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April 29, 2006

Tornado warning north of New Orleans; Storms bring rain, hail, up to 100 mph wind gust to N. Texas; Houston area under tornado watch; More storms today, this time in E. Texas and to the north and east; Rain chances to continue across Okla.; NHC alert that Tropical Depression 1 formed in the Caribbean mistakenly issued; Rain delays drought declaration in S.C.; InPhonic, WeatherBug sign agreement; Webcam records birth of B.C. eagle chick; NASA cloud satellites blast off; Discovery will fly without additional fuel-tank changes; Skylab over earth image

10:30 p.m. CDT Update: Tornado warning north of New Orleans (St. Tammany Parish) | Radar loop | Weather and webcams for New Orleans area

Weather News: Storms bring rain, hail, up to 100 mph wind gust to North Texas

Houston area under tornado watch | NWS watches/warnings map and live weather and webcam images

More storms today, this time in E. Texas and to the north and east, says AccuWeather and weather.com

Rain chances to continue across Oklahoma

An NHC alert that Tropical Depression 1 had formed in the Caribbean was mistakenly issued Friday afternoon and reported in some local media. Details

Rain delays drought declaration in S.C.

InPhonic, WeatherBug sign agreement

World Of Webcams: Webcam records birth of B.C. eagle chick

Space News: NASA cloud satellites blast off

Discovery will fly without additional fuel-tank changes

Astronomy Picture of the Day: Skylab over earth

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

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April 28, 2006

Tornado warnings leave Dallas Fort Worth area, watches remain; Severe storms drop baseball-sized hail; Severe weather possible in Texas, Okla. overnight; NWS: Rains bring end to drought for now in C. Ill.; NOAA: Drought predicted to persist in South, Southwest through July;3 New Orleans pumps burned up in rainstorm; Businesses stock up on generators before hurricane season; Forest fires in Alberta, Canada; Webcams are new ‘vast wasteland,’ however charming; NASA: Removing roadkill aids astronauts

11:45 p.m. CDT Update: Tornado Warnings Leave Dallas/Fort Worth Area, Watches Remain: More storms moving into North Texas overnight: Watches/warnings map and text list | Regional radar and NWS radar loop | Severe storms drop baseball-sized hail (Live streaming radar inside story) | weather from KXAS-TV 5, DFW | Weather and webcams for Dallas/Fort Worth

Severe Storms In C. Texas: Severe weather possible in Texas, Oklahoma today, tonight, then moving east. | Radar loop and watches/warnings map | C. Texas watches/warnings map | Weather and webcams for Austin | San Antonio | Oklahoma City | Tulsa | All major cities

Drought Buster: NWS: Rains bring end to drought for now in Central Illinois

Continued Drought Elsewhere: NOAA: Drought predicted to persist in South, Southwest through July

Other Weather News: 3 New Orleans pumps burned up in light rainstorm

Businesses stock up on generators before hurricane season

Forest fires in Alberta, Canada

World Of Webcams: Webcams are the new ‘vast wasteland,’ however charming: I try to keep this site as wasteland-free as possible, which isn’t always easy…

Space News: NASA: Removing roadkill aids astronauts

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

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April 27, 2006

Tornadoes in South, S.C., Wednesday; Rain storm in S. Calif., Southwest Thurs. may become severe in Texas by weekend; Senate panel recommends abolishing FEMA; Weather Channel launching first national weather radio network for Spanish language listeners; Sensor glitch prevents NASA launch

Weather News: Tornadoes in South | Severe weather in South Carolina Wed.

