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Extreme Weather in Japan on July 01 2019 07:27 AM (UTC).
Situation Update No. 5 on July 04 2019 06:40 AM (UTC)


More than one million people in Japan have been ordered to leave their homes amid warnings of landslides and floods. Residents of the island of Kyushu were told to 'take steps to protect their lives' due to the heavy rain in the area. One elderly woman in Kagoshima city died after a mudslide hit her home.

The entire populations of Kagoshima city, Kirishima and Aira were ordered to leave, while another 930,000 people in the south of the island were also advised to evacuate. One woman in an evacuation center told NKH: 'I live alone next to a river, and it's scary to think of water rising', while another described the volume of rain as 'terrible'.

According to weather officials, 1,000mm (39in) of rain has fallen on the island since Friday. The bad weather is also expected to continue into the next week, ...

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Heat Wave in Alaska, USA on July 05 2019 04:47 AM (UTC).


The official temperature record fell. Anchorage hit 89 degrees Thursday to break the all-time highest temperature ever recorded at the official recording station. The previous record was 85 degrees set on June 14, 1969.

Several recording stations in the Anchorage area hit 90 degrees or higher. The Campbell Creek Science Center hit 91 degrees as of 5:00 p.m. Merrill Field also hit 90 degrees on Thursday...

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Forest / Wild Fire in Greece on July 05 2019 01:17 PM (UTC)


Two new brush fires broke out overnight on the Greek island of Evia, forcing the evacuation of four villages, authorities said Friday. The new wildfires came several hours after a major blaze led to the mobilization of more than 100 firefighters and the evacuation of another village. Firefighters managed to limit the spread of the initial fire, which was burning woodland and agricultural areas, but difficult terrain and high temperatures hampered their efforts to extinguish it...

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Volcano Activity in USA on July 05 2019 09:29 AM (UTC).
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Due to an increase in seismicity above background levels over at least the last 8 hours AVO is raising the Aviation Color Code to YELLOW and Alert Level to ADVISORY at Semisopochnoi

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Volcano Activity in USA on July 07 2019 02:47 AM (UTC).
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An earthquake swarm started on the evening of July 5 at the southern margin of Coso Volcanic Field in Inyo County, California. The swarm activity was triggered by a magnitude M5.4 earthquake at 9:19 PM PDT located 20 km (~20 miles) ESE of Little Lake, which itself was likely an aftershock of the M7.1 earthquake that occurred about an hour earlier 17 km NNE of Ridgecrest, and south of the Coso area. An average of about 30 earthquakes per hour have been detected since, most within the range of magnitude M1 to M3...

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Anyone remember a hurricane ever starting from US land ???

A trough of low pressure over the southeastern United States is
forecast to move southward toward the northeastern Gulf of Mexico,
where a broad low pressure area will likely form in a few days.

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Tornado in Romania on July 07 2019 03:40 PM (UTC).


The wind tore rooftops apart, downed a lot of trees and street lights; a house was completely destroyed in Miroslovesti village. A powerful tornado hurled across the city of Iasi, Romania; the disaster occurred on late July 6. Three people suffered and several houses were damaged in the tornado,...

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Currently in the longest thunderstorm I think I've ever been in.

Over 4 hours of thunder lightning and rain.

The forecast earlier was at 20% chance wtf. These storms popping up all over
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Currently in the longest thunderstorm I think I've ever been in.

Over 4 hours of thunder lightning and rain.

The forecast earlier was at 20% chance wtf. These storms popping up all over
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


Whoa! The city west of me got two inches of rain last night and had flash flooding. We are suppose to get hit later tonight. Very unsettled weather. We would normally be haying now, but haven't started. Almost no one has! Don't want the hay that is cut to get rained on!
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There's More Than One Way for a Tropical Storm or Hurricane to Form. Here's Why.

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Currently in the longest thunderstorm I think I've ever been in.

Over 4 hours of thunder lightning and rain.

The forecast earlier was at 20% chance wtf. These storms popping up all over
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


Whoa! The city west of me got two inches of rain last night and had flash flooding. We are suppose to get hit later tonight. Very unsettled weather. We would normally be haying now, but haven't started. Almost no one has! Don't want the hay that is cut to get rained on!
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Geezz. Almost 80% of virginia was in a flash flood watch today. Really strange, out of the blue.

It's kinda scary man how much the rain is messing with farmers. It's only gonna get worse man I hope not but I think we ain't seen the full wrath of this climate cycle. Not by a long shot.

I've been having so many dreams with water as the theme. Drowning, hit by tidal waves... it's really unnerving, these damn dreams
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There's More Than One Way for a Tropical Storm or Hurricane to Form. Here's Why.

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goodnews

Hope you had a great weekend goofy
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Currently in the longest thunderstorm I think I've ever been in.

Over 4 hours of thunder lightning and rain.

The forecast earlier was at 20% chance wtf. These storms popping up all over
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


Whoa! The city west of me got two inches of rain last night and had flash flooding. We are suppose to get hit later tonight. Very unsettled weather. We would normally be haying now, but haven't started. Almost no one has! Don't want the hay that is cut to get rained on!
 Quoting: bigD111


Geezz. Almost 80% of virginia was in a flash flood watch today. Really strange, out of the blue.

