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March 31, 2006

Storms approach Indy, Detroit; Tornadoes, severe storms possible Friday from Tenn. to Mich., Ohio; Plains residents flee tornado, fires; One injured when tornado touches down in SE Kansas; Damage reports pour in as storms hit Omaha; Iowa storms knock out power, down trees; Storms south of Red River; N. Texas storms possible through weekend; SF sets March rain record; Record rains cause landslide worries; Heavy showers, storms sweep Hawaii; Most snow in 35 years; New Orleans recovery could take 25 years; Housing shortage could leave evacuees homeless; Museum opens 1906 quake exhibit; Poll: Calif. believes big quake coming; Alaska most quake-prone; Eclipse pic

6:30 p.m. EST Storm Update: Thunderstorm warnings approach Indianapolis and Detroit … Stories for Indy and Detroit; and weather and live webcams for Indy and Detroit

Posted at 12:19 a.m. EST: Severe Weather Friday: Severe storms possible Friday from Tennessee to Ohio | Watches/warnings map | Radar loop | Live weather and webcam images (Also listed in the left column)

Thursday’s Storms: Plains residents flee tornado, fires | One injured when tornado touches down in southeast Kansas | Damage reports pour in as strong storms push through Omaha | Storms in Iowa knock out power, down trees | Thunderstorms strike just south of Red River; N. Texas storms possible Friday, through weekend

Other Weather News: SF sets March rain record

Record rains cause landslide worries in Sausalito

Heavy showers, storms sweep through Hawaii

Alpine Meadows records most snow in 35 years

Katrina Update: New Orleans recovery could take 25 years | Housing shortage could leave evacuees homeless

Quake Wire: Museum opens exhibit about 1906 earthquake | Poll finds most Californians believe big quake is coming | Alaska, not California, most quake-prone

Space: APoD: Total solar eclipse

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Thursday: 1. Oklahoma City 2. Kansas City 3. Omaha 4. Wichita 5. Dallas/Fort Worth … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page

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March 30, 2006

Tornado warning in Des Moines area, sighting in Omaha; Severe weather outbreak forecast for Thursday into Friday from Texas to the Ohio Valley; Strong storms possible in Texas, Okla., Kansas, Ark., Mo.; Chance of showers lingers through weekend for L.A.; Now-former Weather Channel expert Paul Kocin gets his props; ‘Ground Zero’ webcam goes live; Applause, prayers and dancing at total solar eclipse; Eclipse photographed by space station crew; Eclipse image gallery; Top 10 space movies

Update: Tornado warning in Des Moines area | Weather and live webcams for Des Moines | Earlier: Tornado warning, sighting in Omaha | Weather and live webcams for Omaha

Posted at 12:06 a.m. Thursday: Severe Weather Outbreak Today, Friday: Severe weather outbreak forecast for Thursday into Friday from Texas to the Ohio Valley | Strong storms possible in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Arkansas, and Missouri

Resources: Current watches and warnings map | Radar loop and Storm Prediction Center outlooks | Live Weather Plus video from Dallas/Fort Worth and St. Louis | Weather and live webcam images for: Dallas/Fort Worth, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Wichita, Little Rock, Kansas City, Springfield, Mo., St. Louis, and all other cities (Also listed in the left column)

More Rain: Chance of showers lingers through weekend for L.A.

Weather Channel Expert Exit: CapitalWeather.com gives the now-former Weather Channel expert Paul Kocin his props

World Of Webcams: ‘Ground Zero’ webcam goes live: See it in the NYC page (listed under ‘Project Rebirth’)

Space News:

Image of March 29, 2006, eclipse, courtesy NASA TV. Links to more images, info.

