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November 30, 2005

Long, turbulent hurricane season winds down; Plains’ highways reopen after blizzard; Flood watches, warnings in NE; Snow-less Seattle, but watch out later this week; Ark. tornado tracks confirmed; Weather reports map out all scenarios; New Orleans to offer free Wi-Fi; Katrina survivors plan meeting; Charity single released; Delta kills 7; Treacherous UK roads; 20,000 lose power in Aus. storms; Asteroid probe’s return journey in doubt; NASA enlists tiny satellites; Horsehead Nebula pic

Weather News: Long, turbulent hurricane season winds down: Some forecasters predict future multi-hurricane seasons will be the rule

Plains’ highways reopen after blizzard | Roads are clearing; crews work to restore power in North Dakota

Flood watches and warnings in NE | Heavy rain causes some flooding in Pittsburgh

Snow misses Seattle, but watch out later this week

Weather Service confirms tornado tracks in Arkansas

Weather reports map out all the scenarios

Katrina Update: New Orleans to offer free Wi-Fi | Katrina survivors plan meeting in New Orleans | Hurricane charity single released | New Orleans weather and live webcam images

Tropical Storm Delta kills 7 in Canary Islands

Warning of treacherous UK roads: Freezing rain will leave roads icy during the Wednesday morning rush hour, the Met Office has warned. | London-area weather and live webcam images

20,000 lose power after storms in Australia

Space News: Asteroid probe’s return journey in doubt | NASA enlists tiny satellites in fight against solar storms

Astronomy Picture of the Day: Horsehead Nebula

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Tuesday: 1. Vancouver 2. Minneapolis/St. Paul 3. Omaha 4. Fargo 5. Seattle … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 29, 2005

D.C. Area warnings, watches; Blizzard traps travelers across Plains; I-70 travelers still stuck; Wind, snow blast Neb.; Low Iowa snow totals; Wind, snow hit Kan.; Minn. snow, rain; Blizzard blog; Seattle snow?; Ice warning after UK blizzard; Tropical Storm Epsilon forms; Delta slams Canary Isl.; 13M Americans made Katrina, Rita donations online; Real Mardi Gras faded long before Katrina; Hurricane reshapes Mexico’s resort scene; Years of big storms likely; Tornado kills Ark. dad; Okla., Tex. wildfires; UK space expertise ‘on the line’

Warnings, watches issued for D.C. Area: Watches/warnings map and storm radar/ loop | Coverage from CapitalWeather.com | D.C. weather/webcam images

Blizzard traps travelers across the Plains: I-70 travelers still stuck in some areas: Schools closed on Eastern Plains | Wind, snow blast Nebraska | Low snow totals expected in Iowa | Wind, snow smack Kansas | A potent fall mix: twisters, blinding snow | Minnesota snow, rain make for a statewide mess | Blogging from the blizzard | Resources: US radar loop | Watches/warnings map and zoom | Snow forecast and snow depth | Storm forecast map | Weather/webcams by city

Snow possible in Seattle area, weather service says | Big snow hitting Utah resorts

Not Just Here: Ice warning after snow blizzard | County ‘will learn’ snow lessons

Tropical Storm Epsilon forms: NHC update

Tropical Storm Delta wreaks havoc on Canary Islands

Hurricanes ’05 Update: 13 million Americans made donations online after Katrina and Rita | Real Mardi Gras faded long before Hurricane Katrina | Hurricane reshapes Mexico’s resort scene | Years of intense storms likely

More Weather News: Arkansas father killed by tornado | High wind drives wildfires in Okla., Texas | Rainy weather welcome after snow storm

Space News: UK space expertise ‘on the line’

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Monday: 1. Fargo 2. Omaha 3. Sioux Falls 4. Reno 5. Minneapolis/St. Paul … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 28, 2005

Major snowstorm causes havoc in heartland; More Mont. snow coming; Storm moves into Minn.; Deadly tornadoes rake Ark.; Parts of Kan. ducked tornadoes; Snowstorm in Sierras, Rockies; N.O. school opens; Tropical Storm Delta aims for Canary Islands; Rise in deadly storms worries researchers; Post-Wilma power outages fuel interest in solar power; Severe winter weather in Europe; Rain, snow halt relief efforts in Pakistan; China quake kills 15, injures more than 450; Iran quake kills 10; Japanese spacecraft to return

