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In the middle of a weekday shift in 2002, employees at Scranton Lace Company were informed by the company's vice president that the company would shutter its doors "effective immediately." The facility, which had been running for more than 100 years and was the world's leading producer of Nottingham lace, was quickly abandoned, and photos show half-finished material, looms and spools eerily left behind. It's an eerie reminder of how a rapidly changing economy can gut entire industries. Photographer Liz Roll snapped photos in textile factories throughout the eastern U.S., from Pennsylvania to Virginia. But Scranton Lace Company makes up the bulk of the photo collection, and the story behind the company is rich and all too familiar. Click the link in our bio to see more images and to read the story. Photos by @rollfilm
What’s in store for this winter? We’ve released our winter outlook. Click the link in our bio to find out what to expect.
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Hurricane Delta is expected to make landfall along the Gulf Coast later this week. Stay safe as damaging winds, destructive storm surge, heavy rains & tornado spin ups are possible. Track the storm, plus breaking news alerts in The Weather Channel App. Click the link in our profile to download.
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Get severe weather updates from your homescreen. The Weather Channel widgets let you know when the weather turns for the worse in a single glance. Stay safe out there. Download the latest version of the app - link in our bio.
Big news for iPhone users: You can access your local forecast, safety alerts & radar snapshots–right from your homescreen. All you need is iOS 14 & the latest version of our app. Click the link in our bio to download the latest version.
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If we stress you out or put you on high alert – Sorry...not sorry. Because weather can turn in an instant and you have decisions to make. As the world’s leading weather provider, we provide critical #weather information wherever you are. Click the link in the bio to learn more.
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Pensacola, Florida

Pensacola, Florida, is underwater as #HurricaneSally passes through the area today. The storm is bringing heavy rain, high winds and a dangerous storm surge. Click the link in our bio to see more images. Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Many evacuating from the California #wildfires don't know if they'll have a home to return to. When we met John at a supermarket, he was one such resident.

Cameron Parish, Louisiana

Just how much oil spilled due to Hurricane Laura? The answer is still unknown but aerial images show miles of sheen. Click the link in our bio to read more. Photo by Julie Dermansky / @juliedermansky
Stay prepared as Sally approaches the Gulf Coast with damaging winds, storm surge, and flooding rain. Track the storm with 6-hour future radar and get breaking news alerts in The Weather Channel App. To download the app, click the link in our profile.
Sally has intensified into a hurricane and is tracking toward the northern Gulf Coast, bringing dangerous storm surge, flooding rainfall and damaging winds. Click the link in our bio to learn more.
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