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The Weather Channel wants you to know there's a more pressing issue than the weather right now

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The Weather Channel has a message for Americans: Puerto Rico is still in crisis. 


The popular website of the IBM-owned company on Friday used its entire front page to remind visitors that the situation in Puerto Rico remains dire, exactly one month after Category 4 Hurricane Maria struck the island. Millions of residents remain without power, and many still lack access to clean water. 


"AMERICA, THIS IS STILL HAPPENING," declares the website's top headline. All the stories on the front page featured stories on the island. The organization also did the same on its mobile app.


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