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#DroughtMonitor 10/15: @NWSCPC’S latest seasonal drought outlook predicts relief for U.S. South by Jan. 31, 2020… https://t.co/dEi9qO2ie8#DroughtMonitor 10/15: Looking ahead, NOAA's @NWSCPC sees increased chances for precipitation in Southern states ha… https://t.co/XIEWPCIR36#DroughtMonitor 10/15: Pockets of extreme #drought bloomed in southern TX & Deep South this week. Significant rains… https://t.co/h07NKTBzOu#Drought2019 continues to deepen as #DroughtMonitor 10/15 shows ~33M people in 13.6% of contiguous U.S. dealing w/… https://t.co/NYfMDJb5HQA Storm Surge Watch is in effect from Indian Pass to Clearwater, Florida, where dangerous storm surge inundation of… https://t.co/SG80aK3ddX
Retweeted by NOAAAreas of heavy rain are also likely along the Gulf Coast in the next 1-3 days. Follow your local NWS office for mo… https://t.co/IvAtv6ttyR
Retweeted by NOAATropical storm force winds are likely for portions of the Gulf Coast where tropical storm watches and warnings are… https://t.co/I7BwHgoluD
Retweeted by NOAAVIDEO: What you need to know about our 2019-20 #WinterOutlook. WATCH it below and at https://t.co/SGqcyHWiGm &… https://t.co/ez3NuwrhPWJust in: What #weather conditions might you expect this #winter? Check NOAA’s #WinterOutlook issued today at… https://t.co/xJAEnjhEjR
10/17
2019
SEE: Map of #September 2019 Global Significant #Climate Events from @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/2U89QZjb3Mhttps://t.co/I2c65oUVrNThe period from January through September 2019 (YTD) was the 2nd warmest such period for the globe, w/ a temp incre… https://t.co/19fEPS1xIb#Antarctic sea ice coverage for September 2019 was 13th-smallest on record at 100,000 square miles below avg:… https://t.co/UGSlNejnFF#Arctic sea ice coverage for September 2019 was 3rd-lowest on record at 32.6% below avg: @NOAANCEIclimatehttps://t.co/Dgzt809bwjJUST IN: #September 2019 ties with 2015 as warmest September on record for the planet, with average global temperat… https://t.co/mp00rKlj3GCongratulations to NOAA storm surge scientist Jamie Rhome, a winner of the Service to America Medal! See our news… https://t.co/2OQbOmnHLs
10/16
2019
Today, isolated severe thunderstorms are possible from parts of the Ozarks to central Texas and across portions of… https://t.co/ZEFz1Bm06B
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10/15
2019
Persisting dry, breezy conditions will keep the high fire danger over much of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties thro… https://t.co/CeqLNaGZmo
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10/12
2019
Subtropical Storm Melissa has formed off the Northeastern Coastline. This does NOT change the expected impacts of… https://t.co/GySsMG7Je0
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10/11
2019
Fall brings it all! Today we've got: -A Nor'easter in New England -Severe weather in the SE Plains -A winter storm… https://t.co/xcpe2SqtMu
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor: Looking ahead >> NOAA's @NWSCPC sees unseasonable heat hanging on across Southern U.S. thru 10/19… https://t.co/kCRtvusiwQ#DroughtMonitor uses @NOAA’s EDDI #drought tool to track how much moisture has been evaporating from the surface. H… https://t.co/BQT87W7e0B#DroughtMonitor 10/8: #Drought2019 worsened in Southeast U.S. w/ pockets of extreme #drought showing this week. Te… https://t.co/9ko2JStlps#DroughtMonitor 10/8: 68M people in ~20% of contig USA dealing w mod/worse #drought, up from 60M people in ~19% of… https://t.co/AS3GcaMtZl
10/10
2019
#SeafoodMonth Sustainable rockfish returns to market and to dinner plates around the world. Learn more about West C… https://t.co/ON0ev6MSty
Retweeted by NOAACalling all #CitizenScientists out there: If you're interested in helping with the Old Weather project, head on ove… https://t.co/xjLmaQZ2c4Time machines are typically the stuff of science fiction novels. But an update to NOAA's weather "time machine" now… https://t.co/VarB8HqIDU