Rain in SoCal, Southwest Thursday may lead to severe weather potential in Texas Friday night and over the weekend

Senate panel recommends abolishing FEMA

Weather Channel debuting first national weather radio network for Spanish listeners

Space News: Sensor glitch prevents launch of NASA’s CloudSat, CALIPSO satellites

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Wednesday: 1. New Orleans 2. Atlanta 3. Columbia 4. Los Angeles 5. Charlotte … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page

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April 26, 2006

Severe weather possible in South; SW Mo. eyes water conservation as drought continues; More than 300 mobile homes to aid tornado victims; More tornado videos, some from stormchasers, Mon. in Okla.; In Stillwater, Okla., union used for shelter; Tornado damage beyond downtown Iowa City; Triangle storms; Experts debate beefing up future hurricane warnings; He thinks Reuters was wrong; Hurricane sales tax holiday approved; Popular nightlife spot still a ghost town after Katrina; PGA Tour returns to New Orleans; Man gets life prison term over Rita looting; SoCal rain in forecast; WISN-TV, Milwaukee, launches next generation of weather radar technology; NASA chief eyes 2011 for new spacecraft; NOAA seeks public comment on ACE

Severe South: Gulf Coast states target for severe weather | Current watches/warnings | Weather and webcam images

Severe Weather Updates: Southwest Missouri eyes water conservation as drought continues

More than 300 mobile homes to aid tornado victims

More tornado videos, some from stormchasers, Monday in Oklahoma

In Stillwater, Okla., union used for shelter

Tornado damage beyond downtown Iowa City

Severe weather rolls through Triangle

Tropical News: Experts debate beefing up future hurricane warnings | He thinks Reuters was wrong | Hurricane sales tax holiday approved

Katrina/Rita Updates: Popular nightlife spot still a ghost town after Hurricane Katrina | PGA Tour returns to New Orleans | Man gets life prison term over Rita looting

Other Weather News: Weather system might bring another round of showers to SoCal

WISN-TV, Milwaukee, launches next generation of weather radar technology

Space News: NASA chief eyes 2011 for new spacecraft

ACE measurements of the solar wind flowing past Earth are crucial to space weather forecasts, and there is no plan to replace ACE when the craft ceases to function. NOAA is seeking public comment on this state of affairs.

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

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April 25, 2006

TV news chopper captures Oklahoma tornado; Tornadoes touch down in C. Okla.; Power out in Tulsa area; Storms possible in N. Texas early Tues.; More Black Hills snow causing travel problems; Weakened cyclone missing Darwin; Rain helps relieve drought in Washington D.C. area; Record-breaking rain hits Albany, NY, Long Island Sunday; Maine could face heightened risk of coastal flooding; NASA improves hurricane forecasting

Oklahoma Tornadoes; TV News Chopper Captures One: TV news chopper catches Oklahoma tornado at El Reno Airport (Video inside) | Images from KFOR-TV 4, OKC | Tornadoes touch down in central Oklahoma | Power out in Tulsa area | Current watches and warnings and radar loop | Weather and webcams for Tulsa area

Storms possible early Tuesday across North Texas: Radar loop and Watches, warnings | Weather and live webcam images for Dallas/Fort Worth

More S.D. Snow: More Black Hills snow causing travel problems: 7 to 11 inches of new snow reported

Cyclone Monica Update: Weakened cyclone missing Darwin

Northeast Rain: Rain helps relieve drought in Washington D.C. area

Record-breaking rain hits Albany, NY and Long Island

Maine could face heightened risk of coastal flooding

Space News: NASA improves hurricane forecasting

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Monday (Storms kept it very regional today): 1. Oklahoma City 2. Tulsa 3. Wichita 4. Kansas City 5. Springfield, MO … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page

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April 24, 2006

Major Cyclone Nears Australian City: Northern Territory Island evacuated as Cyclone Monica nears land; Post-storm fuel may remain scarce in 2006 hurricane season; Heavy rain floods out Hotel Marcel in NYC; Heavy rains cause flooding in Conn., baby dies in accident; Stormy weather ignites blazes throughout Raleigh area; Storms possible from N. Texas, SE Kansas to Tenn. Valley Mon. into Tues.; Strong storms near Kansas City; NASA delays launch of 3-D cloud satellites; The solar spectrum pic


Image above courtesy NOAA. Cyclone Monica from Monday, 00:33 UTC. Image links to larger version, details

