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    Evacuations Begin As Hurricane Florence Bears Down on CarolinasMore than a million people were ordered to leave ahead of the storm, which is forecast to arrive on Friday morning.
  2. As Hurricane Lane Approaches Hawaii, the Flooding BeginsHawaii hasn’t seen a storm like this in decades.
  3. A Global Heat Wave Has Set the Arctic Circle on FireTemperature records are being broken all around the world this month and not even the Arctic is immune.
  4. Fourth Nor’easter of March, and First of the Spring, Hits East CoastNew York City could see as much as 18 inches of snow in the next 24 hours.
  5. Nor’easter Slams East Coast With Floods, Snow, and ‘Windmageddon’Boston could see record-breaking water levels at high tide Friday night.
  6. Deadly Mudslides Are the Latest Natural Disaster to Hit CaliforniaCharred and barren after devastating wildfires, hillsides gave way after heavy rains.
  7. Dangerous ‘Bomb Cyclone’ Could Create Icy Havoc Up and Down the East CoastBrace yourself.
  8. Forecasters Say the East Coast Is Going to Have Another Warm WinterGood news if you prefer windbreakers in January — not so much if you’re concerned about the fate of the planet.
  9. Trump Picks Controversial Weather Company CEO to Lead NOAAGood-bye, nice to NOAA.
  10. Tropical Storm Nate Is Expected to Form, Could Threaten Gulf Coast This WeekendA Category 1 storm could make landfall anywhere between Louisiana and western Florida.
  11. Hurricane Maria Intensifies to Category 4The storm could strengthen even more, and it is aimed straight toward Puerto Rico.
  12. What Can We Expect From Hurricane Irma? A Q&A With a WeathermanThe incredibly powerful storm could pummel Florida and the Carolinas, but its path is still uncertain.
  13. Harvey Upgraded to Category 4 Storm With ‘Catastrophic’ Rainfall Up to 40 InchesThe storm could hit Texas with winds of 125 miles per hour and cause potentially “devastating floods.”
  14. Extreme Heat Wave Is Cooking the Pacific NorthwestCanadian wildfires are also causing extreme haze in the region.
  15. Tropical Storm Don Forms in the Atlantic, Expected to Be Low EnergyWatch out Jeb!
  16. Aboveground Subway Service Will Resume As City Recovers From Blizzard Fake OutThe threat of a record-setting snowstorm became a slushy mess of about seven inches in Manhattan.
  17. This Blizzard Might Break New York’s One-Day Snowfall Record for March“Whatever you think the definition of a blizzard is in your head, that’s what this is going to be.”
  18. Snow Is Coming to Ruin This Springlike WeatherTemperatures in the 50s and 60s Thursday, three to five inches of snow Friday.
  19. The Early Spring This Year Is Brought to You by Climate ChangeNew York sees May-like temperatures on the first day of March. Government scientists see a bigger pattern.
  20. A Bunch of Cities Are Sweating Through the Hottest February Day on RecordIt’s been a hot month, with nearly 4,500 record highs set, compared to 29 record lows.
  21. Now That the Snowstorm’s Mostly Done, What’s the Damage?Largest snowfall of the year so far.
  22. Scenes of a Thundersnow Day in New York CitySchools are closed, the subways are empty, and the cross-country skiers are out as the city preps for up to a foot of snow.
  23. Spring Today, Up to a Foot of Snow TomorrowA weather forecast of extremes, with 60-degree temperatures followed by perhaps the biggest snowfall of the season.
  24. Staten Island Chuck Doesn’t See His Shadow, Claims Early SpringThe critter also dodged an encounter with Mayor de Blasio this year.
  25. New York Will Get a Little Snow TodayUp to two inches in and around the city.
  26. New York City Is Bracing for a Powerful Nor’easterWind gusts up to 60 miles per hour and up to four inches of rain in some spots.
  27. New York City Broke a More Than 120-Year-Old Temperature RecordThe springtime temperatures won’t last, though. Snow is back on tap for the weekend.
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    New York City Is About to Get Its First Snowstorm of the WinterUp to two inches in the city — certainly enough to mess up your Friday morning commute.
  29. North Pole Expected to Hit Melting Point This Week, 50 Degrees Above NormalThe Arctic has been abnormally warm this fall, and it’s not slowing down.
  30. Reminder: Freezing Today, Worse Tomorrow, and Maybe Some Snow Along the WayWind chills near zero are likely.
  31. Here Comes the Arctic ColdA meteorologist on this week’s “polar vortex,” and why this December feels a bit chillier than you remember.
  32. Snow Slams Northern United States. The Coldest Weather of the Season Is Next.America is at least united in dealing with awful winter weather.
  33. A Freezing Cold Blast Will Give New York Its First Real Taste of WinterMay even get the area’s first “wintry mix.”
  34. Wind Chill Will Make the Start of the Week Miserably ColdBelow freezing wind chill for your Tuesday morning commute.
  35. New Yorkers Will Wake Up to Near-Freezing Temperatures This WeekAdd in the windchill and the real-feel temperature might be in the … 20s.
  36. La Niña Is Coming This WinterWhat does that mean for the East Coast?
  37. This Week’s Record-breaking October Heat, by the NumbersBut fall will seriously return to New York this weekend.
  38. New York City Is Probably Going to Break a Few Temperature Records This WeekUnseasonably warm weather is on tap for the first part of the workweek.
  39. Hurricane Matthew Threatens Florida With ‘Dangerous’ FloodsThe Category 2 storm is about to slam Georgia and South Carolina.
  40. Hurricane Matthew Weakens, But Remains ‘Extremely Dangerous’It’s expected to cause serious damage from Florida to South Carolina.
  41. Hurricane Matthew Carries Potential for ‘Massive Destruction’ in FloridaThe potential category 4 storm has sparked mass evacuations in the southeast. It looks like the northeastern U.S. is safe, however.
  42. Hurricane Matthew Slams Haiti, and a Brush With the U.S. Is Looking More LikelyParts of Florida are already under a tropical-storm watch.
  43. Hurricane Matthew to Hit Haiti With ‘Life-Threatening’ Rain, Wind, and SurgeThe storm will lash islands in the Caribbean, but after that its course is uncertain.
  44. There’s a Chance Hurricane Matthew Could Be Headed for the East Coast Next WeekThe Category 1 storm is currently in the Caribbean Sea.
  45. New York Broke Some Temperature Records TodayFall technically starts tomorrow. But it’s hot out.
  46. This Is 2016’s Biggest Storm (So Far)Super Typhoon Meranti is logging winds at 185 miles per hour.
  47. Summer Is Not OverA little July heatwave flavor in September, for old time’s sake.
  48. How Is Tropical Storm Hermine Going to Affect NYC?This storm might do a lot worse than just ruin your Labor Day weekend.
  49. Tropical Storm Hermine Is Gaining Strength As It Heads Toward FloridaForecasters expect the storm to intensify to a category 1 hurricane.
  50. A Stretch of Really, Really Nice Weather Is Sticking Around This WeekA much-needed break from the excessive heat and humidity.
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