Applause, prayers and dancing at eclipse of the sun

Eclipse photographed by space station crew

Solar eclipse image gallery

Space.com’s Top 10 space movies

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Wednesday: 1. Houston 2. Dallas/Fort Worth 3. Honolulu 4. Los Angeles 5. Oklahoma City … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page

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March 29, 2006

Live webcasts of Wednesday’s total solar eclipse; Japan’s seeks to end ban on defense use of space; Powerful storm socks S. Calif.; Soggy spring on pace to drown Bay Area records; Storms drench Austin, spark fires; Rain for N. Texas, severe storms possible Thurs.; Tourism officials concerned about bad weather’s impact on Hawaii; Residents in Hawaii stock up on rain gear, home protection; Meteorologists: New England overdue for big hurricane; New Orleans to be emptied for next storm, officials say; Flood maps likely to miss deadline; Gulf summit focuses on hurricane season; Strong quake jolts Tokyo area; Scientists model ground shaking in 1906 SF quake

Space News: Live webcasts of Wednesday’s total solar eclipse (Time help (Totality will be from about 5:54 to 5:57 a.m. EST; Eclipse not viewable from North America)

Japan’s seeks to end ban on defense use of space

Weather News: Powerful storm socks Southern Calif. | Soggy spring on pace to drown Bay Area records … California weather and webcam resources are in the left menu and the previous entry.

Storms drench Austin, spark fires

Rain for North Texas Wednesday, severe storms possible Thursday | D/FW weather and live webcam images

Tourism officials concerned about bad weather’s impact on Hawaii | Residents in Hawaii stock up on rain gear, home protection | Hawaii weather and live webcam images

Meteorologists: New England overdue for big hurricane

New Orleans to be emptied for next storm, officials say | Flood maps likely to miss deadline | Gulf summit focuses on hurricane season

Quake Wire: Strong earthquake (M6.0) jolts Tokyo area | Scientists model ground shaking in 1906 SF earthquake | Live quake data is in the right column of this page. More resources are in our National/International page.

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Tuesday: 1. Los Angeles 2. Houston 3. Austin 4. Dallas/Fort Worth 5. San Antonio … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page

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March 28, 2006

California, Hawaii Soaking, Part ?: Record-breaking rainfall, more wind forecast for Bay Area; Rain likely to douse San Diego Tuesday; Hawaii rain just won’t go away; Heavy rain, flash flooding possible in parts of Texas; Record cold morning set in Brevard Co., Fla.; Earthquake risk rattles Allstate; Top 15 skylines; NASA restarts canceled asteroid mission

California, Hawaii Soaking, Part ?: California, Hawaii to get more heavy rain Tuesday | Record-breaking rainfall hits Bay Area: Record for March precipitation is 23 days, set in 1904. | More wind forecast for Bay Area | Rain likely to douse San Diego Tuesday | Resources: Current watches and warnings map | Radar loop | Live Weather Plus video from Bay Area, L.A. and San Diego (Click “Video” tabs) | Weather and webcam images for the Bay Area, L.A., San Diego, Sacramento, Fresno, and all cities

Hawaii rain just won’t go away | Hawaii weather and live webcam images

Other Weather News: Heavy rain, flash flooding possible in parts of Texas … Look under Texas in left column for your nearest city’s weather and live webcam images

Record cold morning set in Brevard Co., Fla.

Quake Wire: Earthquake risk rattles Allstate … Live quake data is in the right column of this page.

Off Topic: Top 15 skylines (found on Fimoculous)

Space News: NASA restarts canceled asteroid mission

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Monday: 1. Los Angeles 2. Honolulu 3. Dallas/Fort Worth 4. San Francisco 5. Indianapolis … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page

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March 27, 2006

Wyoming crash in blizzard conditions kills at least 6, I-80 closed; Hurricane Rita not as strong as first thought, report says; More rain: Storm due to hit Bay Area Mon.; Heavy rain may hit D/FW Monday night, Tuesday; Mo. farmers address tornado damage; Rain possible on Mon. in Okla., more likely later in the week; Time: The climate is crashing, and global warming is to blame; Record low temperatures at Palm Beach Int’l Airport

