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Yahoo! ArtsSep 20, 2019
Area 51 raid - live updates: Alien hunters arrive near base amid official warnings and fears of ‘humanitarian disaster'
Alien-hunters are arriving near Area 51 after a viral craze that saw them commit to storm the mysterious US military base.A variety of events are taking place to mark the weekend, including music festivals in a variety of locations. But some appear to be still committed to at least getting close to the base's famous military gates, coming near enough to snap selfies alongside the warnings of how violently the base will be protected.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 20, 2019
Tropical merger to bring downpours amid drought in southwestern US next week
Lorena and Mario are seen swirling near Mexico early Friday morning. (Image/CIRRA RAMMB) Tropical moisture is expected to converge on the southwestern United States early next week. Despite an ongoing drought, the heavy rain could bring a heightened risk of flash flooding and mudslides."There is the potential for heavy rain across the Southwest, especially Arizona, from Sunday night through Tuesday," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist and western U.S. blogger Brian Thompson said.A non-tropical storm associated with a large dip in the jet stream is expected to drop southward across the West during this time frame.Ahead of this storm, moisture will be drawn northward from the tropics. Some of this moisture will be associated with Lorena and perhaps Mario, should the two tropical systems merge together.If the two storms come together, they would combine to bring a significant rain event for portions of the Southwest, according to Thompson.This type of the setup has the potential to produce more than a month's worth of rain in a few hours. Phoenix typically receives 0.64 of an inch of rain during September, while Flagstaff, Arizona, averages over 2 inches."Any non-excessive rain that were to fall on the region would be welcomed," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said. Drought conditions have grown considerably across the Southwest over the past few months due to a lack-luster monsoon season. While Arizona was free of drought during the middle of June, over 85 percen

Yahoo! BooksSep 19, 2019
The Latest: Conditions in Houston improve as Imelda departs
Houston officials say floodwaters are receding across most of the city and efforts will continue through the night to clear the city's freeways of hundreds of vehicles stalled by the flooding. The dangerous flooding all but paralyzed the city Thursday after the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda reversed course and hit Houston and Southeast Texas a second time.

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