The June 2019 was the hottest June in the entire history of weather observations

Last month was the hottest June in the entire history of weather observations. Data provided by the service of the Copernicus Climate Change (C3S), led by the European centre for medium-range weather forecasts showed that the global average temperature in June 2019 was the highest in the entire history of observations (with data for June of all years of observation). So, the average European temperature was more than 2 °C…

July 3, 2019
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After the terrible hail of the machine and at home on the streets of the Mexican town drowned under a thick layer of snow and ice

On Sunday morning, 30 June, crazy weather brought the inhabitants of the Mexican city unusual summer surprise. After the strong castle of street, suburb of Guadalajara is literally turned into an ice river. The snow level in some places reached 1.5 meters. An avalanche of ice was buried under a machine, people who were at that moment on the road, escaped from the disaster on the roofs of their cars….

July 1, 2019
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+32 ºC and above: new York is approaching the first wave of this heat

June 27, 2019

The first wave of real heat of summer to the beginning of Friday, June 28, will come to the North-East of the country – in the Atlantic States. High pressure from the Tennessee valley will spread to the East coast at the end of this week. As reported by weather forecasters, a «corridor» Interstate 95 from new York to Washington (D. C.) the air temperature exceeds 90 ºF (+32 ºC),…

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In Colorado the summer started with 2 feet of snow

Nothing says the beginning of the summer season, as nearly two feet of snow in a Sunny day in June. If you don’t believe, ask the residents of Colorado. At the time, like in Florida, the temperature soared to 32C, and because of the heat declared a weather alert in the Centennial state, the snow began to fall on Friday — at an altitude of about 7,000 feet, West of…

June 23, 2019
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According to the New Orleans fly swarms of «blind mosquitoes» that smell of rot and fish food. Fu

Like in the movie «the Birds», but with the mosquitoes and no-kill. The inhabitants of New Orleans witnessed the invasion of billions of insects, clinging to the windshields of vehicles and Windows of buildings across the city and its surroundings. Water gnats — also known as «blind mosquitoes» — do not bite, do not drink blood and do not carry disease. Moreover, the presence of insects usually lay eggs in…

June 21, 2019
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Virginia had the amazing cloud tsunami

June 19, 2019

Photo shared by Amy Christie hunter, is really amazing. Clouds over the mountains, Smith mountain has created an almost perfect picture of the waves with fancy crests, reminiscent of the canvases of the old Japanese painters or paintings by van Gogh. The majority of those who saw the photo, recognized that they had never seen anything like it. This cloud tsunami is a rare natural phenomenon that scientists call Kelvin…

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Analysts predicted the global crisis by 2050

«Nearly one billion people will be forced to move due to unlivable conditions. Two billion will face water scarcity. Agriculture in subtropical areas of the die. Food is a critical little», — such forecast was made by scientists in the year 2050. The report endorsed the retired Admiral Chris Barrie, who headed the armed forces of Australia from 1998 to 2002. The report was written by David Spratt, the Director…

June 5, 2019
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Checking social networks makes it mandatory for all U.S. visas

With the introduction of the new rules, people applying for U.S. visa, you will need to provide information about their accounts in social networks. Under the new rules of the state Department, people will have to provide information about the social media accounts, email addresses and phone numbers for 5 years. When the proposal was made last year, authorities estimate that it will annually affect 14.7 million people. Certain applicants…

June 2, 2019
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In the United States continue to rage tornadoes, thunderstorms and floods

Tornado season continues to rage, bringing floods and thunderstorms. The element destroys the house, deprives the Americans of a roof over your head and takes away life. Since the beginning of the year recorded 960 reports of tornadoes across the country as of may 28. It is already 200 more than in previous years. In the evening a tornado struck Texas, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania. Some residents were forced to leave…

May 30, 2019
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Numerous tornadoes hit the United States, destroying trees and tearing the house to pieces

Oklahoma, Arkansas, Nebraska, Ohio and Indiana are faced with severe weather disasters in the last days. In the States, was lashed with heavy rains, hail, strong storms, tornado. Millions of Americans suffered from bad weather, houses destroyed, power lines are damaged. In some districts of Arkansas began evacuating, fearing disastrous floods in the cities of van Buren and Fort Smith. Warnings are also announced in Oklahoma, Tulsa. On the weekend,…

May 28, 2019
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