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July 31, 2006

Minneapolis Hits 100 For First Time Since 1995; North Dakotans see record triple-digit heat, Bismarck reaches 112; Rapid City reaches 109; Dangerous heat moving eastward; NYC, Philly, DC may see 100; Boston may reach 98 on Wed.; N.H. storms knock out power for two nights in a row; Storms hit Pittsburgh; Storms cut power to thousands in Mich.; Wis storms knock out power to 15,000; NWS gets upgrade funds; Politics, bugs slow tsunami alarm system; Hidden camera focuses on Alaska grizzlies

100 In Minneapolis: Minneapolis hits 100: Last 100 degree day was on July 13, 1995

Heat Continues In Dakotas: North Dakotans see record triple-digit heat: Bismarck reaches 112 degrees | Rapid City, SD reached 109 on Saturday

Dangerous Heat Moving Eastward: Possible 100-plus readings in the forecast for: NYC; Philly; D.C. (More from CapitalWeather.com) … Boston may reach 98 on Wed.

Heat Wave Resources: U.S. current temps; Weather/webcams

Severe Storms: N.H. storms knock out power for two nights in a row | Storms hit Pittsburgh | Storms cut power to thousands in Mich. | Wis storms knock out power to 15,000

NWS Gets Upgrade Funds: National Weather Service gets upgrade funds

World Weather: Politics, bugs slow tsunami alarm system

World Of Webcams: Hidden camera focuses on Alaska grizzlies

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July 29, 2006

Rapid City, SD, temps may reach 109 on Sun.; Minneapolis temps may reach 100 on Sun., 102 on Mon.; Calif. heat wave appears over after 141 deaths; Heat heads east, power grids brace; Dakotas at ‘epicenter’ of U.S. drought; Ohio governor declares emergency due to flooding; Severe storms possible from Midwest to Northeast on Tues., Wed.; Global warming’s effect on hurricanes disputed; Early data spotty at best; Strong tropical wave approaching Caribbean may develop into tropical depression; 900 flee Neb. fire; Former space shuttle astronaut Brady dies; NASA’s broken budget

Heat Still On: Rapid City, SD, temps may reach 109 on Sunday: Current conditions | Rapid City weather/webcams

Minneapolis/St. Paul temps may reach 100 on Sunday, 102 on Monday: Current conditions | Twin Cities weather/webcams

Calif. heat wave appears over after 141 deaths

California’s heat heads east; power grids brace

Dakotas at ‘epicenter’ of U.S. drought

Other Weather News: Ohio governor declares emergency due to flooding

Storm Prediction Center: Severe storms possible from Midwest to Northeast on Tuesday, Wednesday

Global warming’s effect on hurricanes disputed | Early data spotty at best

Strong tropical wave approaching the Caribbean may develop into a tropical depression

900 flee Nebraska fire

Report: Lindsay Lohan overcome by heat

Space News: Former space shuttle astronaut Brady dies

NASA’s broken budget

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July 28, 2006

Death toll from California heat wave reaches 132; Heat wave to follow damaging thunderstorms in Northeast; Record heat may blister Black Hills, Rapid City; Britain set for more hot weather; Blackout hits London commercial district; Ad campaign for Al Gore’s ‘global warning’ documentary plays swelter card; Chicago area storm causes damage, power outages; Madison floods; Ohio day-care center evacuated due to flooding; Feds confirm fears of New Orleans flooding; Girl’s pajamas singed after lightning hits bedroom; Daniel weakens, no serious threat to Hawaii; Officials: M4.4 quake hits Hawaii; NASA may halt space station research work; NASA: Fewer heat shield dings on Discovery

U.S. Heat: Death toll from California heat wave reaches 132 | Heat wave to follow damaging thunderstorms in Northeast | U.S. current temps; Weather/webcams

Death count rises to near 100 as California’s record heat wave slowly tapers off

Record heat may blister Hills: Rapid City may set three daytime records and push the city into its second-hottest July since 1888, according to the National Weather Service. | Rapid City weather/webcams

U.K. Heat: Britain set for more hot weather | Blackout hits London commercial district | London area weather and live webcams

