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NOAA Predicts A Warmer Than Usual Spring

NOAA Predicts A Warmer Than Usual Spring

mag813 March 18, 2017 0

It may be difficult for those in the Northeast to imagine, what with all the snow, but spring is just around the corner, and it’s going to be a warm one. The National Oceanic

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People On Twitter Are Going Nuts Over This Unusually Warm Weather

People On Twitter Are Going Nuts Over This Unusually Warm Weather

mag813 March 2, 2017 0

As anyone enjoying temperatures of 60 degrees and higher will be glad to tell you — and right now, that’s a good chunk of the United States — spring has come early this year.

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Sorry Rick Scott, Even Satellites Confirm Record Global Warming

Sorry Rick Scott, Even Satellites Confirm Record Global Warming

mag813 September 8, 2016 0

The people who deny the facts of climate science for a living have had a really tough time recently. For years they had been dining off the “there’s been no warming since 1998” talking

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State of Emergency Declared in Florida as Tropical Depression Nine Flooding Begins

State of Emergency Declared in Florida as Tropical Depression Nine Flooding Begins

mag813 August 31, 2016 0

Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency as parts of Florida’s Gulf Coast begin to flood ahead of Tropical Depression Nine, which is currently in the Gulf of Mexico but closing in

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Tropical Storms Expected To Increase Zika Outbreak

Tropical Storms Expected To Increase Zika Outbreak

mag813 August 27, 2016 0

While Florida residents continue to do their best to protect themselves from the Zika virus, things may become more difficult for them in the coming days. An unnamed storm that could turn into a

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Florida’s 11-Year Hurricane-Free Streak Might End Early Next Week

Florida’s 11-Year Hurricane-Free Streak Might End Early Next Week

mag813 August 23, 2016 0

Come October, it will be exactly 11 years since Hurricane Wilma tore across South Florida. Astoundingly, no hurricane has made landfall in the state since. That’s a statistical quirk that has to end soon.

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Incredible Footage of a Pink Lighting Bolt Traveling Horizontally Across the Tampa Sky

Incredible Footage of a Pink Lighting Bolt Traveling Horizontally Across the Tampa Sky

mag813 August 18, 2016 0

On August 16, 2016, redditor UnobtrusiveElephant posted incredible footage of a pink lightning bolt as it traveled horizontally across the Tampa sky. Later that day, UnobtrusiveElephant posted a slow-motion version of that same awesome strike

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Scientists Say the US Is Facing the Strongest Hurricane Season Since Sandy

Scientists Say the US Is Facing the Strongest Hurricane Season Since Sandy

mag813 August 16, 2016 0

We’re moving into the peak of a hurricane season that could be the strongest since 2012, the year Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration now expects a higher

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Why Does Humidity Make You Feel So Awful?

Why Does Humidity Make You Feel So Awful?

mag813 July 14, 2016 0

It’s summer. The sun is shining, the temperatures are rising, and the air is a hot, sticky mess. That steamy feeling that washes over you when you step outside is all thanks to the

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GM Debuts New “Rear Seat Reminder” Feature In Battle Against Hot Car Deaths

GM Debuts New “Rear Seat Reminder” Feature In Battle Against Hot Car Deaths

mag813 June 14, 2016 0

Every summer we find ourselves hearing about children who have died after being left behind in hot cars, and it’s no different this year: 12 kids have died from heatstroke in cars, safety advocates

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