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A strong cold front will trigger multiple rounds of #severe #thunderstorms from the Interior #Northeast to the east… https://t.co/nIUpkdInWN
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5/29
2020
Warming influence of greenhouse gases continues to rise, according to NOAA's latest #AnnualGreenhouseGasIndex: See… https://t.co/AKxTYhYEQM#DroughtMonitor 5/26: Next week, @NOAA’s @NWSCPC sees mostly dry in the East and Midwest and wet in the West. Sou… https://t.co/T4RvR4UbOy
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/26: Snow Drought Update: The Big Melt Out Low snowpack + warm temps in CA, NV, OR, WA, AZ, NM h… https://t.co/m8Jz8fepfm
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/26: This week’s change map shows improvements around the USA with all that rain. As always, not… https://t.co/8bU4MxeGS3
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/26: The story last week was rain, rain, everywhere. Okay, not everywhere but rain fell on… https://t.co/lTnLjn7yTk
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5/28
2020
NOAA is monitoring water levels and winds for Tropical Storm Bertha. View real-time water level and meteorological… https://t.co/cLZbxhr2LF
Retweeted by NOAATropical Storm Bertha may produce life-threatening flash flooding across portions of eastern to central South Carol… https://t.co/JkBpoTofz1
Retweeted by NOAATropical Storm Bertha makes landfall in South Carolina. Heavy rainfall threat will spread northward with life-threa… https://t.co/jncCCzFSjg
Retweeted by NOAATropical Storm #Bertha has formed near the coast of South Carolina this morning. Heavy rainfall will be the biggest… https://t.co/QyaWsQqfYI
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5/27
2020
Dangerously hot temperatures are expected this week for parts of the desert southwest and west coast. * check on… https://t.co/GGDP2CMdCn
Retweeted by NOAAHere's a look at forecast high temperatures for #Tuesday, May 26. Above normal temperatures are likely across much… https://t.co/hMhaZbjZQj
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5/26
2020
Did you know that you can help scientists count migrating river herring from the safety of your own home? Become a… https://t.co/50MtXGOyus
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5/22
2020
WATCH: Video summary of NOAA's 2020 Atlantic #HurricaneSeason Outlook. (A captioned version can be found at… https://t.co/kEPjxPzBaFDid yours make the list? Here are the storm names for the 2020 Atlantic #HurricaneSeason according to the @WMO:… https://t.co/JML2SYAH6QNOAA's #Atlantic #HurricaneSeason Outlook 2020 predicts: 70% likelihood of 13-19 named storms of which 6-10 could… https://t.co/iPPjpywEzBJust in: Busy #Atlantic #HurricaneSeason predicted for 2020. Multiple climate factors indicate above-normal activi… https://t.co/GlFMtwsJbY#DroughtMonitor 5/19: What a difference a year makes. May 19, 2020: 15.8% of the USA in #drought w/ 32.1 people.… https://t.co/qXnCm6E3vo
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/19: If you like warm, @NOAA’s @NWSCPC forecast for next week has you covered. Way above average t… https://t.co/gKaqMgpQTJ
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/19: @NOAA’s @NWSCPC Seasonal Outlook sees trouble out West with #drought persisting or developing… https://t.co/s7hI5jlUNN
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/19: This week’s change map shows a new area of #drought in ND running into SD and new dryness (wi… https://t.co/OL96TCmPcX
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/19: Copious amounts of precip fell last week on #drought areas in the Northwest, NorCal, south TX… https://t.co/I7gmpghq7G
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5/21
2020
A multi-day heavy rain event is setting up across portions of the Mid-Atlantic and the Southeast, including the sou… https://t.co/KGSp9ZtG8I
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5/20
2020
#OnThisDay 40 years ago, #MountStHelens erupted in a massive blast that was famously visible from space. Here's the… https://t.co/SVGP5K0PiJ
Retweeted by NOAAThe USGS Library is commemorating the 40th anniversary of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens with a special onli… https://t.co/uThXjyCzgb
