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Blame the weatherman?
Almost five years to the date Hurricane Katrina made landfall in the Gulf Coast, Americans are much, much more wary of the huge storms and the damage they can do. So much so that ideas for disaster preparedness are all over the web sphere.
Sand enthusiasts and water intermediaries are agitated over the potential for Hurricane Earl to dampen their Labor Day weekend. But those who own a board have different sentiments.
Attention average Americans relegated to doppler radar on your local weather forecast: U.S. Army Colonel Douglas H. Wheelock provides a new lens to the storm.
If you’ve seen Piranhas 3D and are still up for the beach for the long weekend, you might be out of luck.
It’s been awhile since the entire seaboard has been preoccupied with preparing for one weather system to make landfall.
The Category 2 hurricane is picking up speed over the Atlantic Ocean, causing warnings in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and surrounding areas.