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Finding Order in the Orwellian Chaos ~ link ~ This is an excellent article that I strongly recommend. Stirling
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Other flooding concerns will arise throughout easternmost North Carolina as Irene unleashes a total of 4 to 8 inches with amounts up to a foot on the Outer Banks tonight into Saturday.
Hurricane Irene: Mandatory Evacuation Order for 1 Million Cape May, NJ Residents ~ link ~ Those who choose to ignore the mandatory evacuation order have been asked to place an ID card in their left shoe so they may be identified if necessary.
Hurricane Irene: Latest Forecasts, Projections - Real Time Satellite Imagery, Infrared, and Radar - video images ~ link ~ Alexander Higgins has done an excellent job of gathering together a collection of visual sites to update the many millions of people who are being effected by this massive storm, now over 1,000 miles wide. Stirling
Hurricane Irene: As many as 200,000 evacuate in North Carolina ~ link ~ I really hate to see the Outer Banks hit. This is one of the most beautiful places in America. And near where my ancestors first came to America in the 1600s. Stirling
Hurricane Irene threatens 65 million people, North Carolina in path ~ link ~ Hurricane Irene is barreling toward North Carolina early Friday with landfall expected Saturday between 10 a.m. and noon. Forecasters said the storm will hit eastern North Carolina as a Category 3 storm with winds estimated at 115 miles per hour. Mandatory evacuations of coastal North Carolina residents will take place throughout the day on Friday. Officials are expected to order evacuations Friday as far north as New Jersey. Forecasters said early Friday the storm is as large as the Southeast, and has the potential to affect as many as 65 million people as it moves north along the East Coast of the U.S.
How flooding caused by Irene could be made worse by the arrival of a new moon ~ link ~ The intensity of Hurricane Irene and the extent of the flooding on the East Coast could be made worse by a new moon and high temperature of water in the Atlantic, scientists warn.