Major Snowstorm Causes Havoc In Heartland: Five highway deaths blamed on harsh weather, one from a tornado | More Montana snow on the way; storm breaks record | Winter storm moves into Minnesota | One killed as tornadoes rake Arkansas | Parts of Kansas ducked tornadoes while others struggle with blizzard | Snowstorm in the Sierras and Rockies | Love the dog photo in this one: Blustery storm brings forecast of travel snarls

Katrina Update: New Orleans’ public school opens its doors

Tropical Storm Delta aims for Canary Islands | Get the latest info and images in the red box

Rise in deadly storms worries researchers: Scientists at odds over global warming’s influence on hurricanes

Post-Wilma power outages fuel interest in solar power

Severe winter weather sweeps across Europe | Snow snarls Europe, ski slopes open early | In pictures: Frozen Europe

Quake Wire: Rain, snow halt relief efforts in Kashmir | Earthquake in central China kills 15, injures more than 450 | In Pictures: China quake | Earthquake kills 10 and wounds 50 in Iran | Live quake wire is in the left column of this page

Space News: Japanese spacecraft to start journey home

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Sunday: 1. Kansas City 2. St. Louis 3. Little Rock 4. Fargo 5. Omaha … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 27, 2005

Powerful storms across Plains, Midwest; N. Texas wind, Houston storms; Calif., Midwest snow; Fla.’s 2005 hurricane season: 63 dead, $10.5B in damage; Tropical Storm Delta weakens in Atlantic; From the UK: Hundreds of people stranded by blizzard return home; Fort Worth pictures from Nov.; CBC News announces ‘CBC News: Weather Centre’; East China quake kills 14; Japanese probe collects asteroid samples; 3D sun

Powerful storms Across Plains and Midwest | Storm radar summary | Radar loop | Current watches/warnings map and large version | Weather/webcams by city

North Texas may see 45 mph wind gusts Sunday | N. Fort Worth weather station | Houston sees storms

Snow falls in California and Midwest

Florida’s 2005 hurricane season: 63 dead, $10.5 billion in damage: Florida’s destruction nowhere near La., Miss.

Tropical Storm Delta weakens in Atlantic

From the UK: Hundreds of people who were forced by blizzards and ice to spend the night in emergency shelters have returned home. Story

Fort Worth Pictures From Nov.: The first is looking out from our headquarters (view also available on our live WXnation webcam). The last was taken as a stealth bomber flew over the Texas Motor Speedway for the NASCAR race Nov. 6. All images link to large versions in a new window:

More Weather News: CBC News announces ‘CBC News: Weather Centre’

Quake Wire: Quake in east China kills 14

Space News: Japanese probe collects asteroid samples

Astronomy Picture of the Day: Get out those glasses again if you watched parts of NBC’s ‘Medium’ in 3D last week: 3D sun

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Saturday: 1. Houston 2. Dallas/Fort Worth 3. Toronto 4. Vancouver 5. Buffalo … and on Friday: 1. Buffalo 2. Minneapolis/St. Paul 3. Vancouver 4. Syracuse 5. Chicago … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 25, 2005

Storms could disrupt trip home; Snow makes Thanksgiving Day travel a challenge; Dashing through snow in Great Lakes, Northeast; Humorous headlines; Hurricane evacuees find plenty to be thankful for on Thanksgiving; Heavy snowfall hits parts of UK, More snow forecast in big freeze; Moon over Antarctica pic

Stormy Thanksgiving: Storms could disrupt trip home | Snow makes Thanksgiving Day travel a challenge | Dashing through snow in Great Lakes, Northeast … and some humorous headlines: Rain and snow so take it slow and Taste of snow to go with pumpkin pie | Resources: Current temperatures map, current wind chills and snow depth map | Radars for Great Lakes, NE | US radar loop | Current watches/warnings map | Weather and webcams for Chicago | Grand Rapids | Detroit | Cleveland | Buffalo | Syracuse | Rochester | Pittsburgh | NYC | N.J. | DC | Baltimore | Philly | Hartford | Providence | Boston/Mass./N.H. | Burlington/Vt. | Portland/Me. | All other cities

