NASA Tracks Tropical Storm Pali

NASA Tracks Tropical Storm Pali

On Jan. 8, 2015, NASA was tracking tropical storm Pali as it headed 1,375 miles southwest of Hawaii. The Honolulu Star-Advisor predicted the storm would intensify overnight, causing a small swell to hit the south shores of Hawaii. The Honolulu Star-Advisor reports that tropical storm Pali formed due to the natural warming of the Central Pacific Ocean. This […]

FEMA Warns Californians to Buy Flood Insurance Before El Niño Hits [Video]

FEMA Warns Californians to Buy Flood Insurance Before El Niño Hits [Video]

On Oct. 23, 2015, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) warned Californians to buy flood insurance before El Niño hits, and it is now too late to purchase coverage. According to the Los Angeles Daily News, the warning applies to all residents, even if they do not live in a flood-prone area. There are several reasons for […]

El Nino Brings the Anticipation of Solace

El Nino Brings the Anticipation of Solace

Drought disrupts lives by reducing the water levels that humans and animals depend on for survival. Reports indicate the El Nino is potentially the strongest in 50 years. For many Americans, the El Nino brings the anticipation of solace. Perhaps, there will be enough rain. The western third of the U.S. is experiencing some level […]

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