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Local warnings issued by Wakefield, Virginia, National Weather Service Forecast Office, for Hurricane Sandy and associated weather phenomena.
2012 October 28
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Predicted wave height impacting Long Island, New York City, and New Jersey associated with Hurricane Sandy. 37.1 feet was the maximum predicted height and is located in the white area just south of Long Island.
2012 October 28
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Blowup of predicted wave graphic for Hurricane Sandy.
2012 October 28
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Local warnings issued by Sterling, Virginia, National Weather Service Forecast Office, for Hurricane Sandy and associated weather phenomena.
2012 October 29
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Storm Total Precipitation graphic derived from Doppler Radar information. Over 6 inches of rain from Sandy in a circular pattern centered on Washington, D. C.
2012 October 29
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Base Reflectivity showing precipitation pattern around Washington, D.C., during Sandy's passage.
2012 October 29 3:05 P.M.
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Storm Total Precipitation graphic derived from Doppler Radar information. Over 6 inches of rain from Sandy in a circular pattern centered on Washington, D. C. Over 10 inches of rain had fallen in an area SE of D.C. on the eastern shore. In the 3 1/2 hours since the early estimate, 4 inches of rain had fallen in the area SE of D.C.
2012 October 29 6:42 P.M.
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Water levels above predicted at various points around the New York shoreline.
2012 October 29
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Composite Reflectivity graphic derived from Doppler Radar information showing continuing heavy precipitation over the Washington, D. C. area during Hurricane Sandy.
2012 October 29
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Water levels above predicted at various points around the New York shoreline. Also sustained winds, maximum wind gusts, and barometric pressure.
2012 October 29
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Water levels above predicted at various points around the New York shoreline. Also sustained winds, maximum wind gusts, and barometric pressure.
2012 October 29
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Local warnings issued by Sterling, Virginia, National Weather Service Forecast Office, for Hurricane Sandy and associated weather phenomena.
2012 October 29 9:22 P.M.
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Radar mosaic showing a strong frontal system with huge bow echoes extending across the center of the United States.
2011 April 19 8:58 P.M.
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Blowup of Radar mosaic showing a strong frontal system with huge bow echoes extending across the center of the United States. This storm system generated numerous tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings.
2011 April 19 9:32 P.M.
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Tornado warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings across SE Illinois as seen on the Central Illinois NWSFO doppler radar display.
2011 April 19 9:25 P.M. (estimated)
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Tornado warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings across SE Illinois and southern Missouri as seen on the Paducah KY NWSFO doppler radar display.
2011 April 19 9:30 P.M.
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Little Rock NWSFO doppler radar image of tornado and severe storm warnings in central and northeast Arkansas on the evening of April 19, 2011.
2011 April 19 9:28 P.M.
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Blowup of Radar mosaic showing a strong frontal system with huge bow echoes extending across the center of the United States. This storm system generated numerous tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings.
2011 April 19 9:41 P.M.
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Warnings associated with storm system shown in images wea04431 and wea04432.
2011 April 19 9:42 P.M.
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Numerous tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings associated with the storm system shown in the last three images. This is the local Memphis, Tennessee, NWSFO doppler radar base reflectivity image.
2011 April 19 9:34 P.M.
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Radar and warning graphic from Little Rock, Arkansas, NWSFO, showing tornado warnings, tornado watches, severe thunderstorm warnings, and flood warnings on night of April 19, 2011.
2011 April 19 9:40 P.M.
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Paducah, Kentucky, NWSFO doppler radar base reflectivity showing huge bow echo, tornado warnings, severe thunderstorm warnings, and flood warnings in southeast Missouri, western Kentucky, and southern Indiana. Notice this radar is located in Paducah, Kentucky.
2011 April 19 9:44 P.M. CDT
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Paducah, Kentucky, NWSFO doppler radar base reflectivity showing huge bow echo, tornado warnings, severe thunderstorm warnings, and flood warnings in southeast Missouri, western Kentucky, and southern Indiana. Notice this radar is located in Evansville, Indiana.
2011 April 19 9:45 P.M.
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Radar and warning graphic from Memphis, Tennessee, NWSFO, showing tornado warnings, tornado watches, severe thunderstorm warnings, and flood warnings on night of April 19, 2011.
2011 April 19 9:47 P.M.
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Radar and warning graphic from Paducah, Kentucky, NWSFO, showing tornado warnings, tornado watches, severe thunderstorm warnings,flood warnings, and flash flood warning on night of April 19, 2011.
2011 April 19 9:49 P.M.
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Indianapolis, Indiana, NWSFO dooper radar base reflectivity showing huge bow echo, tornado warnings, severe thunderstorm warnings, and flood warnings in southern Indiana. Notice the blue line extending southwest from Indianapolis indicating a gust front associated with the northern bow echo of the storm system.
2011 April 19 9:49 P.M. CDT
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A near perfect comma-shaped storm impacting the center of the Uinted States. This system spawned the devastating Joplin, Missouri, tornado.
2011 May 25
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Hurricane Isaac just after making landfall SW of New Orleans.
Louisiana 2012 August 29 11:12 UTC
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The two components of Sandy marching along their respective paths prior to murging and devastating much of coastal New York and New Jersey.
2012 October 28
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A house is sandwiched between two fallen branches and tree almost miraculously with no damage to the structure. The fallen trees and branches were blown down by straightline winds in a summer thunderstorm on July 23, 2012. The second large branch is in the rear of the home.
Virginia, Williamsburg 2012 July 24
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Engineer Brown fears the Antarctic icecap may upset the world and drown us in a great flood at any moment! A great oceanic wave overtaking a midwest farmer and his dog.
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Will Polar Waves Swamp America? Text of article describing sudden shifting of Antarctic ice.
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Will Polar Waves Swamp America? Text of article describing sudden shifting of Antarctic ice.
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Both air temperature and oceanic temperature isotherms as published in Petermann's Geographishce Mittheilungen.
1870
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Isotherms showing average temperatures in Russia during selected months as well as a contoured map of the amplitude of change during the year. Published in Petermann's Geographische Mittheilungen.
1881
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Chart Showing the Tracks or Courses of Various Gales and Hurricanes as Traced by Wm. C. Redfield and Col. Sir Wm. Reid. Various storm tracks from 1780 to 1853 are plotted.
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Chart Showing the Tracks or Courses of Various Gales and Hurricanes as Traced by Wm. C. Redfield and Col. Sir Wm. Reid. Various storm tracks from 1780 to 1853 are plotted.
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Chart Showing the Tracks or Courses of Various Gales and Hurricanes as Traced by Wm. C. Redfield and Col. Sir Wm. Reid. Various storm tracks from 1780 to 1853 are plotted.
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Record of elevations of various official observing sites in San Francisco from the date of first official observation on March 20, 1871, until 1907. Note in red for period April 18-22, 1906, details effect of San Francisco Earthquake. "Earthquake and fire. Building burned; all records lost."
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Upper air observations. Kite station at Dodge City, Kansas.
1898 June 16
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. January 9, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. January 10, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. January 30, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. January 31, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 13, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 16, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 22, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 23, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 27, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 28, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.

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