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Ida could be devastating Cat 3 hurricane near New Orleans

By MELINDA DESLATTE and SETH BORENSTEIN The Associated Press BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) – Forecasters now say Tropical Storm Ida could be a major Category 3 hurricane with top winds of 115 mph when it nears the U.S. coast. The National Hurricane Center says Ida is showing hallmarks of a rare, rapidly intensifying storm that

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Fred, wet and unwelcome, spawns twisters and flooding in US

The Associated Press Tropical Depression Fred has weakened to a depression and spawned several apparent tornadoes in Georgia as it spreads heavy rains into the Appalachian mountains, on a path that could cause flash floods into upstate New York. Thousands were without power in the Florida Panhandle, where it came ashore as a tropical storm

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Heat wave brings dangerous temperatures to southern states

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) – Forecasters say dangerous heat is invading parts of several Southern states. The National Weather Service issued heat advisories Tuesday covering large of parts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. In Louisiana, a heat advisory covered the northern part of the state, where temperatures were expected to hit 97 degrees in Shreveport. In

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Tropical system bringing heavy rain, flooding to Gulf Coast

MIAMI (AP) – Forecasters predict a tropical system will bring heavy rain, storm surge and coastal flooding to the U.S. Gulf Coast as early as Friday and throughout the weekend. The poorly organized disturbance was located early Friday about 390 miles south of Morgan City, Louisiana. The U.S. National Hurricane Center says maximum sustained winds

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Millions Across Southeast Bracing for Potential Tornadoes

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) – Hundreds of schools, COVID-19 vaccination clinics, businesses and more are shutting down across the Deep South as forecasters warn of waves of severe weather including massive tornadoes, downpours and hail the size of tennis balls. The weather service says roughly 16 million people in the Southeast could see powerful storms Wednesday

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