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Poor nations demand climate money

Posted: 04/01/2008 - Poor countries at a U.N. conference are demanding billions of dollars before they sign on to a global warming pact.

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Heavy Snow Blankets Upper Midwest

Posted: 03/31/2008 - Another severe winter storm hit the Upper Midwest on Monday bringing strong winds and heavy snow.

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Tornado Hits Northwest Oklahoma

Posted: 03/31/2008 - The National Weather Service confirmed Monday that an early-morning storm in northwest Oklahoma City and Edmond produced an F1 tornado.

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Showers To Linger Across Area

Posted: 03/31/2008 - A warm and moist southerly wind will continue to cause scattered showers across Eastern North Carolina through Tuesday.

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Possible Tornado in Louisiana

Posted: 03/30/2008 - Authorities say a possible tornado has hit a trailer park in northwest Louisiana and that several people have been injured.

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Roller Coaster Weekend

Posted: 03/30/2008 - We have had a roller coaster ride of temperatures this weekend.

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On This Date in Weather History

Updated: 03/30/2008 - In 1899, a snowstorm which buried the abandoned mining town of Ruby, CO under 141 inches of snow ended.

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Much Cooler Saturday

Posted: 03/29/2008 - We had a warm and sunny day Friday but all that was knocked away but a much cloudier and cooler Saturday.

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On This Date in Weather History

Posted: 03/29/2008 - In 1879, a hot day was in store for Los Angeles, California. The temperatures soared to 99 degrees.

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World Cities Going Dark

Posted: 03/29/2008 - Saturday night in Sydney Australia was noticeably darker as homes and businesses and even the famed Opera House and Harbour Bridge turned off their lights for one hour.

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On This Date in Weather History

Posted: 03/27/2008 - In 1890, a tornado killed 78 people in Louisville, Kentucky. Part of the problem was that the tornado struck Falls City Hall, and made it one of the highest death tolls on record.

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Waters Still Rising in Arkansas

Posted: 03/27/2008 - Authorities are warning small communities and cabin dwellers along the White River National Wildlife Refuge in Arkansas that they will soon be affected by rising waters that have flooded more than half the state.

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Statewide Burn Ban Now Back On

Updated: 12/09/2009 - Lenoir County has extended the ban to include all property, even if it's less than 100 feet from your home.

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FEMA Visits Areas Damaged by Floods

Posted: 03/26/2008 - The director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be in southeast Missouri on Thursday to tour areas damaged by this month's flooding.

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Water Still Rising in Arkansas

Posted: 03/26/2008 - Water continues to rise in eastern Arkansas, where federal officials are putting together their first damage assessments in the week-long floods.

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