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NOAA assailed for defending Trump's Hurricane Dorian claim, politicizing weather
WASHINGTON (AP) - Former top officials of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are assailing the agency for undermining its weather forecasters as it defends President Donald Trump's statement from days ago that Hurricane Dorian threatened Alabama.
They say NOAA's action risks the credibility of the nation's weather and science agency and may even risk lives.
Dismay came those who served under Republican and Democratic presidents alike as leaders in meteorology and disaster response sized up a sustained effort by Trump and his aides to justify his warning that Alabama, among other states, was "most likely" to be hit hard by Dorian, contrary to forecasts showing Alabama was clear.Read the full article
Hurricane Dorian: Get a live look from Puerto Rico's coastline as dangerous storm bears down
As Dorian became a Category 1 hurricane on Wednesday, live camera feeds in Puerto Rico were set up to capture the storm’s impacts.
Surfline, a marine forecasting company, has positioned live-stream cameras in various locations across the island, including Maria’s Beach Front in Rincon, Puntas, Jobos and La Ocho.
Dorian approached the U.S. Virgin Islands just as it reached hurricane force. The British Virgin Islands and the Puerto Rican islands of Vieques and Culebra were also in Dorian's path.Read the full article
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July was hottest month ever recorded
BERLIN (AP) — Meteorologists say July was the hottest month measured on Earth since records began in 1880.
The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday that July was 0.95 degrees Celsius (1.71 degrees Fahrenheit) warmer than the 20th century average for the month.
The results had been expected after several European countries reported new all-time temperature records in July.Read the full article