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EPIC STORM TO PORTUGAL AND NORTH SPAIN!!! RED ALLERT JUST NOW!!! Min Pressure 967.8 hPa!!!
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[quote:Luisport:MV8yMTEzNjg2XzM1NjUzNjA2X0MxNzM0OTBE] [quote:Luisport:MV8yMTEzNjg2XzM1NjUzNTM5Xzc4QTdCOTA2] [color=red][b]This event is similar to the ciclone of 1941[/b]: [/color] 1941 - Cyclone On February 15, 1941 Portugal was devastated by a cyclone which left a trail of destruction across the country, and a large number of dead, wounded and missing. The extent and severity of damage even took it to be remembered as "the day the cyclone." According to reports at the time, the cyclone formed between Madeira and Cape St. Vincent and the wind will hit in Lisbon speed of 127 km / h. In the rest of the country the winds reached even higher, with the anemometer Serra do Pilar to record gusts of 167 km / h. The damage was considerable: roads cut, thousands of trees uprooted, houses destelhadas, chimneys toppled, homeless families, telegraph and telephone connections interrupted, sinking ships, etc.., As can be seen in the news published in the journal The Century that here we provide. http://www.cm-lisboa.pt/municipio/historia/historial-das-catastrofes-de-lisboa/1941-ciclone [/quote] Images of 1941 ciclone!!! http://www.google.pt/search?q=ciclone+1941+portugal&hl=pt-PT&tbo=u&tbm=isch&source=univ&sa=X&ei=s5n5UO7RNIm2hQecr4GoDw&sqi=2&ved=0CGkQsAQ&biw=1366&bih=616 [/quote]
Giant Wave Impact in Other on Thursday, 17 January, 2013 at 10:39 (10:39 AM) UTC.
Luxury cruise line Silversea has been forced to cancel a cruise onboard the Silver Explorer after the ship was damaged by a giant wave in rough weather while on an 18-night voyage in South America. Media reports claimed four crew suffered minor injuries when a wave struck in the waters between Tierra del Fuego and Antarctica. The cruise line confirmed all 133 passengers and 113 crew were safe, but the damage to the ship was severe enough for Silversea to cut short the cruise and to cancel its next sailing on January 21. The ship has returned to Ushuaia in Argentina, where it departed in early January. It is expected to resume service with a 10-night cruise departing on January 31. [
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