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Reflecting on Hurricane Agnes 50 Years Later

2022-06-10T06:33+0200hstoday (en)

Half a century ago, in late June 1972, one of the most devasting and historic hurricanes the United States had experienced formed in the Gulf of Mexico . Hurricane Agnes made landfall as a Category 1 storm and caused significant and widespread damage throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

FEMA reflects on Hurricane Agnes 50 years later

2022-06-07T18:01+0200readingeagle (en)

With the 50th Anniversary of Hurricane Agnes, one of the worst storms to ever hit the United States, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are holding special events to recall that storm and encourage residents to learn more about their flood risk and take....

MIL-OSI USA: Reflecting on Hurricane Agnes 50 Years Later

2022-06-07T17:40+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: US Federal Emergency Management Agency. PHILADELPHIA – Half a century ago, in late June 1972, one of the most devasting and historic hurricanes the United States had experienced formed in the Gulf of Mexico . Hurricane Agnes made landfall as a Category 1 storm and caused significant and widespread damage throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

Supervisa obra en Villahermosa

2022-06-06T07:01+0200yucatan (es)

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO (El Universal).— Al manifestar que “esto es Tabasco y no como lo pintan”, el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador supervisó ayer los avances de la construcción del malecón de Villahermosa para evitar inundaciones en tiempo de lluvias y proteger a la población.

Supervisa AMLO construcción del nuevo malecón Villahermosa

2022-06-06T00:09+0200vanguardia-MX (es)

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO.-Al manifestar que “esto es Tabasco y no como lo pintan”, el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador supervisó esta mañana los avances de la construcción del malecón de Villahermosa para evitar inundaciones en tiempo de lluvias y proteger a la población.

2022 Hurricane Season: LSU Experts Available

2022-06-05T07:27+0200sciencex (en)

Climatology and Meteorology. Alaric Haag , LSU Earth Scan Laboratory operational manager and LSU Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences and Coastal Studies Institute information technology staff. Areas of Expertise: Satellite image processing of atmospheric and oceanic phenomenon; data....

South Florida was flooded following a tropical cyclone

2022-06-05T00:52+0200worldakkam (en)

Hurricane Agatha, the first-named storm of the hurricane season, struck Mexico on June 1. Agatha was formed in the Pacific Ocean and caused extreme floods and landslides. According to the Governor of Oaxaca, Agatha has killed at least 10 people and left another 20 missing.

Heavy Rain in Florida Brings Floods to Miami - The New York Times

2022-06-04T20:18+0200google-top-stories-innovatie (en)

ORLANDO — The first tropical threat of the hurricane season in Florida washed across the state overnight Friday, leaving South Florida residents and local officials to deal with flooding, power outages, stranded vehicles and hours of cleanup, affecting some businesses.

Heavy Rain in Florida Brings Floods to Miami - The New York Times

2022-06-04T20:15+0200google-top-stories (en)

ORLANDO — The first tropical threat of the hurricane season in Florida washed across the state overnight Friday, leaving South Florida residents and local officials to deal with flooding, power outages, stranded vehicles and hours of cleanup, affecting some businesses.

South Florida underwater as tropical deluge dumps 11 inches of rain

2022-06-04T19:57+0200nypost (en)

Thanks for contacting us. We've received your submission. Floodwaters swamped much of South Florida after nearly 11 inches of rain drenched the region by Saturday morning. Major flooding was reported in Miami, Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale, among other cities, as the waters began to rise shortly....

Tropical Weather Brings Heavy Rains and Flooding to Florida

2022-06-04T17:08+0200lenexweb (en)

In Palmetto Bay, an incorporated suburb about 15 miles south of Miami, officials were particularly concerned on Friday about the possibility of heavy rains, given that almost all of the village’s eight square miles were in a flood zone. “We’re encouraging residents to keep their storm drains clear of debris,” Mayor Karyn Cunningham said.

Tropical storm no longer expected but South Florida still braces for floods

2022-06-04T13:15+0200tampabay (en)

A tropical storm named Alex is no longer expected to form as a messy disturbance headed toward Florida’s west coast early Saturday morning, forecasters say. But tropical storm warnings are still in effect for South Florida and a flash flood warning was posted overnight.

Meteo cronaca diretta: Messico, l'uragano Agata impatta con venti a oltre 170 km/h (video) Meteo cronaca diretta: Messico, l'urgano Agatha colpisce la città di Oaxaca con venti fino a 210 km/h (video). L’uragano Agatha, il primo della stagione, tra la fine di Maggio e i primi giorni di Giugno ha....

2022-06-04T09:40+0200informazione (it)

Meteo cronaca diretta: Messico , l'urgano Agatha colpisce la città di Oaxaca con venti fino a 210 km/h (video). L’uragano Agatha, il primo della stagione, tra la fine di Maggio e i primi giorni di Giugno ha colpito la città di, in Messico, con venti fino a 210 km/h; si segnalano danni, vittime e feriti.

Heavy rains soak South Florida ahead of likely Tropical Storm Alex

2022-06-04T03:13+0200news-yahoo (en)

“Data from an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft indicate that the circulation associated with the disturbance has become a little better defined over the Gulf of Mexico north of the northeastern Yucatan Peninsula,” the hurricane center said. The National Weather Service said the system’s....

Storm warning, flood watch in effect for South Florida ahead of system likely to become Tropical Storm Alex

2022-06-03T21:19+0200news-yahoo (en)

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — South Florida remains under a tropical storm warning Friday afternoon as the National Hurricane Center watches development of the low pressure system in the southeastern Gulf of Mexico that is expected to become Tropical Storm Alex as it gets closer to the state.

Storm warning, flood watch in effect for South Florida ahead of system likely to become Tropical Storm Alex

2022-06-03T21:11+0200eagletribune (en)

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — South Florida remains under a tropical storm warning Friday afternoon as the National Hurricane Center watches development of the low pressure system in the southeastern Gulf of Mexico that is expected to become Tropical Storm Alex as it gets closer to the state.

Possible tropical storm to hit Florida as remnants of deadly Hurricane Agatha move up from Mexico

2022-06-03T20:51+0200dailymail (en)

Florida is bracing for the potential first tropical storm of the season as the remnants of deadly Hurricane Agatha move up from Mexico : Up to 3-feet of coastal flooding and 10-inches of rain are forecast Tropical Storm Alex is expected to form and make landfall in South Florida on Saturday; The....

Tropical Storm Alex expected to form Friday; warnings in South Florida Nation

2022-06-03T19:19+0200usaToday (en)

Much of South Florida is under a tropical storm warning amid the looming threat of what could soon become Tropical Storm Alex , the first named storm of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season. The National Hurricane Center expects the system in the Gulf of Mexico to form later Friday.

Florida Tropical Storms: Extreme rainfall, flood systems

2022-06-03T19:16+0200printveela (en)

Unrest near Mexico is expected to hit Florida as a tropical storm this weekend. The system was moving about 125 miles northeast of Cozumel on Friday and was expected to reach the southeastern Gulf of Mexico and the southern and central parts of the Florida Peninsula on Saturday.

Tropical storm warnings issued for more of Florida, Cuba, Bahamas

2022-06-03T19:15+0200digitaljournal (en)

Potential Tropical Cyclone One could turn into Tropical Storm Alex before hitting Florida on Saturday. For the storm to be christened Alex, the system will need to develop a well-defined center, the hurricane center said. At the last update, The National Hurricane Center put the disturbance about....

South Florida under tropical storm warning as potential Alex unleashes flood threat through Sunday

2022-06-03T19:04+0200azcentral (en)

Much of South Florida is under a tropical storm warning amid the looming threat of what could soon become Tropical Storm Alex , the first named storm of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season. The National Hurricane Center expects the system in the Gulf of Mexico to form later Friday.

Tropical Storm Warning- South Florida

2022-06-03T19:01+0200wsvn (en)

Potential Storm #1 is battling the elements and Hurricane Hunters have not been able to find a well-defined center to designate it a tropical storm. However, conditions will become favorable as wind shear lessons and it moves through the warm waters of the Southeastern Gulf of Mexico during the next 12 hours.