Hurricane evacuees find plenty to be thankful for on Thanksgiving | Family gives thanks after being displaced by Hurricane Katrina

Heavy snowfall hits parts of UK | More snow forecast in big freeze

Astronomy Picture of the Day: Moon over Antarctica

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Thanksgiving Day: 1. Buffalo 2. Toronto 3. Cleveland 4. Syracuse 5. Pittsburgh … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 24, 2005

Happy Thanksgiving!; Snowy, cold, windy day across Great Lakes, Northeast; Feet of snow expected in W. NY; Winter storm warning in Cleveland; Another blast of snow hits Traverse City area just before holiday; Capital region sees season’s first snow; Britain braced for heavy snowfall; Tropical Storm Delta forms; Tiny earthquake shakes St. Louis region; Bush’s space plan in danger; Spacecraft lands successfully on asteroid

Happy Thanksgiving!: Have a happy Thanksgiving and holiday weekend!

Snowy, Cold, Windy Day Across Great Lakes, Northeast: Snow to hit Northeast | Feet of snow expected in W. NY | More from WIVB-TV 4, Buffalo | From NY: Thanksgiving travel flows, but it’s cold in parts: Winds nearly ground balloons in New York’s annual parade | From Cleveland: Winter storm warning in effect: Expect high of 29 degrees | From Detroit: Michigan travelers face cold, snowy Thanksgiving Day trek | Seconds anyone?: Another blast of snow hits Traverse City area just before holiday | Weather report: ‘Miserable’ | Capital region sees season’s first snow | DC forecast

Britain braced for heavy snowfall

Tropical Storm Delta forms in Atlantic Ocean

Tiny earthquake shakes St. Louis region

Space News: Bush’s space plan in danger | Spacecraft lands successfully on asteroid

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Wednesday (A Great Lakes-cities sweep!): 1. Detroit 2. Cleveland 3. Toronto 4. Chicago 5. Buffalo … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 23, 2005

Weather set to cause Thanksgiving travel woes; Snow expected in Great Lakes, NE; First snow of season falls on Detroit; Snow possible in Me.; N.H. flood watches; Tropical Storm Delta forms; Residents say levee leaked months before Katrina; FEMA gives hurricane evacuees extra month; Record number of tornadoes come through Tenn.; Taiwan donates $50,000 to Ind. tornado relief; Calm returning to UK’s ‘tornado’ street; Mt. St. Helens rockfall plumes draw notice

Weather Set To Cause Thanksgiving Travel Woes: Travel headaches possible, particularly in Great Lakes, Northeast | First snow of season falls on Metro Detroit | Chicago Thanksgiving may be among coldest in nearly 50 years | Clipper to bring snow, frigid temps to Cleveland | Buffalo road crews prepare | Snow expected in NY for Thanksgiving | Heavy rain, high winds hit Maine; snow possible Thanksgiving | Forecasters: Up to 7 inches of snow likely for parts of NY State | Rainy weather leads to N.H. flood watches: Snow in forecast

Tropical Storm Delta Forms: 25th Tropical Storm Of Record-Breaking Season: May become hurricane soon | More details and images are in the right column

Katrina Update: Residents say levee leaked months before Katrina (Found on CapitalWeather) | FEMA gives hurricane evacuees extra month

Tornado Updates: Record number of tornadoes come through Middle Tennessee | Taiwan donates $50,000 to Indiana tornado relief | From the UK: Calm returning to ‘tornado’ street

Mt. St. Helens rockfall plumes draw notice | Mount St. Helens live webcam

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Tuesday: 1. Toronto 2. Buffalo 3. New York City 4. Vancouver 5. Cleveland … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 22, 2005

Nor’easter approaching NYC, N.J., snow in forecast; Airline stocks drop on weather concerns; Britain about to be blasted by snow, sleet and hail; Honeymooners die in crash during Tropical Storm Gamma; 6,644 still missing after Katrina, toll may rise; Just the facts, says PBS about tonight’s show on Katrina; Feds still pick up tab for debris, state will have to pitch in in 2006; Katrina workers get gifts from Oprah Winfrey; N.C. flooding; Looters hit tornado damaged area in Ind.; Lack of Sierra snow makes many unhappy

Holiday Nor’easter Brewing: Nor’easter approaching NYC, N.J., snow in forecast | NYC forecast | Accuweather: Cold weather coming | Airline stocks drop on weather concerns | Weather and webcams for NYC and N.J.

