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The calm before the storm?
As Irene grows to 500 miles across and closes in on New York city, many viewers report that it's "eerily quiet" in the city. The Weather Channel's Jeff Ranieri discusses if this is the calm before the storm or if Hurricane Irene is losing some steam.
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Deadly East Coast storm causes destruction, cuts off power01:19
Severe storms batter Northeast with winds, heavy rain, large hail02:17
Severe weather causes rush hour chaos along the East Coast01:27
New volcanic lava fissure in Hawaii prompts more evacuations02:18
Hawaii volcano dangers grow as new cracks spew lava02:27