Morenci, Mich. & Fayette, Ohio
AP photo by Gerry Broome
Steve tipped me off to this live blog as the hurricane moves northward.
Posted in It's life.
– August 27, 2011
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AP Service Saturday
Christie: Irene ‘Very Ominous’ for New Jersey
Long Island prepares for Irene’s visit Sunday morning.
After Irene, NC Residents Focus on Cleanup
Hurricane Irene unleashed its winds and rain Saturday on eastern North Carolina, raking coastal villages and reaching well inland to topple trees, flood towns and leave hundreds of thousands without power. (Sat night Aug. 27 from AP Service)
Sunday 7:02 am Live Blog-
Irene Makes Second Landfall; Pounds New York City
Follow the Live Blog Sunday- Irene Makes Second Landfall; Pounds New York City
From: NASAtelevision | Aug 24, 2011
From 230 miles above the Earth, cameras on the International Space Station captured new views of powerful Hurricane Irene as it churned over the Bahamas at 3:10 p.m. EDT on August 24, 2011. Irene is moving to the northwest as a Category 3 hurricane, packing winds of 120 miles an hour. Irene is expected to strengthen to a Category 4 storm as it heads toward the Outer Banks of North Carolina, the Eastern Seaboard and the middle Atlantic and New England states.
Flooding in downtown Brattleboro, VT on August 28th, 2011 after Hurricane Irene.
That’s a little frightening just watching it on a video. Lots of power in that flood.
Amateur video captured a car being swept away in Bennington, Vermont. The floods, triggered by Tropical Storm Irene, caused massive damage across the state.(Aug. 30)
I have a friend in northern Maine that tells me he only got a couple inches of rain and 45 mph winds out of Irene. One of his daughters lives in Brattleboro Vermont, where flooding was a big problem.
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