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WeatherFlow’s Hurricane Network Captures Hurricane Laura’s Devastating and Sustained Power After Landfall

  Santa Cruz, Calif. – September 03, 2020 – WeatherFlow Inc., a leading weather technology company, tracked and reported critical weather observations in real-time as Hurricane Laura came ashore in Louisiana on August 27. Newly released data and images show the extreme winds and enduring power of the storm, as the category 4 hurricane maintained…

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10 Weird Weather Questions Answered

The world is full of strange and unusual weather events that bring many questions to mind. Can showering during a thunderstorm kill you if lightning strikes your home? It probably won’t, but The National Weather Service advises against it. Is it true that lightning doesn’t strike the same place twice? No. Just ask The Empire…

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Tempest News | March 2020

Good morning! Today in Tempest News: An interview with Petteri Taalas, Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization, a look at how weather may impact the spread of coronoavirus, and a new term to learn: the circularity gap. Like what we're doing? Share with a friend and they can sign up here to get Tempest newsletter each month. Brave...
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Tempest News | February 2020

Good morning! Today in Tempest News: An interview with Sella Nevo of Google's Crisis Response Team, exciting strides in wildfire research, an update on the EPIC forecasting initiative, and the economic toll of changing weather. Like what we're doing? Share with a friend and they can sign up here to get Tempest newsletter each month. The Air We Breathe "Summers...
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