Carry on, everyone.
Carry on, everyone.
Iselle hit the Big Island on Friday morning. Hurricane Julio is forecasted to reach the region of the islands over the weekend but may not make landfall.
The storm is expected to bring much-needed rain to Puerto Rico, which is currently experiencing a moderate drought.
Tropical storm warnings were discontinued for the Virginia coast and the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. The warnings remain in effect for Nantucket and the Cape Cod in Massachusetts. No deaths or serious injuries have been reported.
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Our Earthly hurricanes look tame compared to this.
Brace yourselves. Twitter jokes are coming.
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NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has provided scientists the first close-up images of a hurricane swirling around Saturn’s north pole. The hurricane’s eye is about 1,250 miles wide, NASA says.
When the weather throws us a curveball these people simply carry on as usual.
Devastation in the town of Rumson.
“We always worry that they’ll feel like, I’m going to be out on the street with my kids, so I’m just going to have to go back to him,” says the director of a service agency.
Signs, many of them handmade, thank first responders and donors for all their help since the storm hit.
Hundreds of runners banded together on the day of the marathon to help those most affected by Sandy.
These guys need help too.
While their parents struggle to keep them warm and fed, these kids make it through an experience they will never forget.
Bon Jovi performed “Who Says You Can’t Go Home” and “Living On A Prayer” on NBC’s Hurricane Benefit Show last night, backed by photos of the devastation in his own hometown area. Springsteen closed the show with “Land of Hope and Dreams.”
Volunteer. And party.
Considering what they’ve been through, this guy can do whatever the hell he wants.
“I was charmed by your delicate and sophisticated appearance and your tolerance of the chaos we were subjected to.”
Posing on top of a tree that just crushed a car will be great for the portfolio.
The storm, the jobs numbers, and the last decisions.
Upper-middle class good cheer and misery in the shelter. “How can you prepare for a storm like this with no money?”
The residents of Staten Island have yet to receive Red Cross assistance. “We are the forgotten borough.”
Check in on older people who live alone. “It behooves neighbors to adopt a senior who is alone, and just as you provision for yourself, make sure they have food,” says an expert.
Across New York and New Jersey, commuters fight staggering bus lines and fuel shortages to get back to their normal lives.
This is nuts.