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2022 Hurricane Season Forecast Updated

8/21/2022 - By Alex Sosnowski. AccuWeather meteorologists continue to warn about a surge of tropical activity and direct threats to the southeastern United States as the heart of the hurricane season looms, despite a long gap in tropical development over the Atlantic this summer. Atlantic tropical activity this year has been slower… SEE MORE
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Extreme Heat Uncovers Lost Villages, Ancient Ruins and Shipwrecks

8/17/2022 - By Kevin Simauchi. In an eerie twist, volatile weather and heat-induced drought are unearthing glimpses of lost archaeological treasures and forgotten history. Extreme heat this year has triggered wildfires, drought and melting glaciers. Less expectedly, it’s also revealed some weird and dark things about our past—shipwrecks, corpses, ghost villages, ornamental… SEE MORE
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August is National Catfish Month

8/1/2022 - By Nationaldaycalendar. NATIONAL CATFISH MONTH National Catfish Month is an annual designation observed in August. Around the country, catfish finds its way onto menus and dinner tables providing tasty, tasty healthy meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner! Farm-raised catfish not only provide improved opportunities for employment, but the tender white meat… SEE MORE
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Thor’s Well: The Mysterious Hole in the Pacific

7/13/2022 - By Christine Childress. Once considered one of Oregon’s great mysteries, Thor’s Well is a bowl-shaped hole carved into the basalt shoreline of Cape Perpetua. Also known as the Drainpipe of the Pacific, the seemingly bottomless well perpetually fills and drains throughout the day. During high tide, water shoots out the… SEE MORE
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Everything You Need To Know About Red Tide

7/8/2022 - By NOAA Harmful algal blooms, or HABs, occur when colonies of algae—simple plants that live in the sea and freshwater—grow out of control while producing toxic or harmful effects on people, fish, shellfish, marine mammals, and birds. The human illnesses caused by HABs, though rare, can be debilitating or even… SEE MORE