Retweeted by NOAAHeavy rain will shift from the Ohio River Valley today, into the southern Appalachians, Carolinas, and western Virg… https://t.co/OrhINsxFi2
Retweeted by NOAAThis is the last week of our #HurricanesAtHome webinars, and ALL kids, no matter where you live, are welcome to reg… https://t.co/c4jCZGCe6n
Retweeted by NOAANOAA continues to monitor water levels and winds for Tropical Storm Arthur off the southeast coast of the U.S. View… https://t.co/6rf5YSGQml
Retweeted by NOAA#NOAALive4Kids is headed to Hawai'i! Join us on Monday, 5/18@3pm EDT as we become archaeologists exploring the Papa… https://t.co/5prvc53GPd
Retweeted by NOAATropical Storm #Arthur 5am Monday, May 18 Key Messages: Tropical Storm conditions are expected along portions of th… https://t.co/Iji7ReeERZ
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5/18
2020
#ESDayNOAA Today is Endangered Species Day. Our marine species possess great cultural and economic value—they matte… https://t.co/O9U9laRZtZ
Retweeted by NOAA2/We will have aircraft and personnel ready to conduct flights in support of hurricane reconnaissance + surveillanc… https://t.co/XWWneocsAa
Retweeted by NOAA1/ LAKELAND, FL- NOAA’s Aircraft Operations Center is preparing for hurricane season. Pilots, aircrew and maintaine… https://t.co/Mv4g8Nm8a3
Retweeted by NOAAOne of the big weather stories on #Friday will be the #severe thunderstorm threat across the Northeast into the Ohi… https://t.co/kjEWpGfbuR
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5/15
2020
Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms are possible later this afternoon into tonight from eastern Kansas into… https://t.co/DRZizdfgl7
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/12: Next week, @NOAA’s @NWSCPC sees normal to warm temps east and colder west. And downright hot… https://t.co/YhGrc4dzed
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/12: Spotlight on TX, where a shift seems to be in the works. South TX has had #drought since Fal… https://t.co/O2p0DdzYKX
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/12: Deterioration all over the place in this week’s change map including areas in the upper Midwe… https://t.co/OOwNgGMbfi
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/12: Precip in NorCal and south TX wasn’t enough (yet) to make a real dent in #Drought2020’s footp… https://t.co/Jjbcu3fDIq
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5/14
2020
SEE: Map of #April 2020 Global Significant #Climate Events from @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/peGbmPbFjZhttps://t.co/joQN2b0QOAThe year-to-date (Jan. through April 2020) global land and ocean surface #temperature was 2nd warmest on record: 2.… https://t.co/RaJ9cYMiODAnd: #April 2020 #Antarctic #SeaIce coverage was 3% below average. @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/peGbmPbFjZhttps://t.co/cXlStDEgXgAt 6.5% below avg, #April 2020 #Arctic #SeaIce coverage was the 4th smallest April extent on record:… https://t.co/p4EDV9BGHPJust in: #April 2020 was the 2nd-warmest April on record for globe; month had an average temperature 1.91°F (1.06°C… https://t.co/bETL9rGsWFHere's the #weather snapshot for #Wednesday, May 13. Severe thunderstorms are likely from Texas to the central Plai… https://t.co/62m8nGBwLC
Retweeted by NOAASeabirds! Join #NOAALive4Kids Wednesday, 5/13 @ 11 am EDT to explore the seabirds at NOAA's Cordell Bank National… https://t.co/znSXnvFuEA
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5/13
2020
Critical fire weather conditions are forecast over parts of the Desert Southwest Monday. Over the eastern two-third… https://t.co/id8KU6iy1r
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5/11
2020
Well below normal low temperatures for this time of year are expected overnight tonight across a good portion of th… https://t.co/rujbVLbaVT
Retweeted by NOAAMany people rely on their neighbors after a disaster, but there are also many ways you can help your neighbors befo… https://t.co/7pzOuwBwTG
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5/8
2020
Can your home withstand a hurricane? Make sure it is up to local hurricane building code specifications. Remember,… https://t.co/g9kthLPbLC
