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Agosto

13
2014

Swiss train derailed in landslide

Natalie     Data, Fatalities, Ulat & Natuklasan, Uncategorized, Panahon Kaganapan, dilaw     0

Bbc.com reports that...

A train has derailed after a landslide near the Swiss ski resort of St Moritz. BBC Weather’s Helen Willetts has the latest on the rain in that region.

Magbasa nang higit pa sa www.bbc.com


Agosto

09
2014

#Sweden battles to control huge wildfire

Natalie     Data, Fatalities, Talaan, Ulat & Natuklasan, Malubhang Events, Uncategorized, Panahon Kaganapan, dilaw     0

Mwcnews.net reports that...

Fire services backed by helicopters and special planes are fighting a huge forest fire raging for a ninth day in central Sweden, the worst seen in Scandinavia in decades.Officials said on Friday that the blazes were not yet under control but had not spread overnight.A day earlier, more than three million litres of water were dumped from the air in addition to ground efforts to control the fire.

Read more at mwcnews.net


Hulyo

02
2014

Prairie flooding prompts evacuations in western Manitoba – Manitoba – CBC News

Jodde     Pinsala sa paglipas ng $ 500M, pula, Malubhang Events, Uncategorized, Panahon Kaganapan     0

Cbc.ca ulat na ....

Widespread overland flooding in Saskatchewan and Manitoba prompted the evacuation of some homes in western Manitoba on Tuesday night.

Magbasa nang higit pa sa www.cbc.ca


Hunyo

16
2014

Violent global weather

Jodde     Uncategorized     0

A flood plain is an area around a river’s banks that receives regular flooding.  Floods are not always a bad thing.  When they are planned; when river flows stay within their flood plain, they are good for crop fertilization and even tourism in Ethiopia, viz. whitewater rafting. Gayunman, when huge amounts of rain cause floods away from rivers, or when rivers overflow their banks in excess of their flood plains, as they did in Brasil, ngayong linggo, crops are destroyed, tourism hurt, and lives lost.  The flood claimed the lives of ten people and caused 130 cities to declare a state of emergency.  The World Cup city, Curitiba was hit heavily, as well as the popular tourist attraction, Iguazu Falls.   Meanwhile, sa Taywan, tropical storm Hagibis has caused a number of landslides, but fortunately no deaths or injuries have been reported.  Hagibis is the first tropical storm of the season.

Sa iba pang balita, deadly weather in Pilger, Nebraska spawned at least two tornados.  At least one of them was an EF-5.  The massive tornado.  One person is confirmed dead and 16 people were being treated for life threatening injuries.  Several houses, and even a grain elevator full of corn were completely decimated.


Hunyo

09
2014

Apoy, floods and heat plague world’s cities

Jodde     Uncategorized     0

In a bizarre incident in Siberya, part of an ICBM (Intercontinental ballistic missile) washed up on the doorstep of a rather confused and no doubt alarmed traffic cop.  The massive metal tube contains no warhead, is not dangerous and is believed to have been used in manufacturing cold war era missiles.  The flooding in Russia is comparatively minor.  Neighboring Siberya is inundated with their worst flood in 45 taon.  The flood there displaced over 20,000 people at least temporarily, and flooded over 9,000 bukid. Bilang karagdagan, one person has died and twelve bridges have been destroyed.  Tragedy also struck in Apganistan ngayong linggo, where flash flooding has left thousands of people homeless and at least 80 patay.  Sahib Nazar, a resident of Guzirga I-nur saidI have lost everything, my parents, my wife and five children,” through tears. “I have buried my mother, wife and three of my children, but still looking for my father and two other children’s bodies.”  Meanwhile, a powerful freak thunderstorm killed nine people in the National Capital Region of India.  The storm is also blamed for several injuries and power outages. Sa Gitnang KanluranEstados Unidos, tennis ball size hail decimated cars and roofs, even walls.  Flash flooding also followed the hail.  There were even up to 14 tornados.

Shortly after Oregon Gobernador, John Kitzhaber declared drought emergencies in Grant, Josephine and Wheeler counties, a fire has broken out in Two Bulls, Oregon.  The fire has already consumed 6800 acres, (2751 ay) and is only 5% nasa. 700 firefighters are already battling the blaze. Samantala, a fire near Fairbanks, Alaska is raging out of control.  It is currently 22.5 sq.  mi (58.2 sq. km)and growing. Crews have also contained an 80 acre (32.3 ay) fire is burning in central Idaho.

For all articles in the past week click dito. 


Hunyo

09
2014

9 patay, several injured as surprise thunderstorm hits NCR regionHindustan Times

Jodde     Fatalities, pula, Uncategorized, Panahon Kaganapan     0

Hindustantimes.com reports that...

Kahit 9 people were killed on Friday in the NCR region, kasama 6 sa Delhi, as a massive thunder storm lashed the region crippling road traffic, metro services and flight operations and hitting power supply.

Read more at www.hindustantimes.com


Hunyo

09
2014

BBC News – Flash floods halt Lincoln and Worksop rail services

Jodde     Uncategorized     0

Bbc.co.uk ulat na ....

Heavy rain across Lincolnshire and north Nottinghamshire has led to rail services being suspended between Lincoln and Worksop.

Magbasa nang higit pa sa www.bbc.co.uk


Mayo

23
2014

Tornadoes, large hail smack Colorado – CNN.com

Jodde     Uncategorized     0

Cnn.com ulat na ....

A fierce weather system featuring baseball-sized hail and multiple tornadoes ripped through Colorado on Wednesday afternoon, spurring warnings to people in and around Denver to take cover.

Magbasa nang higit pa sa www.cnn.com


Mayo

23
2014

Late Frost and Severe Weather Hampers Local Growers

Jodde     Uncategorized     0

1011now.com reports that...

A mid-May frost and severe weather damaged many products on farms around Lincoln, including a strawberry crop at the Roca Berry Farm and potentially thousands of pounds of grapes at James Arthur Vineyards.

Read more at www.1011now.com


John

22
2014

Dramatic Varied Weather

Jodde     Blog, Uncategorized     0

The way January is shaping up, people might just remember 2013 as a calm year in weather.  That is a phenomenon called creeping normalcy, which at The Global Warming Foundation, we aim to fight.  It is basically a trick of memory, as we remember sharply demarcated changes better than gradual ones.  In the news this week, floodwaters have inundated the Pilipinas at Indonesiya, while in North America the polar vortex, ang “holein the jet stream letting through tons of freezing arctic air, is causing temperatures as low as -40ºC (º F). Samantala, unprecedented drought spawned fires in California are raging out of control.  The drought threatens to causeexplosive firesfor at least the next few months.

I-click ang dito for all the articles used this week.