Posts in category: Predictions

Feb

20
2015

Weekend Snow, Ice to Threaten an 1,800-Mile Corridor From Central to Eastern US

Natalie     Data, green, Predictions, Reports & Findings, Weather Events     0

M.accuweather.com reports that...

A storm developing over Texas will spread a swath of disruptive snow, ice and rain from the Plains and Midwest to the East this weekend.

Read more at m.accuweather.com


Feb

19
2015

Australia’s northeast braces for double cyclone hit

Natalie     Data, green, Predictions, Records, Reports & Findings, Weather Events     0

In.mobile.reuters.com reports that...

Two cyclones bearing down on northeastern Australia dramatically intensified on Thursday as emergency officials warned residents to take shelter on higher ground ahead of torrential rain and flooding, destructive winds and massive seas.

Read more at in.mobile.reuters.com


Feb

16
2015

Hot dry conditions to affect South Africa’s corn crop

Natalie     Data, green, Predictions, Records, Reports & Findings, Weather Events     0

Agprofessional.com reports that...

A quarter of South Africa’s corn crop could be ruined, as extreme heat and dry conditions sweep through its corn-producing regions, industry experts said on Thursday.

Read more at www.agprofessional.com


Feb

13
2015

Scientists measure bat populations in post-wildfire habitats

Natalie     Data, green, Predictions, Reports & Findings     0

M.phys.org reports that...

Bats are considered an indicator species of habitat health. Two NAU researchers are evaluating bat populations following the Wallow Fire in eastern Arizona. Credit: NAU postdoctoral scholar Faith Walker.

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Feb

10
2015

Record high ushers in string of warmer-than-normal temperatures for Lake Havasu City

Natalie     Data, green, Predictions, Records, Reports & Findings, Weather Events     0

M.havasunews.com reports that...

Lake Havasu City saw record high temperatures on Sunday and higher than average temperatures are expected for the rest of the week and over the coming months, according to the National Weather Service.

Read more at m.havasunews.com


Feb

06
2015

Home on the water 

Natalie     Data, green, Predictions, Reports & Findings     0

Photography.nationalgeographic.com reports that...

Higher seas have already allowed salt water to flow inland through the canals. Gates now keep out most salt water, and massive pumps, including on the Miami River, keep canals from overflowing by pushing excess rainwater out to the ocean. Given just two feet of sea-level rise, more than 80 percent of the gates will no longer work.

Read more at photography.nationalgeographic.com


Feb

03
2015

Brazil Faces Recession as Drought Drags On

Natalie     Data, green, Predictions, Records, Reports & Findings, Severe Events, Weather Events     0

M.voanews.com reports that...

Sao Paulo, Brazil’s largest city, has nearly run out of water and the whole country faces power rationing as the worst drought in more than 80 years dries up hydroelectric reservoirs.

Read more at m.voanews.com


Jan

28
2015

Heightened Temperatures Robbed Our Seas of Oxygen, and Could do it Again

Natalie     Data, green, Predictions, Records, Reports & Findings, Severe Events     0

Natureworldnews.com reports that...

A recent study of the ancient seafloor has revealed some surprising and worrying facts about our oceans’ past. Tens-of-thousands of years ago, our oceans suffered from severe oxygen loss just as massive ice sheets started to melt. Now, with sea ice and glaciers fast retreating in the wake of climate change, experts are worried about another instance of mass deoxygenation.

Read more at www.natureworldnews.com


Jan

27
2015

Climate Change Doubles Risk of Extreme La Niña

Natalie     Data, green, Predictions, Records, Reports & Findings, Weather Events     0

App.laboratoryequipment.com reports that...

The risk of extreme La Niña events in the Pacific Ocean could double because of global warming, new research has shown. The projected twofold increase in the frequency of this potentially devastating weather phenomenon across the globe could lead to increased droughts in south-western U.S., floods in the western Pacific regions and Atlantic hurricanes.

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Jan

26
2015

Northeast Arkansas in drought, brings risk for wildfires

Natalie     Data, green, Predictions, Reports & Findings, Weather Events     0

M.kait8.com reports that...

Thomas Lindsey with the Arkansas Forestry Commission said that even though the drought is already at a moderate risk, issues with wildfires are just getting started.

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