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Hurricanes Beat Butler To Win Puerto Rico Tipoff

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Angel Rodriguez stood on the court, wearing both a big smile and the flag of his native Puerto Rico around his shoulders as he celebrated with Miami teammates. 572 more words


Kopitar's Two Goals Not Enough For Kings

LOS ANGELES (AP) — When Justin Faulk winds up for his slap shot, the defenseman is making it hurt for Carolina’s opponents — both physically, and on the scoreboard. 659 more words


Jackets Fall to Hurricanes After Hot Start

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Miami spotted Georgia Tech an early touchdown, then rolled off 31 consecutive points to post a 38-21 victory in an Atlantic Coast Conference matchup of Coastal Division also-rans on Saturday. 200 more words


A Storm and Its Aftermath

Hurricane Donna struck the coast of New York in the early mornng hours. It had lumbered up the Eastern Seaboard slowly before its dark arrival. I awoke to windows rattling in the nearly hundred mile an hour wind and rain splashing against the panes in waves so heavy I thought the glass would smash. 326 more words

Another Record Broken


Here is what happened after the last record El Nino in 1998

This will not be a carbon copy. Weather never is. However it is going to be 2 years of severe extremes in a large swath of North and South America. 12 more words

Current Science

shelter from the storm

Just read the most recent post from language: a feminist guide on storm names (Stormy Weather) and the degree to which storms are taken seriously, based upon the gender of their name. 505 more words

Stormy weather

The biggest storm I’ve ever witnessed hit the south of England in 1987, killing 18 people and bringing down 15 million trees. At the time we referred to it as ‘the hurricane’, but technically it wasn’t a hurricane because it didn’t originate in the tropics. 865 more words