Es «probable» que se forme una depresión tropical con los remanentes de Agatha

2022-06-03T17:22+0200lapagina (es)

El miércoles marcó el comienzo de la temporada de huracanes y parece que los trópicos también están al tanto. Ya se conoció la primera señal de que algo está formándose y podría afectar partes de Florida. Esto se debe en parte a los remanentes del huracán Agatha, que tocó tierra en México el lunes, con vientos superiores a 160 km/h.

Tropical storm warnings issued for more of Florida, Cuba, Bahamas

2022-06-03T15:47+0200wrcbtv (en)

Before hitting Florida on Saturday, a broad swath of showers and thunderstorms over the Yucatán Peninsula could turn into Tropical Storm Alex or a tropical depression, the National Hurricane Center said. Tropical storm warnings are in effect Friday for over 10 million people in the southern half of Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas.

Tropical Storm Warning issued for all of South Florida - WPLG Local 10

2022-06-03T15:03+0200google-top-stories-innovatie (en)

MIAMI – A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for all of South Florida Friday as a storm system will bring heavy rain and wind throughout the day and weekend. According to the National Hurricane Center, as of 8 a.m. Friday, it was located about 420 miles southwest of Fort Myers with 40 mph winds. It was moving northeast at 6 mph.

Tropical Storm Warning issued for all of South Florida - WPLG Local 10

2022-06-03T15:01+0200google-top-stories (en)

MIAMI – A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for all of South Florida Friday as a storm system will bring heavy rain and wind throughout the day and weekend. According to the National Hurricane Center, as of Friday morning, the system was about 470 miles west-southwest of Miami with 40 mph winds.

Central Florida remains in path of possible tropical storm this weekend: Latest track, models

2022-06-03T12:50+0200fox35orlando (en)

ORLANDO, Fla. A system in the Gulf of Mexico is expected to strengthen into our first named storm of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season – and it's taking aim at Florida. Tropical storm warnings have been issued for portions of Central and Southern Florida, including Polk, Osceola and Brevard....

TIMELINE: Tropical storm warnings issued for parts of Florida ahead of potential 'Alex'

2022-06-03T11:49+0200fox35orlando (en)

POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE ONE. ORLANDO, Fla. Tropical storm warnings have been issued for portions of Central and Southern Florida, including Polk, Osceola and Brevard counties, as an area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico heads in Florida's direction, according to the latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center.

Government reaches settlement with private border wall builders

2022-06-03T07:22+0200tribtown (en)

By Dina Arévalo | Aim Media Texas. The federal government’s two-and-a-half-year-long lawsuit against the builders of a private border wall south of Mission came to an end Tuesday morning when prosecutors filed a stipulation for dismissal in federal court. And with the dismissal, details of the settlement agreement between the U.

Hurricane season is underway: Tropical storm watch issued for South Florida where a foot of rain is possible

2022-06-03T00:18+0200news-yahoo (en)

A tropical storm watch was hoisted Thursday afternoon for all of South Florida as a system gathers strength in the southern Gulf of Mexico . A tropical storm watch means tropical storm-force winds of at least 39 mph are possible within the next 48 hours.

Hurricane season is underway: Tropical storm watch issued for Florida Nation

2022-06-03T00:07+0200usaToday (en)

A tropical storm watch means tropical storm-force winds of at least 39 mph are possible within the next 48 hours. "The primary impact will likely be localized flooding due to rainfall, rather than destructive storm surge or winds." Strong to severe thunderstorms are also a threat, the Weather....

Hurricane season is underway: Tropical storm watch issued for South Florida where a foot of rain is possible

2022-06-03T00:02+0200azcentral (en)

A tropical storm watch means tropical storm-force winds of at least 39 mph are possible within the next 48 hours. "The primary impact will likely be localized flooding due to rainfall, rather than destructive storm surge or winds." Strong to severe thunderstorms are also a threat, the Weather....

Here’s how the Government Wants to Disaster-Proof your Home

2022-06-02T20:12+0200claimsjournal (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-02T19:13+0200ksl (en)

Estimated read time: 3-4 minutes. MIAMI — On the first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Meteo cronaca diretta: Messico, l'uragano Agatha provoca inondazioni, venti forti e 11 vittime (video)

2022-06-02T18:56+0200ilmeteo (it)

L’uragano Agatha, il primo della stagione, tra il 29 e il 30 Maggio ha colpito Huatulco sulla costa pacifica del Messico con venti fino a 170 km/h; si segnalano danni, vittime e feriti. L’evento atmosferico ha portato inoltre incessanti piogge, frane, allagamenti e avvisi di inondazione, causando ingenti danni.

Weather Alert and Warning Systems Market Size Reach USD 3.35 Billion in 2030 | Comapnies Eton, Sangean, Midland Radio

2022-06-02T16:21+0200einnews (en)

/ -- The global weather alert/warning systems market size reached USD 1.74 Billion in 2021 and is expected to register a revenue CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research. Initiatives being undertaken by international bodies such as the United Nations....

2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season Is Here

2022-06-02T02:23+0200click2houston (en)

Tracking The Topics: We’re kicking off the Atlantic hurricane season with some tropical interest already starting to brew in the Gulf of Mexico . This area of interest is part of the leftovers from Hurricane Agatha that slammed into the Pacific coast of Mexico earlier this week.

Ahead of hurricane season, New Orleans adds more post-storm cooling centers, keeps tabs on seniors

2022-06-02T00:26+0200nola (en)

As New Orleans heads into what is forecast to be a busy hurricane season, Mayor LaToya Cantrell and emergency officials said Wednesday that they have made preparations based on the lessons learned during and after Hurricane Ida, including adding more cooling centers for post-storm relief and keeping tabs on senior-living residences.

Mientras el norte de México sufre intensa sequía, el sur desechará el agua dulce que sobra

2022-06-01T23:32+0200vanguardia-MX (es)

En Tabasco y Chiapas se llevará a cabo un vaciado ordenado del Sistema de Presas del Río Grijalva por lo que la Comisión Nacional del Agua (Conagua) aprobó aumentar la extracción en la presa Peñitas de 870 metros cúbicos por segundo a partir de este 1 de junio por lo que aumentará significativamente el caudal en la región.

Our best defense against hurricanes is to modernize this coastal law

2022-06-01T23:20+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Today marks the start of another hurricane season, which the National Weather Service predicts will be busier than usual for the seventh year in a row. Many folks where I live in Louisiana, still recovering from the last two years of storms, are revisiting their evacuation plans and restocking their batteries, flashlights, and other supplies.

Federal government reaches settlement with private border wall builders

2022-06-01T23:02+0200dailyjournal (en)

The federal government’s two-and-a-half year long lawsuit against the builders of a private border wall south of Mission, Texas came to an end Tuesday morning when prosecutors filed a stipulation for dismissal in federal court. And with the dismissal, details of the settlement agreement between the U.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T22:24+0200timesfreepress (en)

today. Updated building codes provide a range of smart design and construction methods "that save lives, reduce property damage, and lower utility bills," according to a news release announcing the National Initiative to Advance Building Codes. It applies to new construction and to homes and buildings that are rebuilt due to damage.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T21:00+0200newsobserver (en)

FILE - This image released by the National Park Service, shows a collapsed beachfront home along Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. The National Park Service issued a warning to visitors on Wednesday for debris. (National Park Service via AP, File) AP MIAMI.

The government wants to disaster-proof your home. Here’s how.

2022-06-01T19:34+0200bostonglobe (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T19:32+0200nbcnews (en)

MIAMI — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator for....

Huatulco, Mexico

2022-06-01T19:32+0200wn (en)

The toll from Hurricane Agatha climbed to at least ten dead and around 20 missing in southern Mexico , where heavy rains triggered landslides and flooding, local officials said Tuesday. Rain falls during the arrival of Hurricane Agatha in , Mexico on May 30, 2022. , (UrduPoint / - 31st May, 2022 ) .

Meteo cronaca diretta: Messico, l'uragano Agata impatta con venti a oltre 170 km/h (video)

2022-06-01T19:24+0200ilmeteo (it)

L’uragano Agatha, il primo della stagione, tra il 29 e il 30 Maggio ha colpito Huatulco sulla costa pacifica del Messico con venti fino a 170 km/h. L’evento atmosferico ha portato inoltre incessanti piogge, frane, allagamenti e avvisi di inondazione, causando ingenti danni.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T19:04+0200triblive (en)

MIAMI On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

¡Estar listos para ganar la batalla al huracán!

