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Less Active Hurricane Season Predicted

Updated: 04/10/2009 - A North Carolina researcher says the 2009 hurricane season for the Atlantic and Gulf coasts will be about average and less active than last year.

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Hurricane Season Predictions Changed

Posted: 04/07/2009 - Hurricane forecasters at Colorado State University have scaled back their prediction for the Atlantic and are now calling for an average season with 12 named storms, including six hurricanes, two of them major.

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Winter Returns to Parts of WV

Updated: 04/06/2009 - Put away the shorts and sandals and dig out the sweaters. Wintry weather is returning to parts of West Virginia.

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Truck Drivers Brace for the Wind

Updated: 04/04/2009 - Windy conditions could pose a threat to you on the road, especially on the interstates, because it really doesn't take much wind to flip over a big truck.

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Space Junk May Have Caused Lights in the Sky

Posted: 03/31/2009 - A federal official says space junk from a Russian rocket most likely caused residents across the Southeast to report "great balls of fire" in the night sky.

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Mysterious Lights in the Sky in VA

Updated: 03/31/2009 - The National Weather Service says there is no evidence of any naturally occurring phenomenon to explain bright lights in the eastern sky that prompted hundreds of calls to the service and emergency officials.

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Drill Prepares Residents for Tornadoes

Updated: 03/18/2009 - Tuesday was Tornado Preparedness Day and a statewide tornado drill demonstrated what people should do if a tornado warning is issued.

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Low Rainfall Causing Concerns

Posted: 03/13/2009 - Rain is needed badly across the Valley, because the area is currently behind on total rainfall by more than two and a half inches.

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Stimulus Money for Energy Efficiency

Updated: 03/13/2009 - Both Virginia and West Virginia are getting several million dollars in federal stimulus funding to help residents weatherize their homes and improve energy efficiency.

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Some Areas Still Without Power

Updated: 03/03/2009 - Virginia's largest electric company has reduced to less than 20,000 the number of customers without power since a Southern snowstorm.

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Amtrak Passengers Faced Storm Troubles

Posted: 03/03/2009 - The winter storm provided a marathon ride for 140 passengers on an Amtrak train headed from Washington, D.C., to Newport News.

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Greyhound Buses Delayed for Weather

Posted: 03/02/2009 - Greyhound buses traveling on routes between Virginia and Massachusetts are being delayed because of blowing snow and poor road conditions.

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Metro Problems Caused by Weather

Posted: 03/02/2009 - A winter storm has created some minor delays on bus and rail lines running through the Washington area.

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JMU Fraternity Braves the Cold, Cleans Up Snow

Posted: 03/03/2009 - With the temperatures expected to stay below freezing the next couple of days, one James Madison University fraternity says the snow isn't going to go away by itself.

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VDOT Braces for Cuts

Updated: 03/03/2009 - Snow removal trucks have been on the roads since Sunday, but due to budget cuts, VDOT may have to cut back its snow removal efforts next year.

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