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  1. Wet weather slows down harvestRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    Construction of the downtown arena is on schedule and crews will begin to erect the steel frame at the end of September. In a report going to city council next Tuesday, city staff report the excavation, shoring and piling are complete, as is the construction of the elevator pits.

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  2. Calgarians warned to avoid mature trees in windy weatherRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | CBC News

    Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi said on Thursday that nearly five million kilograms of debris had gone to local landfills as a result of damage caused to city trees by the September snowstorm. Winds are gusting up to 50 km/h today in the city and the weekend forecast also calls for wind gusts.

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  3. Lake Tahoe hopes high for big winter; predictions mixedRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Nevada Appeal

    ... snowfall for the season, where as the resort averages 303 inches. January 2015 will be the snowiest month - and a blizzard in January being a wildcard. "Winter will be warmer than normal, with the coldest periods in late December and early to mid- ...

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  4. 'Farmers' predict super-cold winterRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    With fall arriving on Monday, east Kentuckians might be looking at a stretch of a over a half-year of colder-than-average weather. In what could be dubbed the "Battle of the Almanacs," two long-time annual publications are predicting another usually harsh winter for 2014-2015.

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  5. Diversity of services competing for awardsRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | The Otago Daily Times

    Three diverse Southern businesses are among the entrants in this year's Rural Women New Zealand Enterprising Rural Women Awards. Agribusiness reporter Sally Rae finds out a little more about them.

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  6. Mother-daughter research team studies severe-weather phobiaRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    No one likes severe weather, but for some just the thought of a thunderstorm, tornado, hurricane or blizzard can severely affect their lives. When blood pressures spike, individuals obsessively monitor weather forecasts and they can't leave the house, the weather can go from simple concern to the level of phobia.

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  7. Longtime St. Croix resident recalls Hugo's wrathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Virgin Islands Daily News

    Daily News Photo submitted by PATSY HIRST Patsy Hirst had to bathe in a plastic-lined tub in the back yard of her Mon Bijou home after Hurricane Hugo hit St. Croix in September 1989 and caused severe damage across the island. Daily News Photo submitted by PATSY HIRST Patsy Hirst moved to St. Croix in 1976 and was living in Mon Bijou when Hurricane Hugo hit in September 1989.

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  8. Brasch WordsIN a Pennsylvania Town, a Cold Shoulder for the Freezing HomelessRead the original story

    Thursday | American Reporter

    ... and we're fine again. We're used to this kind of weather. That's because anyone who's my age or older remembers the Blizzard of '78, when schools and businesses were closed for a week. I remember my dad putting on his cross-country skis and skiing ...

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  9. The WilliesBEFORE You Order from Dell, Be Prepared for FrustrationRead the original story

    Mar 3, 2010 | American Reporter

    ... infotainment promotion that has become tv news: "Now, live from the middle of the Interstate, and bravely facing blizzard conditions with exclusive coverage only on Eyewitless News 99, your hometown station for live exclusive weather coverage is our ...

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  10. 'T-Rex' of winters ahead: Old Farmer's AlmanacRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CTV

    ... and fun facts. David Reid peers out from his wrappings as he uses a snow blower to clear his driveway during a blizzard last year near Cremona, Alberta. 'T-Rex' of winters in store for Canada according to the Old Farmer's Almanac. (Jeff McIntosh / ...

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  11. Wet Weather Gets a Fashionable Kick with Santana BootsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Ottawa Life

    The modern woman's dilemma-in Canada and other regions exposed to insufferable weather-is staying warm and dry without sacrificing fashion . During the fall season's torrential rain and cold winds, a functional rain boot that doesn't make one look juvenile or appear older than they are, is a challenge to find.

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  12. Morning commute: Showers after dry spell creating slippery Portland area roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Oregonian

    As the first heavy rain in weeks hit the pavement on Thursday morning, causing a slew of fender benders that were already clogging Portland area roads before 7 a.m. Remember that roads are most dangerous when rain pull oils from left by automobile traffic out of dry pavement, making them slippery. Q: I moved to Hillsboro from San Diego recently.

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  13. On Native GroundVERMONT Takes on the Concept of Corporate PersonhoodRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2011 | American Reporter

    ... and heaters at their homes and businesses. KOB-TV Weather in Albuquerque reported that starting this evening blizzard conditions could hit the north central and northeastern regions of New Mexico. Wind conditions were forecast at 28-50 m.p.h. with ...

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  14. What Cold Weather Does in Dark Souls II's Newest DLCRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Kotaku

    ... that fun, so we removed that element." Instead, the focus is being thrown into a snowstorm and getting lost in the blizzard. Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and ...

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  15. Mother Nature always in chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Nothing can make an agricultural columnist look more wrong than Mother Nature. That singular fact has been brought back to slap me across the back of the head in the last couple of weeks.

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  16. Xavier Smith: Winter is best, no debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Lebanon Democrat

    ... is the worst. I'd say driving in a summer storm is equally bad. I can't find a legit reason as to why driving in a blizzard is more or less dangerous than driving in a thunderstorm, so that's a tie. Then there's the issue of sickness during winter ...

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  17. Hoodies and hot drinks.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Patch.com

    ... treats are back", which probably would have beckoned more customers if they didn't have to suck down a Pumpkin Pie Blizzard while holding the cup with gloved hands. As I passed the gas station, there was the usual morning hustle and bustle as ...

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  18. The Ultimate Tutorial for Writing Slimy Internet HoaxesRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Gawker

    ... without even reading it! Make sure it's something that hits close to home, like Catastrophic, Record-Setting Blizzard Set to Grip Entire East Coast or Major Hurricane Forecast to Slam Florida This Week. These two types of headlines exemplify two ...

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  19. A fond farewell to my buddy, DaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    ... highlight of Dale's 35 years as the Wayne Gretzky of weather in Manitoba. "One of the biggest events for me was the blizzard of April 1997, the Blizzard of the Century, which was followed by the Flood of the Century," Dale said with a sigh. "It was ...

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  20. Keeping the nice days comingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | The Washington Post

    ... area has to offer. Looking at what's on tap in the days ahead, I can only hope future payback includes a massive blizzard or two this winter. Today (Wednesday): Other than a spot of early a.m. fog, we're staring down another September stunner. Skies ...

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