Retweeted by NOAATwo offshore systems will merge this week to form one storm and stall off the East Coast and bring with it rough su… https://t.co/5xCMJqifkJ
Retweeted by NOAAA significant, and potentially historic, October winter storm is expected to impact the northern Rockies into the c… https://t.co/czFS51c7R7
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10/9
2019
And SEE: #September 2019 U.S. Significant #Climate Events Map from @NOAANCEIclimate at https://t.co/nmiKwKrl5ohttps://t.co/4VmYmOhP2VFor the 5th year in a row, U.S. has experienced 10 or more weather/climate #BillionDollarDisasters in a calendar ye… https://t.co/dYcmyxSH0aAt 3.86 inches above avg, January through September 2019 (YTD) was wettest such period on record for U.S.:… https://t.co/Si4qHvNF4EJust in: At 3.7°F above avg, #September 2019’s average temp tied for 2nd warmest on record for U.S., per… https://t.co/HIAuNnxSkoEarly season winter storm expected across parts of ID, MT, WY, and the Dakotas with widespread accumulating snow.… https://t.co/0pL9HxCFiL
Retweeted by NOAAA storm system is expected to dig across the #West and eventually shift into the #Plains over the next few days. An… https://t.co/nzLlIr33ks
Retweeted by NOAAStory Map: When heat hits, water becomes toxic and species are at risk. New approaches from NOAA are tackling healt… https://t.co/msU0bg5Q7A
10/8
2019
Strong Santa Ana winds may develop over Southern CA later this week, raising the threat for quickly spreading wildf… https://t.co/tigfQxz9mU
Retweeted by NOAA*New* Story Map: When heat hits, water becomes toxic and species are at risk. New new approaches from NOAA are tack… https://t.co/ro6XyBDEsdA tale of two feet: Find out why NOAA and @NIST will soon drop the U.S. survey foot in favor of the international s… https://t.co/cFlvHKI3Mc
Retweeted by NOAANOAA tide tables for 2020 are now available to download. Get tide and tidal current predictions online for U.S. coa… https://t.co/3CNbuGSTql
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10/7
2019
Parts of the Northeast and northern Michigan are experiencing frost and/or freeze conditions this morning. Have yo… https://t.co/6BprzoZEwi
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10/5
2019
Odds for above-normal temperatures during the second half of October are increased across much of the country.… https://t.co/cbxgspFT2g
Retweeted by NOAAReadings will drop to around freezing for many in the northeastern US tonight, prompting Freeze Warnings and Frost… https://t.co/4czkJ7dBwe
Retweeted by NOAAHere is a map showing the 2019 Atlantic tropical cyclones up to today. For more information, visit:… https://t.co/AucQeS5hZD
Retweeted by NOAAThe Southeast will deal with one more day of near-record heat today. Those challenging daily max temp records are s… https://t.co/RS0QFsInSN
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10/4
2019
The expansion of #drought throughout the lower Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Southeast in the last 6 weeks is astoundi… https://t.co/nxsxbYvvpZ
Retweeted by NOAARelief! A pair of cold fronts will scour heat from the East Coast and southern US over the next few days. This ani… https://t.co/vHvDonIkk1
Retweeted by NOAAThis #SeafoodMonth, learn the surprising story of swordfish you may not know: https://t.co/U5Ak5aIDgs https://t.co/nvWfK0g586
Retweeted by NOAAHow unusual was the marine heating that took place in the Pacific Ocean during the Blob Years? Southwest Fisheries… https://t.co/DR2CIFPaWt
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 10/1: @NWSCPC’s Oct. outlook shows more #drought development likely over much of Southeast as… https://t.co/4OlH1WXHUm#DroughtMonitor 10/1: NOAA’s EDDI #drought tool shows how dry the atmosphere’s been over the SE and S. Rockies wher… https://t.co/175uuhNf98#DroughtMonitor 10/1: A warm week in U.S. East, dry in S. Plains, sets stage for rapidly developing #drought. You… https://t.co/hNoDTfoakZ#DroughtMonitor 10/1: #Drought2019 making a comeback. 60M people in ~19% of contig USA affected by mod/worse… https://t.co/DEUvMkuPrK
