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Cause of Lebanon explosion revealed
He always knows just what to say
Things are getting intense in NYC
A huge explosion has rocked Beirut, with the cause unclear
*Explosion At Beirut Port - Social Media
*Beirut Explosion Causes Widespread Damage in Nearby Neighbourhoods
*Not Immediately Clear What Caused The Explosion
*Lebanese Government Officials Couldn’t Be Immediately Reached
Get ready, New York
Me Me Me
Tropical Storm Isaias made landfall in North Carolina last night, and it’s set to tear through the East Coast today
Tropical Storm Isaias spawned tornadoes and dumped rain over Virginia and Maryland early Tuesday after making landfall as a hurricane near Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina.
The hurricane’s eye crossed over the coast just after 11 p.m. on Monday with maximum sustained winds of 85 mph (136 km/h), and its top winds dropped to 70 miles per hour (117 km/h) by early Tuesday.
Forecasters had warned tornadoes were possible, and two were later confirmed, near Kilmarnock, Virginia, and Vienna, Maryland. Heavy rains were predicted, with falling trees causing power outages as Isaias moves north along the mid-Atlantic and New England coastline.
“We don’t think there is going to be a whole lot of weakening, we still think there’s going to be very strong and gusty winds that will affect much of the mid-atlantic and the Northeast over the next day or two,” Robbie Berg, a hurricane specialist with the National Hurricane Center, told The Associated Press.
Some glimmers of decent news here