Ad campaign for Al Gore’s “global warning” documentary plays the swelter card

Severe Storms: Chicago area storm causes damage, power outages

Madison and Waukesha suffer flooding after storms

Ohio day-care center evacuated due to flooding

Katrina Update: Feds confirm fears of New Orleans flooding

Weird News: Girl’s pajamas singed after lightning hits bedroom

Tropical Update: Daniel weakens, no serious threat to Hawaii

Quake Wire: Officials say earthquake that hit Hawaii was magnitude 4.4 | Live quake data is in the right column of this page

Space News: NASA may halt space station research work | NASA: Fewer heat shield dings on shuttle Discovery

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July 27, 2006

Heat-related deaths in Calif. reach 83; Valley suburb breaks record; Low of 104 degrees, high in 120s in Death Valley, Calif.; World feeling the heat; Storm cleanup in full swing after Ariz. storms; 7 tornadoes hit St. Louis area; 80,000 in St. Louis area still without power Wed.; Drought conditions spread over parts of Mont.; Governor tours drought areas of NW Minn.; Puzzling ‘silent’ quakes may hint at big temblors; NASA to take closer look into birth of Atlantic Ocean hurricanes; Tropical wave could bring rain, winds to S. Fla. by Sun.; In Miss., Katrina recovery gaining steam; Rain expected to continue across SE Texas; Wildfires in Wash. grow; Man hit by lightning saving ‘lucky’ shirt; 40 more traffic webcams added to BC’s major routes; China on watch as Tyhoon Kaemi kills 15; New Mars hoax spreading

83 Heat-Related Deaths In Calif.: Heat-related deaths in California reach 83

Valley suburb Woodland Hills breaks record: 20 days in a row of 100-plus temperatures

Low Of 104!: Imagine a low of 104 degrees, and high of 122 (Death Valley, CA forecast)

World Heat: Feeling the heat? So is the rest of the world

Other Weather News: Storm cleanup in full swing after Arizona storms: Flooding, up to 80 mph winds topple trees, thousands without power

7 tornadoes hit St. Louis area on July 19 and 21 | 80,000 in St. Louis area still without power Wednesday afternoon following storms

Drought conditions spread over parts of Mont.

Governor tours drought areas of northwestern Minn.

Puzzling ‘silent’ quakes may hint at big temblors

NASA to take closer look into how winds, dust conditions from Africa influence the birth of Atlantic Ocean hurricanes

Tropical wave could bring rain and winds to South Florida by Sunday

In Mississippi, Katrina recovery gaining steam

Rain expected to continue across southeast Texas

Wildfires in north-central Washington grow

Man hit by lightning saving ‘lucky’ shirt

40 more traffic webcams added to BC’s major routes

World Weather: China on watch as Tyhoon Kaemi kills 15

Space News: New Mars hoax is spreading

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July 26, 2006

SoCal residents endure another hot, humid day; Calif. heat wave blamed in deaths of at least 50 people, causes pileup of livestock carcasses; Scientists split on heat wave cause; Weakening Daniel heads for Islands; Up to 8 inches of rain falls in Houston area; Isolated severe storms possible in New England this weekend, Miss. Valley and Great Lakes on Fri. through Sun.; Wildfires rage, including above Beverly Hills, more firefighters sought; French heat wave kills 40, Czechs face power emergency; Public gets its say on private spaceport; Bigelow gambles on private space station

Heat Wave Death Toll Above 50: SoCal residents endure another hot, humid day

California heat wave blamed in deaths of at least 50 people, causes pileup of livestock carcasses

Scientists split on heat wave cause: Some think culprit is global warming, but jury is still out

Daniel Approaches, 60 mph Wind Gusts Possible In Hawaii: Weakening Daniel heads for Islands: Forecasters project storm to reach Islands Friday with wind gusts up to 60 mph | Latest from Central Pacific Hurricane Center includes track

Rain From Gulf: Up to 8 inches of rain falls in Houston area | Weather and live webcam images

Severe Storms Possible This Weekend: Storm Prediction Center: Isolated severe storms possible across New England on Saturday, Sunday; Severe storms possible in upper Miss. Valley and Great Lakes from Friday through Sunday.

