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People in New Orleans Given the Go-Ahead To Go Home

Posted: 09/03/2008 - Most homes don't have power or working toilets, but residents in New Orleans can start going back at midnight tonight. About 77,000 homes in New Orleans are in the dark, and it's unclear when that'll change.

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Nagin Says Evacuees to Stay Away For Now

Posted: 09/02/2008 - Don't come home yet. That's the message to New Orleans evacuees from Mayor Ray Nagin. He says they may have to wait in shelters and motels for a few more days.

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Tropical Storm Still Causing Problems

Updated: 08/22/2008 - The toll from tropical storm Fay is mounting with two drowning deaths reported in Florida, and the number of deaths in the Caribbean climbing to 23.

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Fay Could Yet Become a Hurricane

Posted: 08/20/2008 - Tropical storm Fay is continuing its erratic path, with its center moving offshore and back into the Atlantic south of Melbourne, Florida.

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Fay Causes Street Flooding, but No Hurricane

Posted: 08/19/2008 - Tropical Storm Fay swept ashore near Naples, Florida, this morning but no major damage has been reported. There's some street flooding in Naples, where many businesses are going without storm shutters or other window protection.

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Grand Junction hits the Century Mark

Posted: 08/01/2008 - A call from Willard Scott may be in order as Grand Junction has finally hit the century mark. The National Weather Service says at 2 p.m. the temperature hit 100 degrees at Grand Junction Regional Airport.

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Hurricane Dolly Aftermath

Updated: 07/24/2008 - Dolly is still a tropical storm, with sustained winds down to about 50 miles-per-hour.

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Tornado Watch Posted As Hurricane Spins Ashore

Posted: 07/23/2008 - Forecasters say Hurricane Dolly is nearly at category 2 status, with winds of 95 miles an hour, as it approaches coastal towns straddling the Texas-Mexico border today.

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Texas Prepares For Dolly

Posted: 07/22/2008 - Forecasters don't expect Tropical Storm Dolly to turn into a major hurricane, but people in Texas are getting ready for bad weather.

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Iowa Innundated

Posted: 06/13/2008 - Flooding problems continue to plague Iowa where the governor and director of FEMA plan to tour devastated areas today.

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Surging Water Rips Sewer Lines; More Flooding Feared

Posted: 06/11/2008 - There are more concerns about flooding because of the severe storms that have drenched much of the Midwest. National Weather Service officials are urging people in unprotected flood plain areas along the Mississippi river to seek higher ground.

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Record Rains In Louisiana

Posted: 05/15/2008 - The Shreveport, Louisiana, area will take A while to dry out after getting soaked with more than ten inches of rain since late Tuesday.

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More Storms Predicted For The Plains

Posted: 05/13/2008 - Tornado survivors are bracing for another round of thunderstorms and severe weather in the nation's midsection

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It's Spring. Really.

Updated: 05/13/2008 - It may be spring, but another blast of winter is moving across Western Colorado.

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Governor to Survey Tornado Damage

Posted: 05/12/2008 - Damage assessments are being conducted in northeast Oklahoma and southwest Missouri, where tornadoes left more than 20 dead.

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