UK Snowstorm Brewing: Britain about to be blasted by snow, sleet and hail | ‘Snowstorms on way’ for chilly UK | London-area weather/webcams

Honeymooners die in crash during Tropical Storm Gamma

Katrina Update: 6,644 are still missing after Katrina; toll may rise | Just the facts, says PBS about tonight’s show on Katrina | Feds still pick up tab for debris: But state will have to pitch in next year | Katrina workers get more than $6,000 in gifts from Oprah Winfrey Show

Rains cause flooding, traffic troubles in N.C.

Looters hit tornado damaged area in Indiana

Lack of Sierra snow making more than just ski fans unhappy

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Monday: 1. New York City 2. New Orleans 3. Orlando 4. Vancouver 5. Atlanta … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 21, 2005

Tropical Storm Gamma weakens into depression, killed 14 in Central America; Thanksgiving day rain/snow mix for DC?; Track takes in tornado refugee horses; Mag: New Orleans, it’s worse than you think; Midwest states unprepared for earthquake; New report predicts huge losses if quake strikes; NASA spacecraft is halfway toward Mars; Japan’s asteroid touchdown fails

Tropical Storm Gamma weakens into depression; killed 14 in Central America: Gamma dissipating | Depression no longer a concern

Thanksgiving Day Rain/Snow Mix For DC?: National Weather Service forecast

Track takes in tornado refugee horses

Mag: New Orleans, it’s worse than you think

Quake Wire: Midwest states unprepared for earthquake | From Montana: New report predicts huge losses if earthquake strikes

Space News: NASA spacecraft is halfway toward Mars | Japan’s asteroid touchdown fails

‘Category 7’ review moved here

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Sunday: 1. Los Angeles 2. New Orleans 3. Toronto 4. Vancouver 5. Orlando … and on Saturday: 1. Miami 2. New Orleans 3. Chicago 4. Vancouver 5. New York City … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 20, 2005

‘Category 7’ Review: Please don’t try this at home

Sure, everyone involved in CBS’s miniseries “Category 7: The End of the World,” which aired earlier this month, must have known it was ridiculous: The many references to a “Category 7” hurricane; the fact the same system responsible for the destruction of Chicago was reforming over Detroit more than a week later; the ability to switch off a hurricane with 400 mph winds; and as long as the air temperature was at or below 79.2 degrees, it would completely dissipate faster than a commercial break, leaving sunlight and birdsong.

I hope everyone realized the most ridiculous thing about this movie was the characters’ constant need to get into a vehicle and drive in the middle of this monster storm. Isn’t it funny how the path of destruction leaves just enough room for a truck to get through? In reality, getting into a vehicle is about as smart as deciding to do some kite-flying amid such a storm. You wouldn’t see me grabbing the keys — unless it’s days before an impending storm and well before many people decide to evacuate.

Another “low-light” of the miniseries was when a couple of weather nerds, who are supposed to know better, tried to pick up a downed utility pole. Sure, that would provide them with an escape from the storm — by electrocution.

As usual, the really bad guys die the most horrendous deaths, and one really good guy dies heroically. What I wasn’t expecting to see: Brenda from “90210” hook up with the crazy tornado-chaser, played by Randy Quaid. Romance must make its way in to every miniseries, even when “the end of the world” is in the title.

If there’s a “Category 8” next May, will I watch? Sure, if only to see whether the jerky camera zooms make me even more nauseous. I haven’t been that seasick since I stopped watching “NYPD Blue.”