Wyoming crash in blizzard conditions kills at least 6, I-80 closed

Rita Update: Hurricane Rita not as strong as first thought, report says

Flashback: WXnation Wire post on day of Hurricane Rita’s landfall

Weather News: More rain: Storm due to hit Bay Area Monday

Missouri farmers address tornado damage

Heavy rain may hit Dallas/Fort Worth Monday night, Tuesday | Dallas/Fort Worth weather and live webcam images

Rain possible on Monday in Oklahoma, more likely later in the week

Time: The climate is crashing, and global warming is to blame

Record low temperatures at Palm Beach International Airport: Sunday morning’s low was 47 degrees

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Sunday: 1. Honolulu 2. Los Angeles 3. Vancouver 4. Dallas/Fort Worth 5. New York City … and on Saturday: 1. Honolulu 2. San Francisco 3. Reno 4. Los Angeles 5. Dallas/Fort Worth … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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March 25, 2006

Spring, storms in C. Plains return next week; Storms, storms, storms for D/FW; Rain, snow, thunderstorms for Chicago; Strange weather system clouds parts of Hawaii, Tornado damage is $50,000; Weather un-springlike in Gainesville, Fla.; Doctors, patients protest state refusal to reopen major New Orleans hospital; Navy ship being built with WTC steel survived Hurricane Katrina; Next big quake? Maybe east of Bay Area; Quake shakes Fiji Islands; New left-nav menu

Spring Storms Return: Spring, storms in C. Plains return next week

In Dallas/Fort Worth’s forecast: Storms, storms, storms beginning Sunday night | Dallas/Fort Worth weather and live webcam images

In Chicago’s forecast: Rain, snow, thunderstorms | Chicago weather and live webcam images

Other Weather News: Strange weather system clouds parts of Hawaii: Weather expert explains hail, thunderstorms, tornadoes | Tornado damage is $50,000 | Hawaii weather and live webcam images

Weather un-springlike in Gainesville, Florida | NWS forecast

Katrina Update: Doctors, patients protest state refusal to reopen major New Orleans hospital | Navy ship being built with WTC steel survived Hurricane Katrina | New Orleans weather and live webcam images

Quake Wire: Next big quake? Maybe east of Bay Area | Strong earthquake shakes Fiji Islands

New Left-Nav Menu: Finally, a small site announcement: The left navigation menu has been updated to provide a breakdown of city pages by state and then city. Hopefully you will find the new menu easier to use.

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Friday: 1. Honolulu 2. Vancouver 3. San Francisco 4. Knoxville 5. Indianapolis … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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March 24, 2006

60 mph wind gusts in Salt Lake City’s forecast; Lows early Friday in San Antonio, 32; D/FW, 30; OKC, 23; Severe weather outbreak possible next Wed., Thurs. in S. Central U.S.; Army Corps faulted on New Orleans levees; Red Cross probes Katrina misconduct, theft; Mayor Nagin says New Orleans is better prepared; Secret caverns control Dallas flooding; Jail prepares to unveil webcam; New rocket fails on its maiden launch; New Mars probe sends back view from orbit

60 Mph Wind Gusts In Salt Lake City’s Forecast: High wind watch in SLC: Gusts up to 60 mph Saturday afternoon

Cold Night Update: The lows for the following cities early Friday:
San Antonio: 32
Austin: 33
Dallas/Fort Worth: 30
Oklahoma City: 23

Severe Weather Outbreak Possible Next Wed., Thurs. In S. Central U.S.: Storm Prediction Center outlook map

Katrina Update: Army Corps faulted on New Orleans levees | Red Cross probes Katrina misconduct, theft | Mayor Nagin says New Orleans is better prepared

Secret caverns control Dallas flooding

World Of Webcams: Jail prepares to unveil webcam

Space News: New rocket fails on its maiden launch | New Mars probe sends back view from orbit

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Thursday: 1. Oklahoma City 2. Honolulu 3. Miami 4. Dallas/Fort Worth 5. West Palm Beach … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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March 23, 2006

