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June 30, 2006

U.S. Northeast waits for floods to recede, 20 dead; Rain doesn’t dampen D.C. Fourth plans; June is second wettest on record in N.H.; Severe storms possible from Plains to Northeast from July 3-5; Heavy rain in forecast for S. Texas; Wet and windy Sunday in S. Fla.; June simmer sets record in Denver; Weather modification raises red flags, but pushes ahead; Wildfires in Sask.; Scientists release movies of SoCal quakes; NASA takes risk with shuttle launch; NASA software gives faster tsunami warning

Northeast Flooding Update: U.S. Northeast waits for floods to recede; 20 dead | Rain doesn’t dampen D.C. Fourth plans | June is second wettest on record in N.H.

Stormy Fourth?: Severe storms possible from Plains to Northeast from July 3-5

Other Weather News: Heavy rain in the forecast for South Texas

Tropical wave expected to make for a wet and windy Sunday in South Florida

June simmer sets record in Denver

Weather modification raises red flags, but pushes ahead

Hot weather makes fires more likely

Wildfires lead to evacuations in northern Sask.

Quake Wire: Scientists release movies of SoCal earthquakes

Space News: NASA takes risk with shuttle launch | NASA software gives faster tsunami warning

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June 29, 2006

Residents return to Wilkes-Barre, Delaware River floods again; Floods cripple river towns in U.S. northeast; Bloomberg: NYC won’t rely on feds in hurricane; Mayor unveils hurricane preparedness plan; Hurricane Katrina victim sues to get dog back; Nev. hopes rain will douse wildfires; Gore on Comedy Central; NASA develops drone planes to fight fires; Old moon and sister stars image

Northeast Flooding Update: Residents return to Wilkes-Barre, Delaware River floods again | Floods cripple river towns in U.S. northeast

NY Hurricane Preps: Bloomberg: NYC won’t rely on feds in hurricane | Mayor unveils hurricane preparedness plan

Katrina Update: Hurricane Katrina victim sues to get dog back

Wildfires: Nevada hopes rain will douse wildfires

Gore On Comedy Central: Al Gore will be on the Daily Show at 8 p.m. EDT talking about his climate-change documentary “An Inconvenient Truth.” posted at CapitalWeather.com

Space News: NASA develops drone planes to fight fires

Astronomy Picture of the Day: Old moon and sister stars

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June 28, 2006

9 dead in worst flooding in eastern U.S. for decades; Up to 200,000 ordered evacuated in Penn. flooding; Flooding expected along the Delaware Wednesday, Thursday; List of flood stages, crest times; 16,000 lightning strikes recorded, homes damaged in C. Fla.; NWS investigates: Tornado or microburst in Pa.; Weather Channel star happily ready to be at center of storm; Weather steals the show at local TV stations; Children’s books help explain drama of weather; Clouds threaten Saturday shuttle launch; Mammatus clouds, giant weather balloon images

Historic Flooding In Northeast Kills 9: 9 dead in worst flooding in the eastern United States for decades | Coverage from NE PA TimesLeader.com | Other Stories: Up to 200,000 ordered evacuated in Penn. flooding | Flooding expected along the Delaware Wednesday, Thursday

List of flood stages, crest times (Philly’s rivers will crest at 8 p.m. EDT Wed.)

Stories from South Jersey and Maryland

AccuWeather: Floodwaters continue to rise

Resources: Live streaming video from WRC-TV, D.C. and WBAL-TV 11, Baltimore (Insta-Weather Plus tab) | Coverage from CapitalWeather.com and WRC-TV 4 | Latest stories from Google News | Total storm precipitation | Personal weather stations on Google map (Precip. option) | Radar loop, current watches/warnings map and weather and live webcam images (Also listed by state in the left column)

Other Weather News: 16,000 lightning strikes recorded; Homes damaged in C. Florida

NWS investigates: Tornado or microburst in Pa.?