Wildfires Update: Wildfires rage, including above Beverly Hills, more firefighters sought

World Weather: French heat wave kills 40, Czechs face power emergency

Space News: Public gets its say on private spaceport: Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos plans to build multimillion-dollar suborbital spaceport on his West Texas ranch | Bigelow gambles on private space station

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July 25, 2006

Soaring temperatures spark record power demand in S. Calif., strain power grid, could lead to rolling blackouts; Stage 2 emergency declared for N. Calif.; Ore. hits 109, just 2 degrees from all-time record high; No record but still hot in Seattle; Power officials: All power in St. Louis should be back by Wed.; Hurricane Daniel may hit Hawaii as a tropical storm by Fri.; All eyes on Gulf as possible depression forms; Fierce downpours in MSP snarl traffic, cause flooding in Wisc.; Rain amounts fall short of ending drought in Ala.; Lubbock, Texas, plans to pray for rain; Growing wildfire threatens houses in San Diego Co.; U.S. charities respond to recent quake, tsunami in W. Java

SoCal Heat Strains Power Grid: Soaring temperatures spark record power demand in S. Calif.: Sweltering heat could lead to rolling blackouts | Prolonged heat wave straining California power grid | Stage 2 emergency declared for Northern Calif.: Power cut to businesses, but rolling blackouts avoided

Northwest Heat: Oregon hits 109, just 2 degrees from all-time record high | No record but it’s still too darn hot in Seattle

St. Louis Power Outages Update: Power officials: All power should be back by Wednesday: 150,000 still without power

Hurricane Daniel Heads Toward Hawaii: Hurricane Daniel may hit Hawaii as a tropical storm by Friday | Track | More from Central Pacific Hurricane Center | Current watches and warnings | Hawaii weather and live webcam images

New Gulf Depression May Form: All eyes on Gulf as possible depression forms: Big rain may move into western Gulf Coast

Severe Storms: Fierce downpours in Minneapolis/St. Paul snarl traffic, cause flooding in Wisconsin

Drought and Wildfires: Rain amounts fall short of ending drought in Alabama | Lubbock, Texas, plans to pray for rain | Growing wildfire threatens more houses in rural San Diego County

World Weather: U.S. charities respond to recent earthquake and tsunami in West Java

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July 24, 2006

Flooding concerns again for W. Gulf Coast; St. Louis awaits return of electricity, almost 300,000 still in dark Sun.; Power outages in S. Calif. heat wave, 50,000 in L.A. area in dark Sun.; 121 degrees in Palm Springs, 111 in Burbank; 109 shatters Sacramento record; Phoenix, Tucson have 2 record-breaking days of temperatures, Phoenix gets 3rd Sun.; Drought worsens across nation; 2 NJ teens killed, 2 injured in lightning strike; 5 wildfires burning in Mont.; Fire crews battle SoCal wildfires in sizzling heat; Wildfire threatens Phoenix power lines; Typhoon nears Taiwan; Rains shut Philippine markets; Remnants of tropical storm lash Maritimes; Details emerge on private spaceport plans; Belt of Venus pic

W. Gulf Coast Flooding Concerns: AccuWeather: Flooding concerns again for Western Gulf Coast | Current watches/warnings map; Radar loop; Weather/webcams

St. Louis Power Outages Update: St. Louis awaits return of electricity: Almost 300,000 still in dark Sunday

SoCal Power Outages Amid Heat Wave: Power outages add to Southern California heat wave: At least 50,000 in the Los Angeles area without power Sunday, outage brings down MySpace.com | Highs in 90s | Current watches/warnings map | Current conditions at LAX

121 In Palm Springs: Temperature reaches 121 degrees Saturday in Palm Springs, Calif., may hit 119 on Monday | Current conditions | 111 in Burbank

Record-Breaking Heat: 109: Heat shatters record in Sacramento | Phoenix, Tucson have two record-breaking days of temperatures, Phoenix gets third Sunday | U.S. current temps

Drought worsens across nation

Other Weather News: 2 NJ teens killed, 2 injured in lightning strike

Wildfires: 5 wildfires burning in Mont. | Fire crews battle SoCal wildfires in sizzling heat | Wildfire threatens Phoenix power lines | Latest wildfire stories

World Weather: Typhoon nears Taiwan; Rains shut Philippine markets | Record check reduces tsunami death toll to 600 | Remnants of tropical storm lash Maritimes

Space News: Details emerge on private spaceport plans | Astronomy Picture of the Day: Belt of Venus over the Valley of the Moon