Cold Marches On: Spring freeze warnings way down in San Antone; Temps at or below freezing Fri. morning in Austin, D/FW, Jackson; OKC temp may dip to 23; Tornadoes in S. Florida; 6 months after Hurricane Rita: Progress, but much to do; Houston to get $40M for hurricane housing; Rain might take weekend break in Hawaii; Snow falls across Okla.; After big drought worries, NW snowpack rebounds; Melting ice sheets could spur oceans’ rise: study; Thurs. was World Meteorological Day; Moon seen from North Pole e-mail hoax; 2nd probe ordered in Kennedy Space Center accident; Spacewalks halted

Cold Marches On: Spring Freeze Warnings Way Down In San Antone: San Antonio may drop to freezing mark early Friday. Other cities near or below freezing Friday morning include Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth and a low of 23 forecast for Oklahoma City. Also near freezing: Jackson, Miss. | Resources: U.S. temperatures and wind chill values | Watches/warnings map | Weather and live webcams for San Antonio, Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, Oklahoma City, Jackson

S. Florida Storms: Tornadoes confirmed as storms lash South Florida

Rita, Katrina Updates: Six months after Hurricane Rita: Progress, but much to do | Houston to get $40 million for hurricane housing

Other Weather News: Rain might take a weekend break in Hawaii

Snow falls across much of Oklahoma: Up to 3 inches of snow fell at locations in central, northern and southern Oklahoma.

A year after big drought worries, Northwest snowpack rebounds

Melting ice sheets could spur oceans’ rise: study

Cyclone spooks creatures in Australia

CapitalWeather.com reminds me that Thursday was World Meteorological Day

Space News: Moon seen from North Pole e-mail hoax

2nd probe ordered in Kennedy Space Center accident | Spacewalks halted over handrail issue

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Wednesday: 1. Albuquerque 2. Indianapolis 3. Oklahoma City 4. Honolulu 5. Denver … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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March 22, 2006

Spring snow advisory for most of Okla., parts of Kansas; OKC, Tulsa, Wichita may see 2-3 inches of snow; National Weather Service storm spotters outpace radar; Recent tornadoes spawn increase in storm-spotter trainees; Cyclone Larry victims angry about aid; Hurricane evacuees’ lives still grim; Gov. Perry issues executive order on Texas hurricane evacuations; Several quakes rattle San Francisco Bay Area; Small towns turn to blogs, webcams to attract tourists; NASA launches microsatellites into space

Spring Snow In Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Wichita: Up to 2-3 inches of snow possible across most of Oklahoma and parts of KansasKOCO-TV Weather Blog | Radar loop | Current wind chill values | Weather and live webcams for OKC, Tulsa, and Wichita

The Chase: National Weather Service storm spotters outpace radar | Recent tornadoes spawn increase in storm-spotter trainees

Cyclone Larry Update: Cyclone Larry victims angry about aid

Katrina Update: Hurricane evacuees’ lives still grim

Other Weather News: Gov. Perry issues executive order on Texas hurricane evacuations

Quake Wire: Several earthquakes rattle San Francisco Bay Area | Live quake data is in the right column of this page. Other earthquake resources are in our National/ International page.

World Of Webcams: Small towns turn to blogs, webcams to attract tourists

Space News: NASA launches microsatellites into space

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

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March 21, 2006

Cold start to season; Spring snowstorm update: Storm moves east after dumping snow on Plains; Hits: Nebraska digs out after up to 28 inches of snow fell since Saturday; Additional snowfall to hit Cincinnati this evening; Indy clears roads for trip home; Misses: Metro KC dodges bulk of snow; Glancing blow for St. Louis; Worst weather misses Va., D.C.; Teen famous after blown 1,300 feet by tornado; Hawaii islands again face heavy rain, storms; Remains of two Katrina victims found; 61 people indicted in hurricane scheme; Aid delivered to Australia cyclone-hit area; Heavy rains in Texas could ease drought

Cold Start To Spring: Current U.S. temperatures and wind chill values (Below zero in Chicago)

Spring Snowstorm Update: Storm moves east after dumping snow on Plains

Hits: Nebraska digs out after up to 28 inches of snow fell since Saturday evening | Additional snowfall to hit Cincinnati during evening rush hour | Indy clears roads for trip home

Misses: Metro KC dodges bulk of snow storm | Glancing blow for St. Louis | Worst weather misses Virginia and D.C.