It's kinda scary man how much the rain is messing with farmers. It's only gonna get worse man I hope not but I think we ain't seen the full wrath of this climate cycle. Not by a long shot.

I've been having so many dreams with water as the theme. Drowning, hit by tidal waves... it's really unnerving, these damn dreams
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


Interesting! A high school friend of mine used to live in Portland and he had tsunami dreams, so many, he finally moved back to Montana, and hasn't had one since!
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Well we had a major thunderstorm! At least an inch of rain, big lightening and thunder, high winds. It was a boomer!
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Currently in the longest thunderstorm I think I've ever been in.

Over 4 hours of thunder lightning and rain.

The forecast earlier was at 20% chance wtf. These storms popping up all over
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


Whoa! The city west of me got two inches of rain last night and had flash flooding. We are suppose to get hit later tonight. Very unsettled weather. We would normally be haying now, but haven't started. Almost no one has! Don't want the hay that is cut to get rained on!
 Quoting: bigD111


Geezz. Almost 80% of virginia was in a flash flood watch today. Really strange, out of the blue.

It's kinda scary man how much the rain is messing with farmers. It's only gonna get worse man I hope not but I think we ain't seen the full wrath of this climate cycle. Not by a long shot.

I've been having so many dreams with water as the theme. Drowning, hit by tidal waves... it's really unnerving, these damn dreams
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


Interesting! A high school friend of mine used to live in Portland and he had tsunami dreams, so many, he finally moved back to Montana, and hasn't had one since!
 Quoting: bigD111


lol

Now that is sketchy, if you're having tsunami dreams living on the coast
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Extremely heavy rainfall floods Washington, D.C., nearly a month's worth of rain in 1 hour
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Massive floods hit Tafalla, Spain
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Extremely heavy rainfall floods Washington, D.C., nearly a month's worth of rain in 1 hour
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Thread: DC Flood Emergency
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Rained off and on all night here!
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Rained off and on all night here!
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no slinging hay today i am guessing? These rains are something else
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Rained off and on all night here!
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no slinging hay today i am guessing? These rains are something else
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No way! Still haven't cut any! Those that have are singing the blues!
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Flash Flood in Pakistan on July 10 2019 05:12 AM (UTC).


A glacial lake outburst flood has hit several villages in northwestern Pakistan, even affecting the prime minister's sister, officials said on Monday. The flash flood caused extensive damage to houses, roads and irrigation channels, while the communications infrastructure in Golen Gol in the Chitral district was also severely affected. The flood washed away multiple houses and cattle along with roads...

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NOAA: 12-month precipitation record hits all-time high for the third month in a row, U.S.

"Heavy rainfall during the month of June added to another record-breaking 12 months of precipitation for the contiguous U.S - the third consecutive time in 2019 (April, May and June) the past 12-month precipitation record has hit an all-time high."

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Why the upcoming heavy Gulf Coast rain could mean trouble around the US

"AccuWeather sees the greatest threat for flooding rainfall to be in southern Louisiana, where an AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 24 inches is expected."
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Extreme Weather in Greece on July 11 2019 03:15 AM (UTC).


Six foreign nationals, including two children, were killed and more than 100 other people injured after gale-force winds, rain and hailstorms struck northern Greece late on Wednesday, uprooting trees and collapsing roofs, authorities said. Television footage showed strong winds sweeping through a restaurant in the Halkidiki peninsula, a region popular with tourists in the summer.

Streets in towns in the area were dotted with uprooted pine trees and overturned motorcycles, photographs posted on websites showed. "It is the first time in my 25-year career that I have lived through something like this," Athansios Kaltsas, director of the Nea Moudania Medical Centre, where many of the injured were treated for fractures, told Greek television. "It was so abrupt, and so sudden," he said...

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Why the upcoming heavy Gulf Coast rain could mean trouble around the US

"AccuWeather sees the greatest threat for flooding rainfall to be in southern Louisiana, where an AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 24 inches is expected."
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Damn! That would knock us out!
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Thread: TSBARRY: Barry 's rainfall in Arkansas makes it the 5th state just since 2017 to set the record for highest rainfall from a tropical system!!!p86

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Thread: Hailstorm, heavy storm, cars submerged in parking garages in Pescara !!
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Critical Infrastructure Disruption in India on July 11 2019 04:20 PM (UTC).



Millions of Indians in Tamil Nadu are relying on water tank trucks to meet their daily needs. With the government able to meet only 40 percent of the water requirement, millions of people in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu are depending on water tank trucks because of an acute shortage caused by drying lakes and depleted groundwater. Sekhar Raghvan, a water expert, said Monday that taps were running dry, but that meteorologists expect rain in the state this week and people are pinning their hopes on that.

It rained for a while in the state two weeks ago, but not enough to replenish water bodies. Gauri Shankar, a hotel general manager, said he was running his hotel in Chennai, the state capital, by hiring two tank trucks to bring water every day at a cost of 4,000 rupees ($57) each. "There has been no improvement in the situation in the past month," Shankar said, adding that some companies have asked employees to work from home, and that some restaurants are closing early....

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