Major Cyclone Nears Darwin: Northern Territory Island evacuated as Monica nears landCyclone’s wind gusts to 220 mph. Resources: Latest news: News.com.au and Google News | Weather and warnings | Forecast Track | Radar loop | Satellite: Weather.com | AccuWeather | Conditions in Darwin: Australian government | At airport | Weather.com | World Weather | AccuWeather | Bulletins | Discussion: Wunder Blog | Much more coverage from BrendanLoy.com

Other Weather News: Post-storm fuel may remain scarce in 2006 hurricane season

Heavy rain floods out Hotel Marcel in NYC

Heavy rains cause flooding in Conn., baby dies in Merritt accident

Stormy weather ignites blazes throughout Raleigh area

Storms possible from North Texas/SE Kansas to Tennessee Valley Monday into Tuesday: Storm Prediction Center outlooks | NWS watches/warnings map | Weather and live webcam images

Strong storms near Kansas City: Radar loop and Watches, warnings. KC weather and live webcam images

Space News: NASA delays launch of 3-D cloud satellites

Astronomy Picture of the Day: The solar spectrum

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Sunday: 1. Kansas City 2. Wichita 3. St. Louis 4. New York City 5. Springfield, MO … and on Saturday: 1. Charlotte 2. Atlanta 3. Washington, D.C. 4. Detroit 5. Louisville …See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page

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April 22, 2006

Cat. 5 Cyclone Monica to hit Australia; New Orleans Votes: Nagin, Landrieu in runoff; Drought in S. La. worse than most realize; Wet weekend for the Northeast; Storms in N.c.; Warmer temps will bring snow melt, potential flooding after major S.D. snow; Utah flooding possible; Boise River remains at flood stage level; Broken levee causes massive flooding in Calif.; New homes designed to withstand tornadoes, fire; Bob Dylan’s debut on XM Radio to feature weather-related music; From U.K.: Drought goes on despite rainfall; 90-minute movie of solar prominence; Z is for Mars pic

Category 5 Cyclone Monica to hit Northern Territory, Australia: Radar images, loop and more resources

New Orleans Votes: Nagin, Landrieu in runoff | Battered New Orleans votes | Online streaming coverage tonight from these New Orleans stations: WDSU-TV and WWL-TV

La. Drought: Drought in southern Louisiana worse than most realize

Northeast Rain: Wet weekend for the NortheastRadar loop. Weather and webcams by state — listed in the left column

N.C. Storms: Thunderstorm Watch In effect for eastern, central North Carolina

Warmer temps will bring snow melt, potential flooding after major S.D. snow

Similar flooding possible in Utah

Boise River remains at flood stage level

Broken levee causes massive flooding in California

Other Weather News: New homes designed to withstand tornadoes, fire

Tip From CapitalWeather.com: Bob Dylan’s debut as a DJ on XM Satellite Radio on May 3 will feature an hour of weather-related music

From the U.K.: Drought goes on despite rainfall

Space News: 90-minute movie of solar prominence

Astronomy Picture of the Day: Z is for Mars

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Friday: 1. Houston 2. Atlanta 3. New Orleans 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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‘It Could Happen Tomorrow’ Review: Sacramento Floods

Before Hurricane Katrina hit, The Weather Channel series “It Could Happen Tomorrow” was producing an episode about New Orleans flooding in a major hurricane. Then, it happened — before the show got off the ground.

On tomorrow night’s episode of “Tomorrow,” Hurricane Katrina’s floods become the example for a similar scenario in California’s capital, Sacramento.

The city, which sits in the previously flooded Central Valley, has a massive levee system where major rivers converge in the area.

After looking back at the failure of the levees in New Orleans, the show explains how the Sacramento levee system could fail, leaving some homes under more than 15 feet of water.

One of the experts interviewed said that a major flood sparked by heavy snow and heavy tropical rain from the “Pineapple Express” could leave the Central Valley under water, which would stretch 100 miles by 20 miles.

The episode finishes with evacuations and survival tips, which could have gone into more detail with a list of most important survival kit items. One way to increase the odds of survival — have an inflatable raft at the ready, as one couple does should it happen tomorrow.