2022-06-01T18:11+0200diariolasamericas (es)

Según los pronósticos, este año se esperan alrededor de 20 tormentas tropicales en la gran zona del Atlántico, el Caribe y Golfo de México. De ellas, siete serían huracanes y tres sobrepasarían los vientos de 111 millas por hora, unos 178 kilómetros por hora.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T17:56+0200washtimes (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T17:55+0200wsvn (en)

Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Ali Zaidi, the deputy national climate adviser to President Joe Biden, discussed the initiative Wednesday during a briefing at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, where recovering from a hit similar to Hurricane Andrew could cost today.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T17:41+0200newsbreak-USA (en)

On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal....

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T15:46+0200seattletimes (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Disaster in Mexico: 10 dead, 20 missing in Hurricane Agatha

2022-06-01T15:45+0200247newsbulletin (en)

Agatha, the first hurricane of the season in the Pacific, hits the coast of Mexico . Oaxaca State Governor Alejandro Murat, in a statement to TeleFormula television, said rivers overflowed in the wake of the hurricane and landslides occurred in the highlands. “Unfortunately, 10 people have lost their lives so far, 20 people have disappeared” said.

El sur de México desechará el agua dulce que sobra mientras en el norte sigue la sequía

2022-06-01T15:45+0200infobae (es)

Imágenes del desfogue de la Presa Ángel Albino Corzo "Peñitas" en 2020, lo que provocó la crecida de varios ríos en sureste mexicano provocando inundaciones en comunidades de Tabasco. ( FOTO: PRESIDENCIA/CUARTOSCURO.COM) En Tabasco y Chiapas se llevará a cabo un vaciado ordenado del Sistema de....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T15:23+0200wboc (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T15:22+0200news-gazette (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator for....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T15:14+0200chron (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T15:11+0200hjnews (en)

Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Ali Zaidi, the deputy national climate advisor to President Joe Biden, planned to discuss the initiative Wednesday during a briefing at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, where Hurricane Andrew caused $26....

How the government wants to disaster-proof homes

2022-06-01T15:05+0200ABCnews (en)

MIAMI -- On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricane s, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T15:04+0200startribune (en)

Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Ali Zaidi, the deputy national climate advisor to President Joe Biden, planned to discuss the initiative Wednesday during a briefing at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, where Hurricane Andrew caused $26....

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

2022-06-01T15:03+0200fox10tv (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator for....

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:56+0200nbc12 (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator for....

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:54+0200metro-us (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:51+0200wcfcourier (en)

Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Gina McCarthy, national climate advisor to President Joe Biden, planned to discuss the initiative Wednesday during a briefing at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, where Hurricane Andrew caused $26 billion in....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:48+0200siouxcityjournal (en)

Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Gina McCarthy, national climate advisor to President Joe Biden, planned to discuss the initiative Wednesday during a briefing at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, where Hurricane Andrew caused $26 billion in....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:45+0200missoulian (en)

Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Gina McCarthy, national climate advisor to President Joe Biden, planned to discuss the initiative Wednesday during a briefing at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, where Hurricane Andrew caused $26 billion in....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:42+0200wacotrib (en)

Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Gina McCarthy, national climate advisor to President Joe Biden, planned to discuss the initiative Wednesday during a briefing at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, where Hurricane Andrew caused $26 billion in....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:36+0200whig (en)

Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Gina McCarthy, national climate advisor to President Joe Biden, planned to discuss the initiative Wednesday during a briefing at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, where Hurricane Andrew caused $26 billion in....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:33+0200apnews (en)

“The adoption of hazard resistant building codes saves communities $11 per every $1 invested,” Criswell said, citing a finding by the National Institute of Building Sciences. The initiative, approved by the National Climate Task Force earlier this year, comes amid signs that coastal communities should brace themselves for more intense storms .

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:33+0200news4jax (en)

MIAMI – On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:30+0200click2houston (en)

MIAMI – On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the....

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof …

2022-06-01T14:27+0200cbs17 (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof …

2022-06-01T14:27+0200wowktv (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:27+0200news-yahoo (en)

The initiative, approved by the National Climate Task Force earlier this year, comes amid signs that coastal communities should brace themselves for more intense storms . The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted 14 to 21 named storms in the Atlantic this season, with six to 10....

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:26+0200bnd (en)

FILE - This image released by the National Park Service, shows a collapsed beachfront home along Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. The National Park Service issued a warning to visitors on Wednesday for debris. (National Park Service via AP, File) AP MIAMI.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:26+0200clickondetroit (en)

MIAMI – On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the....

Here's How the Government Wants to Disaster-Proof Your Home

2022-06-01T14:25+0200usnews (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:25+0200islandpacket (en)

FILE - This image released by the National Park Service, shows a collapsed beachfront home along Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. The National Park Service issued a warning to visitors on Wednesday for debris. (National Park Service via AP, File) AP MIAMI.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:25+0200myrtlebeachonline (en)

FILE - This image released by the National Park Service, shows a collapsed beachfront home along Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. The National Park Service issued a warning to visitors on Wednesday for debris. (National Park Service via AP, File) AP MIAMI.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof …

2022-06-01T14:23+0200krqe (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:23+0200fresnobee (en)

FILE - This image released by the National Park Service, shows a collapsed beachfront home along Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. The National Park Service issued a warning to visitors on Wednesday for debris. (National Park Service via AP, File) AP MIAMI.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:23+0200independent-UK (en)

On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof …

2022-06-01T14:23+0200wearecentralpa (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:22+0200actionnewsjax (en)

Beach House Collapses Warning FILE - This image released by the National Park Service, shows a collapsed beachfront home along Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. The National Park Service issued a warning to visitors on Wednesday for debris.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:21+0200wsoctv (en)

Beach House Collapses Warning FILE - This image released by the National Park Service, shows a collapsed beachfront home along Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. The National Park Service issued a warning to visitors on Wednesday for debris.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:20+0200sfgate (en)

MIAMI (AP) — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are intensifying due to climate change.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:20+0200idahostatesman (en)

FILE - This image released by the National Park Service, shows a collapsed beachfront home along Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. The National Park Service issued a warning to visitors on Wednesday for debris. (National Park Service via AP, File) AP MIAMI.

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:19+0200wftv (en)

Beach House Collapses Warning FILE - This image released by the National Park Service, shows a collapsed beachfront home along Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. The National Park Service issued a warning to visitors on Wednesday for debris.

Here’s how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:18+0200sandiegouniontribune (en)

MIAMI — On this first day of the Atlantic hurricane season, federal officials are launching a new initiative to modernize building codes so that communities can be more resilient to hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme weather events that are Deanne Criswell, the administrator for the....

Here's how the government wants to disaster-proof your home

2022-06-01T14:17+0200krmg (en)

Beach House Collapses Warning FILE - This image released by the National Park Service, shows a collapsed beachfront home along Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022. The National Park Service issued a warning to visitors on Wednesday for debris.

Don’t be stupid in a hurricane. Avoid these 8 things that can hurt or kill you

2022-06-01T12:13+0200miamiherald (en)

When you slap tape over your windows, you aren’t making them stronger. Unless they are hurricane-rated windows, when flying debris stirred up by winds that can be in the triple digits smashes against a regular window, it’s going to break. Tape may keep the glass from spraying inward in a shower of little pieces.

Anuncian intensas lluvias en Cuba por influencia del ciclón tropical Agatha

2022-06-01T09:49+0200cubanet (es)

MADRID, España.- El Centro de Pronósticos del Instituto de Meteorología de Cuba (INSMET) anunció fuertes e intensas lluvias para las provincias occidentales y centrales del país durante las próximas 48 a 72 horas, debido al ciclón tropical Agatha. Aviso Especial @cnp_insmet_cuba Posible desarrollo....

“No hemos tenido daños mayores”, asegura AMLO

2022-06-01T07:00+0200yucatan (es)

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO (El Universal).— Al señalar que la depresión tropical “Agatha” perdía fuerza, el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador descartó que se corra el riesgo de que se vayan a desbordar presas de Malpaso y Peñitas, en Chiapas, y pudiera ocasionar una inundación en su natal Tabasco.