10/3
2019
As the sun rose over the East Coast this morning, #GOESEast caught a glimpse of patchy dense #fog over inland areas… https://t.co/SPgw2FGF1a
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10/2
2019
Isolated strong to severe storms are expected from late afternoon into the mid evening from parts of the Great Plai… https://t.co/d3QbUPMIEF
Retweeted by NOAARECORD heat again today across a large portion of the country. Check out https://t.co/VyWINDBEpn for your local fo… https://t.co/0KLfd2Elii
Retweeted by NOAAOctober is National Seafood Month! Join us and learn how we work to support healthy, sustainable seafood all year r… https://t.co/GF8QGBzOPs
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10/1
2019
Heavy rain will be a constant threat along a frontal zone in the Central US for the next several days. Flash floodi… https://t.co/0TS9bUt7K0
Retweeted by NOAA#HurricaneLorenzo, seen by #GOESEast on 9/30/19, is expected to pass near the western #Azores early on Wednesday.… https://t.co/EBiYRxvBX9
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9/30
2019
A tale of 2 fall seasons: Much BELOW normal in the West as a powerful early season winter storm impacts the area. M… https://t.co/meEx3uGiL0
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9/29
2019
Large hail and isolated damaging winds are expected this afternoon and evening from parts of the central Plains to… https://t.co/3TcZAS4Kk4
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9/27
2019
#Space may seem like an endless void, but did you know it actually has weather? Our experts are now available until… https://t.co/bX2frcg7cl
Retweeted by NOAAOn #Okeanos expeditions, we collect A LOT of data...like an OCEAN of data. On recent mapping cruise, we collected +… https://t.co/KaQBe6pCd6
Retweeted by NOAA @NOAASatellites @NOAA NOAA Education is back with another #TinyTutorial! In this step-by-step guide, learn how to a… https://t.co/20o5MxnWb6
Retweeted by NOAAInfographic: When beaches are trashed, who pays the price? Findings from a new economics of #MarineDebris report:… https://t.co/sbi9AU1JU3#Space Experts available today from 12pm-3pm ET (10am-1pm MT) to answer your questions about space weather. Take ad… https://t.co/JbLb6ya9Jo
Retweeted by NOAA#DroughtMonitor 9/26: Ahead, @NWSCPC sees unseasonably hot temps for eastern U.S., sharply cooler in West, w/ bette… https://t.co/h0iT4okUj0#DroughtMonitor 9/26: Rapidly intensifying “flash drought” depicted here by @NOAA’s #EDDI tool shows thirst of atmo… https://t.co/WR8MGslrby#DroughtMonitor 9/26: Late summer heat expanded #Drought2019 from Mid-Atlantic to FL and in TX. Elsewhere,… https://t.co/hcQSrdxwie#DroughtMonitor 9/26: #Drought2019 affected ~53M people in 17.3% of contiguous USA, with moderate #drought or wors… https://t.co/cBuCuxHnRuWant to learn about all the ways NOAA scientists use data? You're in luck - follow and join in the #datapalooza cha… https://t.co/TAk595ECno
Retweeted by NOAAAlthough the Atlantic #hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30, on average, early September marks the peak. Ou… https://t.co/tq9ZlcYYRi
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9/26
2019
You thought parallel parking was hard? Try parking a ship in the Arctic Ocean. The #MOSAiCexpedition team is steami… https://t.co/zIN9qqJP13
Retweeted by NOAA+ Find the @IPCC_CH report mentioned below at: https://t.co/XA45pp9nAK https://t.co/o4DlEU8zqeIsolated severe winds and hail are possible this afternoon and evening from the Ozarks westward over parts of Oklah… https://t.co/1hYi6mJ4A7
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9/25
2019
The greatest severe-storm threat today covers parts of eastern Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin, with severe… https://t.co/BBnFqtS5NQ
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9/24
2019
This morning was the #AutumnalEquinox—the first day of astronomical #fall. To celebrate, #GOESEast captured this… https://t.co/QhyHqwXXcv
