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Cyclone Ian, located east-northeast of Suva, Fiji, is slowly tracking eastward just above cyclone strength. Ian is forecast to gain strength over the next few days as it tracks southeastward toward Tonga. The many islands in the region will feel the effects of strong currents, high tides and large waves. This image was taken by GOES West at 2100Z on January 8, 2014. An unannotated version of this image can be found here.
World Highest Temperature for January 16 The world's highest temperature for January 16 was 114 degrees and occurred at Port Augusta, Australia World Lowest Temperature for January 16 The world's lowest temperature for January 16 was -60 degrees and occurred at Ojmjakon, Russia
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There's a lot of excitement on the East Coast this week. In addition to Tuesday's earthquake, Hurricane Irene will likely make an appearance this weekend in the Carolinas and possibly elsewhere. As I write this, Hurricane Irene is wreaking havoc on the north coast of the Dominican Republic, but who knows where it will go? The National Weather Service reported Tuesday morning that the storm is moving northwest at 10 mph. Hurricane Irene: 12 Ways to Track the Storm Online