Weather Channel star happily ready to be at center of the storm

From Toledo: Weather steals the show at local TV stations

Children’s books help explain the drama of weather

Space News: Clouds threaten Saturday shuttle launch

Mammatus clouds image posted at SpaceWeather.com

Space.com image: Giant weather balloon circles the globe

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June 27, 2006

D.C. under state of emergency; Md. dam may fail; D.C., Northeast brace for more flooding rain; D.C. area cleans up storm, flood damage; Record heat scorches Oregon; Hurricane machine to flatten home; NHC sees no Atlantic tropical storms through Tues.; Rain doesn’t end Georgia drought; Lightning sparks house fires in Atlanta; Crews battle Nevada wildfires; Weather makes Earth wobble; Huge asteroid to fly past Earth on July 3; Shuttle crew aware of spaceflight risks

11:45 p.m. EDT Northeast Flooding Update: D.C. under state of emergency; Md. dam may fail | Flood warnings continue as rain remains | D.C., Northeast brace for more flooding rain | D.C. area cleans up storm, flood damage

Resources: Live streaming video from WRC-TV, D.C. and WBAL-TV 11, Baltimore (Insta-Weather Plus tab) | Coverage from CapitalWeather.com and WRC-TV 4 | Latest stories from Google News | Total storm precipitation | Personal weather stations on Google map (Precip. option) | Radar loop, current watches/warnings map and weather and live webcam images (Also listed by state in the left column)

6 p.m. EDT Update: National Hurricane Center issues special tropical disturbance statement for weather centered just southwest of Cape Lookout, N.C.

Other Weather News: Record heat scorches Oregon

Hurricane machine to flatten home

NHC sees no Atlantic tropical storms through Tuesday

Rain doesn’t end Georgia drought

Lightning sparks house fires in Atlanta

Crews battle Nevada wildfires

Space News: Weather makes Earth wobble

Huge asteroid to fly past Earth on July 3More from SpaceWeather.com

Shuttle crew aware of spaceflight risks

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June 26, 2006

Serious flooding in Md. spurs state of emergency: 6 plus inches of rain with up to 4 more inches possible Mon.; Record rainfall poses flooding threat for Harrisburg, Penn. area; Low pressure system brings heavy rain to Fla., N.C.; Urban flood advisory issued for NE Miami-Dade County; Staying behind to weather Katrina: ‘We were so wrong’; Record heat hits Salem, Oregon; More snow storms for New Zealand; Hubble telescope main camera not working; NASA wrestling with same old problems; NASA hopes competition spurs commercial space growth; Last week’s Top 10 city pages

Flooding Update: Serious flooding in Md. spurs state of emergency | 6+ inches of rain with up to 4 more inches possible Monday | Resources: Coverage from CapitalWeather.com | Latest stories from Google News | Total storm precipitation | Radar loop, current watches/warnings map and weather and live webcam images (Also listed by state in the left column)

Record rainfall poses flooding threat for Harrisburg, Penn., area

Heavy Rain In Southeast: From the National Hurricane Center:

A BROAD AREA OF LOW PRESSURE COVERS THE AREA FROM THE STRAITS OF FLORIDA TO S GEORGIA. ENVIRONMENT IS EXPECTED TO BECOME MARGINALLY FAVORABLE FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OVER THE NEXT DAY OR SO. EVEN IF A TROPICAL SYSTEM DOES NOT DEVELOP…IT IS EXPECTED TO BRING HEAVY SHOWERS AND SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS TO THE FLORIDA PENINSULA AND THE COASTAL AREAS THROUGH NORTH CAROLINA.

Urban flood advisory issued for NE Miami-Dade County | Resources: Radar loop | Watches and warnings map | S. Fla. weather and webcam images

Other Weather News: Staying behind to weather Katrina: ‘We were so wrong’

Record heat (100 degrees) hits Salem, Oregon on Sunday

NZ Snow: More snow storms on the way to New Zealand | NZ Resources: (Thanks to Jon Kelly for the list) NZ wide webcams | NZ Snowfields | University based Web site: Photographs of the week has great shots of NZ weather | NZ Antarctic Web site plus webcam | NZ government Web site | NZ TV coverage with video | NZ TV 3 | NZ Herald newspaper

Space News: Hubble telescope main camera not working

NASA wrestling with same old problems

NASA hopes competition spurs commercial space growth

Last Week’s Top 10 City Pages: Most visited WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages between June 18-24, 2006:
1. Houston
2. Dallas/Fort Worth Orlando
3. Indianapolis
4. Boston
5. Detroit
6. New York City
7. Cleveland
8. Chicago
9. Washington, D.C.
10. Toronto
… This month’s Top 20 is in the center column of our home page

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June 24, 2006

Heavy rain for Northeast; Areas could receive up to 8 inches of rain; Forecast prompts flood watch; Tropical system could develop this weekend, head toward Fla.; Doctors: Cell phones increase risk of being killed by lightning; 40,000 homes in D.C. area lose power in storms; One dead in Midwestern storms; Hottest weather so far this year ahead for Wash.; Much of Texas feeling summer heat earlier this year; Tenn. residents urged to fight flooding with cameras; 20 indicted on federal charges related to Katrina disaster fraud; Perry announces hurricane recovery grants; Officials: Ohio quake stronger than first thought; Hubble’s main camera stops working

