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Interesting Facts about Tornadoes

Interesting Facts about Tornadoes

All the continents of the world have experienced tornadoes except Antarctica.  Most of the reported tornadoes happened in the United States because it has the climate and geographical features conducive to massive storms.  Tornado is usually formed from intense thunderstorms. It becomes destructive and violent because of the strong rotating winds caused by its  upward […]

May 23, 2013 No Comments / Read More >>

Weather

Winter Storms Moving Across America

Winter Storms Moving Across America

The heavy snow storm, series of tornadoes and violent thunderstorms have been causing damages, injuries and even deaths across several states in America. According to the National Weather Service, snow storm is expected to hit the Southeast and Midwest this week. The accumulation of thick snow will be seen as far as Minneapolis. In Alabama […]

February 20, 2013 No Comments / Read More >>

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Australian States Hit by Wild Weather

Australian States Hit by Wild Weather

Queensland and New South Wales have been hammered by torrential rain and wild winds causing floods in cities and towns in low-lying areas. The wild weather has also caused small tornadoes leaving damage to properties and crops. The powerful winds and floodwaters have left some areas with no power and without water. Queensland The worst […]

January 28, 2013 No Comments / Read More >>

Current Events, Weather

Heat Wave and Bushfire in Australia

Heat Wave and Bushfire in Australia

Five Australian states have been hard hit by a series of heat waves and bushfires which began in Saturday, January 5, 2013. Heat waves reaching as high as 48.2º C and extremely dry conditions starting December 27, 2012 set the stage for one of the most dreadful bushfires in Australia’s history. Heat waves have seen […]

January 20, 2013 No Comments / Read More >>

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Heat Waves and Wildfires Hit U.S.

Heat Waves and Wildfires Hit U.S.

Record-high temperatures causing heat wave and deadly storms continue to hit many states in America.  Thousands of people have been affected by the power outage when a deadly heat-driven storm hit the eastern United States last Friday.The worst hit areas are West Virginia, South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska. Power companies have been in full force […]

July 4, 2012 No Comments / Read More >>

Current Events, Weather

Sydney’s Wettest Day in Autumn

Sydney's Wettest Day in Autumn

It is early autumn in Sydney but this morning its residents experienced the wettest day in March when torrential downpour sparked chaos in the transport system and triggered flash flooding in the metropolitan areas. The amount of rain was recorded as the heaviest daily rainfall in 5 years and the wettest day of the month […]

March 8, 2012 No Comments / Read More >>

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Interesting Facts about Europe’s Big Freeze

Interesting Facts about Europe's Big Freeze

Europe’s weather did not go well as it is this winter season and things began to pummel in a stage of deep peril. Massive snowfalls have infiltrated houses, hindered transportation and disappointed travelers and tourists under the freezing climate. The below average temperatures in twenty-two countries in Europe have caused deaths to hundreds with thousands […]

February 11, 2012 No Comments / Read More >>

Weather

Storm Formation

Storm Formation

Storms occur more frequently in many parts of the world than any other natural distress. They can take up anything in their path and rage inland. In arid regions where water is very scarce, like the Sahara and other dry lands, dust storms are fairly common. Hurricanes and typhoons are two other types occurring naturally […]

May 24, 2011 No Comments / Read More >>

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