RURAL REFLECTIONS Hatch Battening
I can't sit still during a storm. I may act quiet but inside I am
unsettled. It frustrates me to lose control of my environment and it
is never more so that during a winter storm. It isnt that... Posted on 12/7/13 at 8:02 AM
HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Insurance Claim Process When Your Home Is Damaged In a Storm!
With the recent hailstorms that slammed into the south metro area this week, we figured the timing couldnt be better to give everyone a refresher on what to know when filing a homeowners insurance c... Posted on 8/9/13 at 12:39 PM
ASTRO BOB Borealis or australis, last night's aurora shined
The geomagnetic storm that began with a jolt yesterday afternoon raged straight through the night and still shows no signs of slowing down. Storm levels reached the "strong" category overnight sendi... Posted on 6/29/13 at 10:15 AM
THE EXTREME WEATHER COMMUNITY BLOG TEAM Time Lapse of Storm June 25, 2013
Time lapse of incoming storm last night. See the wall cloud and rotation. http://youtu.be/aPMdIQvbvsk
... Posted on 6/26/13 at 6:25 AM
Tropical Storm Sonia picked up speed as it took aim at the Pacific coast of Mexico on Sunday, threatening intense rains over a large portion of western Mexico that experienced major flooding over the past couple of months.
Ranchers in South Dakota who lost large parts of their cattle herds to a winter storm are not asking for blankets or food to help them recover. They want pregnant cows and heifers of breeding age, said a group organizing donations on Tuesday.
From a tiny, vulnerable island off the Louisiana coast to the beaches of the Florida Panhandle, Gulf Coast residents prepared Thursday for a possible hit from Tropical Storm Karen, which threatened to become the first named tropical system to menace the United States this year.
Kevin McGill and Michael Kunzelman
, October 03, 2013
With a low, rumbling roar, an arc of dirt, rock and mud tumbled down the hillside in the remote mountain village of La Pintada, sweeping houses in its path, burying half the hamlet and leaving 68 people missing in its mad race to the river bed below.
The toll from devastating twin storms climbed to 80 on Wednesday as isolated areas reported deaths and damage to the outside world. Mexican officials said another 58 people were missing in a massive landslide in the mountains north of Acapulco.
Ingrid became the second hurricane of the Atlantic storm season off Mexico on Saturday, prompting the evacuation of several thousand people while Tropical Storm Manuel threatened to cause flash floods and mudslides on the opposite side of the country.
Weather officials say Tropical Storm Flossie is weakening as it moves westward across the Pacific toward Hawaii. But the storm is still expected to bring heavy rain and winds up to 60 mph, along with the possibility of flash flooding and mudslides.
Fish populations in Lake Superior and its surrounding fisheries are faring much better than expected a year after a major storm dumped up to 10 inches of rain in the Duluth area and sent tons of sediment rushing into the big lake and its surrounding rivers and streams.
While the southern Red River Valley bore the brunt of Tuesday night’s storm, which dropped as much as 6 inches in some areas south of Fargo, northern and western areas of the valley were not exactly spared.
Thursday night’s rain flooded basements, tossed debris across town and seriously damaged the Valley City State University campus. And the National Weather Service says more storms are expected through the weekend.
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