At least three people were killed on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, as 'fiercest' snowfall in terms of intensity and volume since 2008 hit Greece, according to the National Meteorological Service. The snowfall caused havoc across the country, including in the capital Athens, mainly resulting in widespread disruption. Heavy snowfall, accompanied by gale-force winds battered the country … Continue reading Historic snowstorm leaves 3 dead in Greece
A rare deep freeze in Texas that raised demand for power forced the state’s electric grid operator on Monday to impose rotating blackouts, leaving 4 million customers without power even as temperatures dipped to teeth-chattering levels.The cold snap sweeping Texas reached the northern part of neighboring Mexico as well, where authorities said 4.7 million users … Continue reading Cold snap leaves 8 million in Texas, Mexico without power
As a cold arctic air mass remains in place across much of the United States, wintry precipitation will bring hazards to the Pacific Northwest, the Southern Plains, Mississippi Valley into the Ohio Valley, and the Mid-Atlantic to Northeast this weekend into at least early next week. Temperatures will remain 11 - 22 °C (20 to … Continue reading Extreme cold hits United States – electricity and heating prices surge as infrastructure fails to deliver
Low temperatures records have been tumbling across the planet of late, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere — North America, Europe, and Asia have each logged thousands of new cold records this winter, and now the situation looks set to intensify even further… Latest GFS runs show a hemisphere-wide hyperborean invasion starting now and running all of next week, with … Continue reading THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE’S BIG FREEZE
Look at these satellite images.They clearly show extreme cold air engulfing North America, Europe and Asia simultaneously… This really looks like patterns from a Grand Solar Minimum and Mini Ice Age. And there are no signs of warming ahead!North America is now on course for something widespread truly historic. CNN even claiming: This week’s polar vortex will be cold enough … Continue reading Unprecedented arctic blasts to deep freeze North America, Europe and Asia SIMULTANEOUSLY now!
Southwesterly monsoon has brought heavy rains and destructive flooding to parts of western India over the past days, resulting in two fatalities each in Gujarat and Karnataka. Numerous towns recorded more than 100 mm (4 inches) until Monday evening, July 6, 2020, while as many as 70 people were evacuated from the Saurashtra region where … Continue reading Extreme rainfall, destructive floods hit parts of western India
At least nine people have lost their lives after heavy downpour over the past days triggered flash flooding and landslides in central and western Nepal. Rescue efforts continued on Monday, July 6, 2020, but were hampered due to blocked roads and severe weather conditions. Heavy rains on July 2 caused a landslide in the Ishma Rural … Continue reading Deadly landslides and flash floods hit Nepal
A powerful bomb cyclone wreaked havoc across the southern Brazilian state of Parana on June 30, 2020. The ferocious storm killed at least ten people as the region was lashed by winds of up to 120kph. The severe tempest ripped up trees, tore roofs off buildings and sent locals running indoors, while bombarding the streets with high-speed … Continue reading Ferocious Bomb Cyclone Explodes in Southern Brazil, Killing at Least 10 and Destroying Everything on its Path – 600,000 People in the Dark (Videos)
The Beijing Meteorological Observatory issued a yellow warning signal for thunder and lightning early on Thursday but residents were shocked when the warning went on to include a rare summer hailstorm. The hailstones were not particularly large, averaging about the size of ping pong balls, though this was sufficient to cause considerable damage, affecting more … Continue reading Coronavirus-Shaped Hailstones “the Size of Eggs” Fall in China: An End-of Days Omen?
After a month that featured blistering heat waves across Europe, relentless rising temperatures in India, and sweltering temperatures in Alaska that culminated in record heat at the beginning of July, June 2019 became the hottest June on record for the globe, according to a new report released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). … Continue reading World just experienced hottest June in 140 years of recordkeeping