Retweeted by NOAAJoin in live TODAY at 2pm EDT for the first ever Ocean Today Every Full Moon Watch Party! Incredible footage and ha… https://t.co/nOFsUWjiaQ
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/5: Next week, @NOAA’s @NWSCPC sees good news (if you need precip) for most of the USA, including… https://t.co/H8ftedQP1K
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/5: How has #Drought2020 progressed this year? Intensification in the Northwest and Intermountain… https://t.co/evHC5SrOkK
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/5: Mostly deteriorations in this week's change map. The western dry area stretching from WA to K… https://t.co/YCNWe2cSxQ
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 5/5: #Drought2020’s footprint now extends from the WA/Canada border through parts of OR, ID, MT, CA… https://t.co/VdMAPKPjWy
Retweeted by NOAANOAA’s HYSPLIT is a powerful model that’s usually used to track how air pollution moves. Now, NOAA and @FAOlocusthttps://t.co/4Ihcabbk6V
Retweeted by NOAAA late-season snowstorm possible for the interior Northeast beginning Friday. Do your part to keep everyone safe. L… https://t.co/rgxK4WNMw3
Retweeted by NOAAHere's the #weather snapshot for #Thursday, May 7. Severe thunderstorms and heavy rain are possible from the southe… https://t.co/ln9ITPOc8h
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5/7
2020
Want to talk tornadoes with a storm researcher? See some of the tools they use to safely study tornadoes, & ask abo… https://t.co/RzM6YJBqNK
Retweeted by NOAAWishing for a field trip to the deep ocean? Grab your popcorn and join the Ocean Today Every Full Moon Watch Party!… https://t.co/lU8tm16krl
Retweeted by NOAAYou’ve probably noticed it: Since COVID-19 has driven many people indoors, there are fewer cars on the road, fewer… https://t.co/0l9srAdiva
Retweeted by NOAASEE: This #April U.S. Significant #Climate Events Map from @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/SE8asPY1HHhttps://t.co/zDL2nQ1wc4#Alaska’s average #April 2020 temperature was 27.5°F, above average by 4.2°F -- and in top ⅓ of 96-yr record.… https://t.co/HFRBNZ6w97[*With correct map: April, not YTD in previous tweet] : #April 2020 #temp & #precip for U.S. were near avg. Month w… https://t.co/de0ngcBZbZThe U.S. saw lower-than-average precipitation for #April 2020: 0.05 inches below average. @NOAANCEIclimatehttps://t.co/zCCD9rtgezThe YTD (Jan. thru April) average U.S. temperature — 42.2°F (3.0°F above avg) — ranked 10th warmest on record.… https://t.co/Eq0DO8G7FxAre you insured for a hurricane? Keep in mind that standard homeowners insurance doesn’t cover flooding, and flood… https://t.co/5cWyoeC2BT
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5/6
2020
Today's #hurricane preparedness topic is on Assembling Disaster Supplies. You need to prepare for both the hurrican… https://t.co/92wziDH8gg
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5/5
2020
#ClimateChange has been influencing where tropical cyclones occur, according to new NOAA-led research.… https://t.co/WEjpzbF4mz
Retweeted by NOAA"I never miss a chance to join NOAA on an expedition,” said John Caplis, a teacher from Michigan. Connect with… https://t.co/MxDH4ETKEl
Retweeted by NOAAAre you in a #hurricane evacuation zone, or in a home that would be otherwise unsafe in a hurricane? If so, think n… https://t.co/Xp5i9oJV5a
Retweeted by NOAAIt's National Hurricane Preparedness Week: Are you ready? It’s not just those along the coast that can experience… https://t.co/R6NqrUSnMI
5/4
2020
#TGIF and happy #FullDiskFriday! Did you know @NOAA's #GOES #satellites can see the world in 16 different wavelengt… https://t.co/T2n49AHSrI
Retweeted by NOAA#HurricanesAtHome webinars continue next week for 4th-6th graders in #Virginia, #DC, #Maryland, #Delaware,… https://t.co/DC7InerfGl
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5/1
2020
Temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees above average over parts of the Southwest, Great Basin, the Rockies and parts… https://t.co/H6houH2Cgf
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 4/30: Mud Season Snow #Drought Update Snowmelt is underway. Above normal temps with below normal p… https://t.co/UvutjBtjld