Agatha deja 11 muertos y 32 desaparecidos en México

2022-06-01T05:15+0200vanguardia-MX (es)

Al menos 11 personas murieron y otras 32 continúan desaparecidas tras el paso del huracán Agatha por el sur de México el lunes, donde dejó ríos desbordados, deslaves y destrozos en viviendas y zonas turísticas de la costa. El gobernador del estado de Oaxaca, Alejandro Murat señaló en entrevista con....

Northern Belize Issued Flood Alert Due to Remnants of Hurricane Agatha

2022-06-01T05:04+0200channel5belize (en)

May 31, 2022 Northern Belize Issued Flood Alert Due to Remnants of Hurricane Agatha. A flood alert has been issued by the National Met Service and NEMO for flood-prone areas along northern Belize. Chief Meteorologist Ronald Gordon told News Five today that while Hurricane Agatha which struck the....

Agatha deja 10 muertos y 20 desaparecidos en México

2022-06-01T05:00+0200vanguardia-MX (es)

Al menos 10 personas murieron y otras 20 continúan desaparecidas tras el paso del huracán Agatha por el sur de México el lunes, donde dejó ríos desbordados, deslaves y destrozos en viviendas y zonas turísticas de la costa. El gobernador del estado de Oaxaca, Alejandro Murat señaló en entrevista con....

Agatha deja 10 muertos y 20 desaparecidos en México

2022-06-01T03:32+0200peru21 (es)

El gobernador del estado de Oaxaca , Alejandro Murat señaló en entrevista con Telefórmula que el balance sigue siendo preliminar y que entre los desparecidos hay menores. Agatha hizo historia como el huracán más potente que ha tocado tierra en un mes de mayo durante la temporada de tormentas del Pacífico oriental.

Agatha deja 10 muertos y 20 desaparecidos en México

2022-06-01T03:27+0200lanacion-AR (es)

En esta imagen satelital, proporcionada por la NOAA, se muestra al huracán Agatha sobre la costa del Pacífico mexicano, en el estado de Oaxaca, México, el 30 de mayo de 2022. (NOAA vía AP) PUERTO ESCONDIDO, México (AP) — Al menos 10 personas murieron y otras 20 continúan desaparecidas tras el paso....

Agatha deja 10 muertos y 20 desaparecidos en México

2022-06-01T03:14+0200infobae (es)

PUERTO ESCONDIDO, México (AP) — Al menos 10 personas murieron y otras 20 continúan desaparecidas tras el paso del huracán Agatha por el sur de México el lunes, donde dejó ríos desbordados, deslaves y destrozos en viviendas y zonas turísticas de la costa.

Huracán Agatha bate récord de mayo, se debilita sobre México

2022-06-01T01:05+0200elnuevoherald (es)

PUERTO ESCONDIDO, México. Agatha hizo historia como el huracán más potente que ha tocado tierra en un mes de mayo durante la temporada de tormentas del Pacífico oriental, y arrancó techos y destruyó caminos antes de disiparse en el sur de México. El gobernador del estado de Oaxaca, Alejandro Murat,....

Will Hurricane Agatha hit Florida?

2022-06-01T00:32+0200worldakkam (en)

Hurricane Agatha is expected to turn into a tropical cyclone Alex, causing heavy rainfall in South Florida within the next five days. Puerto Angel in Mexico was hit by a Category 2 hurricane, Agatha, on Monday afternoon. Since then, the hurricane has weakened to a low pressure system.

Huracán Agatha bate récord de mayo, se debilita sobre México

2022-05-31T23:41+0200lanacion-AR (es)

En esta imagen satelital, proporcionada por la NOAA, se muestra al huracán Agatha sobre la costa del Pacífico mexicano, en el estado de Oaxaca, México, el 30 de mayo de 2022. (NOAA vía AP) PUERTO ESCONDIDO, México (AP) — Agatha hizo historia como el huracán más potente que ha tocado tierra en un....

Huracán Agatha bate récord en mayo, se debilita sobre México

2022-05-31T23:26+0200lahora-GT (es)

Agatha hizo historia como el huracán más potente que ha tocado tierra en mayo durante la temporada de tormentas en el Pacífico, luego de recalar en un tramo poco poblado de playas turísticas y pueblos pesqueros del estado de Oaxaca, en el sur de México.

El huracán Agatha bate récord en mayo y se debilita sobre México

2022-05-31T22:43+0200elvocero (es)

PUERTO ESCONDIDO, México — Agatha hizo historia como el huracán más potente que ha tocado tierra en mayo durante la temporada de tormentas en el Pacífico, luego de recalar en un tramo poco poblado de playas turísticas y pueblos pesqueros del estado de Oaxaca, en el sur de México.

Huracán Agatha bate récord en mayo en el país

2022-05-31T22:07+0200elmanana (es)

Agatha hizo historia como el huracán más potente que ha tocado tierra en mayo durante la temporada de tormentas en el Pacífico, luego de recalar en un tramo poco poblado de playas turísticas y pueblos pesqueros del estado de Oaxaca, en el sur de México.

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resort

2022-05-31T19:10+0200news-yahoo (en)

Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashes Huatulco on Mexico 's Pacific Coast as it barrels ashore, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha is the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific coast in May since record keeping began in 1949, the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

Hurricane Agatha Drenches Mexican Beach Resort

2022-05-31T18:47+0200barrons (en)

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Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resort

2022-05-31T18:46+0200yahoo-sg (en)

Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashes Huatulco on Mexico 's Pacific Coast as it barrels ashore, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha is the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific coast in May since record keeping began in 1949, the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

El huracán 'Ágatha' se degrada a tormenta tropical al tocar tierra en México y provocar inundaciones

2022-05-31T17:00+0200rtve (es)

La temporada de huracanes ha dado comienzo este año con 'Ágatha', que ha tocado tierra en México este lunes, que ha tocado tierra en México este lunes en las inmediaciones de la localidad La Redonda, en Oaxaca sobre las 15:30 horas de la tarde (hora local).

Venti e allagamenti sulla costa pacifica del Messico: ecco l’arrivo dell’uragano Agatha – Video

2022-05-31T16:56+0200zazoom-it (it)

(Di martedì 31 maggio 2022) L’uragano Agatha , il primo della stagione, ha colpito Huatulco sulla costa pacifica del Messico . L’evento atmosferico ha portato forti Venti , incessanti piogge, frane, allagamenti e avvisi di inondazione, causando ingenti danni.

Agatha weakens to a tropical depression as it passes through Mexico

2022-05-31T16:29+0200247newsbulletin (en)

MEX5120. TEHUANTEPEC, (MEXICO), 05/30/2022.- People walk today through a flooded avenue in the municipality of Tehuantepec, state of Oaxaca ( Mexico ). Hurricane Ágatha, category 2 and formed in the Pacific, made landfall this Monday in the Mexican state of Oaxaca leaving rains in the south and....

Venti e allagamenti sulla costa pacifica del Messico: ecco l’arrivo dell’uragano Agatha – Video

2022-05-31T16:27+0200ilfattoquotidiano (it)

L’uragano Agatha , il primo della stagione, ha colpito Huatulco sulla costa pacifica del Messico . L’evento atmosferico ha portato forti venti, incessanti piogge, frane, allagamenti e avvisi di inondazione, causando ingenti danni. Agatha è la tempesta più forte ad approdare lungo la costa del....

El huracán 'Ágatha' se degrada a tormenta tropical al tocar tierra en México y provocar inundaciones

2022-05-31T16:03+0200rtve-alacarta (es)

La temporada de huracanes ha dado comienzo este año con 'Ágatha', que ha tocado tierra en México este lunes, que ha tocado tierra en México este lunes en las inmediaciones de la localidad La Redonda, en Oaxaca sobre las 15:30 horas de la tarde (hora local).

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts

2022-05-31T16:01+0200TheFrontierPost-en (en)

Mexico (AFP): Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico’s Pacific Coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico’s Pacific coast in May since record....

