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It’s Been One Year Since the Powerful Virginia Earthquake Rocked a Huge Chunk of the US — Relive the Scary Moment

Exactly one year ago Thursday, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake centered in Mineral, Virginia, rocked the Eastern seaboard, causing tremors from Georgia all the way to New England.

Where were you when it happened?

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Forecasters Predict a Brutal Winter Ahead

This summer has been unusually hot, with record-breaking temperatures all over the country. But in a few months, we may be wishing for a little of that heat — forecasters are warning we should brace for a particularly harsh winter.

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Missouri State Fair Weather Outlook

If you want to avoid the heat and the rain, you should probably get to the Missouri State Fair sooner rather than later.  According to The Weather Channel, we have a pretty good shot at some rain towards the end of the fair.  Here’s the breakdown:

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Patrick Smith, Getty Images

Lightning Strike at Pocono NASCAR Race Kills 1 Fan, Injures 9 Others

A lightning strike in a parking lot outside a NASCAR race at Pocono Raceway on Sunday killed one fan and injured nine others, race officials said.

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Newbirth35, Flickr

Are You Prepared for a Natural Disaster? — Survey of the Day

Tornadoes in the Midwest. Derechos in the Mid-Atlantic. Fires in the Rocky Mountain region. It seems like no matter where you live in the United States the elements have recently wreaked havoc.

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Comstock

Utilities Cash Giveaway

Are you tired of paying those outrageous air conditioning bills to keep you house cool?  Sick of running up your water bill to keep your lawn alive?  This summer has been a scorcher, and it’s not over yet.  We want to help keep those summer bills from burning a hole in your wallet by giving away a cool $300 to pay your utility bills this summer!

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Scott Olson, Getty Images

Can the Nationwide Drought Wind Up Costing You Money? — Dollars and Sense

The record-breaking heat that’s recently affected much of the country has resulted in soaring utility bills — and that may not be the only way it hits your wallet.

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John Moore, Getty Images

‘Life-Threatening’ Heat to Hit Much of the US This Summer

You might think it’s hot now, but Mother Nature is just getting started.

Summer this year is set to hit much of the United States hard, according to a series of excessive heat warnings issued by the National Weather Service Thursday.

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MU-Columbia Professor of Meteorology Educates Kids at Sedalia Public Library

The Sedalia Public Library has a summer series where they invite special guests to visit kids about their specialty.   Wednesday (June 27), the special speaker was Tony Lupo, Professor of Meteorology at University of Missouri-Columbia.  While he came with the intent to talk about weather in general, he did reference the excessive heat warning that the National Weather Service issued, and that kids should drink lots of water and that the ground needed lots of water to not be so dry.   He told the kids that the cycle we are in has to deal with La Nina effect and that our winter was not as harsh as previous years.

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Scott Seibold (@scottseibold), Twitter

UPDATE: Thousands Evacuate as Colorado’s Waldo Canyon Wildfire Doubles in Size

Those wildfires in Colorado don’t show much sign of abating. In fact, more than 32,000 residents in or near Colorado Springs, the state’s second-largest city, were ordered to evacuate after the Waldo Canyon Fire doubled in size Tuesday night.

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