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July 22, 2006

St. Louis suffers: heat, rain, 570,000 without power, widespread damage reported; Another wet weekend in Northeast, East Coast; Bay Area heat continues after 4 temp records broken Fri.; Study ranks Top 50 U.S. cities at risk from natural disasters; Four heat records fall in W. Wash.; Heat wave hits B.C. S. Coast, Interior; Storm, flooding kill nearly 500 in China; Remnants of Tropical Storm Beryl lash Maritimes; Outback drought drives wild dogs to attack farmers; Quake hits SW China, killing 11

Keller Citizen readers, welcome to WXnation.com and thanks for visiting! Also, thanks to Todd Overman for a great piece, and Rebecca Miller for the kind words in Friday’s article. Unfortunately, it’s not available online. Here are some quick links to features mentioned: D/FW weather/webcams | WXnation FW Webcams | FW Weather Station

570,000 In St. Louis Area Without Power: St. Louis suffers: heat, rain, no power: Second wave of storms on Friday increases power outages to 570,000 | Widespread damage reported

Another Wet Weekend In Northeast, East Coast: AccuWeather story | Current watches/warnings map | Radar loop | Weather and webcam images

Heat Breaks Records In Bay Area: San Francisco Bay Area bakes | Bay Area breaks 4 temperature records Friday | Current conditions | Bay Area weather and webcam images

Top 50 U.S. Cities at risk from natural disasters: Study ranks Top 50 U.S. cities in harm’s way: Highest risk cities include Miami, New Orleans, Oakland and San Francisco. Lowest risk cities include No. 3 Cleveland, Ohio, and Milwaukee and Mesa, Ariz., tied for No. 1.

Four heat records fall in W. Washington

Heat wave hits B.C. South Coast and Interior

World Weather: Storm, flooding kill nearly 500 in China

Remnants of Tropical Storm Beryl lash Maritimes

Outback drought drives wild dogs to attack farmers

Quake Wire: Earthquake hits southwestern China, killing 11

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July 21, 2006

National Guard arrives in St. Louis for storm duty, 435,000 still without electricity Thurs. night; Heat risk urgent concern; Tropical Storm Beryl passes over Nantucket; heads for Nova Scotia; Bay Area heat wave; Heat wave’s death toll rises to 16; Heat record for 2006, more to come; Many could ignore hurricane evacuation; McConaughey selling car for hurricane aid; Cooler weather helps firefighters battle Calif. wildfires; Ontario storm may have set records; New weather record as Wales wilts; Bald eagle webcam has flock of followers; Walk in space for $15M (plus airfare)

St. Louis Severe Storm Update: National Guard arrives in St. Louis for storm duty: More than 435,000 were still without electricity Thursday night | Heat risk is urgent concern in St. Louis | Weather and live webcams

Beryl Update: Tropical Storm Beryl passes over Nantucket this morning with maximum sustained winds at 50 mph, heads for Canada … More from TheBostonChannel.com | Heavy rain and wind from Beryl expected Friday in Nova Scotia

Heat Wave In Bay Area: Record temperatures expected for parts of the Bay Area: San Francisco expected to reach near-record levels | Current temperatures | Weather and live webcams

U.S. Toll To 16: Heat wave’s death toll rises to at least 16 | 2006 sets heat record, more to come

Hurricane News: Many could ignore hurricane evacuation | McConaughey selling car for hurricane aid

Wildfire Update: Cooler weather helps firefighters battle Calif. wildfires

World Weather: From Toronto, Canada: Ontario storm may have set records | New weather record as Wales wilts

World Of Webcams: Bald eagle webcam site has flock of followers

Space News: Walk in space for $15 million (plus airfare) (Registration required)

Keller Citizen readers, welcome to WXnation.com and thanks for visiting! Also, thanks to Todd Overman for a great piece, and Rebecca Miller for the kind words in today’s article. (I’d post a link to the story, but it’s not available online)

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July 20, 2006

Mayor asks governor to send in National Guard after St. Louis storm leaves 360,000 without power; Boaters warned as tropical storm threatens N.E.; Tropical storm warning issued for SE Mass.; Beryl heads toward New England; Violent storms across Northeast kill 2; Strong storm roars through St. Louis with winds near 80 mph; Power out Wed. for 13,000 in Miss.; At least 6 die in U.S. heat wave; Temps may hit 112 in Okla.; England sizzles in the hottest July day ever; Wisc. governor declares emergency due to drought; Calif. blaze contained, mudslides feared; Rumors of new Indonesia tsunami spark panic, death toll at 531; Scientists: Earthquakes causing Red Sea to part

