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Post-Irma storm surge assessment

If you live along the coast, you will be interested in this assessment of storm surge conditions around the Southeast from Hurricane Irma.  Because the storm was so large, storm surge occurred at a much wider scale than is usual for hurricanes.  You can read more about it at http://hurricanehalssb.blogspot.com/2017/09/four-surges-in-one-wrap-up-on-irmas.html.
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Could Rain Associated With Harvey Significantly Impact Livestock or Agriculture?

I’m pleased to present a guest blog post from former NWS hydrologist John Feldt of Blue Water Outlook, discussing the impact of Hurricane Harvey on agriculture across the US. Tomorrow I will look at news reports on impacts of Harvey’s rainfall on agriculture across Texas. Past Rainfall Totals To date,…
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Climate teaching resources

Here are some climate resources that might be helpful to teachers and 4-H agents from NOAA’s Climate.gov: National Climate Assessment resources at https://www.climate.gov/teaching/national-climate-assessment-resources-educators/2014-national-climate-assessment-resources Literacy on climate and energy at https://www.climate.gov/teaching/essential-principles-climate-literacy/about-clean-climate-literacy-and-energy-awareness
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