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Sarasota & Manatee county beaches didn’t experience significant erosion during Hurricane Ian, which made landfall as a Category 4 storm Sept. 28, 2022
- Fox Weather
The barrier island was decimated after powerful winds and storm surges from Ian swept through last week.
- Naples Daily News
Across coastal areas east and south of Naples, street curbs are piled with soggy carpets, furniture, ruined refrigerators and once cherished items.
- The Hill
The next named storm of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is Julia.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Luis Rendon/Photos by Peter LilienthalJust hours after the eye of Hurricane Ian passed over Pine Island off Florida’s southwest coast on Wednesday, Peter Lilienthal was already on the move.Having stayed through the storm—the most brutal of the 15 previous hurricanes he’s weathered—he knew this barrier island of 9,000 would soon be powerless and cut off from the mainland. So he embarked on a mission to find food before it spoiled, and serve it to his hardest-hit neighbors.“W
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The reticulated python is the longest snake in the world, with the longest ever recorded measuring about 32.8 feet long.
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The 80-footer will also feature Sunreef’s patented “solar skin”— which will see the world’s lightest solar cells fully integrated into the bodywork.
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A California man who lost his home in a wildfire last month has sued a wood products company at the center of the blaze, accusing it of failing to address the risk of a fire starting on its property. It eventually burned more than six square miles (15.5 square kilometers), destroyed 118 buildings and killed two people. California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is still investigating the cause of the fire.
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Entering the final 20% of hurricane season, getting through each week improves the odds Florida can escape more punishment, but the season isn't over.
- LA Times
Recent water samples show beaches in Santa Monica, Marina del Rey and Manhattan Beach retested for high levels of unsafe bacteria.
- CBS News
The owner of Fort Myers' Green Cup Cafe describes how Hurricane Ian forced him to battle carbon monoxide and raging floodwaters as it tore through his beloved small business.
- The News-Press
Hurricane Ian surged across Florida, a monstrous, slow-moving storm that left coastal cities decimated and countless homes flooded and without power,
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There are several different species of woolly bear caterpillars, varying in colors, but all of them become variations of the tiger moth.
- Idaho Statesman
The peak season for death cap mushrooms is from late summer through December. They first appeared in Boise last fall and are increasing in number.
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The first thing Johnny Lauder heard when he arrived at his 86-year-old mother's house after Hurricane Ian was her screams. Karen, who has one leg, is wheelchair-bound and has open wounds, was stuck in chest-high floodwaters. She was rescued with the help of her son, and said it brought "terror and relief at the same time."
Having dodged most of the fuel-driven surge in inflation plaguing its neighbours, Switzerland is moving ahead with plans to boost its energy security and lock in tame power prices - but only reluctantly. Switzerland's focus on hydropower, which Energy Minister Simonetta Sommaruga calls "the backbone" of its electricity production, has helped shelter the country compared with others from soaring oil and gas costs, but it is far from immune. Sommaruga believes the Swiss have been woken up to a need to wean themselves off fossil fuels by the European power crisis since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and by the risk of energy rationing in a worst-case scenario this winter.
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The St. Johns River continues to reach record levels in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian and the National Weather Service forecasts major flooding to continue well into next week.
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Here’s the latest on the Tropical Depression
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Some Californians want to pump desalinated ocean water to the lake to halt its decline. The state says no.