L'uragano Agatha si abbatte sulla costa pacifica del Messico: venti e allagamenti

2022-05-31T15:54+0200zazoom-it (it)

(Di martedì 31 maggio 2022) L' uragano Agatha , il primo della stagione, colpisce Huatulco sulla costa pacifica del Messico mentre arriva a riva, portando forti venti , incessanti piogge, frane, allagamenti e avvisi di inondazione, ... : ???? Il #Messico alle prese con un #uragano di categoria 2 e piogge torrenziali, aggiornamenti.

L'uragano Agatha si abbatte sulla costa pacifica del Messico: venti e allagamenti

2022-05-31T15:26+0200tiscali-it (it)

L'uragano Agatha, il primo della stagione, colpisce Huatulco sulla costa pacifica del Messico mentre arriva a riva, portando forti venti, incessanti piogge, frane, allagamenti e avvisi di inondazione, causando ingenti danni. Agatha e' la tempesta piu' forte ad approdare lungo la costa del Pacifico....

Here’s how to get your home ready for hurricane season

2022-05-31T14:56+0200houstonchronicle (en)

With a little forethought and manpower, you can mitigate the damage and stress a storm can bring to your home and your family. EXPERT: A monster hurricane season is coming A portable generator can keep families and homes comfortable and safe during prolonged power outages caused by hurricanes and other severe weather.

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts

2022-05-31T11:47+0200wn (en)

Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico 's Pacific coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific coast in May since record keeping began in....

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts

2022-05-31T11:21+0200techcodex (en)

Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico ’s Pacific coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico’s Pacific coast in May since record keeping began in 1949, the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts

2022-05-31T10:36+0200samacharcentral (en)

Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico ’s Pacific coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico’s Pacific coast in May since record keeping began in 1949, the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

Mexican beach resorts lashed by Hurricane Agatha

2022-05-31T08:55+0200wn (en)

The first hurricane of the Pacific season has lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico 's Pacific coast as it made landfall, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Hurricane Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific coast in May since record keeping began....

Hurricane Agatha Drenches Mexican Beach Resorts

2022-05-31T08:33+0200aawsat (en)

Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico 's Pacific coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific coast in May since record keeping began in 1949, the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

Mexican beach resorts lashed by Hurricane Agatha

2022-05-31T08:31+0200RTERadio (en)

Rain falls during the arrival of Hurricane Agatha in Huatulco, Oaxaca State, Mexico . The first hurricane of the Pacific season has lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico's Pacific coast as it made landfall, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings.

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts

2022-05-31T07:50+0200terradaily (en)

Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico 's Pacific coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific coast in May since record keeping began in 1949, the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts

2022-05-31T07:34+0200brecorder (en)

HUATULCO: Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico 's Pacific coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific coast in May since record keeping....

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts

2022-05-31T07:24+0200themalaysianinsight (en)

People transit through a flooded avenue in the municipality of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca state, Mexico , May 30, 2022. Hurricane Agatha a string of beach resorts on Mexico’s Pacific Coast as it barrelled ashore yesterday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. – EPA pic, May 31, 2022.

Mexico-weather 3rdlead

2022-05-31T07:10+0200nampa (en)

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts =(Video+Graphic+Picture)= ATTENTION - ADDS NHC report /// Huatulco , Mexico , May 31, 2022 (AFP) - Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico's Pacific coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings.

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts

2022-05-31T06:44+0200bssnews (en)

HUATULCO , Mexico , May 31, 2022 (BSS/AFP) - Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico's Pacific Coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific....

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts

2022-05-31T06:39+0200manilatimes (en)

HUATULCO, Mexico : Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico's Pacific Coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific coast in May since record....

Agatha hits southern Mexico coast as strongest May hurricane

2022-05-31T05:44+0200hjnews (en)

PUERTO ESCONDIDO, Mexico (AP) — Hurricane Agatha, the strongest hurricane on record to make landfall in May in the eastern Pacific, swept ashore on a stretch of tourist beaches and fishing towns Monday, then weakened moving inland over the mountains of southern Mexico.

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts

2022-05-31T05:28+0200capitalfm (en)

Huatulco ( Mexico ) (AFP), May 31 – Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico’s Pacific Coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico’s Pacific coast in....

Hurricane Agatha plows into Mexico beach resorts

2022-05-31T04:30+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Mexico is regularly lashed by tropical storms on both its Pacific and Atlantic coasts, generally between the months of May and November. (Reuters) Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, has lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico's Pacific Coast as it barreled ashore, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings.

Hurricane Agatha plows into Mexico beach resorts

2022-05-31T04:28+0200trtworld (en)

Mexico is regularly lashed by tropical storms on both its Pacific and Atlantic coasts, generally between the months of May and November. (Reuters) Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, has lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico's Pacific Coast as it barreled ashore, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings.

Hurricane Agatha Drenches Mexican Beach Resorts

2022-05-31T04:12+0200ibtimes (en)

Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico 's Pacific Coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings. Agatha was the strongest storm to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific coast in May since record keeping began in 1949, the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.

Mexico-weather 2ndlead

2022-05-31T03:31+0200nampa (en)

Hurricane Agatha drenches Mexican beach resorts =(Video+Graphic+Picture)= ATTENTION - UPDATES with storm weakening /// Huatulco , Mexico , May 31, 2022 (AFP) - Hurricane Agatha, the first of the season, lashed a string of beach resorts on Mexico's Pacific Coast as it barreled ashore Monday, bringing strong winds, heavy rain and flood warnings.

Huracán ‘Agatha’: Guardia Nacional activa el Plan GN-A ante su paso por Guerrero, Oaxaca y Chiapas

2022-05-31T01:53+0200elfinanciero (es)

Agatha, Huracán Agatha, Oaxaca, Chiapas, Guerrero Esta tarde, el huracán Agatha tocó tierra en Oaxaca. Se prevén lluvias intensas en estados del suroeste del país mayo 30, 2022 | 18:45 pm hrs El Huracán Agatha , ahora categoría 2, dejará fuertes lluvias en estados del sureste de México, incluidos Guerrero, Oaxaca y Chiapas .

Severe weather threat with dangerous storms forecast for Memorial Day while Hurricane Agatha brings flash flood fears

2022-05-30T15:30+0200thesun (en)

Dangerous storms are expected for Memorial Day to parts of North and Central America, with potential for heavy rains and flash flooding. Weather forecasts are anticipating that Hurricane Agatha will make landfall in Mexico and Central America on Monday, bringing mudslides and severe winds with it.

Every home has a wildfire risk: Here’s how to check yours

2022-05-29T22:26+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

A new report released by a nonprofit research and technology group is working to change that – and define America’s climate risk. First Street Foundation, a Brooklyn-based nonprofit climate research group recently released its wildfire model, which gives a closer look at the risk of individual properties across the country.

Hurricane Agatha poses dangerous flood threat to Mexico - The Washington Post

2022-05-29T22:07+0200google-top-stories (en)

The National Hurricane Center is warning that the storm could bring “dangerous” coastal flooding and “life-threatening hurricane-force winds” near where it makes landfall. It also cautions that “life-threatening flash flooding and mudslides” are possible as the storm crosses southern Mexico , with....

Hurricane Agatha poses dangerous flood threat to Mexico - The Washington Post

2022-05-29T22:07+0200google-top-stories-innovatie (en)

The National Hurricane Center is warning that the storm could bring “dangerous” coastal flooding and “life-threatening hurricane-force winds” near where it makes landfall. It also cautions that “life-threatening flash flooding and mudslides” are possible as the storm crosses southern Mexico , with....

Agatha, first Pacific hurricane of 2022, forms off Mexico sparking 'life threatening' flood…

2022-05-29T20:12+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

A strengthening Agatha became 2022's first named hurricane in the Pacific early Sunday as it barreled towards southern coast, prompting the National Hurricane Center to warn of “life threatening flooding and mudslides.” On Sunday morning the center of the hurricane was located around 200 miles west....

Agatha, first Pacific hurricane of 2022, forms off Mexico sparking 'life threatening' flood warnings

2022-05-29T19:15+0200nbcnews (en)

A strengthening Agatha became 2022's first named hurricane in the Pacific early Sunday as it barreled towards southern coast, prompting the National Hurricane Center to warn of “life threatening flooding and mudslides.” On Sunday morning the center of the hurricane was located around 200 miles west....

