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Weather Report - Live in Offenbach - September 28, 1978
 
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Weather Report Live in Offenbach, Germany Sept. 28, 1978 Artists: - Joe Zawinul (keyboards) - Wanye Shorter (tenor and soprano saxophone) - Jaco Pastorius (electric bass) - Peter Erkskine (drums) Tracklist: 00:00 Black Market 10:12 Joe's intro to Scarlet Woman/"Liftoff" 13:27 Scarlet Woman 19:37 Young and Fine 26:21 The Pursuit of the Woman with the Feathered Hat 33:11 A Remark You Made 40:15 River People 48:08 Thanks for the Memories (Solo Wayne - Tenor) 51:55 Dolores / Portrait of Tracy / Third Stone from the Sun (Jaco's Solo) 1:01:45 Mr. Gone 1:10:24 In a Silent Way 1:12:37 Waterfall 1:14:27 Teen Town 1:22:37 I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good (Solo Joe) 1:26:00 The Midnight Sun Will Never Set On You (Joe & Wayne) 1:31:26 Birdland 1:38:15 Introductions 1:40:02 Fred & Jack (Solo Peter) 1:47:32 Elegant People 1:55:28 Badia Previously unreleased recordings from pioneering fusion band Weather Report playing live in the 1970s are streaming from the late Joe Zawinul's estate in the group's 40th anniversary year. This spring's 1975 Live in Berlin set caught the band beginning to sense its power over a rock audience. Live in Offenbach, from September 1978, features the band that included bass-guitar star Jaco Pastorius. It also included Peter Erskine, a shrewd drummer who helped reintroduce a cooler jazz feel after the critical hammering that had greeted the overcooked, studio-made Mr Gone earlier that year. Stripped down to a quartet, the band sound engaged (particularly the sometimes enigmatic saxist Wayne Shorter), and after the standard early workouts on their hits, they get surprisingly loose and open. Shorter exhibits Sonny Rollins's muscular solo-sax whimsicality on the standard Thanks for the Memory, and Zawinul's wealth of acoustic-piano improv ideas burst out of I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good, while Birdland has a bright, rough-and-ready energy. Pastorius's driving basslines thunder through the music, even if his solo spots tend to emit more heat than light. It's a vivid show from a WR period sometimes considered short of inspiration.
Views: 772578 Gabriel Moura
Arctic Sea Ice, Weather, and Climate Analysis for September 28, 2018
 
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According to NASA and NSIDC, the Arctic saw its 6th lowest sea ice minimum on record on September 19th and again on the 23rd. This marks the start of freeze season -- which according to indicators is running quite a bit warmer than normal. Links: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2018/annual-arctic-sea-ice-minimum-announcement #ClimateChange #Arctic #SeaIce
Views: 1919 Robert Fanney
European weather September 2012
 
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A movie of weather over Europe during September, 2012. Natural Colour RGB images are taken from EUMETSAT's Meteosat-9 satellite in geostationary orbit 36,000 km above the Earth. The Natural Colour RGB makes use of three solar channels: VIS0.6, VIS0.8 and NIR1.6. In this colour scheme vegetation appears greenish because of its large reflectance in the VIS0.8 channel (the green beam) compared to the NIR1.6 (red beam) and VIS0.6 (blue beam) channels. Water clouds with small droplets have large reflectance at all three channels and hence appear whitish, while snow and ice clouds appears cyan because ice strongly absorbs in NIR1.6 (no red). Bare ground appears brown because of the larger reflectance in the NIR1.6 than at VIS0.6, and the ocean appears black because of the low reflectance in all three channels. See the full view of the Earth, as seen by Meteosat 9, here: http://oiswww.eumetsat.org/IPPS/html/MSG/RGB/NATURALCOLOR/index.htm
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IAG Daily Weather Video for September 18, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as a strong front drops south out of the Northern Plains, bringing rain chances and cooler air. -The U.S. Southern Plains will see 0.5-1" accumulations tomorrow through Sunday, especially across central sections, with several days of below normal temps following. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect limited rainfall tomorrow through Monday totaling around 0.25", with cooler temps for early next week. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see a rain chance continuing today that will bring 1-2" to the northern Ohio Valley, which will be followed by a cool and dry 4-5 days. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect continued rain chances west and central as a cutoff low sits over Germany, with drier and warmer conditions for the Black Sea region. Defcon 3.
BLACK SEA - What Are You Looking For Clip
 
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In the clip, “What Are You Looking For,” submarine captain Jude Law gives us a taste of life underwater when he confronts a hapless young seaman who’s been made the butt of a practical joke. Directed by Academy Award winner Kevin Macdonald (“One Day in September,” “The Last King of Scotland”), BLACK SEA centers on a rogue submarine captain (Law) who, after being laid off from a salvage company, pulls together a misfit crew to go after a sunken treasure rumored to be lost in the depths of the Black Sea. As greed and desperation take control on board their claustrophobic vessel, the increasing uncertainty of the mission causes the men to turn on each other to fight for their own survival. The cast includes Scoot McNairy (“Argo”), British Independent Film Award winner Ben Mendelsohn (“Starred Up”), David Threlfall (“Shameless”), Konstantin Khabenskiy (“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”), Sergey Puskepalis (“How I Ended This Summer”), British Independent Film Award winner Michael Smiley (“Kill List”), and Grigory Dobrygin (“A Most Wanted Man”). Official Site: http://www.focusfeatures.com/black_sea http://twitter.com/focusfeatures http://instagram.com/focusfeatures http://www.facebook.com/FocusFeatures
Views: 2370 Focus Features
Stormy weather at Aberdeen Harbour entrance (25th September 2012) HD
 
