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  • PHOTOS: Rare Tornado Touches Down in Washington State

    Alan Raymond
    23 Oct 2014 | 3:53 pm
    A weak, brief tornado touched down in the sleepy Washington town of Longview. The town, located between I-5 and the Columbia River, is about 50 miles north-northwest of Portland, Ore. According to a Twitter post from the National Weather Service in Portland, a tornado touched down at 12:40 p.m. And damage is being reported in Longview. A NWS Survey Team is heading out to assess the tornado that touched down around 1240 PM this afternoon. #wawx #pdxtst — NWS Portland (@NWSPortland) October 23, 2014 The Daily News — a local newspaper that serves the area — reports the tornado…
  • WATCH LIVE: Partial Solar Eclipse

    Cole Abshere
    23 Oct 2014 | 1:33 pm
    If you live an area where the solar eclipse won’t be visible, WeatherNation as you covered. The top camera is from WeatherNation HQ, the second camera is from the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles and the bottom camera is from the space-oriented group knows as Slooh. All are streaming live views of the the eclipse. Enjoy the show!
  • Everything You Need to Know for Today’s Partial Solar Eclipse

    Alan Raymond
    23 Oct 2014 | 10:28 am
    Photo credit: David Carroll/Flickr (The end of an annular solar eclipse in 2013, in Ottawa, Canada.) Today is the day! If you step outside your door this afternoon, you might see a rare event in North America: A partial solar eclipse. And using information from NASA, WeatherNation has complied a comprehensive list of times to watch the eclipse in your city. Not all ares of the U.S. will be able to see the eclipse. Parts of the Northeast will be socked in with cloud cover, making it difficult to see the celestial display. Even so, the sun will set for places like Maine and New Hampshire before…
  • Partial Solar Eclipse to Bring Rare Sight to North America

    Alan Raymond
    22 Oct 2014 | 1:38 pm
    Photo credit: David Carroll/Flickr (The end of an annular solar eclipse in 2013, in Ottawa, Canada.) October seems to be the month of eclipses. First, there was a spectacular lunar eclipse that dazzled in the predawn hours of Oct. 8. And now parts of North America — especially in the American West — will see a partial eclipse of the sun on Thursday Oct. 23. Image credit: NASA (This image, from NASA, shows times and locations of where to expect to see the partial solar eclipse.) According to a NASA graphic, the eclipse — which is expected to begin over far-eastern Siberia — will peak…
  • Tropical Depression Nine Forms in the Gulf of Mexico, Slowly Moves Toward Landfall

    Alan Raymond
    22 Oct 2014 | 9:44 am
    Fresh off the heels of Hurricane Gonzalo, another tropical depression has formed in the Atlantic Basin. Tropical Depression Nine formed late Tuesday night and is currently packing winds of 35-mph, it’s expected to be a tropical storm by Wednesday evening. The storm is nearly stationary at the moment, but it’s likely to start moving — slowly — in an easterly direction within the next few hours. T.D. Nine is located about 130 miles west-southwest of Campeche. Tropical storm watches are in effect, in Mexico, from Celestun to Frontera. Given T.D. Nine’s proxinity to land,…
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