Utilizing The Saffir-Simpson Wind Scale, Let's Assess The Damage Done By Hurricane Nia The National Climactic Data Center reported that extreme weather caused $110 billion worth of damage to the United States last year, but they've yet to assess the cost associated with the Northwest's recent Hurricane Nia. We should all brace ourselves for the worst. Nia swept through Portland during this season of "Real World," leaving much of [...]
June 13, 2013 - MTV
Can Bruins possibly top what they have done so far? As the Bruins roar into the Stanley Cup Finals, looking more and more like a runaway freight train on razor-sharp blades, many should be pardoned for wondering if what’s left to be done is somehow anti-climactic. In the end, a certain historical necessity insists the Cup will be the ultimate measure of this team. But no matter how this rich and moving saga does end, nothing can diminish all the ...
June 13, 2013 - Dorchester Reporter
Climate: May 2013 U.S. temps slightly above average Wildfirs near record low for year to-date By Summit Voice FRISCO — The average May temperature across the Lower 48 was exactly 61 degrees, running 0.9 degrees above the 20th century average, according to the monthly report from the National Climatic Data Center. For the spring season (March through May), the contiguous 48 states recorded […]
June 14, 2013 - Summit County Citizens Voice
Wild Weather In 2012 Makes For Second Costliest Year In History Michael Harper for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online The National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) has crunched the numbers and has a final figure. According to the data, a year of wild weather made 2012 the second costliest year since 1980, incurring overall damages in the billions. A total of 11 weather and climate disasters hit the US hard last year, resulting in 377 deaths and $110 billion in ...
June 13, 2013 - redOrbit