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News.AzHurricane Irma may cut power to over nine million people in FloridaNews.AzHurricane Irma threatens to knock out power to more than 4.1 million homes and businesses served by Florida Power & Light (FPL), affecting around nine million people based on the current storm track, the utility's chief executive said on Friday ...and more »
News.AzHurricane Irma may cut power to over nine million people in FloridaNews.AzHurricane Irma threatens to knock out power to more than 4.1 million homes and businesses served by Florida Power & Light (FPL), affecting around nine million people based on the current storm track, the utility's chief executive said on Friday ...Two South Florida nuclear power plants lie in Irma's path. Are they ready?Miami HeraldFPL | Clean Energy | St. Lucie Nuclear PlantFPL.comFPL | Clean Energy | Turkey Point Nuclear PlantFPL.comall 174 news articles »
BloombergHow Irma Could Impact Florida's Citrus, Sugar IndustriesBloombergJoel Widenor, Commodity Weather Group's agricultural services director, discusses Hurricane Irma's potential impact on Florida's citrus and sugar industries. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterley on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg) ...Google News
ReutersHurricane Irma may cut power to over 9 million people in Florida: utilityReutersIrma, however, could retain much of its strength,” said Jason Setree, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group. Irma has killed several people and devastated islands in the Caribbean. Current forecasts put almost the entirety of the Florida peninsula ...Hurricane Irma may cut power to over nine million people in Florida: utilityYahoo7 Newsall 84 news articles »
Hurricane Irma may cut power to over nine million people in Florida: utilityYahoo7 News(Reuters) - Hurricane Irma threatens to knock out power to more than 4.1 million homes and businesses served by Florida Power & Light (FPL), affecting around nine million people based on the current storm track, the utility's chief executive said on ...and more »
ReutersHurricane Irma may cut power to over 9 million people in Florida: utilityReutersIrma, however, could retain much of its strength,” said Jason Setree, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group. Irma has killed several people and devastated islands in the Caribbean. Current forecasts put almost the entirety of the Florida peninsula ...Two South Florida nuclear power plants lie in Irma's path. Are they ready?Miami Heraldall 143 news articles »
VarietyUPDATE 1-Hurricane Irma may cut power to over 9 mln people in Florida -utilityBusiness InsiderIrma, however, could retain much of its strength," said Jason Setree, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group. Irma has killed several people and devastated islands in the Caribbean. Current forecasts put almost the entirety of the Florida peninsula ...FPL | Clean Energy | St. Lucie Nuclear PlantFPL.comall 430 news articles »
ReutersHurricane Irma may cut power to over 9 million people in Florida: utilityReutersIrma, however, could retain much of its strength,” said Jason Setree, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group. Irma has killed several people and devastated islands in the Caribbean. Current forecasts put almost the entirety of the Florida peninsula ...and more »
Slate MagazineHurricane Irma could devastate Florida agricultureWestern Farm PressIf Irma makes landfall in Florida, the worst-case damage would include the eastern half of the state's citrus crop, Joel Widenor, director of agricultural services at Bethesda, Maryland-based Commodity Weather Group, said Thursday in a telephone interview.As seen in `Trading Places,' weather still roils orange marketStandard-Examinerall 8 news articles »
CBS NewsRPT-Hurricane Irma threatens power losses for millions in FloridaReutersSept 8 (Reuters) - Hurricane Irma poses a bigger menace to power supplies in Florida than Hurricane Harvey did in Texas because Irma is packing near 200 mile-per-hour winds (320 km/h) that could down power lines, close nuclear plants and threats to ...As seen in `Trading Places,' weather still roils orange marketStandard-ExaminerIrma has Florida bracing for Atlantic's strongest storm yetNorman TranscriptIrma Has Company; October Called 2 Cents HigherNatural Gas IntelligenceLaredo Morning Times -BloombergQuintall 12,089 news articles »
ReutersHurricane Irma threatens power losses for millions in FloridaReutersIrma, however, could retain much of its strength,” said Jason Setree, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group. Irma has killed several people and devastated islands in the Caribbean. Current forecasts put almost the entirety of the Florida peninsula ...Hurricane Irma may cut power to over nine million people in FloridaNews.AzFPL | Clean Energy | St. Lucie Nuclear PlantFPL.comTwo South Florida nuclear power plants lie in Irma's path. Are they ready?Miami Heraldall 386 news articles »
ReutersHurricane Irma threatens power losses for millions in FloridaReutersIrma, however, could retain much of its strength,” said Jason Setree, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group. Irma has killed several people and devastated islands in the Caribbean. Current forecasts put almost the entirety of the Florida peninsula ...and more »
Hurricane Irma threatens power losses for millions in FloridaReutersIrma, however, could retain much of its strength,” said Jason Setree, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group. Irma has killed several people and devastated islands in the Caribbean. Current forecasts put almost the entirety of the Florida peninsula ...and more »
The Sydney Morning HeraldDonald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort evacuated in face of Hurricane IrmaThe Sydney Morning HeraldAt least fourteen people have died in the Caribbean as the Category 5 storm, Hurricane Irma, ploughed its way through a series of tropical resort islands on the way to the American mainland, which it's expected to be hit over the weekend. US President ...and more »
National PostFlorida farms brace as Irma threatens $1.2 billion of cropsLaredo Morning TimesIf Irma makes landfall in Florida, the worst-case damage would include the eastern half of the state's citrus crop, Joel Widenor, director of agricultural services at Bethesda, Maryland-based Commodity Weather Group, said Thursday in a telephone interview.Irma has Florida bracing for Atlantic's strongest storm yetNOLA.comall 9,779 news articles »
US Braces For Second Major Hurricane In Two WeeksOilPrice.com“Our biggest concern is Florida citrus,” Joel Widenor of Commodity Weather Group LLC said. “There is big enough fruit on the trees that the fruit could drop off, it could literally get blown off. The bigger issue is tree damage that is a lot harder to ...and more »
BloombergHurricane Irma Threatens $1.2 Billion of Florida CropsBloombergIf Irma makes landfall in Florida, the worst-case damage would include the eastern half of the state's citrus crop, Joel Widenor, director of agricultural services at Bethesda, Maryland-based Commodity Weather Group, said Thursday in a telephone interview.Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort evacuated in face of Hurricane IrmaThe Sydney Morning HeraldStorm Irma could cause further damage to America's beleaguered oil and gas infrastructureEnergy Voiceall 12,390 news articles »
NOLA.comIrma has Florida bracing for Atlantic's strongest storm yetNOLA.com"Our biggest concern is Florida citrus," said Joel Widenor, co-founder of Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. "There is big enough fruit on the trees that the fruit could drop off, it could literally get blown off." Only three Category 5 ...US Braces For Second Major Hurricane In Two WeeksOilPrice.comall 6,863 news articles »
NewsweekIrma Has Company; October Called 2 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence... risks on highs and warmer risks on lows), the trend overnight was to shift the storm away from Gulf concerns, and we need another 24 hours of this to feel more confident about it," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a morning ...Irma has Florida bracing for Atlantic's strongest storm yetNOLA.comall 5,710 news articles »
Irma has Florida bracing for Atlantic's strongest storm yetPlattsburgh Press RepublicanHurricane Irma, the most powerful storm to form in the open Atlantic Ocean, made landfall in the Caribbean early Wednesday and barreled toward Puerto Rico on a path that may bring it ashore in Florida and destroy so much property that damages surpass ...

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