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November 15, 2005

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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