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Updated: 6:25 PM - Changes are coming in our weather over the weekend, although they are mild for October. A system in the Pacific Northwest will drag a weak cold front through the region as the ridge of high pressure starts to flatten and weaken a bit. The front will bring more wind to the forecast, especially in the afternoons/evenings to the Sierra and Sierra Front. Temperatures will also come down a bit, backing off of records for a few days (although still well above average for October). Another warming trend will come early next week, before the same system the brought rain a week ago cycles back into the weather picture for a potential round 2 Thursday and Friday. This abnormal October continues, as the first freeze is not in the forecast through at least the next 7 to 10 days. -Jeff

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Rain-Swollen South Carolina Prompts Continued Evacuations

Posted: 11:54 AM - A week after the heavy rains first began, some South Carolina residents are still evacuating and others are stacking up sandbags for more possible flooding even as the nation's top security official prepares to inspect the damage firsthand.

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Wind Could Deflate New Mexico Balloon Race

Posted: 11:50 AM - A spotty forecast deflated all hope Wednesday that a long-distance competition among some of gas ballooning's most elite pilots would get off the ground, marking only the second time in 20 years that weather has canceled the race.

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Two Die in Truck in South Carolina Flooding

Updated: 10/07/2015 - It could take until the weekend for the threat of flooding to ease in storm-tattered South Carolina, where a senator warned of a potential billion-dollar cleanup bill, two more people died in the floodwaters and the flagship university sent a home football game 700 miles away.

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Coast Guard Calls Off Search for 33 Missing Crew Members

Posted: 10/07/2015 - The Coast Guard broke the news to grieving family members Wednesday that it was abandoning the search for the 33 mariners aboard a U.S. container ship that sank last week during Hurricane Joaquin.

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California Governor Signs Aggressive Climate Change Bill

Posted: 10/07/2015 - Gov. Jerry Brown has signed an ambitious measure to combat climate change by increasing California's renewable electricity use to 50 percent and doubling energy efficiency in existing buildings by 2030.

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NTSB Team to Investigate Sinking of Cargo Ship in Hurricane

Posted: 10/06/2015 - A team from the National Transportation Safety Board was on its way to Jacksonville on Tuesday morning to study debris from a sunken U.S.-based cargo ship, conduct interviews, and look at documents to find out what went wrong and how to prevent such incidents in the future.

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Hope Dims for Finding Survivors of Deadly Guatemala Mudslide

Posted: 10/04/2015 - Hope faded Sunday for finding any survivors of a mudslide that killed at least 96 people as the smell of rotting bodies spread across the enormous mound of earth and rescuers reported the buried dwellings they reached were filled with water, suggesting anyone trapped inside would have drowned.

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Historic South Carolina Floods: Heavy Rain, Hundreds Rescued

Updated: 10/04/2015 - Hundreds were rescued from fast-moving floodwaters Sunday in South Carolina as days of driving rain hit a dangerous crescendo that buckled buildings and roads, closed a major East Coast interstate route and threatened the drinking water supply for the capital city.

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More Rain, Flooding Forecast Along Soggy East Coast

Posted: 10/03/2015 - Rain pummeling parts of the East Coast showed little sign of slackening Saturday, with record-setting precipitation prolonging the soppy misery that has been eased only by news that powerful Hurricane Joaquin will not hit the U.S.

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