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Mar
09
2012

Special Weather Summary

Two major flood events drench the Hawaiian Islands (March 9, 2012) Two major flood events have drenched the Hawaiian Islands in less than a week.  A slow moving cold front pushed down through the Hawaiian Islands, accompanied by an area of low pressure aloft, both of which teamed up to provide the Hawaiian Islands with …

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Nov
09
2011

Special Weather Summary

Alaska West Coast to be Impacted by Severe Bering Sea Storm A powerful and extremely dangerous storm of near record or record magnitude is bearing down on the west coast of Alaska bringing with it hurricane force winds, blizzard conditions and significant storm surge.   As of November 9, 2011 at 02:30 Alaska Standard Time, …

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Feb
10
2011

Special Weather Summary

Eastern Pacific tropical cyclones Jova, Irwin…and tropical disturbance 99E The eastern north Pacific continues to be very active at the moment, with a major hurricane, a weakening tropical storm, and an area under investigation, with a moderate 50% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone…all happening within a fairly small area of the ocean offshore …

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Feb
07
2011

Special Weather Summary

Eastern Pacific tropical cyclones Jova and Irwin The eastern north Pacific continues to be very active at the moment, with a hurricane, a tropical storm, and an area under investigation, with a moderate 50% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone…all happening within a fairly small area of the ocean. Hurricane Irwin: Irwin is the …

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