Agatha grows to hurricane, poses dangerous flood threat to Mexico

2022-05-29T18:28+0200flipboard (en)

Hurricane warnings are in effect in Mexico ’s Oaxaca state, where a rapidly strengthening Hurricane Agatha is expected to make landfall Monday near the town of Mazunte. The National Hurricane Center is warning that the storm could bring “dangerous” coastal flooding and “life-threatening … According....

Agatha, first Pacific hurricane of 2022, forms off Mexico sparking 'life threatening' flood warnings

2022-05-29T16:16+0200flipboard (en)

Storm surge “expected to produce dangerous coastal flooding in areas of onshore winds,” National Hurricane Center said. A strengthening Agatha became 2022's first named hurricane in the Pacific early Sunday as it barreled towards Mexico ’s southern coast, prompting the National Hurricane Center to … ....

“El gober más cool de México”: viralizaron video de Omar Fayad siendo DJ con canción de RBD al fondo

2022-05-29T09:02+0200infobae (es)

Por medio de redes sociales se viralizó un video en el que muestra a , gobernador de Hidalgo , al interior de una fiesta privada intentando que los asistentes cantaran y bailaran con canciones del icónico grupo mexicano RBD puesto que tomó la batuta de DJ.

EE.UU. sufre una de las peores tormentas de nieve de la historia

2022-05-29T06:23+0200noticiasambientales (es)

Al menos tres personas han muerto después de una extraña mezcla de condiciones climáticas alrededor de Estados Unidos que generó tornados, tormentas de hielo y calor histórico este fin de semana. Dos muertes ocurrieron en los condados de Coahoma y Jasper en Mississippi, donde un tiempo severo dañó....

New Mexico’s largest wildfire was found in a forest fire

2022-05-28T19:37+0200printveela (en)

The largest wildfire in New Mexico ’s history has been found in a planned fire set by the US Forest Service. The agency said Friday that one of the two fires, the Calf Canyon Fire, had been burning since January with a pile of burn holdovers that had been dormant under the surface before re-emerging in April.

I 10 musei più strani del mondo tutti da scoprire

2022-05-27T22:35+0200nanopress (it)

Dalla Francia al Giappone, dalla Croazia al Regno Unito: ecco i 10 musei più strani del mondo. Museo Subacqueo in Messico – Nanopress.it. Se non siete tipi da museo perché ritenete che visitarne uno possa risultare noioso, allora date un’occhiata a questa raccolta di 10 musei tra i più strani del....

Here’s how to check yours

2022-05-26T10:42+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

The model shows the potential wildfire risk over the next 30 years ranging from minimal to extreme: Minimal: 0% Minor: 1% Moderate: 1-6% Major: 6-14% Severe: 14-26% Extreme: 26% + “Of those 100 million simulations, we get about 9 to 10 million that grows to a model that is worth tracking and describing.

Data, Vol. 7, Pages 71: A Socioeconomic Dataset of the Risk Associated with the 1% and 0.2% Return Period Stillwater Flood Elevation under Sea-Level Rise for the Northern Gulf of Mexico

2022-05-26T09:45+0200mdpi (en)

Storm surge flooding can cause significant damage to coastal communities. In addition, coastal communities face an increased risk of coastal hazards due to sea-level rise (SLR). This research developed a dataset to communicate the socioeconomic consequences of flooding within the 1% and 0.

New Orleans mayor says theres not enough time to order new mandatory evacuations ahead of Hurricane Ida – CNN

2022-05-26T07:40+0200todayheadline (en)

was moving into the Gulf of Mexico on Friday as a Category 1 hurricane but forecasters say it could hit the Gulf Coast as a on Sunday. In New Orleans, Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced Friday evening that the National Weather Service and Gov. John Bel Edwards have indicated there is no time for....

MCCI: damnificados de la inundación en Tula denunciaron negligencia, corrupción y apoyos insuficientes

2022-05-25T20:05+0200infobae (es)

Pese a que en un inicio el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador sostuvo que el desastre sucedió por causas naturales, meses después la Comisión Nacional del Agua (Conagua) presentó un informe que reveló que la inundación fue provocada por las constantes descargas de aguas pluviales provenientes del Valle de México.

NOAA hurricane forecast: Another busy year with up to 21 named storms possible

2022-05-24T17:59+0200usaToday (en)

The predicted active season is due to several climate factors, including the ongoing La Niña. NOAA said 14 to 21 named storms will develop. Forecasts include storms that spin up in the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico . Federal forecasters expect yet another busy Atlantic....

NOAA hurricane forecast 2022: Up to 21 named storms possible; as many as 10 hurricanes could form

2022-05-24T17:56+0200news-yahoo (en)

Federal forecasters expect yet another busy Atlantic hurricane season in 2022: As many as 10 hurricanes forming, meteorologists said Tuesday. The season begins June 1 and runs through Nov. 30. An average season typically spawns seven hurricanes and peaks in August and September.

NOAA hurricane forecast 2022: Up to 21 named storms possible; as many as 10 hurricanes could form

2022-05-24T17:50+0200azcentral (en)

The predicted active season is due to several climate factors, including the ongoing La Niña. NOAA said 14 to 21 named storms will develop. Forecasts include storms that spin up in the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico . Federal forecasters expect yet another busy Atlantic....

Aptim helps to protect 30,000 coastal residents with bayou chene floodgate

2022-05-22T20:54+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

BATON ROUGE, La., 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — APTIM, a global leader in waterways and flood control, has helped to complete an $80 million floodgate that will protect more than 30,000 residents from Atchafalaya River backwater flooding in six coastal Louisiana parishes. The Bayou Chene Floodgate is the largest of its kind in the world.

Rechazan plan de Conagua para el río Tula, harán movilizaciones para impedir revestimiento

2022-05-21T16:15+0200milenio (es)

La Gran Asamblea de Damnificados Tula no permitirá el revestimiento del río Tula, por lo que en el momento en el que empiecen los trabajos para este fin sus integrantes realizarán movilizaciones radicales para detener la obra que pretende convertir al caudal en un gran canal de aguas negras del Valle de México.

CAEM, "Izcalli" y Atizapán trabajan para prevenir incidentes en temporada de lluvias

2022-05-21T15:11+0200milenio (es)

La Comisión del Agua del Estado de México (CAEM), trabaja en conjunto con los municipios de Cuautitlán Izcalli y Atizapán de Zaragoza , con la finalidad de brindar infraestructura hidráulica y mantenimiento en toda la zonas de riesgo en temporada de lluvias.

US wildfires threaten nearly 80 million properties as climate risks grow

2022-05-19T13:17+0200weforum (en)

As wildfires devastate regions of the Western United States, parts of the Midwest and East Coast also face an increasing threat due to accelerating climate change risks, researchers say. Modelling finds wildfires pose at least a moderate risk to more than 30 million properties across the United States.

How to check your home’s flood, wildfire risk

2022-05-18T22:47+0200wearecentralpa (en)

) — For years, you’ve been able to check your home’s flood risk. But, in most cases, it was difficult to determine your home’s wildfire risk. A new report released by a nonprofit research and technology group is working to change that – and define America’s climate risk.

Here’s how to check wildfire risks in WV, OH & KY

2022-05-18T22:33+0200wowktv (en)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. ( KTXL ) — For years, you’ve been able to check your home’s flood risk. But, in most cases, it was difficult to determine your home’s wildfire risk. A new report released by a nonprofit research and technology group is working to change that — and define America’s climate risk.

Ver mas noticias en Huracán

2022-05-18T21:21+0200debate (es)

La Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México dice que un huracán es el más severo de los fenómenos meteorológicos. Es un sistemas de baja presión con actividad lluviosa y eléctrica cuyos vientos en el hemisferio norte rotan antihorariamente, es decir, en contra de las manecillas del reloj o en forma ciclónica.

Every home has a wildfire risk: How to check yours

2022-05-18T19:10+0200krqe (en)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. ( KTXL /KRQE) — For years, you’ve been able to check your home’s flood risk. But, in most cases, it was difficult to determine your home’s wildfire risk. A new report released by a nonprofit research and technology group is working to change that – and define America’s climate risk.