The episode airs Sunday at 9:30 p.m. EDT on The Weather Channel.

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April 21, 2006

Spring snow brought up to 5 feet to S.D.; Severe weather to develop overnight in Texas; Power outages down from N. Texas storms; Storms, flooding possible through Fri.; Images from N. Texas storms; FEMA re-evaluating evacuees ruled ineligible for assistance; Brush fire conditions persist across N.H.; Strong storms roll through Ark.; 7.7 magnitude quake jolts Russian Far East; Lyrids meteor alert for April 22

Up To 5 Feet Of Snow In S.D.: Spring snow brought up to 5 feet to Plains | Weather and live webcams for SW S.D.

Stormy Texas, Night No. 2: Severe weather to develop overnight across Central Texas | Power outages down from North Texas storms | Storms, flooding possible through Friday

Storm Prediction Center: Chance of severe storms moves east Friday

Resources: Radar image | Watches, warnings map | Storm total precipitation | Video stream from KXAS-TV, Weather Plus | Weather and live webcam images for DFW and Austin

Images From N. Texas Storms, Night No. 1:

The following video stills were taken of severe storms that brought wind gusts to 77 mph early Thursday morning in far north Fort Worth. The first one was taken just after midnight in the middle of a lightning strike:

And here’s a bonus image … of a North Texas sunset from Interstate 35W in Fort Worth, taken on April 14. It links to a large version in a new window:

Other Weather News: FEMA re-evaluating evacuees ruled ineligible for assistance

Brush fire conditions persist across New Hampshire

Strong storms roll through Arkansas

Quake Wire: 7.7 magnitude quake jolts Russian Far East

Space News: Lyrids meteor alert for April 22: 2 a.m. to sunrise

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

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April 20, 2006

NW Plains snowstorm leaves 4 dead, power out, Black Hills get 2 feet of snow; Snow causes calving woes in N.D.; Storms, heavy rain move into N. Texas; Rain on arts festival; C. Texas storms; Ala. stormy night; Iowa City tornado may be ‘record breaker’, Tornadoes damaged more than 1,000 buildings; Streets around storm-damaged tower in Indy reopen; Radar improvements under development; Dust storm forces Chinese to produce rain; 6,000 flee flooding in Romania; 2nd cyclone hits Australia’s NE coast; Newfoundland flooding; USGS releases online Calif. quake maps; Poll: Calif. not worried about ‘big one’; NASA honors Neil Armstrong, OKs atmospheric satellites launch

Northwestern Plains Snowstorm Leaves 4 Dead, Power Out: The Black Hills get 2 feet of snow | Weather and live webcams for SW S.D. | Spring snow causes calving woes in N.D.

Storms, Heavy Rain Move Into North Texas: NWS watches/warnings map: Flash flood watches across area | Radar image and loop with storm tracks | Storm total precipitation: Also, WXnation Weather Station in N. Fort Worth | Video stream from KXAS-TV, Weather Plus | More severe storms possible early next week | All weather and live webcam images

It always seems to rain on Fort Worth’s arts festival

Severe weather rolls through Central Texas Tues. night

Stormy Night In Alabama: NWS watches/warnings map

Record Breaker?: Thursday’s Iowa City tornado may be a ‘record breaker’ | Tornadoes damaged more than 1,000 buildings

Other Weather News: All streets around storm-damaged tower in Indianapolis reopened

Weather radar improvements under development

World Weather: Heavy dust storm forces Chinese to produce rain | More than 6,000 flee flooding in Romania: Thousands more prepare to evacuate | Second cyclone hits Australia’s northeast coast | Newfoundland communities assess damage after flooding

Quake Wire: USGS releases online Calif. quake maps | USGS geologic map of Bay Area | Poll: Californians not worried about the ‘big one’

Space News: NASA honors Neil Armstrong with Moon Rock award | NASA OKs atmospheric satellites launch

