Ring of Fire Will Bring Storm and Thunderstorm to the West Central United States

September 8, 2020

Due to extremely high July temperatures in parts of the United States, meteorologists are seriously worried about the so-called «ring of fire» effect. Scientists believe that nature will add sparkle to traditional fireworks for July 4th. Ring of Fire will cause thunderstorms and storms in some areas in the west-central United States. Difficult weather conditions will hit a wide area — from New Mexico and Colorado through the central plains…

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«Like a Movie»: Massachusetts Storm Flooded Hospital, Trapped Dozens of Drivers

September 8, 2020

A severe thunderstorm caused floods in Massachusetts, which literally drowned cities in water. The National Weather Service (NWS) office in Boston said more than 3 inches of rainwater fell in southeastern Massachusetts, causing storms followed by flash flooding. “The weather today is simply unthinkable. — wrote Norwood Police Chief William Brooks on social networks — Floods are everywhere, many drivers are trapped. Rainfall was especially heavy in Norwood, where the…

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Hurricane Laura has killed at least 14 people

September 8, 2020

The death toll in Louisiana and Texas rose to 14 on Friday after it was hit by Hurricane Laura. Hurricane Laura hit the Louisiana coast as a Category 4 storm with a wind force of 150 miles per hour. It is the worst storm to hit the state since 1856. According to the Associated Press, the death toll from the Category 4 hurricane in the United States was 14, with…

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Hurricane Laura hits Louisiana, forecasters warn of more than two stories high wall of water

September 8, 2020

Hurricane Laura hit the Louisiana coast early Thursday morning in one of the worst storms to hit the state. Laura reached shore — in a marshy and particularly vulnerable to storm surge — around 1am and was classified as a Category 4 hurricane. “This is one of the strongest storms on this stretch of the coastline. Said David Roth, National Weather Service forecaster. «We are concerned that the storm surge…

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Hurricane Marco and Laura ready to strike the fatal blow on the US east coast

September 8, 2020

Hurricane Marco and Tropical Storm Laura dealt a devastating blow to the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, forcing thousands of coastal residents to evacuate. Marco, which escalated into a hurricane on Sunday, is projected to reach the coast off the Louisiana coast on Monday. Laura, who hit the Dominican Republic and Haiti earlier Sunday and killed at least 10 people, is tentatively set to escalate into a…

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California forest fires trigger 10,000 lightning strikes

September 8, 2020

Forest fires have caused more than 10,000 lightning strikes across California. California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency after 367 fires hit the state, 23 of which are considered major. They were the result of hot weather and more than 10,000 lightning strikes in the past few days. This is the worst thunderstorm in the state in ten years. Fires have already destroyed 330 thousand acres of…

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Death Valley has the highest temperature on Earth

September 8, 2020

A reading of 54.4 Celsius (130F) was taken at the Furnace Creek weather station in the global California National Park at 3:41 pm on Sunday — and nearly broke a record 100 years ago. However, this figure is disputed by meteorological experts, who claim that the readings were inaccurate. Many believe that true record temperatures of 129F were previously recorded in Death Valley on June 30, 2013, and Kuwait and…

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Tropical storm Arthur approaching North Carolina

Tropical storm Arthur, the first named storm in the Atlantic in 2020, will bring strong surf, heavy rains and gusty winds to the coast of North Carolina. It is expected that the storm, which is moving to the North-East at a speed of 12 miles per hour will crash into the shore. It is predicted that Arthur will turn to pick up speed, moving in the direction of North Carolina,…

May 18, 2020
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Texas – tornado and waterspout: element uprooted trees and destroyed buildings

In North Texas the weekend storm raged, which brought tornadoes to the city of Malakoff, about 70 miles Southeast of Dallas. The national weather service issued warnings for the region of probable floods due to heavy rain. In Malakoff trees were uprooted by strong winds, several buildings destroyed. Jenny R. sent us these photos of a possible tornado in Malakoff, TX earlier this afternoon. Based on the damage it does……

May 18, 2020
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On the border of Nevada and California earthquake by force 6,5 points

According to the U.S. Geological survey (USGS), in a remote part of Western Nevada early Friday morning, may 15, occurred an earthquake measuring 6.5 points. The earthquake occurred at 4:03 am about 130 miles Southeast of Reno and 60 miles East of Mono lake — about halfway between Las Vegas and Reno, near the California border. According to the USGS, tremors were at a depth of 4.7 miles. Re-push force…

May 15, 2020
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