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Tracking Hurricane Issac on Twitter
Sample Tweet: “Utility companies call in extra crews, warn of possible outages, offer tips for dealing with #Isaac + outage maps: http://ow.ly/di6Ci”
Sample Tweet: “NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory - Isaac's Heavy Rains to Soak the Gulf Coast http://www.nnvl.noaa.gov/MediaDetail2.php?MediaID=1161&MediaTypeID=1#.UDzsPqVu114.twitter … ”
WHSV First Alert Storm Team on Twitter
Sample Tweet: “Good rain tonight , will try to grab some more tomorrow. hope you gardeners are happy!”
Sample Tweet: “ow.ly/i/P0xs Strong #Thunderstorms in #Shenandoah Co. Frequent lightning, wind gusts 40-50 mph, and heavy rain. Moving NE at 5 mph”
Sample Tweet: “Dewpoint of 70??? Yuck! Time to break out the humidity control hair products. A must on a day like today”
Sample Tweet: “Event cancelled. Severe Thunderstorm Watch from 7/28/2012 6:24 PM to 10:00 PM EDT for Page County, Shenandoah County.http://bit.ly/NAquEp”
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