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One system has some potential to affect the U.S. coast — but it is no sure thing.
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The season's sixth storm, it developed about three weeks ahead of normal.
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Belize can expect damaging winds, torrential rain, and a storm surge of several feet.
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The official Atlantic hurricane season is six months long, from June 1 through November 30. But activity is concentrated in a much shorter timeframe. If we think in terms of Accumulated Cyclone Energy, or ACE, roughly 52% of the entire season's ACE occurs in just one month between August 25 and ...
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Factors will work for and against tropical storm development in the coming months.
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A hostile environment in the Gulf of Mexico is keeping Colin from becoming a significant threat, but heavy rainfall and storm surge at high tide shouldn't be disregarded.
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Fiona is on the decline, but trailing system may have clearer path to becoming something more powerful.
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The average formation date of the fifth named storm is August 30, but this year, it will likely arrive early. The African easterly wave we've been tracking for a bit over a week now is much better organized and is very close to being upgraded to Tropical Storm Earl.
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The chance of tropical storms ramps up substantially in the next six weeks.
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The storm dropped nearly a foot of rain in the Sunshine State and produced a four foot storm surge.
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  • Lycoming College
    physics, astronomy, 1994 - 1998
  • Colorado State University
    atmospheric science, 1998 - 2001
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Slow and rude... if you have a lease and need to use this place for recall repairs, oil changes, etc, be prepared for long waits, frustration, and poor customer service.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Courteous, friendly, and professional service!
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I'm guessing people who reviewed this place for great drinks are family members of the owner. The "mojito" was nothing more than club soda and mint. No kidding. It was a joke (a $10 joke). Keep walking...
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reviewed 4 months ago
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Don't be discouraged by the long line. Be patient... it's worth it! Coffee, pastries, bread, sandwiches, etc, etc -- it's all good!
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Nice store with lots of furniture, statues, and trinkets with an Indian flair. Bought a big stone Buddha bust for a backyard garden and love it!
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
A Latin Lounge. I have been coming here for nearly 4 years (it's close to home and a decent price), and it has gradually gotten worse and worse. It's dirty, slow, and if you don't speak spanish: good luck. The employees are there to chat and have fun (with each other), while the [few] English-speaking clients sit around having no idea what's going on. The music is loud and obnoxious too. Time to find another spot where a guy can get a simple haircut.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago