Category: Weather

Your Global Warming Social Media Guide

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Super Typhoon Haiyan Hashtags and Tweet Reaction on Twitter

It could be the most powerful recorded typhoon to ever make landfall if current meteorologist readings of the super typhoon Haiyan hold up and are checked carefully against other mega storms recorded in the past. Sponsored Links (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Anyway you look at it nature has produced a serious titanic of a storm and people are labeling it a super typhoon. The meteorological numbers being produced by this mammoth typhoon are quite

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2013 Tropical Storm and Hurricane Hashtags on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest

We are now in the final stretch run of the 2013 hurricane season with the prime months of August and September ahead of us. While this year’s hurricane season has been uncharacteristically calm warm weather patterns can still produce some unexpected tropical storms and hurricanes. Sponsored Links (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Tracking tropical storms and hurricanes on real time social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook is a great way to keep

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Heat Wave Tweets, Hashtags and Status Updates on Twitter and Facebook

It’s almost July 2013 and we are finally in the midst of a heat wave across much of the United States. The famous dry and hot Death Valley in California is expected to reach close to 128 degrees today (June 29, 2013). In places like Las Vegas the temperature is visiting the upper 115’s and beyond. Hospitals and emergency facilities are starting to get heat related injuries such as heat stroke and dehydration. Other places along the Southwestern part of the United States

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A Collection of Weather Facebook Cover Timeline Photos

The weather has become a fascinating topic in recent years. With more cases of extreme weather events being reported and current meteorological trends that indicate more volatile weather on the rise more people are tuning in to weather reports on the Internet and TV stations like the Weather Channel. Talk of Global Warming is prevalent in the media with news of melting polar icecaps, rising ocean levels and extreme unseasonable weather conditions like the most recent Hurricane Sandy which

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10 Pictures of Hurricane Sandy Causing Underwater Flooding in New York City Manhattan on Twitter

As Hurricane Sandy continues its assault on the eastern seaboard and particularly New York City Twitter is continuously featuring tweets with twitpics and Instagrams of the incredible pictures of flooding in New York City that people are snapping with their phones and digital cameras during the evening hours. Reports of a 13 foot tidal surge impacting New York City was confirmed with an amazing array of pictures embedded in tweets on Twitter that support this claim.  Is much of New York

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Hurricane Sandy Superstorm Twitter Tweets and Hashtags

Hurricane Sandy is looming closer to the eastern metropolitan populace as many meteorologists are predicting a superstorm of unprecedented devastation. Many states like New York and New Jersey have declared an emergency declaration and President Obama has declared a state of emergency in many areas along the eastern seaboard including Massachusetts and New York. The storm is predicted to bring in possibly over 3 billion in wind damage alone and effect over 50 million people.

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Follow Hurricane #Isaac Twitter and Hashtag Tweets Now

In what has to be a familiar and eerily frightening feeling to people along the Louisiana gulf coast the eventual hurricane Isaac is following a similar path through the gulf as Hurricane Katrina did seven years earlier.  The tropical storm is continuing to gain energy and strengthen and is expected to become a Hurricane. However,  the latest forecasts has the hurricane taking a more westerly turn. People have already begun to make preparations plans as Isaac moves closer to the

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Dozens of Free Lightning Facebook Cover Photo Downloads For Your Timeline

Lightning is nature’s own firework’s show. Colorful bolts of firey glow streaking across the night sky are spectacular and electrifying to witness in person. Every lighting strike and lightning show is unique and special. A multitude of colors and patterns can be seen with each electrical storms. Atmospheric conditions help influence how sporadic the lightning is and how the spectrum of lightning color is viewed by us. Lightning is somewhat difficult to capture on film. While

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Track Hurricane Katia Tweets and Hashtags On Twitter

With the recent passing of Hurricane Irene along the Eastern seaboard weather forecasters and concerned people alike are setting their eyes  on another potential monster Hurricane, Katia.  While its too early to tell where this category 1 hurricane is heading it might again be a good idea to start tracking coordinates on Twitter. Here are several Twitter feeds that will be tweeting about Hurricane Katia in the next couple of days. @NHC_Atlantic: the official verified Twitter account of the

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Track Hurricane Irene Tweets and Hashtags On Twitter

An extraordinarily rare and historic natural disaster could be looming along the east coast, particularly along the populated areas in New York City and the shores of New Jersey, as hurricane Irene hugs the eastern shoreline moving north. With Irene being something this powerful and unpredictable following quick real time updates will keep you on top of things especially when tweeted to your mobile device (in case your power grid goes down). Here are several excellent  Twitter accounts and

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Track Tropical Storm Don With Tweets and Hashtags On Twitter

Tropical storm Don has strengthened to over 40 mph winds. This was a tweet just reported on several of these hurricane related Twitter feeds. Here is another one: the Texas coast is in the forecast cone with the approaching storm only days away. It’s easy to follow and track hurricane and tropical storm tweets  on Twitter. If you are concerned about the path or landfall that tropical storm Don will take I’ve put together a Track Tropical Storm Don with Tweets and Hashtags on

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