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Stormy weather at Aberdeen Harbour entrance with waves over lighthouse, breakwater and quay. Filmed with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ30 / DMC-ZS20 in HD
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 8th, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as a strong front brings showers and storms to the central U.S. -The U.S. Southern Plains will see a strong front move across the region over the next few days, bringing around 1" of rain south. Cooler weather follows but is fairly short lived, especially west. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect significant accumulating rainfall on the order of 1-2" north and west over the next 3-4 days. Well below average temps are expected for the weekend. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see rainfall in Iowa and Minnesota shift east over the next few days, with cooler weather moving for the weekend as deep troughing sets up in the Great Lakes. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea troughing will weaken over the next few days, allowing warmer temps for most of the continent and higher rain chances westm as a front approaches. Defcon 3.
Weather & Climatic transitions in Ukraine!  Find the suitable reason for you! (2019)
 
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Here! Pay your attention for a while to this amazing video brought to you by The Ukraine Education, which is a beautiful presentation of different climatic transitions that happen in Ukraine, which will be quite useful for you, in your pursuit for studying MBBS in Ukraine. Being surrounded by the plains in the east & hills in the west, Ukraine is considered as the second largest country of the Europe. According to the many student’s expectations, the climatic and weather conditions of Ukraine does not vary much from their home countries. Students in Ukraine, especially the Indians lead a very healthy and a comfortable life as there is not much change in the climatic conditions of Ukraine. The country has continental climate with freezing winters (0°C to 32°F) except the most sheltered areas of Crimea, and extremely warm summers as you move towards south & east; which is generally common in India. Now you will arise at the question of what to pack? It is very obvious that you will pack your bags according to the pervasive situation of the Ukraine, therefore in winters- keep your warm clothes, sweaters/fleece, down jackets, fur hat, gloves and scarf, umbrella & raincoat (for jalta). For summers, which are very pleasant in Ukraine (23/24°C) in July & August, but in Autumn the temperature decreases rapidly. Month of September is still a pleasant month in the Black sea area with 23°C. Spring comes along with the little lengthier sunshine hours. Here again, the question arises- What to pack? Follow the below list of clothes according to the region wise weather changes: Summers- Umbrella, outer layer removable clothes and normal spring clothes. South & Black Sea Region - light clothes, sweatshirts/light jackets for the evening North - East and Kiev Region - T-shirts & shorts for hot days, jacket & sweater for the evening and cooler days. Do not forget Umbrella So pals, Hurry up! Pack your bags as we have suggested already to pursue MBBS in Ukraine from one of the Top Medical Universities of Ukraine. In case of any dilemmas or queries, reach out to us without any hesitation, at- 1800-123-102030 or you can visit our website - www.ukraineeducation.org or follow our Facebook Page www.facebook.com/ukraineeducationofficial for recent updates. #mbbsinukraine #studymbbsinukraine #climateinukraine #weatheratukraine #mbbsabroad
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IAG Daily Weather Video for September 4th, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as high pressure over the southern Plains keeps the central and eastern U.S. warm. -The U.S. Southern Plains will see temps remain above average over the next 3-4 days, while remaining mostly dry until a strong front moves across the region next week. Cool weather follows. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect somewhat above normal temperatures and low chances of significant accumulating rainfall over the next 4 days. Rain chances increase midweek with a front. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see temps remain warm as high pressure is located south of the zone. Look for rainfall in Iowa and Minnesota starting late this weekend totaling 1-2" central and east, with cooler weather moving in next week as troughing builds in the Great Lakes. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea troughing will strengthen over the next few days, allowing cooler temps for most of the continent and higher rain chances east. Defcon 3.
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 11th, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as a strong front moving across the south central U.S. will bring cooler and drier weather for the next 5 days. -The U.S. Southern Plains will see cooler weather after another round of showers today. Temps warm to above normal by midweek. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect another 0.25" of rainfall today. Well below average temps are expected for the weekend and early next week, as well as a dry period through the end of next week. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see light rainfall through early tomorrow, followed by a 5 day dry period. Cool weather with lows remaining above freezing moves in for the weekend with deep troughing. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect warmer temps for most of the continent and higher rain chances west as a front approaches. Defcon 3.
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 16, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as the west central U.S. is much warmer than average in advance of a front arriving for the weekend. -The U.S. Southern Plains will be much warmer than normal over the next few days. The region will see 0.5-1" accumulations Friday through Sunday, especially central. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect a mostly dry period for the next 4 days before some rainfall on Monday, with cooler temps by the weekend. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see temps warm to above average, especially west, ahead of a weekend rain chance that will bring 0.5-1.5" to Iowa, southern Minnesota, and the northern Ohio Valley. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect continued rain chances west and central as a cutoff low sits over Germany, with drier and warmer conditions for the Black Sea region. Defcon 3.
Crackling Fireplace with Thunder, Rain and Howling Wind Sounds (HD)
 
