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Oct 22, 2021

Residents Of West Coast Brace For Series Of Severe Storms

A train storm consisting of a bomb cyclone and two other severe weather occurrences is expected to hit the west coast of the United States this weekend and into next week (Friday, October 22 through Tuesday, October 26).The bomb cyclone developed over the northern Pacific Wednesday night and on …

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Oct 18, 2021

The Energy Crisis Is Worldwide

Residents of the United States look at severe weather and some price issues as reasons why the country is experiencing more blackouts. Readers of this blog recognize the severe weather problems as an issue with hurricanes, snowstorms, severe drought, and massive summer storms as the reason for t…

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Oct 15, 2021

APElectric Offering Generac PWRcell

APElectric is now offering the Generac PWRcell, a system that stores solar energy in its own batteries and seamlessly continues to power your home if your electric utility experiences a blackout. The system is efficient and a cost saver because it gathers and distributes energy at your home.…

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Sep 29, 2021

More Than 31,000 Texas Utility Customers Suffering Through Blackout

According to poweroutage.us, as of 9:51 a.m. Eastern Time today (September 29, 2021) 31,829 Texas utility customers are experiencing blackouts.The power outages is due to some remnants of Texas residents still waiting for the restoration of power after Hurricane Nicholas ravaged the state on Thu…

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Sep 14, 2021

Hurricane Nicholas Makes Landfall In Texas

Tropical Storm Nicholas was classified as a Category 1 hurricane on Monday before it made landfall in east Texas on Tuesday morning.The storm pummeled the Gulf Coast of Texas and Louisiana and threatened extensive flooding, power outages, and storm surges.It made landfall about 20 miles northeast …

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Sep 02, 2021

Ida leaves Louisiana Without Power, Little Drinking Water

Residents of Louisiana could be suffering weeks, maybe months without electrical power as well as interruption of water from the state’s water system in the wake of Hurricane Ida, one of the most powerful storms to ever strike the U.S. Gulf Coast.About 1.3 million electric customers were without …

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Aug 30, 2021

Ida Weakens Over Mississippi After Ravaging Louisiana

Hurricane Ida was downgraded to a tropical storm over Mississippi on Monday after ravaging Louisiana as Category4 hurricane. The storm made landfall on Sunday, August 29th, 16 years to the day that Hurricane Katrina walloped the state. Katrina was blamed for 1,800 deaths as it caused levees to f…

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Aug 23, 2021

Tropical Storm Henri Meanders Through Northeast

Tropical Storm Henri made landfall in Rhode Island Sunday afternoon walloping the region with severe winds that caused power outages and heavy rain that resulted in flash flooding from New Jersey to Massachusetts,The storm had been downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm that still genera…

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Aug 20, 2021

Tropical Storm Fred Continues To Clout Northeast

Now post-tropical cyclone Fred pushed through New York and New England drenching the area with rain as a new Tropical Storm named Henri, which is expected to be designated a hurricane soon, continued to bear down on New England and Tropical Storm Henri pounds Mexico.About 20 people are missing an…

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Aug 17, 2021

Feds Declare First-Ever Water Shortage In Western States

As the federal government on Monday announced the first-ever water shortage for the western states, water levels at Lake Mead, the largest reservoir on the Colorado River, has fallen to record lows. The declaration means that there will be cuts of water delivery to Arizona farmers next year.Due t…

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Aug 16, 2021

Tropical Storm Fred Expected To Make Landfall At Florida Panhandle

Tropical Storm Fred is predicted to make landfall at the western portion of the Florida Panhandle Monday afternoon or evening. A tropical storm warning is in effect for a large section of the Panhandle as Fred approaches with tropical storm force winds, heavy rain and storm surge.Fred had weakene…

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Jul 26, 2021

‘Dome Of Doom’ Will Bake Texas And Central U.S. This Week

The west is not the only section of the country that will experience sizzling heat this summer. Texas and states in the central plains will also feel nature’s fury this week. It is expected that Dallas will suffer through its first 100-degree day of the summer and the sizzle could reach as far n…

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