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May 22, 2006

NOAA predicts busy hurricane season, but not like 2005; Storms out West, chilly in Northeast, Great Lakes; Storms rip path of wrath across S.C.; Warmest April on record in U.S., top wettest in West; New Orleans has learned Katrina’s lesson; Engineers to discuss region’s levee failures; Survey shows many not worried about hurricanes; Britain set for summer downpour of frogs and fish, scientists say; Quebec families return home from flooding; Maneuvering in space image

NOAA: Busy Hurricane Season Ahead: NOAA predicts busy hurricane season, but not like 2005 | Survey shows many not worried about hurricanes

Storms Out West, Chilly In Northeast, Great Lakes: Powerful storm hitting California | Resources: Current watches and warnings map | Radar loop | Live Weather Plus video from Bay Area, L.A. and San Diego (Click “Video” tabs) | Weather and webcam images for the Bay Area, L.A., San Diego, Sacramento, Fresno, and all cities (Also listed in left column by state)

S.C. Storms: Storms rip path of wrath across S.C.

Warmest April In U.S.: Warmest April on record in U.S., top wettest in West

Katrina Update: TIME: New Orleans has learned Katrina’s lesson | Engineers to discuss region’s levee failures

World Weather … Chance Of Fish, Frogs In Forecast: From The Sun: Britain is set for a summer downpour of frogs and fish, scientists say

Quebec families return home from flooding in Eastern Townships

Astronomy Picture of the Day: Maneuvering in space

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6. Houston
7. Baltimore
8. Chicago
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10. Dallas/Fort Worth … This month’s Top 20 is in the center column of our home page

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  1. Karen says:

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    Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff, DHS Under Secretary for Preparedness George Foresman and acting FEMA Director David Paulison hold presser on hurricane preparedness at the FEMA headquarters in D.C.
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    Thanks and have a great day!

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