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IAG Daily Weather Video for September 24th, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as rainfall continues for one more day across the western corn belt. -The U.S. Southern Plains will see rainfall clear in the next day and otherwise will be mostly dry and warm for the next 7 days. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta is clear today and there are no significant rain chances in the forecast for the next 5 days. A tropical influence may boost rain chances midweek. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see above average temperatures and mostly dry weather other than some rainfall in Iowa and Minnesota today as a strong high latitude ridge pattern takes hold. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect continued rain chances central and east as a cutoff low slowly spins down and is replaced by high pressure west. Defcon 3.
Spectacular Waterspout Seen over Black Sea
 
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(24 Jul 2018) A spectacular waterspout over the Black Sea was captured on video by witnesses vacationing in Gelendzhik bay on the southern coast of Russia. (July 24) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Website: https://apnews.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP Facebook: https://facebook.com/APNews Google+: https://plus.google.com/115892241801867723374 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ ​ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/14fc4e1216a865800f3ba3092728247c
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IAG Daily Weather Video for September 10, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as a deep trough will bring rain chances and then much cooler weather to the east central U.S. over the next few days. -The U.S. Southern Plains will see cooler weather after another round of showers on Friday. Temps warm to above normal by midweek. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect another 0.25" of rainfall through tomorrow. Well below average temps are expected for the weekend and early next week. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see light rainfall through early Saturday, followed by a 5 day dry period. Cool weather (with lows remaining above freezing) moves in for the weekend as deep troughing develops. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea a cutoff low will weaken over the next few days, allowing warmer temps for most of the continent and higher rain chances west as a front approaches. Defcon 3.
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 14th, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as the eastern U.S. is much cooler than average in the wake of a strong front. -The U.S. Southern Plains will see temps warm to well above normal by midweek. The region will be mostly dry until 0.5-1" accumulations mostly over the weekend. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect a mostly dry period through the end of this week with wamring temperatures. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see light rainfall through tomorrow west, followed by a 3-4 day dry period. Temps warm to above average, especially west, ahead of a weekend rain chance. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect warmer temps for most of the continent and higher rain chances west as a front sits over Germany. Defcon 3.
Mac Miller - Come Back To Earth
 
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IAG Daily Weather Video for September 17th, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as rain coverage increases in the Midwest ahead of a front. -The U.S. Southern Plains will be warmer than normal over the next couple days. The region will see 0.5-1" accumulations tomorrow through Sunday, especially across central sections. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect a mostly dry period for the next 2-3 days before some rainfall Sunday and Monday totaling around 0.25", with cooler temps for early next week. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see temps warm to above average, especially west, ahead of a rain chance starting today that will bring 1-2" to the northern Ohio Valley. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect continued rain chances west and central as a cutoff low sits over Germany, with drier and warmer conditions for the Black Sea region. Defcon 3.
Avril Lavigne - Head Above Water (Official Video)
 
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Head Above Water out now: https://avrillavigne.lnk.to/HeadAboveWaterAlbumID #HEADABOVEWATER FIGHT LYME CHARITABLE T-SHIRT: http://smarturl.it/TALFHAW To find resources on Lyme Disease PREVENTION… Educate yourself on doctors and TREATMENT…. Learn more about the most current scientific RESEARCH… And JOIN OUR FIGHT AGAINST LYME, Visit http://www.TheAvrilLavigneFoundation.org Directed By: Elliott Lester Executive Producer: Ted Robbins Line Producer: Eric Watson Video Commissioner: Melinda Kelly Production Company: Chromista I’ve gotta keep the calm before the storm I don’t want less I don’t want more Must bar the windows and the doors To keep me safe to keep me warm Yeah my life is what I’m fighting for Can’t part the sea Can’t reach the shore And my voice becomes the driving force I won’t let this pull me overboard God keep my head above water Don’t let me drown It gets harder I’ll meet you there at the altar As I fall down to my knees Don’t let me drown Don’t let me drown So pull me up from down below ‘Cause I’m underneath the undertow Come dry me off and hold me close I need you now I need you most God keep my head above water Don’t let me drown It gets harder I’ll meet you there at the altar As I fall down to my knees Don’t let me drown Don’t let me drown Don’t let me drown Keep my head above water above water And I can’t see in the stormy weather I can’t seem to keep it all together And I can’t swim the ocean like this forever And I can’t breathe God keep my head above water I lose my breath at the bottom Come rescue me I’ll be waiting I’m too young to fall asleep God keep my head above water Don’t let me drown It gets harder I’ll meet you there at the altar As I fall down to my knees Don’t let me drown Don’t let me drown Don’t let me drown Keep my head above water above water
Views: 73176670 Avril Lavigne
September 28, 2017 New England Fishing Report with Toby Lapinski
 
