increase during next week and result in rough surf and risky rip current activity. That energy, from Florence's strong winds, could mean rip currents at Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender County beaches. The storm was centered about 905 miles (1,457 kilometers) east-southeast of Bermuda and moving west at 8 mph (13 kph).
  • Winds up to 70 miles per hour, South MS still in the path

    Winds up to 70 miles per hour, South MS still in the path

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    Tampa Bay was pelted with bands of rain and occasionally gusty winds from Tropical Storm Gordon on Monday, but Gulf Coast states could be in for worse. The warning means there is danger of life-threatening inundation. Waves of 3 to 5 feet are expected, locally as high as 6 feet in some areas, and inland waterways will be choppy.
  • Tropical Storm Gordon lashes Gulf Coast with heavy winds, rain

    Tropical Storm Gordon lashes Gulf Coast with heavy winds, rain

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    Tropical Storm Gordon made landfall on Tuesday just west of the Alabama-Mississippi border, lashing the U.S. Gulf Coast with high winds and heavy rain, the U.S. A hurricane warning is in effect from MS to the Alabama/Florida border. The center predicted total rain amounts of 4-8 inches (10-20 centimeters) in the Florida panhandle and parts of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa and IL.
  • French environment minister quits government

    French environment minister quits government

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    Recruiting Hulot to his government had been a coup for Macron , who has sought to position France as a champion in the fight against environmental degradation and as a counterweight to the climate change attitudes of U.S. "I think it is unusual if we put Denmark in a position where we participate in the tough actions in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation or through different alliances and then when we should invest in stabilization and rebuilding countries, Denmark has to withdraw", he said.
  • Peter Dutton resigns after Turnbull Wins Liberal leadership spill

    Peter Dutton resigns after Turnbull Wins Liberal leadership spill

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    Mr Turnbull's original energy policy, which was trying to deliver cheaper energy, more reliability and lower emissions, enjoyed broad support - even in his party room. In his parliamentary register of interest, Mr Dutton lists himself as a beneficiary of RHT Family Trust - along with his wife and children. If other Ministers, Cabinet Ministers or junior ministers who voted for Peter Dutton this morning, should they follow him and resign? I very much want to support the government and make ...
  • Health Groups Say EPA's Air Pollution Plan Will Cost Lives

    Health Groups Say EPA's Air Pollution Plan Will Cost Lives

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    The CPP, which Obama's EPA finalized in 2015, sought to reduce emissions from power plants to 32 percent below 2005 levels by 2030. The president is due to trumpet the new plan as he rallies supporters Tuesday night in the coal-producing state of West Virginia.
  • Australian PM Turnbull survives party leadership challenge

    Australian PM Turnbull survives party leadership challenge

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    Energy policy, Pauline Hanson and Tony Abbott are all contributing factors to Turnbull's woes, Professor Jennifer Curtin says. The contest came suddenly during a closed-door Liberal partyroom meeting when Mr Turnbull declared the leadership positions vacant, forcing challengers to declare their intentions.
  • Health Alert: Check Your Breakfast Cereals and Snack Bars

    Health Alert: Check Your Breakfast Cereals and Snack Bars

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    And in California, dying plaintiffs can be granted expedited trials . Producing healthy, wholesome food is Quaker's number one priority, and we've been doing that for more than 140 years. "Our products are safe and without question they meet regulatory safety levels". The Trump Administration's Waters of the USA rule was delivered a legal blow this week when a SC federal judge issued an injunction.
  • Let's space rock and roll: Here's why and how meteor showers happen

    Let's space rock and roll: Here's why and how meteor showers happen

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    The report mentions that while Perseids meteors have passed over Earth's atmosphere since the end of July, the best dates for viewing the showers are between Saturday, August 11 and Monday, August 13. Although the exposure was timed to catch a Perseids meteor, the orientation of the imaged streak seems a better match to a meteor from the Southern Delta Aquariids, a meteor shower that peaked a few weeks earlier.
  • Partial solar eclipse: All you need to know

    Partial solar eclipse: All you need to know

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    Although, this myth gains traction around the time of a total solar eclipse , some people refuse to cook or eat even during partial eclipses. Then, the eclipse will move over Mongolia, China and South and North Korea, ending at about 11.30am UT - at nearly three hours and a half after it began.