Heavy Rain For Northeast: Areas from Boston to D.C. could receive up to 6 inches of rain, with isolated areas of up to 8 inches along the I-95 corridor | Forecast of heavy rain prompts flood watch | Resources: Radar loop, current watches/warnings map and weather and live webcam images (Also listed by state in the left column)

Tropical System Could Develop This Weekend, Head Toward Fla.: Tropical system could develop NE of Bahamas, says National Hurricane Center | More from the NHC

Cell Phone Lightning Risk: Doctors: Cell phones increase risk of being killed by lightning

Storm Update: 40,000 homes in D.C. area were reported without power after severe thunderstorms

One dead in Midwestern storms

Other Weather News: Hottest weather so far this year this weekend in Washington: Some may see 100 degrees

Much of Texas feeling the summer heat earlier than last year

Tennessee residents urged to fight flooding with cameras

20 indicted on federal charges related to Katrina disaster fraud

Perry announces hurricane recovery grants

Officials: Ohio earthquake stronger than first thought: Was magnitude 3.8

Space News: Hubble’s main camera stops working

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June 23, 2006

State of emergency issued, damage reported from flooding in N. Ohio; Hurricane Center reports no tropical storm activity; AccuWeather sees possible Tropical Storm Beryl, possibility of historic flooding in parts of East within next week; Storms with heavy rain possible in N. Texas; Perry asks feds for drought assistance for C. Texas counties; Severe storms leave damage, flooding concerns in Ind.; Severe storms produce tornadoes in Colo.; Tornadoes spotted in SE Mich. on Wed.; Nearly 700 firefighters attack Ariz. blaze; Earth hottest it’s been in 2,000 years; Hail, rain pounds Calgary; Blizzard conditions close NZ roads

Ohio Flooding: State of emergency issued, damage reported in Northern Ohio

Tropical News: National Hurricane Center reports no tropical storm activity

AccuWeather sees possible Tropical Storm Beryl, possibility of historic flooding in some parts of the East within the next week

Other Weather News: Storms with heavy rain possible in North Texas | D/FW area weather and live webcam images

Perry asks feds for drought assistance for C. Texas counties

Severe storms leave damage, flooding concerns in Indiana

Severe storms produce tornadoes in Colorado

Tornadoes spotted in southeastern Michigan on Wednesday

Nearly 700 firefighters attack blaze in Arizona

Earth hottest it’s been in 2,000 years

World Weather: Hail, rain pounds Calgary

Blizzard conditions close NZ roads

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June 22, 2006

Severe storms pound Midwest, Great Lakes; N. Ohio hit by storms; Heat bursts occur across Nebraska early Tues.; Tropical system may form by early next week; Wildfires burn across western U.S.; Tornado-strewn trees may pose fire threat; Ga. officials declare statewide drought; Major quake due to hit S. Calif., study says; NASA shuttle launch hinged on repairs; Pluto’s newly found moons named

Severe Storms Update: Severe storms pound Midwest, Great Lakes | Northern Ohio hit by storms

Heat Bursts: Heat bursts occur across South-Central Nebraska early Tuesday morning: Temperature reached 94 degrees overnight.

Tropics: Tropical system in our near future? System could form within the next few days off the Southeast coast of the United States

Wildfires Update: Wildfires burn across western U.S.

Tornado-strewn trees may pose fire threat

Georgia officials declare statewide drought

Quake Wire: Major earthquake due to hit Southern California, study says | Live quake data is in the right column of this page.

Space News: NASA shuttle launch hinged on repairs

Pluto’s newly found moons named Nix, Hydra

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June 21, 2006

NOAA releases U.S. summer outlook; SPC: Biggest chance of severe storms from N. Ill. to NE Ohio; Monkeys check the weather to find food, study says; Storms skirt Houston; Lightning strikes in D.C. area; Fla.’s flood may lurk behind wall; FEMA gives $14.5M for Houston-area hurricane work; Nortel to enhance U.S. weather satellite network; ‘No ordinary drought’ in N.M.; Snow plows in June; NE Ohio hit with 12th quake since 2005; Manila conducts quake test with school kids; Storms track toward NZ; 15-foot waves destroy Nicaragua homes; Indonesia volcano slides; Summer solstice; NASA safety chief against launch decision; Kazakhstan reaches space; Ends for Rather, ‘Pops,’ Mavs

NOAA’s Summer Outlook: NOAA releases July through September U.S. summer outlook

Images, courtesy NOAA, link to large versions in a new window.