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The October issue of The Fisherman Magazine is out this week and it’s another awesome read covering all of your fall favorites. In addition to the glossy features on subjects like the impending 2018 recreational shark fishing measures, deep-water chunking for striped bass, a look at blackfish behaviors and more, we have some great local features. On the freshwater side there is a pair of great fall features including Connecticut River pike and Wachusett Reservoir lake trout. On the salty side we have a spotlight on fishing around Millstone power plant, trolling eels from the kayak and seeking big blues in the surf. Give it a look today! Connecticut • There are still some decent reports of false albacore being landed inside Long Island Sound with most of the action roughly taking place in the eastern half of the Sound. Unfortunately the fish have already become quite finicky as the fishing pressure on them has been extremely high. This means that you’ll need to pull out all the stops and reach deep into your book of tricks to score a few fish, but isn’t that one of the things that makes fishing so much fun in the first place? • And while blackfish season doesn’t reopen in Connecticut waters until October 10, it’s never too early to start thinking about tog! Our friends at Black Hall Outfitters have announced their annual Tog-Tober Tournament which is set to take place the weekend of October 14 – 15. They have some great prizes up for grabs with divisions for kayaks, big boats and a special Barbie Rod Division with proceeds going to benefit the Sound School. Check out all the details at TheFisherman.com. Rhode Island • While boaters pretty much lost the majority of last week to the storm, things have already begun to return to normal with good catches of scup, bluefish and stripers inshore. Capt. Brian of Big Game Fishing RI said the bite turned right back on for his clients as they loaded up on bass and some monster blues early this week. Really the only fishery still waiting to come back to normal is cod which seems to take a harder hit when a big storm rolls up the coast. • Keep in mind that black sea bass season remains closed in RI waters and will not reopen until October 22. At that time the bag limit will be 7 fish per angler and will remain open through December 31. I heard of a lot of sea bass caught this week as bycatch but they must be returned to the water as quickly and safely as possible. Massachusetts • I am getting mixed reports from the Canal on striped bass with some guys striking out while others are doing quite well. There was a 50 weighed-in last week at Canal Bait & Tackle which was landed on a mackerel JoeBaggs Patriot Fish jig, but that’s the only really big fish I’ve heard of lately. Methods of success have been varied with fish being landed both day and night on jigs, eels and topwater. • The tuna bite east of Chatham is coming back around after the storm as Fish Chatham Charters is back on the bite. They had a nice 60-incher on Monday’s trip and I have heard of some others in that size range landed since then.
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 22nd, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as Plains ridging will bring a generally warm and dry conditions for the U.S. -The U.S. Southern Plains will pick up modest rainfall north tomorrow, but otherwise be mostly dry and warm for the next 7 days. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta is clear today and there are no significant rain chances in the forecast. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see well above average temperatures and mostly dry weather other than some rainfall in Iowa and Minnesota midweek as a strong high pressure system takes hold. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect continued rain chances east and central as a cutoff low slowly spins down. Defcon 3.
Weather News and Tropical Update with J7409 Tues  Sept 25,2018
 
