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Tornado ravages Ontario area, kills 11-year-old

Posted: 08/22/2009 - TORONTO - An 11-year-old boy died when a tornado tore through a day camp, officials said Friday as residents across Ontario surveyed the damage a day after the violent storm wreaked destruction.

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Hurricane Bill downgraded to Category 1

Updated: 08/22/2009 - Forecasters downgraded Bill to a Category 1 hurricane as it neared the eastern U.S. seaboard, but tropical storm watches and warnings remained in effect for the Massachusetts coast and parts of Canada.

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Fire Weather

Posted: 08/21/2009 - Fire Weather

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Hurricane Bill weakens to Category 2 storm

Posted: 08/21/2009 - Hurricane Bill has weakened to a Category 2 storm over the Atlantic as it nears Bermuda on track to pass between the island and the U.S. East Coast.

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Twister causes injuries, tosses cars

Posted: 08/19/2009 - HOUSTON - A tornado swept through a southeast Texas shopping district without warning Tuesday, collapsing a department store roof, overturning vehicles and leaving several people in stores and parking lots with minor injuries, authorities said.

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Fire Weather

Posted: 08/17/2009 - Fire Weather

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Study: Better Observations, Analyses Detecting Short-Lived Tropical Systems

Posted: 08/17/2009 - A NOAA-led team of scientists has found that the apparent increase in the number of tropical storms and hurricanes since the late 19th and early 20th centuries is likely attributable to improvements in observational tools and analysis techniques that better detect short-lived storms.

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Hurricane Bill picks up at sea; Claudette weakens

Posted: 08/17/2009 - Hurricane Bill picked up strength in the open Atlantic as it churned on a path toward Bermuda, while what was left of Claudette brought rain to the southern U.S.

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Hurricane Bill forms; Guillermo weakens

Posted: 08/17/2009 - MIAMI (AP) - Hurricane Bill has formed in the Atlantic, the first hurricane of this year's Atlantic hurricane season. Meanwhile, Hurricane Guillermo has weakened to a tropical storm far out in the Pacific.

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Prominent scientists push to revise physics society climate statement

Posted: 08/17/2009 - Eighty prominent scientists, researchers and environmental business leaders - many of them physicists - have called on the American Physical Society (APS), the nation’s leading physics organization, to revise its policy statement on climate change. The century-old APS is the premier scholarly group in the U.S. dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of the knowledge of physics.

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