Severe Storms In St. Louis: State of emergency: Mayor asks governor to send in National Guard; 360,000 without power | St. Louis weather and live webcam images

How Close Will Tropical Storm Beryl Come To New England?: Boaters warned as tropical storm threatens N.E. | Tropical storm warning issued for SE Mass.: Beryl may pass near or over Nantucket Island and SE Cape Cod Thursday night or early Friday | AccuWeather: Beryl heads toward New England | Beryl bound for Connecticut? | 3-day track More:

Tropical Storm Beryl
National Hurricane Center Data


5a EDT Fri. Update:
(Latest Advisory | Discussion)
Max. sustained winds:
Near 50 mph (Probabilities)
Min. central pressure:
1001 mb or 29.56 inches
Position:
41.7 N 69.7 W
Located:
35 miles northeast of Nantucket, MA
365 miles WSW of Halifax, Nove Scotia
Moving:
NE near 21 mph (Forecast track map – 3 day | 5 day)
24 hour forecast: Some slow weakening (Forecast)
Complete Resources List: Includes satellite images, hurricane track models, streaming video links, and more
Latest From National Hurricane Center:

No current storm in NHC Atlantic Wallet 2
No current storm in NHC AT2 as of Tue, 24 Oct 2017 02:01:14 GMT

Storms: Violent storms across Northeast kill 2 | Strong storm roars through St. Louis with winds near 80 mph | Power out Wednesday for 13,000 in Mississippi

Heat Rolls On: At least 6 die in U.S. heat wave | Temps may reach 112 degrees in Altus, Okla. (SW Okla.); 110 degrees in Oklahoma City; and 105 degrees in Dallas/Fort Worth

England sizzles in the hottest July day ever: Temperature reaches 97.4 degrees

Wisconsin governor declares emergency due to drought

Calif. blaze contained, mudslides feared

World Weather: Rumors of new Indonesia tsunami spark panic: Death toll at 531

Quake Wire: Scientists: Earthquakes causing Red Sea to part

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July 19, 2006

Officials: Heat contributed to deaths of 3 women; Thunderstorms break heatwave in NY; Wales poised for new heat record; Violent storms take their toll in Ont. and Que.; Storm clean up across N. Mich.; Thousands still without power after overnight storms in SE Michigan; 3 arrested in New Orleans hospital deaths; Cool, wet weather aids California wildfire crews; Japan plans 30-year supercomputer forecasts; Magnitude 3.6 earthquake shakes Mount St. Helens; Tropical Storm Beryl update; Fuel leak blamed for private rocket failure; Shuttle crew returns to Houston

Weather News: Officials: Heat contributed to deaths of 3 women | Thunderstorms break heatwave in NY

Britain poised for new heat record, including parts of Wales | Current conditions in SE England, SW England and Wales

Violent storms take their toll in Ont. and Que.

Storm clean up across Northern Michigan | Utilities working hard, but thousands still without power after overnight storms in SE Michigan

Katrina Update: 3 arrested in New Orleans hospital deaths

Wildfire Update: Cool, wet weather aids California wildfire crews

World Weather: Japan plans 30-year supercomputer forecasts

Quake Wire: Magnitude 3.6 earthquake shakes Mount St. Helens

Tropical Storm Beryl Update:

Tropical storm forms off N. Carolina Beryl should continue northward and miss the North Carolina Coast, and then it is forecast to parallel the East Coast. Some resources for Beryl are in the box below. Also, check out the complete list

Tropical Storm Beryl
National Hurricane Center Data


5a EDT Wed. Update:
(Latest Advisory | Discussion)
Max. sustained winds:
Near 40 mph (Probabilities)
Min. central pressure:
1005 mb or 29.68 inches
Position:
34.7 N 73.7 W
Located:
130 miles SE of Cape Hatteras, NC
Moving:
N near 7 mph (Forecast track map – 3 day | 5 day)
24 hour forecast: Some strengthening possible (Forecast)
Complete Resources List: Includes satellite images, hurricane track models, streaming video links, and more
Latest From National Hurricane Center:

No current storm in NHC Atlantic Wallet 2
No current storm in NHC AT2 as of Tue, 24 Oct 2017 02:01:14 GMT

Space News: Fuel leak blamed for private rocket failure | Shuttle crew returns to Houston