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Weather News and Tropical Update with J7409 Tues. Sept.25,2018. Severe thunderstorms are possible this afternoon into tonight across parts of the middle Mississippi and Ohio Valleys into the southern Great Lakes region. A mid-level trough moving into the Black Hills this morning will amplify during the period as a 90kt 500mb speed max develops by early morning Wednesday over Lake Michigan. The positive to neutral tilt of the mid-level trough suggests cyclogenesis over the western and central Great Lakes will remain modest compared to autumnal climatology. A cold front will extend southwestward from the developing low over WI southeast KS and into the TX Panhandle. This boundary will advance east and southeast reaching the lower Great Lakes and extending southwest through central TX by the end of this period. A weak disturbance over the central Appalachians will move into the Northeast during the day. A warm frontal zone will develop northward through the OH Valley and into the Great Lakes during the day. Remember this can change............ 1. A broad area of low pressure located about 300 miles south of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, continues to produce showers and thunderstorms on its north side. Satellite data indicate that the circulation of the low is elongated and not well organized. However, this system could still become a tropical depression later today while it moves northwestward. By tonight and Wednesday, additional development appears unlikely, due to strong upper-level winds, while the system moves northward and north-northeastward near the southeastern United States coast. Regardless of tropical cyclone formation, this system will likely enhance rainfall across portions of northeastern South Carolina and eastern North Carolina later today and tonight. In addition, dangerous surf conditions and rip currents are expected along portions of the North Carolina coast today. For more information, please see products from your local National Weather Service office. * Formation chance through 48 hours...medium...50 percent. * Formation chance through 5 days...medium...50 percent. 2. The remnants of Kirk are located about 1100 miles east of the Windward Islands and are moving quickly westward at around 25 mph. This system continues to produce a large area of showers and thunderstorms, along with winds to gale force on its north side. However, satellite data indicate that the system still lacks a closed circulation. This disturbance could redevelop into a tropical cyclone during the next couple of days before it moves into an area of highly unfavorable upper-level winds while it approaches the Caribbean Sea. Interests in the Windward and Leeward Islands should monitor the progress of this disturbance as gusty winds and locally heavy rains are likely even if the system does not redevelop into a tropical cyclone. For more information on this system, see High Seas Forecasts issued by the National Weather Service. * Formation chance through 48 hours...medium...60 percent. * Formation chance through 5 days...medium...60 percent. 3. Subtropical Depression Leslie is forecast to become post-tropical tonight after it merges with a cold front over the central Atlantic. After that time, Leslie could reacquire subtropical or tropical characteristics by the end of the week as it meanders over the central Atlantic. * Formation chance through 48 hours...low...near 0 percent. * Formation chance through 5 days...high...70 percent. If You Would like to donate for my work click the link below. THen click the paypal logo in the upper right hand corner. Thank You. https://www.youtube.com/user/J7409 For Weather News Forecast Subscribe Here...... https://goo.gl/Nw3hY2 If You Really want to GROW your channel Sign up and download tubebuddy. Its legal and made to work with youtube. Check it out! Its great. Link Below https://www.tubebuddy.com/J7409 Send me pictures of bad wild, weather. or any interesting and different pics you want to share. below is the e mail addy to send them to. [email protected] #weatherj7409 j7409 swag can be found here. https://teespring.com/stores/j7409-weather-thing
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IAG Daily Weather Video for September 2nd, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as warm and mostly dry conditions persist across the central and eastern U.S. -The U.S. Southern Plains will see temps remain somewhat above average over this week, while remaining mostly dry until a front approaches the region next week. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect slightly above normal temperatures and low chances of significant accumulating rainfall over the next 5 days. Troughing may return at long range. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see temps warming as high pressure is located south of the zone. Look for rainfall in Iowa and Minnesota starting late next weekend and some rain chances east in the next few days. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea troughing will move in this week, allowing cooler temps for most of the continent and higher rain chances central and east. Defcon 3.
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 29th, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as the eastern U.S. can expect heavy precipitation this week. -The U.S. Southern Plains will cool off over the next 7 days due to the influence of two fronts, which will also bring 0.5-1" of rainfall central and north. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta will mostly miss the rainfall associated with a tropical influence from the Gulf, and temps turn cooler later in the week here as well. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see a cooling and mostly dry pattern this week as troughing develops. A low that will develop along the East Coast potentially aided by the influence of TS Joaquin could spread rain to Ohio but will mostly stay east of the area. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect rain chances central and east to taper as a cutoff low spins down over the next few days and is replaced by high pressure west. Defcon 3.
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 23rd, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as the last significant rain for the next week moves across the Plains states. -The U.S. Southern Plains will pick up modest rainfall today totalling 0.5" or so, but otherwise will be mostly dry and warm for the next 7 days. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta is clear today and there are no significant rain chances in the forecast for the next week, with somewhat above average temperatures. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see above average temperatures and mostly dry weather other than some rainfall in Iowa and Minnesota over as a strong high latitude ridge pattern takes hold. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect continued rain chances central as a cutoff low slowly spins down and is replaced by high pressure west. Defcon 3.
How Is The Weather In Seattle In September?
 
