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Some of the most damaging storms to hit North America bear these names.
Five days after those lightning storms set California on fire, the flames reached his home in the Santa Cruz Mountains and burned it to ashes.
Hurricane season stretches into November, which means we have at least another month and of storms.
Although both of these storms should turn north well short of the continental United States, there is some concern about Paulette reaching Bermuda as a Category 1 hurricane by early next week.
Meanwhile, most teachers, students, and parents are essentially waiting for the storm to pass.
The Postal Service’s sorting hub in Hartford had lost power for a time after the storm.
When it’s done, engineers will have an elaborate model of the city that they can inundate with virtual rising seas and 100-year storms.
An article titled “NYC is Dead Forever… Here’s Why” written by a New Yorker fleeing to Florida set off an internet storm this month.
The day after you left for college, it burned to the ground in a wildfire caused by lightning in the most beautiful storm I have ever seen.
WE LOST OUR HOME TO A WILDFIREWALLACE J. NICHOLSAUGUST 25, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Now, people in our region are dealing with recovering from a tropical storm.

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