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July 18, 2006

Oppressive heat grips most of nation; Another hot one in NY, Long Island, Philly; DFW reaches 107 degrees, OKC 106; North America enduring continental heat wave; UK’s hottest day ever possible on Wed.; Tropical Storm Beryl forms; Storms collapse horse barn, down power lines in Wisc.; Flooding affected nearly 7,800 Pa. homes; 8 wildfires merge, close Calif. highway; Weather helps slow S. Calif. wildfires; Tsunami kills at least 262 on Java Island; Tropical Storm Bilis kills 188 in S. China; Space Shuttle Discovery lands safely; Noctilucent clouds over Sweden

Baking: Oppressive heat grips most of nation | More from AccuWeather | Another hot one in New York, Long Island

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport reaches 107 degrees on Tuesday: Current conditions at D/FW Airport | North Fort Worth weather station | Oklahoma City reaches 106 degrees | 98 degrees in Baltimore | 97 degrees in Philly | North America enduring continental heat wave

U.S. Temps: Current U.S. temperatures map, and heat index map; Weather.com color map

UK’s Hottest Day Ever Tomorrow?: ‘UK’s hottest day ever’ warning | Current conditions in southeast England and London-area weather and live webcam images

Tropical Storm Beryl Forms: Latest from the National Hurricane Center

Beryl will approach the North Carolina coast, but may not make landfall. Everyone from N.C. to New England should keep an eye on Beryl, however. Some resources for Beryl are in the box below. Also, check out the complete list

Other Weather News: Storms collapse horse barn, down power lines in Wisc.

Flooding affected nearly 7,800 Pa. homes

Wildfires Update: 8 wildfires merge, close Calif. highway | Weather helps slow Southern California wildfires | Latest wildfire news

World Weather: Tsunami kills at least 262 on Java Island | Tropical Storm Bilis kills 188 in Southern China

Space News: Space Shuttle Discovery lands safely | Astronomy Picture of the Day: Noctilucent clouds over Sweden

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July 17, 2006

Weary shuttle crew looks forward to Earth; Tsunami follows M7.2 Indonesia quake; Report of 120-degree high in South Dakota; 111 degrees at Rapid City Regional Airport beats previous records; Drought hits S.D.; 113 degree high in Nebraska Sunday; Philly may reach 100; Scorching weather breaks a record in L.A.; Ind. heat wave expected to be worst in years; Heat sizzles over weekend in Wisc.; More triple-digit heads for Texas after D/FW reaches 103; Toronto heat; Lightning may start more Calif. wildfires; FEMA official: Storm aid changes coming; Brad Pitt shocked at Katrina’s devastation; Typhoon Bilis kills 115 in China; Last week’s Top 10 city pages

Monday Return?: Weary Discovery shuttle crew looks forward to Earth: Final preps | Monday’s landing times, weather permitting: 9:14 a.m. EDT and 10:50 a.m. EDT | NASA TV’s live stream of landing | Latest stories

Tsunami Follows Indonesia Quake: Indonesia mag. 7.2 quake triggers 6-foot tsunami | Latest

Report Of 120 Degree High In S.D.: Record heatwave strikes: Reports Saturday of 120 degree temperatures in Usta (NW South Dakota); 111 degrees at Rapid City Regional Airport, beating the previous record of 110 degrees set in 1989 and 1973; Downtown Rapid City misses all-time record of 107 by one degree | Drought hits South Dakota

113 In Nebraska: 113 degree high in Valentine, NE

Heat Wave Continues; Philly May Reach 100: Forecast and Current conditions at Philadelphia International Airport | U.S. Temps: Current U.S. temperatures map, and heat index map; Weather.com color map

L.A. Heat: Scorching weather breaks a record in Los Angeles

Midwest Heat: Indiana heat wave expected to be worst in years | Heat sizzles over weekend in Wisconsin

Texas Heat: More triple-digit heat on the way for Texas: High Sunday at D/FW Airport: 103 | Live WXnation Station in north Fort Worth (Sunday’s high was 105.1 degrees)

Toronto Heat: How do you like the heat so far?