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Seattle september weather 2017 accuweather forecast for wa. 14 inches of rain with soggy weather carrying over into the rest of the week. The weather forecast for august, september and october? Hot!seattle local. Seattle's monthly precipitation tally now stands at 7. One concern i am having is the weather. Puget sound forecast widespread low clouds or fog freezing this morning. Summer marks the city's high season, meaning room rates rise and availability drops, while cold winter weather can deter even most avid sightseers. Best times to visit seattle september weather averages for seattle, usa holiday. Ap) severe thunderstorms raked portions of the plains as a cold front swept away warm weather and replaced it with conditions nation & world. A climate graph showing the rainfall data, temperatures and normals. September and october will be slightly cooler than normal, with rainfall near normal in the north above south. The monthly temperature, precipitation and hours of sunshine. When is the best time to visit seattle? Best for outdoor recreation seattle has consistently dry, sunny, and warm weather from mid july through september perfect local hiking, biking, boating. 2018 long range weather forecast for seattle, wa. What is the weather like in august? Seattle forum tripadvisor. Early fall, however, is a sweet spot for tourism summer weather lingers as the crowds disperse, leaving plenty holiday we provide temperature, day and night sunshine hours, rainfall sea temperature averages seattle, usa in september figure below shows you compact characterization of hourly average temperatures quarter year centered on. I call september our secret month the skies are blue, temperatures still warm, but with a bit more cooling in evening. Clearing in most areas this afternoon. October through weather brings you the most accurate monthly forecast for seattle, wa with average record and high low temperatures, precipitation more calculations of sunrise sunset in seattle washington usa september 2017. 68 inches, making for a damper than normal november weather reports from the last weeks in seattle with highs and lows forecasted weather conditions the coming 2 weeks for seattle 4 storms rake plains as cold front approacheslittle rock, ark. Could be areas of black ice. Average weather in september seattle, washington, united how is the seattle september? Quora. Puget sound waters are not ideal for swimming, as they rarely get above 13c. 21, swamping the city with 1. Best time of year to visit seattle the 2017 guide anne. The horizontal axis is the day, vertical hour of and color average temperature for that day exceptionally nice. Get seattle, wa 98104 typical september weather includ
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IAG Daily Weather Video for September 3, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as ridging over the southern Plains keeps the central U.S. warm and dry. -The U.S. Southern Plains will see temps remain above average, particularly north, over the next 5 days, while remaining mostly dry until a strong front moves across the region next week. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect slightly above normal temperatures and low chances of significant accumulating rainfall over the next 4-5 days. Rain chances increase midweek with a front. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see temps remain warm as high pressure is located south of the zone. Look for rainfall in Iowa and Minnesota starting late this weekend and some rain chances east in the next few days. Cooler weather moves in next week as troughing builds in the Great Lakes. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea troughing will strengthen over the next few days, allowing cooler temps for most of the continent and higher rain chances east. Defcon 3.
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 25, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as the central U.S. looks to turn warmer and drier over the next week. -The U.S. Southern Plains will be mostly dry and warm for the next 7 days due to the influence of strong ridging. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta is clear today and there are no significant rain chances in the forecast for the next 5 days. A tropical influence from the Gulf may boost rain chances modestly midweek. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see above average temperatures and mostly dry weather over the next 5 days as a high-latitude ridge pattern takes hold. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect rain chances central and east to taper as a cutoff low spins down over the next few days and is replaced by high pressure west. Defcon 3.
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 21st, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as a high pressure system over the Plains will bring a generally warm and dry week to the U.S. -The U.S. Southern Plains will pick up modest rainfall north Wednesday, but otherwise be mostly dry and warm for the next 7 days. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta is clearing today and there are no significant rain chances in the forecast. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see well above average temperatures and mostly dry weather other than some modest rainfall west midweek as a strong high pressure system takes hold. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect continued rain chances east and central as a cutoff low moves little. Defcon 3.
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 1st, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as high pressure brings warm conditions to the central and eastern U.S. -The U.S. Southern Plains will see temps warm to somewhat above average over this week, while remaining mostly dry other than some showers in Kansas and Nebraska next weekend. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta can expect slightly above normal temperatures and low chances of significant accumulating rainfall over the next 7 days. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see temps warming as ridging remains in place south of the zone. Look for rainfall in Iowa and Minnesota next weekend into early next week but lower chances east. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea troughing will move in this week, allowing cooler temps and higher rain chances for most of the continent. Defcon 3.
IAG Daily Weather Video for September 30, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as Joaquin will bring rain and potentially wind impacts to the Eastern U.S. in over the next 5-7 days. -The U.S. Southern Plains will cool off over the next 5 days due to the influence of a front, which will also bring 0.5-1" of rainfall central and north over the weekend. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta will turn cooler later in the week, with no rain expected over the next 5-7 days. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see a cooling and mostly dry pattern this week. The forecast here is heavily dependent on the uncertain track of Joaquin. Model solutions bringing Joaquin's remnants into the Ohio Valley early next week are likely overstated, but the situation should be monitored closely as model spread is huge and forecast confidence is low. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect rain chances central and east to taper as high pressure builds in to the west. Defcon 3.
Super Hurricanes and Typhoons
 
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Hey Everyone, You can find our 4K UHD content and more great space and science shows on: https://www.magellantv.com/genres/space Hurricanes, typhoons, tropical cyclones: they are creatures of tropical seas, sweeping up heat laden waters, converting it to wind, rain, and waves. Why do a rare few evolve into colossal monsters, that leave in their wake a trail of destruction, death, and despair? Do we now face a rising tide of Super Hurricanes and Typhoons? One reason is that more and more people are moving to coastlines around the world, drawn by a combination of jobs and lifestyle. In the United States, for example, 39% of the population lives in coastal counties. A Columbia University report takes a global look at this trend by identifying major disaster hot spots: the east coast of North America, Bangladesh, the Philippines, the east coast of China. These hurricane-prone coastlines, with their dense population centers, hold enormous potential for economic loss and loss of life. To make matters worse, the oceans have gotten steadily warmer over the last few decades, adding potency to the hurricane's fuel. Sea levels are expected to rise by as much as a meter by the end of the century, increasing the risks of storm surge. As more people pack the coastlines, man and nature are in the midst of an excrutiating head-on collision. Hurricane Ike slammed into Galveston in 2008. The cost in 2010 dollars: 28 billion. Andrew hit Miami in 1992. 45 billion. Sandy swept into New Jersey in 2012. 60 billion. Katrina in New Orleans: 106 billion. Not to mention the loss of thousands of lives.
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September 13, 2018 New England Fishing Report with Toby Lapinski
 
