Global Hazards - November 2006

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Global Focus

Radar animation of tornadic thunderstorm affecting southeastern North Carolina on November 16, 2006
NC Tornado
Global Hazards And Significant Events
November 2006
In the United States, a thunderstorm produced a deadly tornado in southeastern North Carolina on November 16, 2006. Additional information can be found below.
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Drought & Heat | Flooding | Storms | Tropical Cyclones | Extratropical Cyclones | Severe Winter Weather
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Drought conditions
Across the United States, significant drought affected areas of the Plains and Rocky Mountains. Extreme drought was also concentrated in northern areas of Minnesota, parts of Wyoming and Nebraska, as well as sections of Texas and Oklahoma.
Drought Monitor depiction as of November 28, 2006
U.S. Drought Monitor

Citing This Report

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information, State of the Climate: Global Hazards for November 2006, published online December 2006, retrieved on January 18, 2018 from