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Gales of November

11/16/2023 - By On November 10, 1975 the Great Lakes bulk cargo vessel SS Edmund Fitzgerald carrying a cargo of taconite pellets (iron-bearing flint-like rock used in steelmaking) sank with the loss of all 29 crewmembers in eastern Lake Superior about 17 miles from the entrance to Whitefish Bay, Michigan during a severe… SEE MORE
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Assessing the Global Climate in September 2023

10/13/2023 - By Earth had its warmest September; sixth consecutive month of record-high global ocean surface temperature September Highlights: Last month, the January–September 2023 period surpassed January–September 2016 as the warmest such year-to-date period on record. Record-warm temperatures covered 20% of the world's surface this September, which was the highest percentage… SEE MORE
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What is a Nor’easter?

3/30/2023 - By A Nor’easter is a storm along the East Coast of North America, so called because the winds over the coastal area are typically from the northeast. These storms may occur at any time of year but are most frequent and most violent between September and April. Some well… SEE MORE
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Saving Beaches is Costly: But Doing Nothing is Not an Option

8/19/2022 - By Flagler Live. The Flagler County Commission will soon take over all 18 miles of beaches to manage them, and save them. An ordinance is in the works to essentially surrender Flagler Beach’s portion to the county. But saving them will be exorbitantly expensive: think $5 million to $13 million… SEE MORE