Tornado Toss: Teen famous after blown 1,300 feet by tornado

Heavy Rain Forecast For Hawaii: Hawaii islands again face heavy rain, thunderstorms

Katrina Update: Remains of two Hurricane Katrina victims found: About 1,100 deaths have now been blamed on Katrina in Louisiana; 231 in Mississippi. | 61 people indicted in hurricane scheme

Cyclone Larry Update: Aid delivered to Australia cyclone-hit area: An estimated 7,000 people lost their homes in Cyclone Larry.

Drought Buster?: Heavy rains last weekend in Texas could ease drought

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

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March 20, 2006

Spring’s here, so is winter storm sweeping across US: 5 deaths blamed on storm; 25 inches of snow reported in Nebraska; 4 inches of snow possible for Columbus, Ohio; Snow, freezing rain in Cincinnati’s forecast; Winter storm aims at C. Ind.; Snow, sleet heads for KC, St. Louis; Tornado forms live on Okla. TV; Snow closes I-90 in S.D.; Heavy snow in MT; D.C. winter advisory; NE Australia starts cyclone clean-up; Larry weakens, Wati strengthens; Flooding rains in D/FW leave 1 dead; Springfield, Ill. power on week after tornadoes; US NE due for major hurricane: AccuWeather; 330 sex offenders fail to re-register following Katrina, Rita; NASA radar plane gauges Arctic snow layer; Experts: Changing climate threatening development

It’s spring, but

Winter Storm Moving Across US: Nebraska, Ill., Iowa: 5 deaths blamed on storm; 25 inches of snow reported in central Nebraska | Up to foot of snow forecast for parts of Iowa | Blizzard Warning For C. Illinois (Same area hit by tornadoes March 12)

Ind., Ohio Valley: Winter storm warning, up to 4 inches of snow possible for Columbus, Ohio | Snow, freezing rain in Cincinnati’s forecast | Winter storm aims at Central Indiana

Mo., Kansas, Okla.: Snow, sleet heads for KC: Winter storm warning in effect until Tuesday morning | St. Louis prepares for winter storm | Spring storm begins dumping snow on western Kansas | Heavy snow expected in parts of Oklahoma, but first, a tornado forms live on KOCO-TV

S.D., Montana: Snow closes half I-90 in S.D. | Storm dumps wet, heavy snow across Montana

D.C.: D.C. winter weather advisory issued: Snow expected Tuesday morning | Coverage from WRC-TV and CapitalWeather.com

Resources: Radar loop | Watches/warnings map | Stories | Streaming video from Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, St. Louis, D.C., and more | Weather/live webcams by city

Cyclone Larry Update: Northeastern Australia starts cyclone clean-up | Larry weakens, Wati strengthens

Other Weather News: Flooding rains in Dallas/Fort Worth leave 1 dead, submerge homes, apartments

Springfield, Ill. Power completely restored one week after tornado touchdowns

US Northeast due for major hurricane: AccuWeather

330 sex offenders fail to re-register following Katrina, Rita

NASA radar plane gauges Arctic snow layer

Experts: Changing climate threatening development

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Sunday: 1. Dallas/Fort Worth 2. Omaha 3. Denver 4. Austin 5. Rapid City … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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March 19, 2006

Dallas/Fort Worth flooding: Some areas see more than 9 inches of rain; Winter storm warnings cover several Plains states; Hawaiian island braces for more heavy rain; Thousands flee Australia’s ‘Hurricane Katrina’; FEMA may ask for some hurricane aid money back; Hurricane poll: Worry, readiness high in Ala.; Report: La. more insured than any other state for flooding; Okla. leads nation in tornado damage; New radar system takes guesswork out of twisters

Flash Flood Warnings For Dallas/Fort Worth: Story | Weather Plus video stream (Video tab) | Dallas rainfall totals: Up to 9.61 inches | Watches/warnings map | Radar | Loop | Severe weather potential in Texas today; across the South on Monday (First mentioned here last Thursday | Weather and live webcams for DFW and other cities | WXnation Station in far north Fort Worth has recorded 2.29 inches of rain today through 9 p.m. CST., and 2.95 inches since early Saturday.