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

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April 19, 2006

Tornado warning south of St. Louis; More storms possible Wed. from Texas to Tenn., Ga.; Severe storms possible Fri. and Sat. in same areas; Storm could bring 20 inches of snow to N. Black Hills in W. S.D.; Spring storm dumps snow on W. N.D.; Cooler weather coming to N., C. Texas, Okla.; AccuWeather: Plains likely to see summer drought; Ill. already ahead of annual tornado average; Times-Picayune, Sun Herald win Pulitzers for Katrina coverage; Federal officials urge Md. citizens to prepare for hurricanes; Ala. wants 2-year colleges for shelters; Texas leaders’ emergency plan may defy Perry

Stormy: Tornado warning south of St. Louis | Radar loop | Weather Plus streaming video | More coverage from KMOV-TV 4

More storms possible Wednesday across the South from Texas to Tennessee and Georgia

Severe storms possible Friday and Saturday in same areas

Cold: Storm could bring 20 inches of snow to northern Black Hills in western South Dakota | NWS watches/warnings map, radar loop and Western S.D. weather and live webcam images | Spring storm brings snow to western North Dakota

Cooler: Cooler weather coming to North, Central Texas and Oklahoma

Dry: AccuWeather: Plains likely to see summer drought

Other Weather News: Illinois already ahead of annual tornado average

Times-Picayune, Sun Herald win Pulitzers for Katrina coverage

Federal officials urge Maryland citizens to prepare for hurricanes

Ala. wants 2-year colleges for shelters

From Texas: Local leaders’ emergency plan may defy Perry

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

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April 18, 2006

Rolling blackouts as Texas heats up; DFW reaches 101 degrees Mon., record for April; Record-breaking temperatures expected to continue Tues.; Record-breaking heat grips Okla.; Spring snowstorm hits E. Idaho; Heavy weekend rains lead to flooding in SW Ind.; Weather warnings could soon be issued for cities; 100 year anniversary of 1906 quake: Wild and wacky tales from quake; Study: Bay Area quake would be staggering

Parts Of Texas Go Dark Under Hot Sun: Rolling blackouts as Texas heats up. The WXnation Weather Station in north Fort Worth reached 102.8 degrees Monday. The 101 degree high at D/FW Airport on Monday broke an all-time record for April. Record-breaking temperatures expected to continue Tues. Current U.S. temperatures… More on the Texas heat is in yesterday’s entry.

Record-breaking heat grips Oklahoma

Looking for relief? Might have to read this: Spring snowstorm hits Eastern Idaho

Other Weather News: Heavy weekend rains lead to flooding in SW Indiana

Weather warnings could soon be issued for cities

100 Year Anniversary Of 1906 Earthquake: Wild and wacky tales from the 1906 earthquake | Study: Bay Area quake would be staggering | Study calculates impact of quake | More 1906 quake stories

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Monday: 1. Charlotte 2. Reno 3. Salt Lake City 4. Indianapolis 5. Dallas/Fort Worth … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page

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April 17, 2006

Heat wave sparks rolling blackouts across Texas; Stormy Easter for Illinois: Tornadoes spotted in several counties; Isolated storms move into Carolinas Mon.; More storms possible in Plains, moving into Midwest Tues.; Storms possible in North Texas by Wed.; ’06 tornado season off to fast start, experts say; Sierra storm drops foot of snow; Sun. rain sets record in Sacramento; ‘Rita who?’ Storm’s victims feel overlooked; Brazil floods kill 8, leave 116,000 homeless; 1906 quake centennial events; Solar prominence from SOHO image

Heat Wave Sparks Rolling Blackouts Across Texas: To portect the state’s grid, rolling blackouts hit Dallas/Fort Worth and Austin amid record heat Monday afternoon. It reached 101 degrees at D/FW Airport; 99 degrees in Austin and 99 degrees in San Antonio. Live weather and webcam images for DFW, Austin, and San Antonio

Stormy Easter For Illinois: Tornadoes spotted in several central Illinois counties Sunday | Storms blanket state | Sunday’s storm reports map, data