Severe Storms On Wednesday: SPC: Biggest chance of severe storms Wednesday from Chicago to Detroit and Cleveland | Indy may see storms | Resources: Radar loop, current watches/warnings map and weather and live webcam images (Also listed by state in the left column)

Monkey Weather: Monkeys check the weather to find food, study says

Storm Update: Storms skirt Houston, heavy rains fall southwest

Lightning strikes cause damage in D.C. area

Other Weather News: Does Florida’s flood lurk behind this wall? | FEMA gives $14.5 million for Houston-area hurricane work

Nortel to enhance U.S. weather satellite network

‘No ordinary drought’ in New Mexico

Snow plows in June

Quake Wire: Northeast Ohio hit with 12th earthquake since 2005: Quake had magnitude of 3.3 | Manila conducts quake test with 1 million school kids

World Weather: More storms track toward NZ’s South Island

15-foot waves destroy homes in Nicaragua

Rain might worsen Indonesia volcano slides

Summer’s Here: Happy Summer Solstice!

Space News: Astronomy Picture of the Day: Sunrise solstice at Stonehenge

NASA safety chief against launch decision

Kazakhstan reaches space in first satellite launch

Eras End: While a 44-year era ends in the U.S. with Dan Rather’s departure from CBS, in the U.K. BBC cancels ‘Top of the Pops’ after 42 years.

Season Ends: As summer begins, a great season for the Mavs ends with a loss to the Heat.

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June 20, 2006

NOAA: U.S. has 4th warmest spring, widespread drought continues, Global temperature warmer than average; Torrential flooding hits Houston, La.; More rain forecast for already-soaked Houston; Guard troops rescue flood-stranded Texans; Houston rain: bad, but not historic; Severe storms possible from Midwest to NE Thurs., Fri.; Wis. tornado damage estimated at $4M; Weather advisories issued in SE Mich.; National Guard ordered to New Orleans; Hurricane preparedness gets trade show, conference; NOAA focuses on lightning safety; NASA going with July 1 launch date amid dissent; Scientists work to colonize space

NOAA Reports 4th Warmest Spring: From NOAA: U.S. has 4th warmest spring, widespread drought continues: Global temperature warmer than average

To the left is a picture I snapped Saturday evening of the storm that moved through D/FW and eventually down to Houston, bringing flooding rains. Image links to a larger version in a new window. More images are in the WXphotos Gallery

Houston-Area Flooding Update: Torrential flooding hits Houston, La. | More rain forecast for already-soaked Houston | Guard troops rescue flood-stranded Texans | Houston rain: bad, but not historic | Resources: Radar loop, current watches/warnings map and weather and live webcam images

SPC: Severe Storms By Thurs.?: Severe storms possible from parts of the Midwest to the Northeast on Thurs. and Fri.

Other Weather News: Hartford, Wis., tornado damage estimated at $4 million

Weather advisories issued in Southeastern Michigan

National Guard ordered to New Orleans

Hurricane preparedness gets trade show, conference

NOAA focuses on lightning safety

Space News: NASA going with July 1 launch date amid dissent

Scientists work to colonize space

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June 19, 2006

More than 10 inches of rain prompt flood watch, road closures in Houston area; Tornado touches down in Wis.; Storms move through Texas Sat.; Family escapes Fla. storms only to witness tornado; Philly swelters in 90-plus degrees, high humidity; More than 15,000 acres burn in SE Colo.; Fire weather watch issued for part of Okla. Panhandle; Fire crews, aided by rain, gain on Parks Highway blaze in Alaska; Aviation takes back seat to space flight at NASA; Last week’s Top 10 city pages

Stormy Texas Update: Houston Flooding: Heavy rains prompt flood watch, road closures in Houston area: Almost a foot of rain has fallen in places | Resources: Radar loop and weather and live webcam images | Storms move through Texas Saturday

Wis. Tornado: Tornado touches down in Hartford, Wis.