Winter Storm Warnings Cover Several Plains States: Up to 2 feet of snow possible in some places | Stories | NWS Watches/warnings map | Radar loop | Weather and webcams by state/city

More Rain: Hawaiian island braces for more heavy rain | Hawaii weather and live webcam images

Australia’s Hurricane Katrina?: Thousands along Australia’s northeast coast flee Cyclone Larry, expected to be the worst storm to hit the area in decades. Authorities have compared the Larry to Hurricane Katrina | Satellite image | More stories

Katrina Update: FEMA may ask for some hurricane aid money back | Hurricane poll: Worry, readiness high in Alabama | Report: Louisiana more insured than any other state for flooding

Other Weather News: Oklahoma leads nation in tornado damage

New radar system takes guesswork out of twisters

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Saturday: 1. Dallas/Fort Worth 2. Oklahoma City 3. Los Angeles 4. Omaha 5. Houston … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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March 18, 2006

‘It Could Happen Tomorrow’: San Diego-area wildfire review; Fort Worth implosion images; Watches issued as winter storm approaches Colo.; Next storm, significant snow expected in Reno/Tahoe area Monday; About 1,500 homes damaged in last weekend’s tornado outbreak; Thieves strike after tornado damages homes; Rain, sleet pelt charred Texas Panhandle; One of Mars rover’s wheels stops working

‘It Could Happen Tomorrow’: San Diego-Area Wildfire Review: Airing Sunday evening, the San Diego-area wildfire episode of “It Could Happen Tomorrow” takes a look at the destruction a massive wildfire would cause if it were to rage from 30 miles east of San Diego all the way to the affluent La Jolla and the Pacific Ocean within 36 hours.

The episode includes interviews with residents who mention their greater fear of a tsunami than wildfires, but the show uses footage from 2003 to show that a wildfire could prove more destructive. In the fall of 2003, a wildfire burned to within 10 miles of San Diego, and destroyed thousands of homes before winds from the southeast shifted.

The show suggests “it could happen tomorrow” if those Santa Ana winds persist for a few days, and explains the amount of evacuation time residents would have. Focusing on the Scripps Ranch and La Jolla subdivisions, the episode also offers plenty of wildfire video from recent years and commentary from experts.

As many know, the Texas Panhandle has just experienced wildfires that have left an area the size of Delaware charred. It seems inevitable that, one day, a wildfire could enter a major U.S. city.

In this year of drought and wildfires from the Southwest to the East Coast, the episode offers useful information. One tip: Don’t go for the garden hose, hoist yourself up on the roof and play firefighter. As one expert noted, he doesn’t know of any home that’s more valuable than a life.

The episode airs March 19, at 9:30 p.m. EST on The Weather Channel.

Fort Worth Implosion: (Image links to large version in a new window)

The 30-story Landmark Tower, built in the 1950s and the tallest building in Fort Worth at the time [1958 pic/more old photos], was brought down at 7:40 a.m. Saturday, 20 minutes early because of a nearby storm. A revolving clock on its roof quit working in 1988. Images of the dust cloud, left after the largest-ever implosion in Texas, were taken from Sylvania in N. Fort Worth.