Every home has a wildfire risk: How to check yours

2022-05-18T18:15+0200wwlp (en)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. ( KTXL ) — For years, you’ve been able to check your home’s flood risk. But, in most cases, it was difficult to determine your home’s wildfire risk. A new report released by a nonprofit research and technology group is working to change that – and define America’s climate risk.

Every home has a wildfire risk: How to check yours

2022-05-18T18:00+0200cbs17 (en)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. ( KTXL ) — For years, you’ve been able to check your home’s flood risk. But, in most cases, it was difficult to determine your home’s wildfire risk. A new report released by a nonprofit research and technology group is working to change that – and define America’s climate risk.

Pinellas changes hurricane evacuation zones for 93,000 residents

2022-05-18T17:50+0200tampabay (en)

About 93,000 people in Pinellas County have a new hurricane evacuation zone. Roughly 34,000 properties have shifted to higher-risk zones, according to the county, while 13,600 are in lower-risk zones. The changes touch many areas. A county map shows hot spots for people moving to higher risk zones include Tarpon Springs, Oldsmar and Gulfport.

One in Five, 80M Homes Facing Wildfire Risk: Report

2022-05-18T05:10+0200digitpatrox (en)

The chance of wildfires is heating up throughout the nation as local weather change and different components gas extra frequent and powerful incidents. Almost 80 million residential and business properties are prone to being broken by a wildfire within the subsequent 30 years, in accordance with....

Inicia temporada de ciclones en México

2022-05-18T05:10+0200xevt (es)

Explicó que se pronostica una temporada más activa de lo habitual en el Océano Atlántico, hasta un 50% más del promedio, que corresponde a 14 sistemas, mientras que en el Océano Pacífico, se esperan rangos normales y hasta un 25% por arriba del promedio, que corresponde a 15 sistemas.

Inicia temporada de ciclones; cinco impactarían a México

2022-05-18T02:48+0200xevt (es)

El Servicio Meteorológico Nacional SMN ) de la Comisión Nacional del Agua informó que, a partir del pasado 15 de mayo, se declaró oficialmente el inicio de la temporada de lluvias y ciclones en México, con un pronóstico de 30 a 40 eventos, de los cuales, al menos cinco impactarán en el territorio nacional.

As wildfires fueled by warming climate grow in size, homeowners face greater risk

2022-05-17T22:25+0200azcentral (en)

, threatened their community after racing 10 miles in just a few hours on Dec. 4, 2017. “It was pretty frightening,” Burgess said. “We could see emergency vehicles. The winds were howling.” After grabbing just a few things, she and her husband could feel the heat as they loaded their three dogs into....

Here’s the first-ever map showing wildfire risk to American homes

2022-05-17T22:20+0200sltrib (en)

Of all the addresses nationwide that could be damaged by wildfire, more than 686,000 face at least a 1% chance this year — the same degree of risk that the government uses to determine which houses are sufficiently in danger of flooding that they need flood insurance.

US wildfire dangers seen spreading east as climate risks grow

2022-05-17T15:45+0200cyprus-mail (en)

“Wildfire risk is increasing so much faster than even flood risk is across the US,” said Ed Kearns, the group’s chief data officer. “And it’s likely to affect areas that aren’t thought of as wildfire-prone areas right now, but will be soon.” Well beyond hard-hit states such as California and New....

U.S. wildfire dangers seen spreading east as climate risks grow

2022-05-17T07:15+0200yubanet (en)

WASHINGTON, May 16, 2022 – (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – From New Jersey to Georgia, U.S. states thousands of miles from wildfire hotspots in the west face a growing risk from forest blazes as global warming makes “safe havens” increasingly rare, researchers warned on Monday.

US wildfire danger spreading East as climate risks grow

2022-05-17T04:44+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Wildfires pose at least a moderate risk to more than 30 million properties across the United States, according to modelling by First Street Foundation a non-profit that maps climate risks. "Wildfire risk is increasing so much faster than even flood risk is across the US," said Ed Kearns, the group's chief data officer.

These are places with highest wildfire risk in the US

2022-05-16T22:37+0200eastbaytimes (en)

By John Keefe | CNN. Forecasters say the West could be looking at a particularly bad wildfire year , as several destructive fires have already ignited well before the hottest, driest months. A fast-moving blaze Wednesday night destroyed 20 homes in a wealthy Orange County, California, community.

These are places with highest wildfire risk in the US

2022-05-16T22:30+0200mercurynews (en)

By John Keefe | CNN. Forecasters say the West could be looking at a particularly bad wildfire year , as several destructive fires have already ignited well before the hottest, driest months. A fast-moving blaze Wednesday night destroyed 20 homes in a wealthy Orange County, California, community.

Is your home in danger of wildfires? This new tool will help gauge the risk. News

2022-05-16T21:21+0200usaToday (en)

, threatened their community after racing 10 miles in just a few hours on Dec. 4, 2017. “It was pretty frightening,” Burgess said. “We could see emergency vehicles. The winds were howling.” After grabbing just a few things, she and her husband could feel the heat of the fire as they loaded their....

As wildfires fueled by climate warming grow in size, homeowners face greater risk

2022-05-16T21:21+0200azcentral (en)

, threatened their community after racing 10 miles in just a few hours on Dec. 4, 2017. “It was pretty frightening,” Burgess said. “We could see emergency vehicles. The winds were howling.” After grabbing just a few things, she and her husband could feel the heat of the fire as they loaded their....

Wildfires Today: Is My Home At Risk of Wildfires?What the new map shows

2022-05-16T18:11+0200worldakkam (en)

More than 70 million properties in the United States are at risk of wildfire today, according to the report. The data means that “half of all addresses in the 48 states of the continental United States face some degree of wildfire risk.” Climate change only makes things worse.

US wildfire danger spreading east as climate risks grow

2022-05-16T12:16+0200radionz (en)

Wildfires pose at least a moderate risk to more than 30 million properties across the United States, according to modelling by First Street Foundation a non-profit that maps climate risks. "Wildfire risk is increasing so much faster than even flood risk is across the US," said Ed Kearns, the group's chief data officer.

US wildfire danger spreading east as climate risks grow

2022-05-16T12:14+0200rnz-co-nz (en)

Wildfires pose at least a moderate risk to more than 30 million properties across the United States, according to modelling by First Street Foundation a non-profit that maps climate risks. "Wildfire risk is increasing so much faster than even flood risk is across the US," said Ed Kearns, the group's chief data officer.

Every home in America now has a wildfire threat score, and some areas see a 200% jump in risk

2022-05-16T11:13+0200businesstelegraph (en)

Raging New Mexico and California wildfires may offer an ominous outlook for a growing swath of America, and not just in the West. Wildfire risk is increasing, likely due to global warming, and its destruction is becoming ever more expensive. Of the wildfires that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric....

Every home in America now has a wildfire threat score, and some areas see a 200% jump in risk

2022-05-16T11:07+0200cnbc (en)

Raging New Mexico and California wildfires may offer an ominous outlook for a growing swath of America, and not just in the West. Wildfire risk is increasing, likely due to global warming, and its destruction is becoming ever more expensive. Of the wildfires that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric....

US wildfire dangers seen spreading east as climate risks grow

2022-05-16T11:01+0200lenexweb (en)

From New Jersey to Georgia, US states thousands of kilometres from wildfire hotspots in the west face a growing risk from forest blazes as global warming makes “safe havens” increasingly rare, researchers have warned. Wildfires pose at least a moderate risk to more than 30 million properties across....

US wildfire dangers seen spreading east as climate risks grow

2022-05-16T10:39+0200aljazeera-en (en)

From New Jersey to Georgia, US states thousands of kilometres from wildfire hotspots in the west face a growing risk from forest blazes as global warming makes “safe havens” increasingly rare, researchers have warned. Wildfires pose at least a moderate risk to more than 30 million properties across....

U.S. wildfire dangers seen spreading east as climate risks grow

2022-05-16T07:57+0200trust (en)

As wildfires devastate swathes of the Western United States, parts of the Midwest and East Coast also face an increasing threat due to accelerating climate change risks, researchers say Modeling finds millions of properties at risk; Regions far east of today's major wildfires not immune; Bigger blazes seen straining firefighting resources.

