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>Another City and almost another DOWNTOWN TORNADO

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>Another City and almost another DOWNTOWN TORNADO

> This time around it was Minneapolis that got the scare. Back in 2007 it was right in the heart of Brooklyn, New York which in fact was the second tornado touchdown in Long Island with one near Islip, NY about a week or two earlier. The year before, an area very close to O’Hare […]

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>Hurricane Bill makes Atlantic Canada nervous, and now New England

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>As you probably know before viewing this blog, Hurricane Bill is now a category 3 storm, though slightly weaker, it remains a dangerous and powerful hurricane, dry air may be responsible or an eyewall replacement for the weakening, but we cannot rule out possible restrengthening again later today or tomorrow.Double concern for East Coast.There are […]

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>North Africa/Europe Scorcher, North America Summer Pattern SeeSaw

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>North Africa/Europe Scorcher, North America Summer Pattern SeeSaw

> Today, from my office in the attic here in central Scotland and under the dominant trough and low. This has been the picture for weeks now! Today across southwest and south-central Europe under the high. Image: http://www.accuweather.com/news-story.asp?partner=accuweather&traveler=0&article=8 A major heat wave is blistering western Europe with a 599dm broiler-plate ridge park directly over the […]

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