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1.2 million in Northeast without power as Tropical Storm Philippe fizzles out

(CNN)The Northeast struggled with power outages and commuting delays Monday morning as the remnants of Tropical Storm Philippe blew out of the region. The storm left about 1.2 million customers without electricity, including 313,875 in Massachusetts and around 400,000 in Maine. Maine was especially hard hit, and Gov. Paul LePage issued a state of emergency to give power … Continue reading 1.2 million in Northeast without power as Tropical Storm Philippe fizzles out

Powerful Coastal Storm Will Likely Bring Damaging Winds, Flooding Rainfall to the Northeast Starting Sunday Into Monday; Bombogenesis Possible

A powerful coastal storm with strong winds and heavy rain will impact the East Coast beginning later this weekend, likely resulting in tree damage, power outages and flooding. A significant wind event is possible Sunday or Monday. It is possible that this low pressure system could undergo a process called "Bombogenesis" according to the National Weather … Continue reading Powerful Coastal Storm Will Likely Bring Damaging Winds, Flooding Rainfall to the Northeast Starting Sunday Into Monday; Bombogenesis Possible

The strongest storm on Earth right now is heading for Japan

Super Typhoon Lan has been undergoing rapid intensification on Thursday night and Friday, and may reach Category 5 intensity by Saturday morning. The storm had maximum sustained winds of 150 miles per hour as of Friday afternoon, eastern time, and was still slowly intensifying. Super Typhoon Lan is in a favorable environment for strengthening, and … Continue reading The strongest storm on Earth right now is heading for Japan

Ireland closes schools as rare hurricane approaches

Dublin (AFP) - Ireland has ordered all schools to close Monday as the country braces for an "unprecedented storm" with the arrival of Ophelia, the largest hurricane ever recorded so far east in the Atlantic Ocean. "In response to the imminent Storm Ophelia, the Department of Education and Skills is now publicly informing all schools, … Continue reading Ireland closes schools as rare hurricane approaches

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, September 23, 2017

How is our societal programming affecting our sense of reason? Why don’t the facts matter in so many cases and with so many people? Countries all over the globe are maneuvering and preparing for the coming overturning of the reality we have known. An increasing number of countries are finally disconnecting from the US petrodollar, they have … Continue reading Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, September 23, 2017

Terrifying torrent of water in Puerto Rico after dam fails, forcing 70,000 to evacuate as Hurricane Maria continues to ravage the island

  Water swept through after the dam sustained structural damage from the storm Nearly 16 inches of rain fell in the area, significantly raising water levels on the 90-year-old dam The National Weather Service warned that failure of the dam was 'imminent' and could lead to 'life-threatening' flash flooding The 345-yard dam is used for … Continue reading Terrifying torrent of water in Puerto Rico after dam fails, forcing 70,000 to evacuate as Hurricane Maria continues to ravage the island

Maria’s Forecast Path Edging Closer to Outer Banks

Still a Category 3 storm on Saturday, Hurricane Maria was rolling northward away from the Bahamas on a path that could affect parts of the U.S. East Coast next week. Maria pummeled the Turks and Caicos Islands early Friday, its western eyewall passing over the capital city of Cockburn Town. For the first time in several days, Maria … Continue reading Maria’s Forecast Path Edging Closer to Outer Banks

What Puerto Rico Teaches Us About Being Prepared

Please read this carefully: One hundred percent of the power is offline in Puerto Rico. If we want to know what the effects of an EMP would be, Puerto Rico is an excellent laboratory. At least in Puerto Rico there is the hope that power will be quickly restored to critical services (eg hospitals, etc.). … Continue reading What Puerto Rico Teaches Us About Being Prepared

Puerto Rico Faces Hurricane Maria After Irma’s $1 Billion Damage

Two weeks ago, Puerto Rico was spared a devastating hit when Hurricane Irma ripped up the Caribbean. This time, it may not be so lucky. The bankrupt island, already contending with the aftermath of a storm that left as much as $1 billion of damage and hundreds of thousands still without power, faces even more … Continue reading Puerto Rico Faces Hurricane Maria After Irma’s $1 Billion Damage