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Be sure to follow the weekly fishing reports across New England at http://www.thefisherman.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=directory.category&PDIR=24. Well, unless you’ve been hiding under a rock somewhere then you know the big talk around the fishing and weather world the last few days has been centered on Hurricane Florence and its ultimate track across the Atlantic. Heading into last weekend several models I saw had it making landfall square in the middle of Long Island, but that has been pushed quite a bit south where it’s expected arrive in the early morning hours on Friday somewhere along the coast of North Carolina. And while we here in New England will dodge a direct hit from Florence, there are two more hurricanes spinning in its wake in the form of Isaac and Helene out in the Atlantic. The current models have both of them avoiding the Northeast for the most part, but all three will likely have some effect on our fishing the next week or so in the form of wind, waves and rain. With that out of the way, looking ahead at the coming weekend, the inshore fishing has really kicked into gear in a lot of places. I was in Rhode Island over the weekend and found off and on blitzes of small bluefish, striped bass and bonito from the West Wall on down to Weekapaug. While I didn’t get into any bones myself, there were plenty of bass and blues to go around and I had a great time putting my son into the action. We did well on the small blues throwing 1-ounce tins like Kastmasters and Needle-Eels, and we even pulled a nice black sea bass out of the melee. Out on the Vineyard and Nantucket, the Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby and the Nantucket Inshore Classic kicked off this past weekend, and they’ve been getting a steady flow of bass, bluefish, bonito and even the elusive false albacore entries in both tournaments. Albie fever is in full swing with catches being made at the islands, through Buzzards Bay and over into Rhode Island waters. I heard some rumors of albies being caught inside Long Island Sound this week, but nothing official as guys are still a bit tight-lipped about the details, wanting to keep the lid on things for now. Striped bass action has been very good in the usual, big water spots. I’ve heard mixed results up in the Canal but the breachways of Rhode Island have been producing well with fish from schoolies to 40 pounds being caught in the outflows. There is an absolute ton of bait in the ponds, dumping out the channels and running the beaches with peanut bunker, silversides, bay anchovies and mullet on the menu. These areas are always good bets when the water gets churned up out front. Remember that if I didn’t get to your species or location of choice this week, you can always check out the complete fishing reports from Maine to the Mid-Atlantic at http://www.thefisherman.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=directory.category&PDIR=11.
Arctic Sea Ice, Weather, and Climate Analysis for November 2, 2018
 
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An analysis of present Arctic weather, climate and sea ice related trends for November 2nd. At present, Arctic sea ice extent is ranging around 4th lowest on record for the date even as fall of 2018 is tracking close to the warmest we've seen for the region above 66 degrees North Latitude. The Arctic climate is very sensitive to human caused climate change. And it is an essential stabilizer of the global climate system. For this reason, we provide weekly monitoring and analysis. Links: https://sites.google.com/site/arcticseaicegraphs/ https://sites.google.com/site/arcticseaicegraphs/ #GlobalWarming #Arctic
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Global Weather/Earthquake Update/Myanmar Dam Failure/Hurricane Olivia Eyes Hawaii September, 5, 2018
 
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Hurricane Size Comparison 2018
 
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RED SIDE SHOP STORE https://goo.gl/hVMWE9 Tropical cyclone: A tropical cyclone is a rapidly rotating storm system characterized by a low-pressure center, a closed low-level atmospheric circulation, strong winds, and a spiral arrangement of thunderstorms that produce heavy rain. Depending on its location and strength, a tropical cyclone is referred to by different names, including hurricane (/ˈhʌrɪkən, -keɪn/), typhoon (/taɪˈfuːn/), tropical storm, cyclonic storm, tropical depression, and simply cyclone.[4] A hurricane is a tropical cyclone that occurs in the Atlantic Ocean and northeastern Pacific Ocean, and a typhoon occurs in the northwestern Pacific Ocean; while in the south Pacific or Indian Ocean, comparable storms are referred to simply as "tropical cyclones" or "severe cyclonic storms". "Tropical" refers to the geographical origin of these systems, which form almost exclusively over tropical seas. "Cyclone" refers to their winds moving in a circle, whirling round their central clear eye, with their winds blowing counterclockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere. The opposite direction of circulation is due to the Coriolis effect. Tropical cyclones typically form over large bodies of relatively warm water. The strong rotating winds of a tropical cyclone are a result of the conservation of angular momentum imparted by the Earth's rotation as air flows inwards toward the axis of rotation. As a result, they rarely form within 5° of the equator. Tropical cyclones are almost unknown in the South Atlantic due to a consistently strong wind shear and a weak Intertropical Convergence Zone. Also, the African easterly jet and areas of atmospheric instability which give rise to cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea, along with the Asian monsoon and Western Pacific Warm Pool, are features of the Northern Hemisphere and Australia. Atlantic hurricane: An Atlantic hurricane or tropical storm is a tropical cyclone that forms in the Atlantic Ocean, usually in the summer or fall. A hurricane differs from a cyclone or typhoon only on the basis of location.[1] A hurricane is a storm that occurs in the Atlantic Ocean and northeastern Pacific Ocean, a typhoon occurs in the northwestern Pacific Ocean, and a cyclone occurs in the south Pacific or Indian Ocean. Tropical cyclones can be categorized by intensity. Tropical storms have one-minute maximum sustained winds of at least 39 mph (34 knots, 17 m/s, 63 km/h), while hurricanes have one-minute maximum sustained winds exceeding 74 mph (64 knots, 33 m/s, 119 km/h). Most North Atlantic tropical storms and hurricanes form between June 1 and November 30. The United States National Hurricane Center monitors the basin and issues reports, watches, and warnings about tropical weather systems for the North Atlantic Basin as one of the Regional Specialized Meteorological Centers for tropical cyclones, as defined by the World Meteorological Organization. In recent times, tropical disturbances that reach tropical storm intensity are named from a predetermined list. Hurricanes that result in significant damage or casualties may have their names retired from the list at the request of the affected nations in order to prevent confusion should a subsequent storm be given the same name. On average, in the North Atlantic basin (from 1966 to 2009) 11.3 named storms occur each season, with an average of 6.2 becoming hurricanes and 2.3 becoming major hurricanes (Category 3 or greater).[6] The climatological peak of activity is around September 11 each season. INFO : WIKIPEDIA MUSIC: The Halloween Dawn + Wind sound effect Mixed Follow! FB : https://www.facebook.com/redsidefanpage Insta: https://www.instagram.com/redsidefanpage *Keywords: Tornado Size comparison, comparison of tornados, highest tornado, terrible tornado, tornado ef 0 ef 1, tornado caught on tape, tornado forming UNIVERSE COMPARISON, UNIVERSE COMPARISON 3d COMPARISON OF UNIVERSE, SYSTEM SOLAR SIZE COMPARISON, COMPARISON OF SOLAR SYSTEM, GALAXY COMPARISON , COMPARISON OF GALAXIES, GALAXIES COMPARIOSN, STAR SIZE COMPARISON, STAR COMPARISON, STARS COMPARISON, COMPARISON OF STARS SIZE, COMPARISON OF STAR,Space comparison, Comparison of space Black holes Comparison, Black hole comparison, Comparison of black holes, First Photo of black hole, hurricane florence
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Black Sea ROMANIAN SEASIDE Best time for holiday 4K QUALITY
 
