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Supporters: Climate change makes Great Lakes compact more urgent

Posted: 11/28/2007 - The group says scientific studies show that climate change may worsen the low-water problem in the coming century. And it may intensify water shortages in dry areas such as the desert Southwest, which could try to get hold of Great Lakes water.

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Snow accumulates in Abilene and more expected Friday in Panhandle

Posted: 11/23/2007 - Parts of North Texas, the Panhandle and West Texas saw light snowfall with little to no accumulation. A meteorologist with the national Weather Service says recent warm temperatures kept the ground warm and the snow melting.

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Fog lifts, bringing an end to flight delays

Posted: 11/20/2007 - An FAA spokesman initially reported that fog had shut down one of two runways for arriving planes. But he later said that was an error, and that the closure was due to maintenance.

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Delays popping up as busy travel week gets underway

Posted: 11/19/2007 - The National Weather Service says steady rain in New York could turn to snow. And meteorologists in the Midwest have been watching weather fronts that could bring an onslaught of snow and cold that could snarl air traffic at O'Hare.

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Death toll reaches 2,300 in Bangladesh cyclone

Posted: 11/19/2007 - Officials are blaming at least 2,300 deaths on the storm. But the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society -- Islamic equivalent of the Red Cross -- says the toll could hit 10,000 once rescuers reach outlying islands.

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Warm fall leaves trees still hanging onto leaves

Posted: 11/19/2007 - Sam Carman is the education director for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources' Division of Forestry. He says it's been a very unusual year in terms of fall colors.

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Power cyclone hit Bangladesh

Posted: 11/16/2007 - Cyclone Sidr roared ashore last night with driving rain and high waves. Some 650,000 villagers had fled as it approached. An official at the cyclone center in the capital, Dhaka, says most of the people who died were killed by falling trees and debris. Others drowned when they fell off boats.

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Georgia governor prays for rain at Capitol

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Georgia and its neighboring states are caught in an epic drought that threatens public water supplies. Perdue has ordered water restrictions and appealed to President Bush.

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Power returns to thousands in the Northwest

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Winds higher than 70 miles per hour blew trees and branches onto power lines and into cars and houses. The worst of the storm damage occurred west of the Cascade Range.

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High winds cut power to thousands in Pacific Northwest

Posted: 11/13/2007 - Winds higher than 70 miles-an-hour blew trees and branches onto power lines and cut electricity to roughly 85,000 customers in Washington, mostly in the western part of the state.

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Powerful storm in Europe kicks up surging waters

Posted: 11/09/2007 - The North Sea storm sent waves up to 20 feet high crashing into sea defenses in Lowestoft, the most eastern point of Britain. Police in Norfolk say rising water had breached the flood defenses in the town center.

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Mike Hoffman's look at Old Man Winter

Updated: 11/08/2007 - With an unseasonably warm fall many people want to know what to expect this winter. Newscenter 16's Severe Weather Expert, Mike Hoffman, gives us his outlook on old man winter this year.

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Thousands isolated by Mexico flooding

Posted: 11/05/2007 - Since swollen rivers broke their banks October 28th, floodwaters have damaged the homes of a half million people and cut off entire towns.

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New England coast cleans up after storm

Posted: 11/05/2007 - At least two house fires are indirectly blamed on the storm, and several thousand coastal residents from Maine to Massachusetts are expected to spend a second night without power.

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Killer storm heads toward the Bahamas

Posted: 11/01/2007 - The National Hurricane Center has issued a tropical storm watch for parts of southeast Florida. Noel is moving slowly away from the north coast of Cuba.

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Daniels appeals disaster aid denial for northern Indiana

Posted: 11/01/2007 - Daniels sent an eight-page letter to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and President Bush. He noted that storm systems bringing high winds and torrential rain damaged 571 homes and cost local governments more than $10 million when they swept through in August.

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Evansville mom keeps up push for weather radio requirement

Posted: 11/01/2007 - The bill passed the House and would require manufacturers to install National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration weather radios capable of receiving broadcasts from the National Weather Service.

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Noel hits Cuba; 22 dead elsewhere

Posted: 10/31/2007 - Forecasters project the storm will emerge over water tomorrow near Cuba's Cayo Coco resort area and head northeast toward the Bahamas. They also say a tropical storm watch might be issued for parts of southeastern Florida.

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