Other Weather News: Family escapes Florida storms … only to witness tornado

Philadelphia swelters in 90-plus degrees, high humidity

Fires: More than 15,000 acres burn in SE Colo. | Fire weather watch issued for part of Okla. Panhandle | Fire crews, aided by rain, gain on Parks Highway blaze in Alaska

Space News: Aviation takes back seat to space flight at NASA

Last Week’s Top 10 City Pages: Most visited WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages between June 11-17, 2006:
1. Tampa
2. Orlando
3. Dallas/Fort Worth
4. Cape Coral/Ft. Myers
5. Houston
6. Jacksonville
7. Vancouver
8. Key West
9. New Orleans
10. Miami
… This month’s Top 20 is in the center column of our home page

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June 17, 2006

Storms approach Houston area; Rain falls on parts of C. Texas; Disaster designation request denied for Iowa tornadoes in April; Fla. hurricane catastrophe fund gets $2.8 billion boost; Red Cross enters hurricane season with Katrina volunteer surge; S. Fla. brides-to-be plan for possiblity of hurricanes; Aid groups say shortage of funds hampering Indonesia quake efforts

Texas Rain, Storms: Houston-area storms bear watching today | Watches, warnings map (Houston under severe thunderstorm warning as of noon) | Houston radar loop | Houston weather and live webcams

Rain falls on parts of Central TexasResources: Intellicast radar loop for Texas Weather and live webcam images for North Texas – DFW, Central Texas – Austin, Central Texas – San Antonio, Houston area, All other cities (Also listed by state in the left column)

Other Weather News: Disaster designation request denied for Iowa tornadoes in April

Florida’s hurricane catastrophe fund gets $2.8 billion boost

Red Cross enters hurricane season with Katrina volunteer surge

South Florida brides-to-be plan for possiblity of hurricanes

World News: Aid groups say shortage of funds hampering Indonesia quake efforts

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June 16, 2006

Last year’s floods give way to drought along Gulf Coast; Fires burn in Colo., Ariz., Utah, Alaska; Reports of damage, hail and winds after storms in E. Mont.; SPC: Severe storms possible Mon., Tues. in N. Plains, W. Great Lakes; Heavy rain possible in Houston area on Fri.; Hooters boss offers to reimburse FEMA; M 4.7 quake hits N. Calif.; 500,000 displaced by severe monsoon flooding in India’s NE; Former Alberto hits Canadian Maritimes; Discovery crew has practice countdown

Fires and Drought: Last year’s floods give way to drought along Gulf Coast | Fires burn in Colo., Ariz., Utah, Alaska

Other Weather News: Reports of damage, hail and winds after storms in eastern Montana

Storm Prediction Center: Severe storms possible Mon., Tues. in N. Plains, W. Great Lakes

Heavy rain possible in Houston area on Friday

Hooters boss offers to reimburse FEMA

Quake Wire: Magnitude 4.7 earthquake hits N. California | Live quake info is in the right column of this page.

World Weather: 500,000 displaced by severe monsoon flooding in India’s northeast

Former Alberto hits the Canadian Maritimes

Space News: Discovery crew has practice countdown

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June 15, 2006

Teen drowns, flooding continues as Tropical Storm Alberto’s remnants pass; Alberto spins off tornadoes, high winds; Alberto helped state fight wildfires; National Hurricane Center eyeing more disturbed weather; 25th anniversary of fatal Twin Cities tornado; Hottest day of 2006 for El Paso; Hot and dry weather threatens Texas cotton; Museum collects Hurricane Katrina items for exhibit; Weather Channel gears up for another hurricane season; Microsoft to create its own webcams

Alberto Update: Teen drowns; Flooding continues as Tropical Storm Alberto’s remnants pass | Alberto spins off tornadoes, high winds | Alberto helped state fight wildfires | National Hurricane Center eyeing more disturbed weather

Other Weather News: 25th anniversary of fatal Twin Cities tornado

Hottest day of 2006 for El Paso

Hot and dry weather threatens Texas cotton

Museum collects Hurricane Katrina items for exhibit

Weather Channel gears up for another hurricane season

World Of Webcams: Microsoft to create its own webcams

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June 14, 2006

Alberto drenching the Carolinas; Alberto ‘a nice warm-up’ for Southeast officials; Tornado hits Savannah; Severe weather rumbles through N.C.; FEMA funds spent on divorce, sex change; 25 years later, Ohio town remembers killer tornado; Report: Design flaw caused Genesis crash; Space shuttle crew arrives in Fla.; Thanks for the mention, PC Mike

Alberto Update: Alberto (now a tropical depression) is drenching the Carolinas | Alberto ‘a nice warm-up’ for Southeast officials | Still causes flooding | Tornado hits Savannah | Severe weather rumbles through N.C.

Other News: FEMA funds spent on divorce, sex change

25 years later, Ohio town remembers killer tornado

Space News: Report: Design flaw caused Genesis crash

Space shuttle crew arrives in Florida

Thanks Mike: Thanks to PC Mike Wendland for including WXnation in a weather sites report that aired on NBC stations across the country, which has resulted in some TV station news links from Albany and Wisconsin.

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