Posts tagged as: Estados Unidos

Agosto

19
2014

Residents, motorists stranded by raging floods in Arizona

Natalie     berde, Ulat & Natuklasan, Malubhang Events, Panahon Kaganapan     0

Cbsnews.com reports that...

Crews rescued residents and motorists after a monsoon surge that brought extensive flooding to Arizona, trapped residents in their homes, closed a major freeway and paralyzed traffic on several streetsCBS affiliate KPHO reported.

Flooding in the Phoenix area forced authorities to close several major roads, including a portion of Interstate 17, while elsewhere firefighters rescued multiple motorists and a small trailer park was evacuated.

Read more at www.cbsnews.com


Agosto

19
2014

Fire near Yosemite prompts 1,000 evacuation orders

Natalie     Ulat & Natuklasan, Malubhang Events, Panahon Kaganapan, dilaw     0

Usatoday.com ulat na ....

Six hundred firefighters worked Tuesday to control a nearly 2-square-mile fire burning in the Sierra Nevada foothills near Yosemite National Park.

The Junction Fire was 0% nasa, according to the Madera County Sheriff’s Office in central California. Apoy, which started Monday afternoon in the town of Oakhurst and was moving north, has damaged eight structures and injured one firefighter. One of the structures was an office next to a propane storage unit, which was protected from the flames.

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Agosto

14
2014

Heavy rain floods streets, basements

Natalie     Data, berde, Talaan, Ulat & Natuklasan, Panahon Kaganapan     0

M.wmtw.com reports that...

A downpour flooded parts of Maine on Wednesday night.Roads that flooded were Commercial Street, Auburn Street, Park Avenue and Marginal Way, Lt. Robert Ridge of Portland police said. The department had also received a report that the pond at Deering Oaks had expanded because of all the rainfall.

Read more at m.wmtw.com


Agosto

08
2014

Hurricanes and Typhoons churn the Pacific

Natalie     Data, Talaan, Ulat & Natuklasan, Panahon Kaganapan     0

Bbc.com reports that...

Hawaii braced for a second major storm in three days while a typhoon nears Japan. A hurricane warning was issued for Hawaii for the first time in 22 taon. Sarah Keith-Lucas reports for BBC Weather.

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Agosto

04
2014

Driven by Climate Change, Algae Blooms Behind Ohio Water Scare Are New Normal

Natalie     Data, berde, Talaan, Ulat & Natuklasan, Malubhang Events, Panahon Kaganapan     0

News.nationalgeographic.com reports that...

The toxic algae bloom in Lake Erie that provoked last weekend’s tap water ban in Toledo, Ohio—where nearly half a million people were told not to use water for drinking, cooking, or bathing—is a preview of similar problems to come around the world, siyentipiko sabihin, thanks in part to climate change

Northwest Ohio’s water ban was lifted Monday morning, but experts say harmful algal blooms that can turn tap water toxic and kill wildlife are becoming more common in coastal oceans and in freshwater across the United States and around the globe.

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Hulyo

28
2014

Fatal Strike a Rarity inLightning Proof” Southern California

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

News.nationalgeographic.com reports that...

Ang lightning strike on popular Venice Beach in Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon that left one person dead and 13 injured came in the midst of a thunderstorm that was highly unusual for the region.

Such storms normally miss the Southern California coast, but an unusual high-pressure system pulled in a hot, moist mass of air from the Gulf of California, which led to the lightning.

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Hulyo

28
2014

Revere hit by tornado

Natalie     Data, berde, Talaan, Ulat & Natuklasan, Panahon Kaganapan     0

Bostonglobe.com reports that...

A rare tornado roared through this seaside city with terrifying force Monday, uprooting hundreds of trees, ripping roofs off houses, and spurring an intensive recovery effort that could last weeks.

Carrying winds as high as 120 milya kada oras, the powerful storm cut a destructive path through Revere’s central business district. It damaged more than 100 homes and turned a quiet residential neighborhood into a scene of stunned confusion in just a few minutes.

The first tornado to hit Suffolk County in at least 60 taon, the twister snapped large oak trees and sent large sections of metal guardrails flying through the air, but no serious injuries were reported, opisyal ng sinabi.

Read more at www.bostonglobe.com


Hulyo

15
2014

2014 So Far: Coolest in U.S. Mula noon 1993; Wettest June Since 1989, Says NOAA

Natalie     Data, berde, Talaan, Ulat & Natuklasan, Panahon Kaganapan     0

Weather.com ulat na ....

The first half of 2014 was the coldest January-to-June period in the Lower 48 states in 21 taon, according to the federal government’s quarterly State of the Climate Report, released Tuesday by NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center.

Hunyo 2014 was the sixth wettest June on record for the contiguous U.S. (Lower 48 estado), the wettest since 1989.

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Hulyo

11
2014

Polar vortex to hit US with midsummer cold blast

Natalie     Paghuhula, Ulat & Natuklasan, Panahon Kaganapan     0

Nypost.com reports that...

It’s the revenge of the polar vortex!

A frigid cold air system will be moving through the eastern United States next week, leading to intense weather conditions reminiscent of last year’s dreaded polar vortex.

The approaching weather system is expected to bring overwhelmingly below-average temperatures to parts of the northern and northeastern US next week, beginning Monday or Tuesday, according to the Washington Post.

Read more at nypost.com


Hulyo

10
2014

Drought now covers almost 35% of U.S., and is predicted to grow

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

Boingboing.net reports that...

According to a weekly update at the U.S. Drought Portal (drought.gov!), “moderate” sa “bukod-tangi” drought now covers 34.3% of the contiguous United States.

Sa California, a full 36.5% of the state is now in that most severe “bukod-tangi” drought stage for the second week in a row. These conditions are not expected to improve any time soon.

Read more at boingboing.net