Story/Video: Fort Worth implosion goes off without a hitch (Videos from the air and ground inside)

Weather News: Watches issued as winter storm approaches Colorado: Significant snow possible by Monday … Weather and live webcam images for Denver-area and W. Colorado

From Reno: Next storm, significant snow expected Monday

About 1,500 homes damaged in last weekend’s tornado outbreak

Thieves strike after tornado damages homes

Rain, sleet pelt charred Texas Panhandle

Space News: One of Mars rover’s wheels stops working

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Friday: 1. Dallas/Fort Worth 2. Los Angeles 3. Savannah 4. New York City 5. Reno … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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March 17, 2006

NOAA releases spring outlook; Winter storm warning for SD, NE; Storms, heavy rain, implosion this weekend in Fort Worth, Texas; Winter storm heads east; Snow causes plane to skid off MSP runway; Weather blamed for Stafford, Va., plane crash that killed 4 last month; What’s causing earthquakes beneath Lake Erie?; Evidence for Universe expansion found; APoD: The Big Dipper cluster

NOAA Releases Spring Outlook: NOAA Announces U.S. spring outlook: Drought and wildfire concerns highlighted for April through June; Precipitation/temperature outlook maps included: Drought map | Wildfire potential map

Winter Storm Warning For South Dakota, Nebraska: A foot or more of snow possible | Rapid City-area weather and live webcam images

Heavy Rain, Building Coming Down: Storms, heavy rain, and the implosion of a 30-story landmark this weekend in Fort Worth, Texas: Dallas/Fort Worth weather and webcam images

Other Weather News: Winter storm heads east

Snow causes plane to skid off MSP runway

Weather blamed for Stafford, Va., plane crash that killed 4 last month

What’s causing earthquakes beneath Lake Erie?

Space News: Evidence for Universe expansion found

APoD: The Big Dipper cluster

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Thursday: 1. Chicago 2. Minneapolis/St. Paul 3. Milwaukee 4. Houston 5. San Francisco … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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March 16, 2006

Late winter storm heads for NE, heavy rain continues in Hawaii; Severe storms may form Sun., Mon. in Texas, La.; Texas wildfires update: 840,000 acres burned since Sun.; Windy days, cool nights expected across Okla.; NWS issues wildfire warning in Md., Va.; Next storm expected to hit San Diego County Fri. bringing up to 1.5 inches of rain; LA Marathon planners hope to dodge rain; C., S. Minn., SW Wisc. experience 2nd round of heavy snow in week; Up to a foot of snow falls in Mohawk Valley, NY, schools close; Tornado outbreak update; Drought to affect Kenya for years; NASA seeks customers for space shuttle runway; NASA reviews canceled asteroid mission

NE Winter Storm, Texas, La. Severe Storms Ahead?: AccuWeather: Late winter storm heads for Northeast; Heavy rain continues in Hawaii | Storm Prediction Center: Severe storms may break out in parts of Texas, Louisiana Sunday or Monday | Resources: NWS watches/warnings map | Weather/live webcams by state/city

Wildfires Update: Latest Texas wildfires stories: 840,000 acres burned since Sunday | Windy days, cool nights expected across Oklahoma | National Weather Service issues wildfire warning in Md., Va. | Weather and webcam images for Amarillo and Lubbock

More Storms: Next storm expected to hit San Diego County Friday evening bringing up to 1.5 inches of rain | LA Marathon planners hope to dodge rain | After pleasantly mild winter, C., S. Minnesota, SW Wisconsin experiencing second round of heavy snow in a week | Up to a foot of snow falls in Mohawk Valley, New York; schools closed | Resources: Current watches and warnings map | Radar loop | Live Weather Plus video from Bay Area, L.A. and San Diego (Click “Video” tabs) | Weather and webcam images for the Bay Area, L.A., San Diego, Sacramento, Fresno, Reno, and all cities

Other Weather News: Latest tornado outbreak stories

Drought to affect Kenya for years

Space News: NASA seeks customers for space shuttle runway | NASA reviews canceled asteroid mission

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Wednesday: 1. Minneapolis/St. Paul 2. Reno 3. Honolulu 4. Syracuse 5. Salt Lake City … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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