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October 31, 2005

Strange No. 2 appears in eye of Wilma; Beta weakens, causes C. America flooding; Key West set to reopen to tourists, Some schools in S. Fla. remain closed; 2 million in Fla. still without power; Silent storm; Post-hurricane plans adds $55 million for NOAA; CBS 19 introduces ‘Stormy’ the weather dog; Big Easy gets some of its Goth mojo back; Schools raise over $20K for Katrina relief; Jackson charity recording underway in L.A.; Severe storms possible in DFW; WXnation city pages navigation updates

Weird Wilma News: Strange ‘2’ appears in eye of Wilma… I went back to one of the images I snapped from the National Weather Service, and there it is. A No. 2 … I didn’t see it at the time.


Radar image from 5:56 a.m. EDT Monday, courtesy National Weather Service. Links to current loop.

Other Wilma News: Key West set to reopen to tourists: Some schools in South Fla. remain closed | 2 million Floridians still without power after Wilma | Opinion at USAToday.com: Wilma, silent storm

Beta weakens to tropical depression, causes flooding in Central America

Post-hurricane plans adds $55 million for NOAA

CBS 19 introduces ‘Stormy’ the weather dog

Katrina News: Big Easy gets some of its Goth mojo back | UC schools raise over $20K for Hurricane Katrina relief | Jackson charity recording underway in L.A.

Storms, some possibly severe, are in the forecast for the Dallas-Fort Worth area [weather/webcams]

WXnation City Pages Navigation Updates: Instead of going to see “The Weather Man” this weekend, I spent time making some improvements (hopefully, that’s what they are) to the navigation and appearance of the WXnation city pages. First, small, green markers are now before each link, or each Web site’s group of links, making it easier to determine where links end and begin. Finally, small boxes below the logo and city ID make it possible to jump to popular sections located “below the fold,” including Current Weather/Forecasts, WX Warnings/Watches/Closings, and Air & Road Traffic Conditions. I hope you find these changes useful.

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Sunday: 1. New Orleans 2. Cape Coral/Fort Myers 3. Dallas/Fort Worth 4. Key West 5. Vancouver … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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