More Storms Ahead: AccuWeather: Isolated storms move into Carolinas Monday | More storms possible in Plains, moving into Midwest Tuesday; Chance of much-needed storms in North Texas by Wednesday night | Resources: Weather and webcam images interactive map | Watches/warnings map and U.S. radar loop

’06 tornado season off to fast start, experts say

Other Weather News: Sierra storm drops foot of snow

Sunday rain sets record in Sacramento

‘Rita who?’ Storm’s victims feel overlooked

World Weather: Brazil floods kill 8, leave 116,000 homeless

Quake Wire: 1906 earthquake centennial events

Space Image: Astronomy Photo of the Day: Solar prominence from SOHO

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Sunday: 1. Indianapolis 2. Chicago 3. Reno 4. Louisville 5. St. Louis … and on Saturday: 1. Kansas City 2. Omaha 3. Des Moines 4. San Francisco 5. St. Louis … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page

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April 15, 2006

Easter Weekend Severe Weather For C. Plains, Midwest: Moderate risk of severe storms today in Omaha, KC-areas, moving east for Easter; Strong storms possible today in D.C., Va.; Large hail, strong winds pound Ind.; Severe weather in Calif.; Weather Channel crew accused of trespass; Homeland Security criticizes FEMA over Katrina: report; Red River cresting in at-risk Manitoba towns; San Francisco hit by earthquake dilemma; What San Francisco didn’t learn; Predicting earthquakes still elusive; Icy exhaust trail image

Easter Weekend Severe Weather For C. Plains, Midwest: Risk of severe storms today in Omaha, KC-areas, moving east for Easter | AccuWeather update | Radar image, loop, and KC radar loop | Weather and live webcams: KC | Omaha | Interactive map (Also listed by state in the right column)

Strong storms possible today in D.C., Va. | Radar loop | Weather and live webcams for D.C. and Richmond, Va. areas

Resources: U.S. watches/warnings map | U.S. radar loop | Storm reports

Friday Night Storms Hit Ind.: Large hail, strong winds pound Indiana: NWS to check tornado reports; More storms possible

Sacramento flood is It Could Happen Tomorrow

Other Weather News: Severe weather in Calif.

Weather Channel crew accused of trespass

Katrina Update: Homeland Security criticizes FEMA over Katrina: report

World Weather: Red River cresting in at-risk Manitoba towns

Quake Wire: San Francisco hit by earthquake dilemma | What San Francisco didn’t learn from the ’06 quake | Predicting earthquakes still elusive

Space Image: Icy exhaust trail image posted at SpaceWeather.com

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

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April 14, 2006

Tornadoes, severe storms hit Iowa, Ill., kill at least 1; Tornado tears through Iowa City; Emergency declared in more Calif. counties; Warm weather forecast across Texas, Okla.; Head of National Hurricane Center explains how this season could be worse; More anxiety as hurricane season nears; New hurricane plan ready: Federal responders would be in area before storm; High tech’s key to accurate hurricane forecast; Aurora alert; Scientists release new Venus images

Tornadoes, Severe Storms Hit Iowa, Ill., Kill At Least 1: One dead as tornadoes rip through Eastern Iowa | Tornado tears through Iowa City: Mostly minor injuries

Severe storms hit northern Illinois

Resources: Watches and warnings maps for C. Illinois N. Ill. and C. Indiana and U.S. | Storm radar summary and Radar loop | Storm Prediction Center storm outlooks | Weather and live webcam images: Interactive map (City list by state is in the left column of this page)

Other Weather News: Emergency declared in more California counties

Warm weather forecast across Texas and Oklahoma

Hurricane Update: Head of National Hurricane Center, Max Mayfield, explains how the outlook for the 2006 hurricane season could be worse than last year’s | More anxiety as hurricane season nears | New hurricane plan ready: Federal responders would be in area before storm | High tech’s the key to accurate hurricane forecast

Space News: Aurora alert at SpaceWeather.com

Scientists release new Venus images

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Thursday: 1. Davenport 2. Chicago 3. Los Angeles 4. Toronto 5. San Francisco … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page

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