STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Quiet Atlantic Hurricane Season
The Atlantic hurricane season officially comes to an end this weekend. It was a good year for people and a bad year for hurricanes. There were just eight named tropical systems (sustained winds of at ... Posted on 11/26/14 at 12:58 AM
ROCKY HILL, Conn. — Floodwaters triggered when Tropical Storm Irene tore through the East Coast nearly a week ago have inundated farmland in the Connecticut River Valley, ruining crops in Connecticut and Massachusetts just before harvest and washing away valuable topsoil.
STONEWALL, N.C. — Far from the beach towns that took Hurricane Irene’s first hit, the storm inflicted some of its worst damage on inland farms as crops were pummeled by wind, scalded by salt spray and submerged by floodwaters. Some farmers are reporting total losses.
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