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Twitter Media Studio : You don’t make it to 50 years of science, service and stewardship without great people. Perhaps these NOAA staff members say it best:

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#NOAAat50 #50YearsOfNOAA

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TweetDeck : After NOAA formed in 1970, scientists got to work to increase our ability to measure carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

In 1973 & 1974, NOAA created 2 atmospheric observatories — one in Barrow (now Utqiaġvik) Alaska and one in American Samoa. #NOAAat50

Twitter Media Studio : Good morning! Did you hear? We’re marking *50* years of NOAA this Saturday, October 3!

Take a look at where we started & where we’re headed to take on the next 50:

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TweetDeck : A large temperature swing is forecasted for much of the CONUS over the next week. After enjoying warmer than normal temperatures, the East Coast to the Great Plains will become much cooler. Out West, temperatures are expected to drop then rise substantially ahead of a heat wave.

TweetDeck : A couple of tornadoes, damaging winds, and large hail will be possible this evening across extreme northern Wisconsin and western Upper Michigan.

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TweetDeck : A tornado or two and/or locally damaging wind gusts due mainly to the remnants of Tropical Storm #Beta will be possible today across southern/central Alabama, Florida Panhandle, and far western Georgia.

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Twitter Web App : 🔥 Join us in 30 minutes (noon ET) for a #TwitterChat about Fire Weather, where experts will be available to answer your questions. 🔥

Use #Datapalooza to participate.
See you there!

Twitter Web App : #DroughtMonitor 9/22: NOAA’s NWS Climate Prediction Center forecast for next week sees more trouble for the West with dryness + possibly record heat, and with them, increased #wildfire risk.

Most of the USA looks dry (except the Northeast). Hot and dry. Or cold and dry.


Twitter Web App : #DroughtMonitor 9/22: Summer 2020 in 4 Maps

The 3-month EDDI, percent of normal precip, and departure from normal temps maps show how heat + dryness led to degradations in the 3-month #DroughtMonitor change map, particularly in areas now w/ Extreme or Exceptional Drought. NOAA

Twitter Web App : #DroughtMonitor 9/22: TX saw improvements for the second week in a row in this weeks change map.

Otherwise, degradations, or at best status quo, for regions already in #drought.


Twitter Web App : #DroughtMonitor 9/22: Fall is here. La Nina is here. Time to take stock of #drought in the USA.

36 states have at least Moderate Drought (D1)

20 states have at least Extreme Drought (D3)

#Drought2020’s Footprint: 33.5% of USA w/ 66.7M people


TweetDeck : Weve started flying over communities affected by Hurricane Sally to assess the damage. Were collecting images in specific areas identified by NOAA in coordination with state and federal partners. Visit our site to see all the photos:…

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TweetDeck : Plenty of rain is expected across the Gulf Coast and inland over the next 3 days as #Beta slowly moves through. Flooding issues are likely so remember, Turn Around, Dont Drown!

TweetDeck : Tropical Storm #Beta Advisory 16: Beta Moving a Little Faster Towards the Central Texas Coast. Expected to Produce Tropical Storm Conditions Over Portions Of The Texas Coast Later This Morning and Afternoon.

TweetDeck : Life-threatening storm surge and hurricane-force winds are
possible along the Texas coast early next week. Storm Surge and Hurricane Watches are in effect, and residents in these areas should ensure they have a hurricane plan in place and follow advice given by local officials.

TweetDeck : With the naming of Subtropical Storm #Alpha, weve officially entered the Greek Alphabet for named Atlantic storms this year.
Weve made it as far as Zeta one time on record, in 2005.

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TweetDeck : With the naming of #Wilfred in the eastern Atlantic, weve reached the end of the standard Atlantic 2020 system names list, and any subsequently named systems will use the Greek Alphabet. Get the latest at…