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Wind turbines in corn field
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Prince township wind farm.
Canada, Ontario, Batchawana Bay, Lake Superior 2010 January
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Railroad snow plow used for Great Lakes copper mining.
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Calumet Hecla Copper Mining Co. offices with fall foliage
Michigan, Keeweenaw Peninsula, Lake Superior
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Fall foliage gracing a wooded path
Michigan, Upper Peninsula
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Wind surfing on Lake Michigan
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Wind surfing on Lake Michigan
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Lake Superior
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Maple tree sap collection
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Sled dog race, north shore Lake Superior
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Glen Haven Beach ice caves
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Sunrise over Lake Huron
2001
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Prince Township Windfarm seen looking across Whitefish Bay to Ontario
Michigan
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Storm surge damage caused by Hurricane Ike - SUV on Bolivar Peninsula
Texas, Bolivar Peninsula 2008 September
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Storm surge damage caused by Hurricane Ike
Texas, Bolivar Peninsula 2008 September
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Storm surge damage caused by Hurricane Ike
Texas, Bolivar Peninsula 2008 September
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Storm surge damage caused by Hurricane Ike
Texas, Bolivar Peninsula 2008 September
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Storm surge damage caused by Hurricane Ike
Texas, Bolivar Peninsula 2008 September
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Storm surge damage caused by Hurricane Ike
Texas, Bolivar Peninsula 2008 September
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Storm surge damage caused by Hurricane Ike
Texas, Bolivar Peninsula 2008 September
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Fog seemingly flowing down the arroyos of Santa Cruz Island.
California, Santa Cruz Island
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Aerial view of low clouds over the rugged shoreline of Santa Cruz Island.
California, Santa Cruz Island
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San Miguel Island's Cuyler Harbor shrouded in fog.
California, San Miguel Island
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Aerial view of Santa Cruz Island seen through puffy cumulus.
California, Santa Cruz Island
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Aerial view of the high peak of Santa Cruz Island seen through a break in the clouds.
California, Santa Cruz Island
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Greensboro upper air alignment field conditions
North Carolina, Greensboro
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Greensboro upper air balloon launch facility
North Carolina, Greensboro
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Tallahassee upper air balloon launch facility.
Florida, Tallahassee
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Giving new meaning to the East Coast flyway. Aircraft contrails over Chincoteague Island.
Virginia, Chincoteague Island 2010
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Snow falling on a winter evening
Maryland, Germantown 2011
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Snow falling on a winter evening
Maryland, Germantown 2011
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A winter scene in SE Alaska
Alaska, Southeast 1970 circa
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A winter scene in SE Alaska
Alaska, Southeast 1970 circa
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Tour of the Quad Cities Weather Service Forecast Office
Iowa, Davenport
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The National Weather Service Quad Cities Forecast Office. The last major snow had fallen on February 6 but sub-freezing weather for the next two weeks assured a significant amount of snow stayed on the ground.
Iowa, Davenport 2008 February 27
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Squally weather near midnight on the Yukon River.
Alaska, Ruby 2011 August
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Tom (last name ?) launches a weather balloon during an open house.
Iowa, Davenport 2005 October 17
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Flooded fields in Indiana outside of Sullivan
Indiana, near Sullivan 2011 May 20
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A brimful Wabash River - at the border between Indiana and Illinois
Indiana-Illinois border, west of Sullivan, IN 2011 May 20
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A Missouri River Bridge at Boonville
Missouri, Boonville 2011 May 27
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Smoke from wildfires in Arizona puts a graze haze over the Kansas-Colorado border area.
Colorado Eastern 2011 June 7
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A hillside of beetle-killed pine in the Cameron Pass area of Colorado. The beetle are proliferating because of warmer than average winter temperatures that do not kill off the larvae, a direct effect of climate change.
Colorado 2011 June 15
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A thunderstorm in the distance close to the Wyoming state line between Gould, Colorado, and Riverside, Wyoming.
Wyoming 2011 June 16
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The little whimpy snow that followed the December 19-incher and preceded Snowmageddon only dropped 4-6 inches across the Washington region.
Maryland, Gaithersburg 2010 January 30
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Snowmageddon: 17.8 inches at Reagan, 25 inches at Baltimore-Washington, and 32.4 inches at Dulles Airport. By contrast, Chicago's biggest snowstorm on January 26-27, 1967, produced 23.0 inches of snow while Washington, D.C., has had 4 storms during the same time period producing over 23 inches of snow.
Maryland, Gaithersburg 2010 February 6
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Snowmageddon: 17.8 inches at Reagan, 25 inches at Baltimore-Washington, and 32.4 inches at Dulles Airport. By contrast, Chicago's biggest snowstorm on January 26-27, 1967, produced 23.0 inches of snow while Washington, D.C., has had 4 storms during the same time period producing over 23 inches of snow.
Maryland, Gaithersburg 2010 February 6
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Snowmageddon: 17.8 inches at Reagan, 25 inches at Baltimore-Washington, and 32.4 inches at Dulles Airport. By contrast, Chicago's biggest snowstorm on January 26-27, 1967, produced 23.0 inches of snow while Washington, D.C., has had 4 storms during the same time period producing over 23 inches of snow.
Maryland, Gaithersburg 2010 February 6
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Snowmageddon: 17.8 inches at Reagan, 25 inches at Baltimore-Washington, and 32.4 inches at Dulles Airport. By contrast, Chicago's biggest snowstorm on January 26-27, 1967, produced 23.0 inches of snow while Washington, D.C., has had 4 storms during the same time period producing over 23 inches of snow.
Maryland, Gaithersburg 2010 February 6
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Two weeks after Snowmageddon there is still much snow on the ground. However, now vehicles are recognizable as such.
Maryland, Gaithersburg 2010 February 21
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Following record totals of snow in February 2010, a trip to the West Virginia mountains.
West Virginia 2010 March 6

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