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More wind and rain coming to beleaguered Bahamas

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 9/13/19, 10:33 am

A developing tropical storm could add to the misery of people recovering from Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. The National Hurricane Center expects a tropical depression or storm to form, bringing heavy wind and rain to the islands by late Friday. Forecasters also issued a storm watch for parts of Florida’s eastern coast.

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Rough weather

News analysis | Two weeks of meteorological and political storms, with more brewing 
by Michael Reneau
Posted 9/12/19, 03:02 pm

It could have been much worse in the United States. On Sunday, Sept. 8, many church prayers included thanksgiving for deliverance from Hurricane Dorian, which could have been another Katrina or Maria. Dorian did spin into the Carolinas, flooding towns and shooting off tornadoes, and at least four people died while preparing for the hurricane.

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Dorian lashes Canada on its way out to sea

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 9/09/19, 10:09 am

Hurricane Dorian knocked out power for hundreds of thousands of people in Nova Scotia, Canada, on Sunday. The storm hit near the city of Halifax, ripping roofs off apartment buildings, knocking over a construction crane, and uprooting trees before heading into northwestern Newfoundland and southeastern Labrador during the afternoon. The Canadian government is sending troops to the Maritimes to restore electricity, clear roadways, and evacuate residents of flooded areas. Officials report no storm-related deaths in Canada.

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