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Flossie leaving Hawaii weaker than when storm came

Flossie's Hawaiian adventure: Short, scattered and more powerful than many believed it would be at first.Full story

2 rescued from rip current on Isle of Palms

According to the National Weather Service, two swimmers had to be rescued on the Isle of Palms. Full story

New round of thunderstorms threatens Midwest

MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - A fresh batch of damaging storms is expected to sweep through the Midwest on Monday afternoon and evening, potentially dampening efforts to restore power to thousands of households in the region. Full story

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Severe Kansas tornado prompts stark National Weather Service warning

Rare May storm dumps more than a foot of snow in Wisconsin, Minnesota

Washington shuts down ahead of fierce snowstorm

Washington set to be blanketed by wet, heavy snow

Deadly snowstorm slams road, air travel in Midwest

Snowstorm slams road, air travel in Midwest

Snowstorm to hit north central United States, then mid-Atlantic

Storm that buried Plains slams Great Lakes region

New England storm could pack less punch than feared

Major snowstorm headed for New England

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  Future storms won’t be named ‘Sandy’

The National Weather Service says the name Sandy won’t be used for any future storms after it was assigned to the massive storm that hit the East Coast in 2012. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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