National Weather Service Predicts Smoke Over W.Va. Could Dissipate, Temporarily

National Weather Service Meteorologist Jennifer Berryman said an expected shift in the air flow high up in the atmosphere could temporarily cause the smoke to dissipate in time for the July Fourth weekend.

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Ohio Valley's Severe Flood Risk Among The Highest, Report Shows

The Ohio River Basin could expect to see a flood every five to 10 years that once happened only once every century, according to the nonprofit First Street Foundation’s National Risk Assessment.

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Severe Weather Moves Into The State 

Thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening have the potential to produce damaging winds and large hail, as well as heavy rainfall which could lead to minor flooding.

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WVU Researchers Work To Improve Access To Blue Economy

Two West Virginia University researchers are working to find ways to connect underserved populations to natural environments, specifically the ocean, through what is called the Blue Economy.

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