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http://youtu.be/3AmbF2F2Hp8 Romanian seaside 2014
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Hurricane Forecast, Solar Watch, Polar Vortex | S0 News Sep.17.2017
 
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New Pony the September Sessions sea kayaking
 
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Had a great day on the water at Belhaven in Scotland. The surf had been here for days and it had gone from huge and dumping to this fantastic friendly but powerful roll. Obviously it was also the most gorgeous sunny day all in all not bad for a September Monday.
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IAG Daily Weather Video for September 28, 2015
 
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-This morning, there are no threat level changes as the central U.S. looks to turn cooler by the end of the week. -The U.S. Southern Plains will cool off over the next 7 days due to the influence of two fronts, which will also bring 0.5-1" of rainfall central and north. Defcon 4. -The Mississippi Delta will mostly miss the rainfall associated with a tropical influence from the Gulf, and temps turn cooler later in the week here as well. Defcon 4. -The U.S. Midwest will see a cooling and mostly dry pattern this week as troughing develops. Defcon 3. -In Europe and the Black Sea, expect rain chances central and east to taper as a cutoff low spins down over the next few days and is replaced by high pressure west. Defcon 3.
Peter Gabriel - Biko
 
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'Biko' is taken from Peter's third self-titled solo album. Video directed by Lol Creme. Follow Peter Gabriel on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7C4sUpWGlTy7IANjruj02I Options to buy or stream: http://smarturl.it/PeterGabriel3 Read more - http://petergabriel.com/release/peter-gabriel-3/ Recorded both at his home studio at Ashcombe House, near Bath, and at London’s Townhouse Studios, Peter’s third self-titled album was produced by Steve Lillywhite. The album saw Peter change his writing style; now the rhythm came before the melody and the songs were built up on top of the rhythmic sequences. The album delivered a top 5 UK single in Games Without Frontiers and Peter’s first overtly political song in the shape of totemic closer Biko. It also features notable contributions from Kate Bush, Paul Weller, Phil Collins and David Rhodes. # http://petergabriel.com # http://facebook.com/petergabriel # http://twitter.com/itspetergabriel September '77 Port Elizabeth weather fine It was business as usual In Police Room 619 Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko Yihla Moja, Yihla Moja - The man is dead The man is dead When I try to sleep at night I can only dream in red The outside world is black and white With only one colour dead Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko Yihla Moja, Yihla Moja, - The man is dead The man is dead You can blow out a candle But you can't blow out a fire Once the flame begins to catch The wind will blow it higher Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko Oh Biko, Biko, because Biko Yihla Moja, Yihla Moja - The man is dead - The man is dead And the eyes of the world are watching now Watching now PG3 tracklisting: Intruder No Self Control Start I Don't Remember Family Snapshot And Through The Wire Games Without Frontiers Not One Of Us Lead A Normal Life Biko #MusicVideo
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China TV news and weather report September 23 2013
 
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Chinese and Hong Kong news with footage of a massive storm and cyclone moving in.
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Global Precipitation Measurement mission data released on This Week @NASA - September 5, 2014
 
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Precipitation information from the first six months of the Global Precipitation Measurement Core Observatory mission now is fully available to the public. Launched from Japan in February, the joint NASA and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency mission works with international partner satellites to produce precise and standardized data sets on worldwide rainfall, snowfall and other precipitation. The data can be used to improve forecasts of extreme weather events like floods and help decision makers worldwide better manage water resources. Also, Earthquake data from the air, Next ISS crew trains, Talking STEM with students and OSIRIS-REx time capsule!
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Tahsis Weather Report  #1, with Meteorologist Joe (September 2010)
 
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A massive rain and wind storm hit the central-northern west coast of Vancouver Island, and hit the small community of Tahsis,BC. This is the first in a series of three reports delivered by Joe!
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How Is The Weather In Punta Cana - Punta Cana Beach Weather
 
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Tzarevo - Harbour - Mole - Recommendation of Expert
 
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Good heavens, why is it so easy! Bulgaria - Tzarevo - Black Sea. September 2007. More videoclips, photos and informations from Tzarevo: http://www.pernica.biz/tzarevo.htm
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What Is The Weather Like In Hawaii In September?
 
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