Top Apps to Survive a Storm The Weather Channel
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TWC Support How do I control my permissions on The Weather
(8 days ago) The method of setting your permissions may differ depending on whether you use our websites or our apps. Please note, if you use more than one of our services, you will need to set your permissions for each of the services separately. Similarly, if you use our services on more than one device, you will need to set your permissions on each
TWC Support How do I manage data related to my usage of
(2 days ago) The method of managing data may differ depending on whether you use our websites or our apps. Please note, if you use more than one of our services, you will need to manage your data for each of the services separately. Similarly, if you use our services on more than one device, you will need to manage your data on each device, as we do not
TWC Support New WU 6.0 App Version Information
(7 days ago) New WU 6.0 App Version Information. Dear WU App Customers, Thank you for your loyal support. As you’re aware, we just released a new generation of the WU mobile app. This major update is built on brand new technology and has a cleaner interface that we found through testing gives users more info in less time. This version also fixes a number
The Weather Channel Apps for Mobile Devices and Tablets
(9 days ago) The Weather Channel for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. Never get caught in the rain again with this powerful, free mobile app for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. Stay informed with reliable forecasts, interactive radar and real-time rain alerts, backed by the most trusted name in weather -- The Weather Channel. It’s the app users call "awesome
Puerto Rico Endures
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Deepwater Horizon Five Years Later
(7 days ago) Deepwater Horizon Five Years Later. By Michele Berger. Half a decade has passed since one of the worst environmental disasters in U.S. history. Despite years of research, there are plenty of unanswered questions: How long will it take for the region to recover?
What They Couldn't Leave Behind
(Just Now) Slider Arrow. Don Potter, 45, was living in a green Ford Ranger in Boggs Mountain Demonstration State Forest when the fire broke out. The truck had a flat, so he had to leave it behind. All he salvaged were his boots and baseball cap. “I used to be with Cal Fire. I’ve got six years experience fighting wildfires.
Identifying Skin Cancer: 37 Photos You Need to See
(3 days ago) Erin Gilbert, M.D., Ph.D., a spokesperson for the Skin Cancer Foundation, offered these guidelines to weather.com in 2014: Avoid the sun when it’s at its peak (from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ); wear sun-protective clothes, such as a hat; always wear a broad-spectrum SPF. Reapply sunscreen every two hours, or after swimming or sweating.
Causing a Catastrophe
(1 days ago) Causing a Catastrophe. When the West Quincy Levee failed during catastrophic floods 25 years ago, police pegged James Robert Scott as the cause. This opens in a new window. July 16, 1993 was a hot, muggy day in the industrial town of West Quincy, Missouri. It was the day a levee on the Mississippi River broke, drowning fourteen thousand acres
The South Carolina Floods
(Just Now) A rare double whammy of storm surge and unprecedented rainfall combined to bring dangerous flash flooding to Charleston, South Carolina, leaving the city and its suburbs under flood warnings for most of Saturday. Saltwater topped the sea walls of Charleston’s famous Battery while more than 11 inches of rain turned city streets into wading
(7 days ago) Polluted by Politics. Water data reveal how a devastating agricultural legacy, aggravated by decades of political failure – and now climate change – thwart quest for solutions. Written by Marcus Stern and Meryl Kornfield This story is a collaboration of the Investigative Reporting Workshop and The Weather Channel and is being co-published
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(9 days ago) Rebuilt, Repaired, Abandoned: Five Years After Sandy. Photography and reporting by Liz Roll. Written and with additional reporting by Nicole Bonaccorso. This piece was jointly published by The Weather Channel and NBCNews.com. Photographer Liz Roll documented the New Jersey coastline for three months after Superstorm Sandy ravaged shore towns.
How Prager University Is Propagating Climate Misinformation
(9 days ago) A Course in Climate Misinformation. Prager University is not a university. And the facts it preaches aren’t necessarily facts. It is named after someone named Prager, though. A video on social media entitled Fossil Fuels: The Greenest Energy has been viewed over 1.5 million times. Presented by a fossil fuel proponent, the video flubs a major
(Just Now) Water data reveal how a devastating agricultural legacy, aggravated by decades of political failure – and now climate change – thwart quest for solutions. Written by Marcus Stern and Meryl Kornfield This story is a collaboration of the Investigative Reporting Workshop and The Weather Channel and is being co-published by the Tampa Bay Times.
The Copperhead Shuttle
(2 days ago) The Copperhead Shuttle. By Rowan Jacobsen. The Lowcountry of South Carolina is home to wetlands, pine forests and tidal creeks — as well as some some particularly nasty copperheads. The venom of these snakes is deathly dangerous, but it could hold the secret to cures for cancer, strokes and the future of pain medicine.
Polluted by Politics
(Just Now) Annual temperatures have risen 2.2˚F since 1970 at one station and 3.3˚F since 1953 at the other, according to Weather.com meteorologist Jonathan Erdman. A 2016 algal bloom covered 5% of the lake’s surface. Two years later, 90% of the surface was covered, forcing then-Gov. Rick Scott to declare a state of emergency in seven hard-hit counties.
(7 days ago) Trafficking Jam. By Michele Berger. Crimes against wildlife deplete animal populations and natural resources. Even more so when circumstances — weather, migration — make them vulnerable, particularly in the face of a changing climate. A handful of wildlife crime scene investigation labs around the country are tackling this problem, focusing