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 4/28: Next week, @NOAA’s @NWSCPC sees the general trend continuing: warm and dry west and wet and c… https://t.co/kwmTerKlcq
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 4/28: Spotlight on the Missouri River Basin, where flooding has been a much bigger concern than… https://t.co/Qv6lK90DJU
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 4/28: In the last week, we saw improvement in TX, FL, and the Gulf Coast and degradation in the wes… https://t.co/Yr6nzmOW6T
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 4/28: #Drought2020 continues to hold firm in the same regions in the USA. Of concern, areas of dryn… https://t.co/zzpwmKOcDT
Retweeted by NOAAExcessive rainfall possible for parts of the Mid-Atlantic. Remember to #TurnAroundDontDrown https://t.co/KiHHnhMM4rhttps://t.co/GW0N7IBvkT
Retweeted by NOAAHeavy rainfall associated with a strong cold front will continue to spread into the Mid-Atlantic and portions of th… https://t.co/gz3a9GeXd1
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4/30
2020
With severe weather possible today and tonight from the Midwest through the Plains and Southern Plains, NOW is the… https://t.co/GoccWGHN5S
Retweeted by NOAAHappy #TuneInTuesday! We're just getting started w/ today's #Okeanos dive rebroadcast, so join us for a dive full o… https://t.co/sMkKniCZ4N
Retweeted by NOAAOne of the weather stories for #Tuesday will be severe weather across the Plains and Mississippi Valley from an arr… https://t.co/gNs7ugudOp
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4/28
2020
TOMORROW (4/28) starting at 10 am ET, we're replaying 2017 #Okeanos dive off Jarvis Island in Pacific. Dive was stu… https://t.co/Jnt9oerrOP
Retweeted by NOAATemperature anomalies bisect the U.S. today with warmer than average in the West and cooler in the East. 90s and 1… https://t.co/3co0kohfaM
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4/27
2020
Discover the many free lesson plans, tutorials, fun activities, and other educational material offered by the Natio… https://t.co/zjYASuTOr9
Retweeted by NOAADYK what the "Law of the Sea" is? It's a body of customs, treaties, and international agreements by which governmen… https://t.co/oX4yEEIIXf
Retweeted by NOAATODAY from southeast Oklahoma into the ArkLaTex region: Storms with large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoe… https://t.co/8Bhx1JNrKh
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4/24
2020
#DroughtMonitor 4/21: Trend change alert. Looking ahead to next week, @NOAA’s @NWSCPC sees above normal dryness for… https://t.co/NWxOT9nl1d
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 4/21: Spotlight on the CO River Basin which supports parts of 7 states, 29 tribes, and Mexico. Whi… https://t.co/2lNAzyg1Cw
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 4/21: Changes all over the map. Extreme #Drought was added to the OR/CA border. Exceptional Drought… https://t.co/sE2Hr7pSyQ
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 4/21: While #Drought2020’s overall footprint only slightly increased in the last week, many… https://t.co/KNA9RWdvNG
Retweeted by NOAASevere thunderstorms and heavy rainfall expected over parts of the Southeast and the Eastern Gulf Coast. Wherever y… https://t.co/yZxlFmq4fJ
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4/23
2020
It's pretty amazing to see how far #geostationary #satellite imagery has come over the past 50 years. From the fir… https://t.co/1wBHpOsT2c
Retweeted by NOAAAs #EarthDay celebrates its golden anniversary, @NOAA too is celebrating 50 years of monitoring the #Earth’s weathe… https://t.co/6dF75e2pQu
Retweeted by NOAAAt NOAA, every day is Earth Day. Today is particularly special though — it marks 50 years since the first Earth Day… https://t.co/xRK8y6Yqio
Retweeted by NOAAHappy 50th birthday, Earth Day! Here are ten simple things you can do to help protect our planet as you celebrate:… https://t.co/zZSuzRnuns
Retweeted by NOAASevere thunderstorms are developing and moving east across Texas and Oklahoma. Find and follow your local NWS offic… https://t.co/rJHu6SRgmT
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4/22
2020

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