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El Nino slow to develop

Recent observations of the eastern Pacific Ocean show that the expected El Nino has not developed as predicted and that even though the ocean temperatures are showing warming, the atmosphere has not followed suit, leading to mediocre El Nino signals.  This makes it more likely that if El Nino develops…
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Flood of 1994 twenty years later

Twenty years ago this weekend, central Georgia experienced the massive flooding from Tropical Storm Alberto.  The current 24 hour rainfall record for Georgia, 21.10 inches, fell in Americus on July 6, 1994 during the storm.  The extreme rainfall caused tremendous devastation in Macon, Montezuma, Albany and other areas in central…
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