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Hurricane Hunters Make a Difference

Two Air Force officers realized their dreams about becoming a Hurricane Hunter and flying into the most powerful storms on Earth.

SOP newswireNOAA's High-Powered Satellites are Ready for The Atlantic Hurricane Season - With an active Atlantic hurricane season expected for 2007, NOAA"s high-powered satellites are ready to send forecasters a steady stream of crisp, detailed images, and other important data, of
SOP newswireNOAA Weather All Hazard Radio Provides Essential Storm Notification Especially At Night - Officials from NOAA National Weather Service offices that serve Indiana were on hand today at the Eastbrook Mobile Home Park in Evansville,
SOP newswireSeasonal Hazards Include Hurricanes, Extreme Heat and Wildfires - Soaring temperatures, summer storms, and drought conditions can all contribute to extreme weather.
SOP newswire2007 Hurricane Season, DOE is Ready - WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today outlined a number of steps that the Department is taking to strengthen its hurricane response system in the United
SOP newswireWar is Still the Flavor of the Month - What business would put their backup system 1.5 nautical miles from there main system? The Federal Government.
SOP newswireHurricane Season Begins - FEMA Urges Personal Preparedness and Responsibility - WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Fortunately last year’s hurricane season proved uneventful. However, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) wants residents living in hurricane prone areas
SOP newswire75 percent Hurricane Season Will Be Above Normal This Year - Experts at the NOAA Climate Prediction Center are projecting a 75 percent chance that the Atlantic Hurricane Season will be above normal this year—showing the ongoing active hurricane era remains strong. With the start of the hurricane
SOP newswireNOAA meteorologists are anticipating major drought concerns in sections of the U.S. - On the cusp of the summer season, NOAA meteorologists are anticipating major drought concerns in sections of the U.S. possibly fueling an already
SOP newswireU.N.- Growing Concern about Climate Change - Amid growing global concern about climate change, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged experts meeting in Geneva to address the need for warning systems
SOP newswireUnited States Joins In Approving Summary Report on Climate Change - The United States supports the consensus summary report on climate change mitigation that was reviewed and approved by over 100 countries meeting in Bangkok, Thailand, April 30 - May 4, 2007. The report is the third in a series that will be synthesized into the fourth Assessment Report to be released
SOP newswire3 prominent Special Envoys on Climate Change - The first woman Prime Minister of Norway, the former President of Chile, and the President of the 56th Session of the United Nations General Assembly were today named Special Envoys for Climate Change
SOP newswireAir Pollution Down, Air Quality Up - An early look at air quality and emissions data for 2006 shows continued improvement in the nation's air quality over the long term, EPA reports. Emissions of six key pollutants have dropped by more than half since 1970 and
Peter GiordanoSpring (and love) is in the air! - An inspiration to all readers who love the idea of packing up their winter hats and sweaters. Spring is in full bloom...
SOP newswireGolden State Heating Up, New NASA/University Study Finds - Average temperatures in California rose almost one degree Celsius (nearly two degrees Fahrenheit) during the second half of the 20th century, with
SOP newswireOcean Have Transitioned from a warm El Nieo to a cool La Niea - New data of sea-level heights from early February, 2007, by the Jason altimetric satellite show that the tropical Pacific Ocean has transitioned from a warm (El Ni"o) to a cool (La Ni"a) condition during the prior two months. The beginnings of a possible La Ni"a
SOP newswireFEMA, Rebuild Storm-Damaged Structures Smarter and Safer - ORLANDO, Fla. -- The task of rebuilding or repairing your disaster damaged home can be a daunting one, but it also presents an opportunity to reconstruct in a much safer, stronger and smarter way.
SOP newswireWinter Releases Its Icy Grip On The Nation's Midsection - As winter releases its icy grip on the nation's midsection, NOAA weather forecasters and hydrologists now contend with the possibility of significant flooding from rapid
SOP newswireCombined Global Land and Ocean Surface Temperature Highest For Any January On Record - The combined global land and ocean surface temperature was the highest for any January on record, according to scientists at the NOAA National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C. The most unusually
SOP newswireEvidence is now unequivocal that humans are causing global warming – UN report - Changes in the atmosphere, the oceans and glaciers and ice caps now show unequivocally that the world is warming due to human activities, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) said in new report released
SOP newswireNOAA -storm based warnings for tornadoes - The NOAA National Weather Service will introduce this fall storm-based warnings for tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, flash floods and marine hazards that are more geographically
John LillpopGeorge Bush's Early Hurricane Warning to Louisiana - Where does the time go? Here we are just a few months away from the official start of the 2007 hurricane season. It seems like only yesterday Mother Nature was beating up poor black people in New Orleans and environs.
SOP newswireStorms Mostly Wet, Not White, When Traversing U.S. - Skiers, sledders and snowmobilers in the central U.S. and East have been left itching for snow this season as El Niño influences the nation's typical winter weather pattern. In Thursday’s daily snow analysis
SOP newswireGeneral Warming Trend, El Niño Contribute to Milder Winter Temps - The 2006 average annual temperature for the contiguous U.S. was the warmest on record and nearly identical to
SOP newswireNOAA Reports 2006 Marked By Severe Heat Waves, Widespread Drought, Wildfires - The average annual temperature for the contiguous U.S. will likely be the third warmest on record in 2006, according to scientists at the N
SOP newswireNOAA Provides First Tsunami Detection Buoy for The Indian Ocean - NOAA joined the government of Thailand in launching the first Deep-ocean Assessment and Reporting of Tsunami, or DART, buoy station in the Indian Ocean to assist in detecting tsunamis.
Denise KaminskyStorm Chasing In The U.S. - As I was going through some old photos that I found in a box tucked away in my closet. I had stumbled across some photos that I had taken during the 1990's nor-eastern storm
SOP newswireNOAA Climate Prediction Center Released Latest U.S. Seasonal Outlook - Meteorologists at the NOAA Climate Prediction Center today released the latest U.S. seasonal outlook and reiterated once again this winter is likely to be warmer than the 30-year norm (1971-2000) over much of the nation, yet cooler than
SOP newswireFor the Second Consecutive Month, Temperatures Colder Than Average - Nov. 15, 2006 — For the second consecutive month, temperatures across the continental United States were cooler-than-average, according to scientists at the NOAA National
SOP newswireNOAA Research of Hurricane Isabel Reveals Intensity Clues - Researchers were drawn into studying Isabel more in-depth upon detecting extremely high velocity winds within the hurricane that were observed by surveillance flights.
Stacey SmithMileground Flooding a Driving Risk - When it rains, it pours on Mileground Road in Monongalia County, West Virginia. On any given day, gray clouds can roll in and the ominous sound of thunder can be heard from miles away.
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