Jeff Masters

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Director of meteorology and co-founder of WeatherUnderground.com, an online weather forecasting company

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Tropical Storm Harvey is being heaped with superlatives: most rain, worst flooding, most economic damage, highest toll in human misery.

Harvey raises questions of global climate change

Tropical Storm Harvey is being heaped with superlatives: most rain, worst flooding, most economic damage, highest toll in human misery.

from To the Point

Hurricane Patricia today became the strongest storm ever recorded in the Western hemisphere with top winds of 200 miles an hour.

Historic Hurricane Bearing Down on Mexico

Hurricane Patricia today became the strongest storm ever recorded in the Western hemisphere with top winds of 200 miles an hour.

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Yesterday, Winter Storm Leon dumped snow all over Southern states that aren't used to it, turning streets and highways into parking lots, stranding school buses and causing 940…

Winter Weather Chaos, in Atlanta and Beyond

Yesterday, Winter Storm Leon dumped snow all over Southern states that aren't used to it, turning streets and highways into parking lots, stranding school buses and causing 940…

from To the Point

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