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June 18, 2005

Weekend weather outlook; Pictures of tornado and rainbow, noctilucent cloud, galaxies; Okla. storms kill 1, leave 42,500 without power; Flooding hits Canada’s southern Prairies; NASA hurricane researchers to discuss tropical systems mission; Hurricane center watches system east of Fla.; Thursday’s quake upped to 6.7; Report: What’s happening to millions donated for tsunami survivors?; Russian cargo ship set to dock at space station

Weekend Weather: Weekend weather outlook from WeatherBug Backyard Club Blog

Pictures Aplenty: Check out this amazing tornado/rainbow picture taken in Kansas, and complete gallery … and then this noctilucent cloud picture taken in the Netherlands, and the Noctilucent Cloud Gallery. Finally, the Visitors’ Galaxy Gallery

Weather News: Oklahoma storms kill utility worker, leave 42,500 without power

Flooding hits Canada’s southern Prairies

NASA hurricane researchers to discuss “Tropical Cloud Systems and Processes” mission to Costa Rica in July. Details

From Friday: Hurricane center watches system east of Florida

Thursday’s Quake Upped To 6.7: That earthquake off the coast of Northern California Thursday night was upped from magnitude 6.6 to 6.7 by the USGS. As always, the quake wire is in the left column of this page, and I’ve added some new resources to the quake section in the National/International page

Report: What’s happening to the millions donated for tsunami survivors?: Many thousands are still forced to live in temporary camps in Sri Lanka thanks to official incompetence and bureaucracy

Space News: Russian cargo ship set to dock at space station

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

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