ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, MD — The Atlantic hurricane season kicked off June 1 and has been turbulent so far. Hurricane Isaias dumped up to 6 inches of rain and caused flash flooding in parts of Maryland. Weather experts have since issued an updated forecast that doesn't bode well for the East Coast. Forecasters said the remainder of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season will be "extremely active" with the potential to be one for the record books. … [Read more...] about New Anne Arundel County Hurricane Preparedness Week Aug. 16-22
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Hurricane Season 2016: Where To Find Local Information2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast ReleasedHurricane Season: How to PrepareTampa Bay 'Ripe for Disaster,' Hurricane Experts SayTropical disturbances aside, the Tampa Bay area is in for a rather typical week heading into summer. Forecasters anticipate highs in the upper 80s to low 90s most days. Thunderstorms are also possible, especially in the afternoon hours a few days this week, especially Tuesday and Friday. … [Read more...] about Tropical Disturbance Forms Ahead Of Hurricane Season’s Start
Tooze is a brilliant synthetic thinker, whose off-the-cuff commentary is often much more precise and provocative than the carefully composed observations of others. And I don’t think he is wrong to imply that climate progress is as much a matter of political power as moral virtue. But regarding the efficacy of Green New Deal advocacy, in particular, I think he is off the mark. Joe Biden is the very picture of American Establishmentarianism, and his climate plan looks more like a Green New Deal than it looks like Hillary Clinton’s or Barack Obama’s. Thanks to the fact of the GND (and more particularly the leaked “FAQ” that caused such backlash), Biden can plausibly pitch his plan by saying, “We’re not banning hamburgers or the internal combustion engine, just investing in a massive jobs program that will make your electricity cheaper and your air cleaner.” In other words, he can distance himself from “radicalism” while still … [Read more...] about What Climate Alarm Has Already Achieved
While the loss of football will make the fall Saturday’s a little less exciting for players, students and fans, the loss of spending associated with the events will be substantial and small college towns are likely to feel the worst of it. While there are no official estimates for how much money is spent outside of college football stadiums during the course of a season, Patrick Rishe, an economist at Washington University in St. Louis, in an analysis earlier this year for ESPN, estimated that the attendees to the programs in the so-called Power 5 conferences (the Atlantic Coast, the Big Ten, the Big 12, the Pac 12, and the Southeastern) stood to lose $303 million in non-ticket spending or $4.7 million per school. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 shuts down football conferences — what about small towns?
But instead of the promised addendum, COCM sent all of its residents an "updated guidelines for the 2020-2021 lease term," in which COCM states that all residents "voluntarily assume" the risk of getting infected by COVID-19, which may result in "serious illness and/or death." Residents are also required to relocate and "may be provided alternative housing arrangements" if they are asked to self-quarantine, according to the new rules. … [Read more...] about Hundreds Of U. Of Maryland Students Struggling To Get Out Of Leases