Every home in America now has a wildfire threat score, and some areas see a 200% jump in risk - CNBC

2022-05-16T07:10+0200google-top-stories (en)

Raging New Mexico and California wildfires may offer an ominous outlook for a growing swath of America, and not just in the West. Wildfire risk is increasing, likely due to global warming, and its destruction is becoming ever more expensive. Of the wildfires that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric....

Every home in America now has a wildfire threat score, and some areas see a 200% jump in risk - CNBC

2022-05-16T07:06+0200google-top-stories-innovatie (en)

Raging New Mexico and California wildfires may offer an ominous outlook for a growing swath of America, and not just in the West. Wildfire risk is increasing, likely due to global warming, and its destruction is becoming ever more expensive. Of the wildfires that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric....

First Street Foundation scores wildfire risk for every home…

2022-05-16T06:14+0200vervetimes (en)

Raging New Mexico and California wildfires may offer an ominous outlook for a growing swath of America, and not just in the West. Wildfire risk is increasing, likely due to global warming, and its destruction is becoming ever more expensive. Of the wildfires that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric....

Wildfires are a growing risk for homeowners in these states Millions of homes across the U.S. face a growing risk of wildfires as the climate warms — and not only in the West. 5M ago

2022-05-16T06:07+0200CBSnews (en)

Americans facing the toughest housing market in years aren't just facing high property prices and rising mortgage rates they're also grappling with the risk of natural disasters, such as floods, tornadoes and, increasingly, wildfires. Fires are getting more and more frequent due to climate change ,....

APTIM Helps to Protect 30,000 Coastal Residents with Bayou Chene Floodgate

2022-05-12T21:34+0200eagletribune (en)

BATON ROUGE, La., May 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- APTIM, a global leader in waterways and flood control, has helped to complete an $80 million floodgate that will protect more than 30,000 residents from Atchafalaya River backwater flooding in six coastal Louisiana parishes. The Bayou Chene Floodgate is the largest of its kind in the world.

APTIM Helps to Protect 30,000 Coastal Residents with Bayou Chene Floodgate

2022-05-12T21:14+0200globenewswire (en)

BATON ROUGE, La., May 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- APTIM, a global leader in waterways and flood control, has helped to complete an $80 million floodgate that will protect more than 30,000 residents from Atchafalaya River backwater flooding in six coastal Louisiana parishes. The Bayou Chene Floodgate is the largest of its kind in the world.

Despite 3 crop losses at harvest, couple holds out hope

2022-05-12T14:12+0200farmindustrynews (en)

Despite three years of lost cotton crops on the brink of harvest, Sam and Shannon Sparks have not lost hope. Their deep convictions fuel their faith and how they care for their 10,000-acre Cameron County, Texas, farm. The couple produce cotton, corn, grain sorghum, sesame, and sugar cane in the Lower Rio Grande Valley.

Water sampling can help improve water quality

2022-05-12T10:42+0200farmindustrynews (en)

Water quality is something Iowa farmers have been conscious of for many years. Several water improvement programs were developed after the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy was put in place in 2008. The Iowa Soybean Association has been testing water in its water quality testing lab since 2010.

Sally strengthens to 100mph category two HURRICANE as it threatens 17m on Gulf coast with 16in of rain and 11ft surges

2022-05-11T07:44+0200todayheadline (en)

Waters from the Gulf of Mexico poor onto a local road, Monday, Sept. 14, 2020 Credit: AP:Associated Press. Andrew Gilich, mayor of Biloxi, Mississippi, told CBS News his main concern is the storm surge: “We’re hearing, of course, it’s changing almost every hour, 7 to 11 feet of storm surge. That’s what kills people.

New tool shows homeowners and renters the true cost of disasters

2022-05-09T20:05+0200phys (en)

That's why the University of Central Florida and a team of researchers from across the country have just released a new online tool that can help people determine how ready their home, or future home, is for the next big storm. The tool, called HazardAware, is now live, just ahead of the Atlantic hurricane season.

Gobernadoras dan respaldo a 4T y Julio Menchaca

2022-05-09T15:31+0200milenio (es)

La visita y acompañamiento a los aspirantes a la gubernatura de las seis entidades que tienen elección en este 2022, aclaró la jefa de Gobierno de la Ciudad de México (CdMx), , no pretende posicionar su imagen para buscar la candidatura de Morena a la presidencia en 2024.

8 Mayo 2022, 17:42 Pide Viggiano a Sheinbaum atender CDMX en lugar de andar en campaña

2022-05-09T01:52+0200jalisco (es)

PACHUCA, Hgo., 8 de mayo de 2022.- “Claudia Sheinbaum debería estar más concentrada en resolver el problema de la línea 12 del metro, de detener los feminicidios en la Ciudad de México y resarcir los daños por la inundación en Tula”, arremetió la candidata a gobernadora de Va por Hidalgo, Carolina Viggiano Austria.

Sheinbaum dice que no tiene responsabilidad en inundación de Tula

2022-05-09T00:04+0200lasillarota (es)

En su visita a Hidalgo, la jefa de Gobierno de la Ciudad de México, Claudia Sheimbaun declaró que el tema de Tula se debe abordar con el nuevo gobierno estatal. PACHUCA .- La jefa de Gobierno , Claudia Sheinbaum, consideró que la persona electa en la gubernatura de Hidalgo debe trabajar en conjunto....

8 Mayo 2022, 15:11 Niega Sheinbaum responsabilidad en inundación de Tula

2022-05-08T23:22+0200jalisco (es)

PACHUCA, Hgo., 8 de mayo del 2022.- La Jefa de Gobierno de la Ciudad de México Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo desestimó los señalamientos en su contra por parte de la candidata de la coalición Va Por Hidalgo al gobierno de Hidalgo, Carolina Viggiano Austria quien la responsabilizó de la inundación en el....

8 Mayo 2022, 13:09 “Sheinbaum, inundaste Tula”, así reciben en Hidalgo a mandataria de CDMX

2022-05-08T20:52+0200jalisco (es)

PACHUCA, Hgo., 8 de mayo del 2022.- En algunos puentes peatonales ubicados sobre la carretera México-Pachuca en la capital hidalguense fueron colocadas la mañana de este domingo mantas de protesta para responsabilizar a la jefa de gobierno de la Ciudad de México, Claudia Sheinbaum de la inundación....

NewsBreak NWS

2022-05-08T19:59+0200newsbreak-USA (en)

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Strong storms passed through Pulaski County Friday afternoon. The National Weather Service later confirmed that an EF1 tornado touched down on Hardwick Rd. in Bronston, moving across the Cumberland River towards the Lake Cumberland Speedway and tracked northeast into the....

Luján Touts New Mexico Victories In Critical Water Bill

2022-05-08T02:54+0200ladailypost (en)

U.S. SENATE News: WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.) touted water infrastructure victories that he secured for New Mexico as the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works considered the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) – legislation that authorizes Army Corps of Engineers water projects nationwide.

VIDEOS: Tormenta con granizo inunda estaciones del Metro; caos en CDMX y Edomex CARLOS MEDELLÍN Y REDACCIÓN

2022-05-07T05:50+0200lasillarota (es)

La tarde de este viernes se registra tormenta acompañada de granizo en la Zona Metropolitana del Valle de México, lo que ha provocado diversos encharcamientos en la zona, así como caída de árboles. Por lo anterior se activó la alerta amarilla en ocho alcaldías de la Ciudad de México.

VIDEO: Tormenta con granizo en Valle de México provoca inundación en Metro Toreo

2022-05-07T03:35+0200lasillarota (es)

La tarde de este viernes se registra tormenta acompañada de granizo en la Zona Metropolitana del Valle de México, lo que ha provocado diversos encharcamientos en la zona, así como caída de árboles. Por lo anterior se activó la alerta amarilla en ocho alcaldías de la Ciudad de México.

FEMA Deputy Administrator Erik Hooks Visits New Mexico Emergency Management and Tribal Leaders

2022-05-06T16:22+0200hstoday (en)

FEMA Deputy Administrator Erik Hooks traveled to New Mexico to connect with state and tribal leaders and discuss agency partnerships on preparedness, mitigation and response efforts as the region experiences continued increases in major wildfires. Hooks met with tribes and the state’s emergency....

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