weather news today – Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips

Stephanie Abrams talk to MSNBC correspondent Richard Lui and Nassau County Fire Safety instructor John Priest quizzes you on how…

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hourly weather – Celebrity Forecast: Full House star reports live from pond hockey tournament

Actor and comedian Dave Coulier may have missed his calling as a weather presenter. Watch his highly entertaining weather forecast,…

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Wild storm sweeps through South Australia

Dec 29, 2016; 8:00 AM ET A severe storm inundated Port Augusta in South Australia on December 28, cutting power…

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Canadian Weather and News – 8½ feet: See why some locals in NB are coming from near and far

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weather news today – Ship Logs Document Climate Change

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the National Archives are posting 19th century ship logs online. They’re asking…

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Beautiful video of snowfall in Zion National Park

Dec 23, 2016; 6:51 PM ET Zion National Park in southwestern Utah is expecting snow for the next few days.…

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Tornado spotted swirling through Birmingham, Alabama

This tornado in Birmingham, Alabama was spotted forming on June 22 in the wake of severe weather. source #AccuWeather #Weather…

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AccuWeather.com: The Worlds Weather Authority

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