WXnation WIRE  

 Weather & Space News Blog
 since Feb. 2003

 WX - Telegraph abbreviation for weather often used with Morse code
 The Wire - Name once given to the telegraph

WIRE UPDATE: NWS Alerts: (Large)

SPC Storm Reports Radar





 

June 16, 2005

More than 100,000 homes across at least seven Texas counties lose power after transmission failure; Storms cut power to Penn., W. Va. residents; Report: NOAA’s weather and hazard alert radio failed during tsunami warning; Study: Increasing dust storms in Asia affecting Canadians’ health; NASA returns Discovery to launch pad for first mission since Columbia; Happy 10th Birthday to APoD!; Aurora watch today

What Happened? More than 100,000 homes across at least seven Texas counties lost power Wednesday night after a transmission failure at a Montgomery County power plant. Officials are looking for a cause. Story

Storms Tuesday night cut power to 20,000 western Pennsylvania and West Virginia

Report from Washington State: NOAA’s weather and hazard alert radio failed during Tuesday night’s tsunami warning on the West Coast. Details

Study: Increasing dust storms in Asia affecting Canadians’ health

Space News: NASA returns the space shuttle Discovery to the launch pad for the first mission since the Columbia disaster. Full story

Happy Birthday to APoD! Astronomy Picture of the Day turns 10

SpaceWeather.com issues aurora watch for today

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Wednesday: 1. Toronto 2. Orlando 3. Houston 4. Vancouver 5. Indianapolis … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

Share

One response to “More than 100,000 homes across at least seven Texas counties lose power after transmission failure; Storms cut power to Penn., W. Va. residents; Report: NOAA’s weather and hazard alert radio failed during tsunami warning; Study: Increasing dust storms in Asia affecting Canadians’ health; NASA returns Discovery to launch pad for first mission since Columbia; Happy 10th Birthday to APoD!; Aurora watch today”

  1. Hurricane! says:

    Tsunami Warning Fails

    After a 7.0 earthquake off the coast of California this week, the tsunami warning system failed to clear beaches….

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *





August 2019
S M T W T F S
« Oct    
 123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
25262728293031


XML Icon RSS 2.0 | .92 | RDF | Atom | WML/WAP



Your Weather by 'City,ST'/ZIP





Links:
Astronomy Pic./Day
Capital Weather Gang
Hurricane Hollow/Barometer Bob
Lost Remote Media News
Max Mayfield's Hurricane Blog
Moreweather
New England Weather | CT Weather
PC Mike's e-Journal
Philadelphia Weather
SpaceWeather
The Irish Trojan's Blog
WeatherBug Corporate Blog
Wunderground Blogs
WX-MAN's Perspective
WxRisk.com
WeatherMatrix Blog
Wire Archive:
2015: Aug. | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2014: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2013: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2012: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2011: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2010: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2009: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2008: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sept. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2007: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2006: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2005: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2004: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb. | Jan.
2003: Dec. | Nov. | Oct. | Sep. | Aug. | July | June | May | Apr. | Mar. | Feb.
Severe Weather Warnings, Watches & Advisories:
WXnation Warnings Page
NWS Severe Warnings/Watches Map
Storm Reports Maps

Also visit updated warnings text list

Most Recent Earthquakes Greater Than M 5:
USGS 2.5 + Quakes List | Map | More Maps