Posts in category: Data

Jul

31
2015

Cyclone Komen forces evacuation of thousands in Bangladesh

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Dnaindia.com reports that...

A cyclone set to hit the Bangladesh coast later on Thursday has already killed three people and forced the evacuation of thousands from mainly poor fishing communities, police and other officials said.

Read more at www.dnaindia.com


Jul

30
2015

Cold front brings rare July snow to three U.S. states News

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Theweathernetwork.com reports that...

On Monday, an intense cold front that some forecasters are calling ‘exceptional’ descended on the northern Rockies, bringing several centimetres of snow to Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.

Read more at www.theweathernetwork.com


Jul

30
2015

Iran city hits suffocating heat index of 154 degrees, near world record

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Washingtonpost.com reports that...

Wherever you live or happen to travel to, never complain about the heat and humidity again.

In the city of Bandar Mahshahr (population of about 110,000 as of 2010), the air felt like a searing 154 degrees (67.8 Celsius) today, factoring in the humidity.

Its actual air temperature was 109 degrees (42.8 Celsius) with an astonishing dew point temperature of 90 (32.2 Celsius). (If you use NOAA’s calculator, that actually computes to a heat index of 159 degrees).

Read more at www.washingtonpost.com


Jul

26
2015

On four continents, historic droughts wreak havoc

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Usatoday.com reports that...

California isn’t the only place experiencing record-breaking, intense drought — countries around the world such as Brazil, North Korea and South Africa are seeing lower-than-average precipitation.

Read more at www.usatoday.com


Jul

26
2015

Typhoon Halola cancels dozens of flights in Japan

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Au.news.yahoo.com reports that...

A strong typhoon brought travel misery to Japan on Saturday as fierce winds and heavy rain caused the cancellation of dozens of domestic flights to the country’s southwest island chain, Okinawa.

Read more at au.news.yahoo.com


Jul

25
2015

Snowpack drought has salmon dying in overheated rivers

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Seattletimes.com reports that...

Migrating salmon on the Columbia River face tough odds for survival as the lack of snowmelt water and searing summer heat have sent water temperatures soaring.

Read more at www.seattletimes.com


Jul

25
2015

Tropical Storm Halola Targets Southern Japan, South Korea

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M.accuweather.com reports that...

Tropical Storm Halola remains on track to whip through the Korea Strait late in the weekend, bringing gusty wind and rain to southern South Korea and southwestern Japan.

Read more at m.accuweather.com


Jul

22
2015

Pakistan Military Helicopters, Boats Evacuate Flood Victims

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Abcnews.go.com reports that...

Pakistan’s military deployed helicopters and boats Wednesday to evacuate flood victims from the country’s north, where monsoon rains and flash floods washed away several villages this week.

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Jul

21
2015

Heavy rainfall causes flooding in west, south Wichita

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Kansas.com reports that...

Heavy rainfall in the Wichita area on Tuesday afternoon snarled traffic during the evening commute, flooding streets across west and south Wichita and closing intersections.

Read more at www.kansas.com


Jul

15
2015

Officials say 4 dead, several still missing after Midwest floods

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Upi.com reports that...

Severe weather in the Midwest this week continues to have deadly consequences, as officials in Kentucky and Indiana said Wednesday that two more people have died there.

Two people had previously been reported dead in Kentucky, which was pummeled by heavy rains and subsequent flash flooding this week. Wednesday, another person was found dead in Kentucky and another in Indiana — bringing the storm’s total death toll to four.

Read more at www.upi.com