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Seasonally warm temps will start workweek

ORLANDO, Fla. – Expect a few dry days until Wednesday rolls around. That’s when rain chances bump up through the end of the week between 30% and 40%. There basically will be a few showers in the afternoon, but nothing too widespread at this time. Keep in mind that if you …

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Seasonally warm temps Sunday and into next week

ORLANDO, Fla. – A large ridge of high pressure will remain just off of the eastern U.S. coast, maintaining our easterly flow. Chances for rain look very low with plenty of dry air. A slight increase in low-level moisture could generate some shower activity over the Atlantic waters late Sunday and into Monday morning. [WEATHER: Extended …

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Local gallery owner swept up by hurricane relief efforts

A natural disaster in Puerto Rico inspired a Los Gatos business owner to travel there to offer aid not once but twice. And now she’s planning a public event to tell the community about it. “Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria hit on Aug. 20, 2017 was devastating,” says Olga Enciso …

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Photo Essay: Birth of the Shack

(Editor’s Note: David Gessner’s “Hurricane Diary” is featured in the Autumn 2019 issue. The author shared the following extra dispatch.)  When I wrote my Hurricane Diary a year ago I had no idea we would have an anniversary storm here in Wilmington, North Carolina. Today I am standing out on …

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Local Girl Scouts raise money to help Bahamians affected by hurricane – The Homewood

  Troy O’Quin takes a selfie including members of   Girl Scout Troop 65113, their parents, Homewood   Mayor Richard Hofeld, left, and Michael Fountain,   honorary Bahamian consul, who accepted a donation   from the girls to help hurricane relief. (Eric Crump/  H-F Chronicle)  When Morgan Wren Lawrence, 10, visited the Bahamas this …

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How Hurricane Season Can Sink Your Vacation Plans

Provided by NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, a division of NBCUniversal Media, LLC Mark Angelo has been cruising for years. He says it is his favorite vacation. “You go to one location, you don’t have to unpack, you don’t have to find restaurants, everything is all right there and it is …

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How Hurricane Season Can Sink Your Vacation Plans

Mark Angelo has been cruising for years. He says it is his favorite vacation. “You go to one location, you don’t have to unpack, you don’t have to find restaurants, everything is all right there and it is usually a great value for what you pay,” Angelo said. But Hurricane …

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Residents of North Carolina’s Outer Banks Take Stock of Dorian’s Damage

Skies cleared and floodwaters receded Saturday from North Carolina’s Outer Banks, leaving behind a muddy trail of destruction wrought by Hurricane Dorian, which turned north and began lashing parts of eastern Canada. Dorian’s worst damage in the U.S. appeared to be on Ocracoke Island, which even in good weather is …

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The Palm Beaches Back in Business After Hurricane Dorian

WEST PALM BEACH, FLA., Sept. 06, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — With transportation services, hotels, meetings facilities and attractions back in business following Hurricane Dorian, The Palm Beaches are ready to welcome meetings and conventions to the destination. Moreover, as the closest U.S. mainland county to Grand Bahamas and the Abaco …

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