Weather events

May

29
2017

Moscow storm: 16 killed in Russian capital and region – BBC News

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Bbc.com reports that...

Sixteen people were killed when a severe thunderstorm hit Moscow and the region around the Russian capital on Monday, officials say.

Read more at www.bbc.com


May

24
2017

Wildfire forces evacuations at Washington state tourism spot | The Spokesman-Review

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Spokesman.com reports that...

LEAVENWORTH, Wash. – A wildfire that started at an old log-storage site and prompted evacuation orders for 168 homes and cabins at a popular Washington state hiking and skiing destination was 50 percent contained Wednesday afternoon, officials said.

Read more at www.spokesman.com


May

21
2017

Gate Fire scorches 1,500 acres near Jamul | fox5sandiego.com

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Fox5sandiego.com reports that...

JAMUL, Calif. – The wildfire burning south of Jamul near state Route 94 has charred about 1,500 acres and was 30 percent contained as of Sunday morning, authorities said.

Read more at fox5sandiego.com


May

20
2017

May 15 through May 20, severe thunderstorms – including tornadoes – and flash flooding pelted parts of the Plains and Midwest.

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Weather.com reports that...

Additionally, hail up to 2.50 inches in diameter was reported in the city of Rush, Kentucky, Saturday afternoon.

Friday night into Saturday morning, flash flooding was reported in portions of Oklahoma and southern Missouri. In Reagan and Pontotoc, Oklahoma, homes were evacuated due to flooding, and in Krebs, Oklahoma, water reached the doorways of homes.

Read more at weather.com


May

19
2017

Arctic stronghold of world’s seeds flooded after permafrost melts

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Https reports that...

It was designed as an impregnable deep-freeze to protect the world’s most precious seeds from any global disaster and ensure humanity’s food supply forever. But the Global Seed Vault, buried in a mountain deep inside the Arctic circle, has been breached after global warming produced extraordinary temperatures over the winter, sending meltwater gushing into the entrance tunnel.

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May

19
2017

Colorado towns hit with 3 feet of snow. Happy May.

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Https reports that...

A May snowstorm continued to pound the central and northern Rockies on Friday, a day after burying portions of Colorado under three feet of snow.

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May

07
2017

Thunderstorm hits mango crop – TAMIL NADU – The Hindu

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Thehindu.com reports that...

The thunderstorm that lashed the district over the weekend may have come as a relief to most, but it has caused extensive damage to mango growers of Pochampalli.

Read more at www.thehindu.com


Apr

30
2017

Heat wave melting record snowpack in Northern California | News | heraldcourier.com

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Heraldcourier.com reports that...

SAN FRANCISCO AP — Forecasters expect at least one California river to hit flood stage later this week as a heat wave melts record snowpack in the Sierra Nevada.

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Apr

30
2017

Heatwave continues in Karachi, Hyderabad as Lahore enjoys rain

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Https reports that...

Temperatures in Karachi and Hyderabad are expected to surge as high as 41° Celsius on Sunday, as the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) forecasts very hot weather conditions in Sindh and lower Balochistan during the next 12-24 hours. Dry conditions are predicted to prevail in most parts of the country.

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Apr

30
2017

Historic flooding event underway in Mississippi Valley

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Https reports that...

By Saturday morning, up to 4 inches of rain had fallen over parts of Missouri, Oklahoma, and Illinois, with more than 6 inches between Evansville, IN, and Louisville, KY between Friday and Saturday.

By Sunday morning, as much as 11 inches of rain had fallen on parts of southern Missouri and northern Arkansas, with amounts up to 8 inches recorded from Oklahoma to Indiana.

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