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Heat wave offers glimpse into climate change   - 4 Hours ago
MIAMI, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- An unprecedented marine heat wave that swept the Southeast Indian Ocean in 2011 has given FIU scientists a glimpse into the future of climate change.
  
    



Patch of Caribbean Showers May Become Tropical Storm   - 4 Hours ago
A loose collection of thunderstorms and showers creeping through the Caribbean Sea will probably form into Tropical Storm Cristobal by early next week. The system, just north of the Virgin Islands,
  
    




Scientists Puzzled by Global Warming Slowdown   - 2 Hours ago
The Atlantic Ocean has masked global warming this century by soaking up vast amounts of heat from the atmosphere in a shift likely to reverse from around 2030 and spur fast temperature rises, scientists
  
    



Global warming's 'pause': Where did the heat go?   - 3 Hours ago
New research suggests that a climate cycle in the North Atlantic Ocean has absorbed the Earth's 'extra' heat, contributing to a perceived hiatus for global warming. Top: Global average temperatures. Middle:
  
    



Heavy Rains Cause Flooding Across the Country   - 4 Hours ago
Flash flood warnings have been issued throughout the Midwest.
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Crews battle Phoenix strip mall fire, monsoon   - 9 Hours ago
PHOENIX (CBS5) - Thursday night's monsoon made it very tough for firefighters to put-out a fire at a Phoenix strip mall. The fire broke out about 8 p.m. near 35th Avenue and Camelback Road and while
  
    


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Scientists Puzzled Over Slowdown in Global Warming   - 18 Hours ago
The Atlantic Ocean has masked global warming this century by soaking up vast amounts of heat from the atmosphere in a shift likely to reverse from around 2030 and spur fast temperature rises, scientists
  
    



Armed helicopter 'Fierce Thunderbolt ' and ' Black Hurricane ' debut in joint exercise   - 20 Hours ago
China´s Z-19 and Z-10 military helicopters debut in the “Peace Mission-2014” joint anti-terrorism military exercise held by the armed forces of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states
  
    



Water Security Agency warns of possible flooding in coming storm   - 2 Hours ago
Saskatchewan's Water Security Agency says there could be flooding if a predicted storm soaks a large part of the southern part of the province this weekend. The agency says 50 to 80 millimetres of
  
    


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Tropical Storm Marie forms in Pacific off Mexico   - 3 Hours ago
Miami (AFP) - Tropical Storm Marie has formed in the eastern Pacific and is expected to become a hurricane this weekend that will stalk the Mexican coast, US forecasters warned Friday. Packing maximum
  
    



Tidal wave of dirt that could swamp election   - 3 Hours ago
The political fallout from the release of Nicky Hager’s Dirty Politics book keeps on coming. David Fisher looks at key developments so far Author of Dirty Politics, Nicky Hager. It often comes in
  
    



Heavy Rain Potential Sparking Flooding Concerns   - 4 Hours ago
It's expected to be a soggy weekend throughout southern Saskatchewan, and heavy rain expected in parts of the province is causing some flooding concerns. The Water Security Agency says between 50 and
  
    


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The ‘pause’ in global warming could last another 10 years   - 4 Hours ago
THE GLOBAL WARMING slowdown evident over the past 15 years has been attributed to great amounts of heat being stored underwater. It is thought that this is down to excess heat being absorbed in the Atlantic
  
    



Raw: Severe Floods, Fire Wrecks Indiana Homes   - 4 Hours ago
Streaming today's top alternative music & more Your one-stop source for local innovation news I'd click that The Boston Globe Home of award-winning Boston Globe reporting.
  
    



Fukuoka floods kill police officer; 102,000 told to evacuate   - 9 Hours ago
FUKUOKA – Record rainfall in Fukuoka Prefecture prompted authorities Friday to issue an evacuation advisory to about 102,000 residents of Chikushino in anticipation of river flooding and mudslides.
  
    



Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh to fall due to misgovernance: BJP   - 8 Hours ago
MATHURA: BJP today said it will not adopt any "foul means" to destabilise the Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh which, it said, will fall on its own due to "misgovernance". Foreseeing the
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Why is the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season so quiet?   - 9 Hours ago
As the statistical peak of the Atlantic hurricane season approaches in the coming weeks, the notable lack of storm activity in the Atlantic ocean continues. It’s not completely unexpected, with the US
  
    



Storm predicted to become tropical depression but miss U.S. coast   - 9 Hours ago
A storm system cruising across the Atlantic and dumping heavy rain is expected to become a tropical depression over the weekend. The system, clumsily making its way west as a sloppy wet system, has gradually
  
    



Fukui to review mudslide dangers in wake of Hiroshima disaster   - 10 Hours ago
Following this week’s devastating mudslides in Hiroshima, Fukui Prefecture has announced it will conduct a survey next month on the potential danger of mudslides and avalanches on the Tsuruga Peninsula,
  
    



Winnipeg homes flood as torrential downpour knocks out power   - 9 Hours ago
Winnipeg was hit with a torrential downpour of rain Thursday night that resulted in flooded underpasses and basements, leaky roofs, and faulty traffic lights in various parts of the city. Now Playing
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Peak monsoon nearly over, hope fades for rain-deficient regions   - 19 Hours ago
PUNE: Hope is fading fast for rain-deficient Marathwada, Punjab and Delhi-Haryana-Chandigarh regions. The India Meteorological Department (IMD), which expects the stalled monsoon to revive only around
  
    



Premier not satisfied with NSP storm excuses   - 19 Hours ago
Stephen McNeil was calling out Nova Scotia Power Thursday. The premier took issue with the company’s explanation of what went wrong in the aftermath of post tropical storm Arthur. 245,000 people
  
    



Heat wave, AC issues force school to move students   - 19 Hours ago
Air conditioning problems at an Orange County high school are forcing the school to relocate students to protect them from the heat. The high Thursday in Orlando was 97 degrees, with a heat index that
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Chasing storms on the road to a life of meteorology   - 19 Hours ago
If you are a regular listener to the South Australian Country Hour you'd probably be able to name a couple of people from the Bureau of Meteorology. Listeners hear from them multiple times a day on
  
    



Ancient pollens help scientists understand climate change   - 20 Hours ago
About 450-million years ago, the first plants sprung to life, releasing into the air pollen that floated over oceans and islands, and skipped through valleys and above mountains along the wind. The fine
  
    
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