Believably: Tropical Depression strength (and this is being generous)
Comedy/Entertainment Value: Weak Category 1 hurricane strength

Arrow‘Category 6: Day of Destruction’ review

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November 19, 2005

6.5-magnitude quake hits Indonesia; Tropical Storm Gamma douses C. America; Forecast track moves east, storm expected to miss S. Florida; Hall of Famer loses house in Ky. tornado; Wisc. farmers can get feds’ tornado loans; Tenn. governor requests federal help for counties hit by tornadoes; Foghorns in Seattle get a workout; International Space Station sightings possible in US; Space station crew shifts lifeboat

Quake Wire: 6.5-magnitude quake hits Indonesia: No immediate reports on casualties, tsunami | Info from USGS and more resources in the National/International page | Quake news | Live quake wire is in the left column of this page

Weather News: Tropical Storm Gamma douses Central America | Forecast track moves east, storm expected to miss S. Florida | Get the latest info and images in the red column | Other Computer Models: Wunderground | AccuWeather | StormTrack images | Others (‘Frame 1 or 2 links’)

Hall of Famer loses house in Kentucky tornado

Wisc. farmers can get feds’ tornado loans | Tenn. governor requests federal help for counties hit by tornadoes

From Seattle: Foghorns getting a workout

Space News: International Space Station sightings possible in US. Image posted at SpaceWeather.com

Space station crew shifts lifeboat

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Friday: 1. Buffalo 2. Toronto 3. Los Angeles 4. Traverse City 5. Syracuse … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 18, 2005

Tropical Storm Gamma forms off C. America, may impact Fla.; Sons save mom overseas with webcam; Winter storms into parts of Ohio; Roadways still treacherous in snowbelt; Snow blamed as Michigan crash kills 3 children; Early alerts of tornadoes likely saved lives; Cancun’s cure begins; U2’s the Edge aids New Orleans musicians; Quake hits Mass.; Strong 6.9M quake rocks Chile and Bolivia; Can Earth’s seismic radio help predict quakes?

Tropical Storm Gamma Forms, May Impact Florida: Tropical Storm Gamma forms off Central America | Resources in red column: Latest advisory and track, which suggests landfall in S. Florida by Monday

World Of Webcams: Sons save mom overseas with webcam

Weather News: Winter storms into parts of Ohio | Roadways still treacherous in snowbelt

Snow blamed as Michigan crash kills 3 children

Early alerts of tornadoes likely saved lives

Hurricanes ’05 Update: Cancun’s cure begins: Hotel workers busy rebuilding storm-stricken tourist mecca | U2’s the Edge aids New Orleans musicians

Quake Wire: Earthquake felt in Mass.: No reports of damage or injuries | USGS info | Strong 6.9M quake rocks Chile and Bolivia | Can Earth’s seismic radio help predict quakes? | Live quake info is in the left column of this page…

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Thursday: 1. Buffalo 2. Traverse City 3. Cleveland 4. Syracuse 5. Toronto … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 17, 2005

3 die in Iowa’s first snow of season; Chicago’s first snow leaves little trace; N. Ont. snow, winds give first taste of winter; Nov.: 2nd tornado season; Study: Rising sea levels threaten NJ; Tropical depression weakens after damaging Windward Isles; Katrina victims yet to be ID’d; Local officials balk at FEMA’s hotel deadline; Location of 287 sex offenders unknown; Hurricanes cost Texas $1.4B; Church world service marks 1-month anniversary of Pakistan quake; New satellite program faces major delays; NASA envisions commercial flights

Weather News: 3 die in Iowa’s first snow of the season

Chicago’s first snow of the season leaves little trace

From N. Ontario: Snow, winds give first taste of wintry weather

November: Second tornado season

Rising sea levels threaten New Jersey – study

Tropical depression weakens after damaging Windward Isles

Hurricanes ’05 Update: Katrina victims yet to be identified| Local officials balk at FEMA’s hotel deadline | Location of 287 sex offenders unknown | Hurricanes have cost Texas $1.4 billion

Quake Update: Church world service marks one-month anniversary of Pakistan earthquake

Space News: New satellite program faces major delays | NASA envisions commercial flights

