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Disturbing Greenpeace Santa issues appeal to save his home from climate change

Thursday, December 12th, 2013 4:29pm MDT

Global warming has prompted Santa Claus to issue an urgent appeal to children to help save his home in the Arctic. In a new video from the radical environmental group Greenpeace, the jolly old elf hardly looks like himself as he announces, “I bring bad tidings.” With labored breaths, Santa says, “For some time now […]

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Jimmy Kimmel makes fun of Los Angeles TV stations’ attempts to hype LA cold

Sunday, December 8th, 2013 5:40am MDT

Much of the nation’s mid-section was plunged into a deep freeze this past week with temperatures registering below zero in many locations. On the west coast where the weather is rarely dramatic, Los Angeles TV stations played up their version of ‘cold’ and late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel made fun of them. “Southern California is […]

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100 years ago: Looking back at the Great Colorado Snowstorm of 1913

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 8:02am MDT

Significant snow events in Colorado are not unusual however some are nothing short of epic. Such was the case with the Great Colorado Snowstorm of 1913, a storm that began 100 years ago today and still stands as the largest snow event in Denver history. It was a classic setup. Low pressure to Colorado’s southwest […]

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NOAA winter outlook: Lacking any major influences, anything goes for Colorado

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 1:47pm MDT

NOAA released its annual winter outlook and it contained few clues as to what the Centennial State can expect from Mother Nature in the coming months. Lacking El Niño or La Niña conditions in the Pacific, the agency said climatic influences are at a minimum and as such nothing points to any particular trend in […]

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2013 Atlantic hurricane season to end as one of the least active on record

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 10:49am MDT

November 30 marks the unofficial end of the Atlantic hurricane season and it will go into the books as one of the least active on record and for the first time since 1994, a season without a major hurricane. In data released by NOAA yesterday, the agency said there were 13 named storms in the […]

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9News’ Kyle Clark rails against snow-covered patio furniture pictures

Monday, November 25th, 2013 8:24am MDT

On social media and local news media, when it snows you can be guaranteed to see multiple pictures of Colorado residents’ snow-covered patio furniture. In a broadcast rant Thursday, local news anchor Kyle Clark slams these boring photos and asks people to do better. Watch Clark’s hillarious editorial below The tongue-in-cheek editorial would be less funny were […]

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Midwest tornado outbreak kills at least eight, hundreds injured

Monday, November 18th, 2013 1:46pm MDT

Tornado outbreaks in November are not common, particularly in the United States Midwest, but Mother Nature unleashed her fury Sunday destroying entire parts of towns and claiming lives. Forecasters had warned of a potential severe weather outbreak and it came to fruition by mid-morning. Damaging winds and tornadoes struck a dozen states with Illinois being […]

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US military deploys to assist in Super Typhoon Haiyan disaster recovery

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013 9:48am MDT

The United States military is no stranger to disaster relief operations having been called to duty to offer humanitarian assistance frequently. In the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan’s strike on the Philippines however, the operations will take on a scale unlike any conducted in the Pacific before. Read more about the military’s expanding role in […]

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Philippines prepares for direct strike from Super Typhoon Haiyan

Thursday, November 7th, 2013 11:12am MDT

The most powerful tropical cyclone of the year has its sights set on the Philippines and the island nation is rushing to prepare for its arrival. Super Typhoon Haiyan is on course to strike the central part of the nation Friday morning causing extensive damage and likely loss of life. In the latest advisory from […]

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Hurricane-force winds, rain slam Britain killing four (Video)

Monday, October 28th, 2013 1:30pm MDT

A powerful autumn storm smashed into the United Kingdom Monday causing damage across a large area and snarling travel. Four fatalities have been credited to the storm which packed winds to 99mph.  Read the rest of this story and check out the video and photos on Examiner.com

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