California Wildfires Update: Lightning may start more California wildfires

Katrina Update: FEMA official: Storm aid changes coming

Brad Pitt shocked at Hurricane Katrina’s devastation

World Weather: Typhoon Bilis kills 115 in China

Last Week’s Top 10 City Pages: Most visited WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages between July 10-16, 2006:
1. Minneapolis/St. Paul
2. Toronto
3. St. Louis
4. Orlando
5. Chicago
6. New York City
7. Houston
8. Las Vegas
9. Milwaukee
10. Boston
… This month’s Top 20 is in the center column of our home page

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July 15, 2006

Dangerous heat wave bakes much of U.S.; Temperature reaches 101 in Fargo, N.D., for first time since July 1989; 117-degree heat in S.D.; Black Hills heat; NYC highs may reach 100 degrees early next week; D.C. forecast high of 99 next week; Fire heat, winds may intensify Calif. wildfire; Spike Lee offers his take on Hurricane Katrina; Blogger Brendan Loy may be in film; Tom Brokaw joins fight against global warming; U.S. scientists work on computer model to detect quakes; M4.0 earthquake felt across SE Idaho; Canadians enjoying the warmest year on record but expert warns of dangers; Shuttle astronauts begin trip back to Earth; Widespread display of noctilucent clouds

Heat Grips U.S.: Dangerous heat wave bakes much of the nation | Resources: Current U.S. temperatures map, and heat index map; Weather.com color map

Hottest Day In Fargo Since July 5, 1989: Today’s temperature reached 101 degrees in Fargo, N.D., for the first time since July 5, 1989 … NWS: List of 100+ degree days in Fargo since 1950 (Today marks 18th day at or above 101 since 1950): Current Conditions and weather stations on Google map | No 100 today in Grand Forks, N.D. | Conditions at airport

117-Degree Heat In S.D.: Highs today: 117 degrees in Pierre, S.D. | Personal weather stations on Google map for Pierre, S.D.; 116 degrees in Kadoka, S.D.; 111 degrees in Rapid City, S.D. | Weather stations on Google map for Rapid City; 105 degrees in Bismarck, N.D. | 112 degrees in Chadron, NE | Scorching heat bakes South Dakota’s Black Hills area

NYC, D.C. Heat: Hot time in the city: heat wave on the way: NYC highs may reach 100 degrees early next week | NYC forecast | D.C. forecast high of 99 next week

Wildfires In Calif. Update: Fire heat, winds may intensify California wildfire | Latest wildfire news

Katrina Update: Spike Lee offers his take on Hurricane Katrina | Blogger Brendan Loy may be in film

Global Warming With Brokaw: Tom Brokaw joins fight against global warming: Premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. on the Discovery Channel

Quake Wire: U.S. scientists work on computer model to detect earthquakes | Magnitude 4.0 earthquake felt across southeast Idaho

Warm Up North: Canadians enjoying the warmest year on record but expert warns of dangers

Space News: Shuttle astronauts say goodbyes, begin trip back to Earth

Europeans have just witnessed the most widespread display of noctilucent clouds so far this year, SpaceWeather.com reports

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July 14, 2006

Iowa storms cut power to thousands; NWS confirms Westchester, N.Y., tornado, 1st since 2000; Canyon Fire in Calif. may burn 40,000 acres; Record Calif. power demand possible soon; Triple-digit heat in Dallas/Fort Worth to stick around, says NWS; S. Fla. rallies behind 95-year-old hurricane victim; Gaming school reopens on hurricane-damage Gulf Coast; Deluge in Rochester, N.Y., breaks record for July; Suburban Cleveland county on shaky ground since Jan. 1; Logitech teams with YouTube to promote webcam video sharing; Inflatable spacecraft beams back images

Weather News: Iowa storms cut power to thousands

National Weather Service confirms Westchester, N.Y., tornado, 1st since 2000

Canyon Fire in California may burn 40,000 acres | Latest wildfire news

Record California power demand possible soon

Triple-digit heat in Dallas/Fort Worth to stick around, weather service says | D/FW weather and live webcam images | Monitor weather conditions in north Fort Worth: WXnation Station

South Fla. rallies behind 95-year-old hurricane victim

Gaming school reopens on hurricane-damage Gulf Coast

Deluge in Rochester, N.Y., breaks record for July

Quake Wire: Suburban Cleveland county on shaky ground since Jan. 1 | Live quake data is in the right column of this page

World Of Webcams: Logitech teams with YouTube to promote webcam video sharing

Space News: Inflatable spacecraft beams back images

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