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Wednesday: 1. Marquette 2. Minneapolis/St. Paul 3. Chicago 4. Grand Rapids 5. Green Bay … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 16, 2005

Midwest storms bring ‘major destruction’; Tornadoes destroy homes; 1 dead in Kentucky; Storms cause damage in parts of Ind., kill 1; Wind damage forces nursing home evacuation; Storms head for East Coast; Risk of flooding in Toronto; Mudslides from tropical depression kill 2; Colder Texas: temps in the 40s in Houston; Wind/snow expected in N. Minn.; Landmark Bismarck weather beacon on the blink; Cat. 4 in Maryland?; Weather Channel to re-broadcast 2005 hurricanes special Friday; Robot’s shadow on asteroid pic

Midwest storms bring ‘major destruction’: Thunderstorms, tornadoes destroy homes; one dead in Kentucky | From Indianapolis: Strong storms cause damage in parts of state, kill 1: Several homes destroyed; tornadoes suspected | From Detroit: Wind damage forces nursing home evacuation: 10,000 without power | Tuesday’s storm reports map

Storms head for East Coast: Current watches/warnings map and Satellite/radar and webcam images | Wunderground radar loop | Weather.com thunderstorm forecast

From Toronto: Severe weather patterns bring risk of flooding | Toronto-area weather and webcams

Tropical News: Mudslides kill 2, ruin 3 houses as The Grenadines, St. Vincent hit by tropical depression

Colder News: From Houston: Severe weather arrives ahead of temperatures in the 40s | Cold front leaves Texas with cold, dry weather

Wind/snow expected in N. Minnesota

Landmark downtown-Bismarck weather beacon on the blink

What if a Category 4 hurricane hit Maryland (Saw story at CapitalWeather.com)

The Weather Channel to re-broadcast ‘Season of Fury – Hurricanes 2005’ on Friday

Space News: Astronomy Picture of the Day: A robot’s shadow on asteroid Itokawa (I say it looks like a Canadian flag…)

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Tuesday: 1. Indianapolis 2. Nashville 3. Louisville 4. Memphis 5. Omaha … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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November 15, 2005

Severe storms with tornadoes possible from Deep South to Great Lakes; Tiny tsunamis hit Japan’s coast after quake: Magnitude 6.9 earthquake shakes northern part of country; Whiteout conditions shut down I-70 in Colo.; Panel suggests Hurricane Katrina be named Time’s Person of the Year; Tropical Depression grinds through Caribbean; Iowans recovering from rare Nov. tornadoes; Strong winds lead to bridge closure, outages

Severe Storms With Tornadoes Possible From Deep South To Great Lakes: Headed across Indy into Ohio, also moving across Kentucky, Tenn.: Current US watches/warnings map and latest news | Live Streaming Video/Coverage: WTVF-TV 5, Nashville | WAVE-TV 3, Louisville | WLWT-TV 5, Cincinnati | WCMH-TV 4, Columbus | WRTV-TV 6, Indianapolis; story | KSDK-TV, St. Louis | Radar Images: Storm summary N and S | Wunderground radar loop | Weather/Live Webcams: Nashville | Louisville | Indy | Cincinnati | Columbus | All other cities | Forecasters say violent weather possible in Mississippi on Tuesday | Weather.com thunderstorm forecast

Tiny tsunamis hit Japan’s coast after quake: Magnitude 6.9 earthquake shakes northern part of country | Latest stories | Data from USGS | Live quake wire in the left column of this page, and more resources in our National/International page.

Other Weather News: From Denver: Whiteout conditions shut down I-70: Snow to end by Tuesday morning

Panel suggests Hurricane Katrina be named Time’s Person of the Year

Tropical Depression 27 grinds through Caribbean. Get the latest info in the red column

Iowans recovering from rare Nov. tornadoes | Tornado debris cleanup studied

Strong winds lead to bridge closure, outages: Winds reported up to 75 mph near Mackinac Bridge Sunday

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Monday: 1. Denver 2. New Orleans 3. Minneapolis/St. Paul 4. Dallas/Fort Worth 5. Fargo … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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