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FEMA Urges Preparedness Ahead of Severe Weather

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)—through its regional offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Kansas City and Denton (Texas)—is monitoring the possibility of tornadoes and large hail on Tuesday across parts of the Central Plains and Mid-Mississippi Valley. Residents in potentially affected areas should take the time now to prepare for severe weather and to monitor conditions via NOAA Weather Radio and local media.


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Afghan, U.S. forces 'clean the way' for residents in Shinkai district

Residents from the village of Meden Kheyl are glad to see the Afghan National Army opening the route - 'cleaning the way,' as they call it - from their village to the local bazaar, allowing them to move back and forth to the bazaar so they could get the basic goods and services that they're accustomed to during the winter months. (Photo by Sgt. Christopher McCullough) FORWARD OPERATING BASE SWEENEY, Afghanistan (Oct. 2, 2012) — Old man winter has Afghanistan's Shinkai district -- a remote mountain community situated 6,343 feet up in the eastern fringes of the Sur Ghar mountain range -- in its frosty grip. Here, the Afghan mountains normally bring about long, cold winters, though this year the deep chill is longer and colder than usual, according to the locals. Most recently, a three-day storm dumped snow in excess of 24 inches in parts of the district, affecting the movement of local residents and leaving many of the outlying villages completely isolated.

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U.S. Coast Guard photo Isaac damage assessment


NEW ORLEANS A damage assessmentby a Coast Guard helicopter and crew shows a sunken vessel at mile marker 105 on the lower Mississippi River followinf Tropical Storm Isaac, Sept. 1, 2012. The Coast Guard and several federal, state and local partners assisted residents affected by the storm. U.S. Coast Guard photo Isaac damage assessment :

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Tropical Storm Isaac heads for U.S. Gulf Coast

Tropical Storm IsaacTropical Storm Isaac swirled into the Gulf of Mexico on Monday, disrupting U.S. offshore energy production and threatening to hit Louisiana as a hurricane seven years to the day after devastating Hurricane Katrina.

The storm swiped south Florida on Sunday before moving into warm Gulf waters, where it is expected to strengthen into at least a Category 1 hurricane.

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Florida braces for Isaac

In Tampa Florida, final preparations for the Republican National Convention even as the state braces for tropical storm Isaac. Governor Rick Scott. SOUNDBITE: Florida Governor Rick Scott saying: "At this point, we don't see that we need to evacuate. Right now, right now, if you look at the forecast, it's a tropical storm.


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