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#Hurricane  #Ida #NewOrleans @Lousiana https://www.weather100.com/2021/08/29/1061/ Hurricane Ida made landfall along the Louisiana coast on Sunday afternoon, the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. The storm had quickly increased in intensity since striking Cuba on Friday. It became a Category 4 hurricane early Sunday, rapidly...
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www.weather100.com #Tornado #Texas Watching #tornado from #Rockwall pic.twitter.com/JrdorhcUtO— Athena Rising (@AthenaRising) October 21, 2019
#Snow in #Calgary, #Alberta, #Canada www.weather100.com Snowy scenes in downtown Calgary this afternoon!It's our second signficant snowfall so far this season, and it's not even Thanksgiving yet. #yyc #abstorm pic.twitter.com/Gp9HxkfN5A— Kyle Brittain (@KyleTWN) October 8, 2019

Hurricane Dorian

*Tropical* Impressive structure on currently CAT 2 Hurricane #Dorian off the coast of South and North Carolina at local sunset tonight, September 5th. GOES-16. Video: @tropicaltidbits pic.twitter.com/gABuX7mDXO— severe-weather.EU (@severeweatherEU) September 5, 2019

Hurricane Dorian

This aerial footage of the Bahamas shows the destruction from Hurricane Dorian on Great Abaco Island https://t.co/U4sOpjIcaa pic.twitter.com/egU2yw13BZ— CNN (@CNN) September 4, 2019
The first seasonal hurricane will be release this Thursday, April 4.
Crazy #hail and wind during a severe storm on Merritt Island, FL this morning. Reports of golf ball size from nearby Cocoa & Satellite Beach. Meanwhile, high surf & rip currents impact the beaches through Thursday. Video...
Southern California's first major storm of winter left behind devastation in the Santa Barbara County communities of Montecito Tuesday, leaving at least 15 people dead and destroying homes as a wall of mud, boulders and debris swept through neighborhoods.