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Are You Ready for Winter Weather? [Infographic]

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Are You Ready for Winter Weather? [Infographic]


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Warm Saturday before cooler front moves in

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Warm Saturday before cooler front moves in


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Tropical Storm Nate weakens, brings rain to Georgia

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Tropical Storm Nate weakens, brings rain to Georgia


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Airbnb extends free housing program for Hurricane Irma, Maria evacuees

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Airbnb extends free housing program for Hurricane Irma, Maria evacuees


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Georgia debates more steps to prepare for devastating weather after Irma | Political Insider blog

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Georgia debates more steps to prepare for devastating weather after Irma | Political Insider blog


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Maria grows from tropical storm into hurricane

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Maria grows from tropical storm into hurricane


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After Irma, Georgia faces a ‘new normal’ of devastating storms

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After Irma, Georgia faces a ‘new normal’ of devastating storms


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  • Airbnb extends free housing program for Hurricane Irma, Maria evacuees
    Airbnb extends free housing program for Hurricane Irma, Maria evacuees

    , ajc.com

    Within the last several weeks, a slew of natural disasters have hit parts of the United States and the Caribbeans. Luckily, many businesses, including Airbnb, have lended a helping hand. Now the hospitality service is stepping in even more, because it’s extending its disaster response program, which offers free housing during catastrophes, for an additional two weeks for Hurricane evacuees displaced from the storms
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Weather

  • Tropical Storm Irma brings extensive flooding to Georgia coast
    Tropical Storm Irma brings extensive flooding to Georgia coast

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    Storm surges are jeopardizing cities along Florida’s Gulf and Atlantic coasts, and the National Hurricane Center says Irma is still producing some hurricane-force wind gusts after spinning off tornadoes in the state’s central core. The eye is now headed for Georgia. Here's the latest: Irma has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but the danger lingers for Florida's Gulf and Atlantic coasts The storm took a parting swipe at north Florida this morning before it started battering Georgia and South Carolina More than 155,000 people in Florida are still in shelters; more than 6 million Floridians lack power Irma has devastated several Caribbean islands What happens when the sea rises up during a hurricane? Communities along the Georgia coast are seeing extensive flooding from Tropical Storm Irma
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  • Now a tropical storm, Irma crosses Southeast, leaves three dead in Georgia, one in South Carolina
    Now a tropical storm, Irma crosses Southeast, leaves three dead in Georgia, one in South Carolina

    , japantimes.co.jp

    Irma weakened to a still-deadly tropical storm as it swirled beyond Florida Monday, killing at least three people in Georgia, flooding the coast, sending trees crashing onto homes and forcing the world’s busiest airport in Atlanta to cancel hundreds of flights. The former hurricane remained an immense, 668-kilometer wide storm as its center moved on from Florida Monday afternoon, giving its still-formidable gusts and drenching rains a far reach
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Atmospheric

  • Tropical Storm Nate to bring wind, rain to Georgia
    Tropical Storm Nate to bring wind, rain to Georgia

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    Moisture increases Saturday with approach of #Nate. Impacts: heavy rain & gusty winds on Sunday. pic.twitter.com/4RXIAZQRt8. — Karen Minton (@KarenMintonWSB) Tropical Storm Nate, which was recently upgraded from a tropical depression, is forecast to move over the northwest Caribbean Thursday night and reach northwest Georgia Sunday into Monday, according to Channel 2 Action News. The impacts to Georgia include tropical humidity, wind speeds up to 30 mph and between 2 and 4 inches of rain, Channel 2 meteorologist Karen Minton said
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Meteorology

  • Tropical Storm Irma brings extensive flooding to Georgia coast
    Tropical Storm Irma brings extensive flooding to Georgia coast

    , latimes.com

    Storm surges are jeopardizing cities along Florida’s Gulf and Atlantic coasts, and the National Hurricane Center says Irma is still producing some hurricane-force wind gusts after spinning off tornadoes in the state’s central core. The eye is now headed for Georgia. Here's the latest: Irma has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but the danger lingers for Florida's Gulf and Atlantic coasts The storm took a parting swipe at north Florida this morning before it started battering Georgia and South Carolina More than 155,000 people in Florida are still in shelters; more than 6 million Floridians lack power Irma has devastated several Caribbean islands What happens when the sea rises up during a hurricane? Communities along the Georgia coast are seeing extensive flooding from Tropical Storm Irma
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Earth

  • Trump breaks with previous presidents in response to natural disasters
    Trump breaks with previous presidents in response to natural disasters

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    For the aforementioned Bush, it was Hurricane Andrew. For his son, President George W. Bush, it was Hurricane Katrina. Bill Clinton faced the devastation of deadly tornadoes in Oklahoma, and Barack Obama experienced Superstorm Sandy. One thing all these leaders had in common was their response to the victims — from reassuring messages of hope to comforting hugs. Focus on the victims of Hurricane Harvey, according to the Washington Post, was missing from President Donald Trump’s visit to Texas on Tuesday
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