Retweeted by NOAAShowers and Thunderstorms with heavy rain are ongoing across the Desert Southwest this afternoon and there is a mod… https://t.co/DaCfNI4wvq
Retweeted by NOAAJust for the halibut! During #Okeanos Deep Connections 2019 expedition, team observed 3 Atlantic Halibut in an unna… https://t.co/Ahwp3xDkP4
Retweeted by NOAA#Teachers: Interested in a meteorologist coming to chat with your students? We have a network of NOAA @NWS expert… https://t.co/CkkHtyVQPiNOAA's #GOESEast and #GOESWest satellites continuously view the entire #Atlantic and Eastern/Central #Pacifichttps://t.co/LnypeDclvm
Retweeted by NOAAHigher than normal tides are expected September 25 -- October 2 for most U.S. coastal areas. Find out where and wh… https://t.co/nqjMHmxiWb
Retweeted by NOAAHere's the #weather snapshot for #Monday, September 23. Moisture from the remnants of Lorena may contribute to seve… https://t.co/kVL79y95Dz
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9/23
2019
Here's a look at high #temperatures for #Sunday, September 22. Well above average temperatures are expected across… https://t.co/jLIu0zLRzi
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9/22
2019
Scattered severe storms capable of producing wind damage, isolated large hail and a couple tornadoes are possible t… https://t.co/bQ82cRp8ZB
Retweeted by NOAAToday, 100s of scientists set off on the most ambitious research expedition ever to target the central Arctic. For… https://t.co/OUmnLTc6K1
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9/20
2019
#Tropical storms certainly aren’t in short supply this month, as you can see from this #GOESEast view from Sept. 19… https://t.co/pYI72Q8mKA
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9/19
2019
If you’re in the path of #Imelda: ✅ Sign up for your community’s warning alert system 💧 If flash flooding is a… https://t.co/6MqqLPY7NP
Retweeted by NOAA“Catcher beaches,” like the one shown here, are places where marine debris accumulates due to geography, currents,… https://t.co/Bwotn7zhcY
Retweeted by NOAATropical Depression #Imelda will continue moving north over the next couple days. Heavy rains and significant FLASH… https://t.co/ADv4URBXGH
Retweeted by NOAAThe outer rainbands of #Hurricane #Humberto are beginning to affect #Bermuda (red circle) this morning. NOAA's… https://t.co/WcnWRrYx1w
Retweeted by NOAA8 AM AST: #Humberto is expected to bring deteriorating weather conditions to Bermuda later today. For the latest se… https://t.co/IQeLvyXPNc
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9/18
2019
There will be a high risk of rip currents for the Atlantic Ocean beaches Wednesday and this is expected to continue… https://t.co/ompRZJXz4r
Retweeted by NOAANEW: Tropical Storm #Imelda has formed just south of the coast of Texas. For more: see local products from… https://t.co/GsfadLfAFM
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9/17
2019
SEE: Map of August Global Significant #Climate Events from @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/AuVQ9kPwDE #StateOfClimate https://t.co/qE4zVDmiWiJan–Aug was 3rd warmest such period for the globe — 1.69°F above the 20th century avg: @NOAANCEIclimatehttps://t.co/oLju71K2V42nd warmest Jun–Aug for the globe — 1.67°F above the 20th-century avg: @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/AuVQ9kPwDEhttps://t.co/obmJ6Gyyqh#Arctic sea ice extent was 2nd smallest for August in the 41-year record at 30.1 percent below avg:… https://t.co/0jGXUpfUvkJUST IN: 2nd warmest August on record for the globe, per @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/AuVQ9kPwDE #StateOfClimate https://t.co/UQB9XyW9DV
9/16
2019
Don't forget, you can get the latest tropical forecast at https://t.co/3ou0j4CDUd and your local #weather at… https://t.co/uSVRygsbVGTropical Storm #Humberto Advisory 13: Humberto Continues to Strengthen. https://t.co/VqHn0u1vgc
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9/15
2019

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