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World Natural Disaster & Weather Reports.
« on: May 07, 2015, 12:15:22 PM »
Philippines on Alert for Typhoon Noul.
6th May 2015

Residents of the Philippines are being put on alert for potential impacts from Typhoon Noul, which will be a powerful typhoon when it approaches the Philippines this weekend.
Yap took the brunt of Noul through Wednesday, local time has torrential rain and strong winds battered the island. Rainfall totaled more than 250 mm (10 inches) before rainfall tapered off Wednesday night.
Yap was struck by Super Typhoon Maysak at the end of March and early April. Major damage ensued across parts of the island.
Although impacts are not expected to be as extreme from Noul, the combination of heavy rain and strong winds.

After passing Yap, further strengthening will cause Noul to become a powerful typhoon as it tracks across the Philippine Sea later this week. Winds could become equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane before Noul makes its closest approach or threatens to make landfall in the Philippines this weekend.
How close Noul tracks to the Philippines will determine the severity of its impacts to the nation.

Noul is currently crawling to the west, but an eventual turn to the north is expected as it nears the Philippines.
Latest indications point toward Noul tracking close enough to the Philippines to bring rain and wind to northern Luzon. That is especially true in northeastern Luzon, where Noul will make its closest approach or landfall.
Luzon would escape the worst of the typhoon if Noul curves away from the island far enough offshore.

Confidence is growing that Manila will escape any impacts dangerous impacts from Noul.

Regardless of the path Noul takes through the Philippine Sea, seas will become extremely dangerous into this week with rough surf building along the eastern beaches of the Philippines.

Based on the current forecast track, the most hazardous and life-threatening conditions for boaters and swimmers will be along the eastern coast of Luzon this weekend. However, residents along the eastern coast of Mindanao will still notice an increase in seas and the rip current threat through Thursday.

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Re: World Natural Disaster Reports.
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2015, 01:44:26 PM »
Oklahoma tornado heralds several days of possibly severe storms in Central US.
6th May 2015

Tornado touched down shortly after 3pm Wednesday
Swath of great plains from Texas to Nebraska under tornado watch.

The National Weather Service forecast a slight chance of tornadoes in parts of the great plains on Wednesday, and Oklahoma delivered.

A weak tornado touched down in south-western Oklahoma shortly after 3pm, according to weather services meteorologist Michael Scotten.

“We’ve had at least one confirmed tornado, for sure,” he said, adding no one was hurt or injured. “It’s mainly hit open areas out there.”

The tornado touched down between Cement and Anadarko. The Chickasha school district, which was in the path of the tornado, kept its students after school as a precaution.

It’s too early to tell how many storms could flare up or in which region, according to Richard Thompson at the Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, noting that the storms will likely be widely spaced apart.

“It’s possible the hail at the very biggest could be tennis ball- or baseball-sized, but that would be very isolated,” Thompson said.

A swath of the great plains is under a tornado watch until 9pm Wednesday, including parts of north Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska. Scotten also said the threat of weak tornadoes and hail was possible into Wednesday night.

“This is the first of potentially several days of a severe weather risk,” Thompson said. “There could be some pretty heavy rain overnight and eventually flooding could be a concern.”

Areas of central Oklahoma saw heavy rainfall and some flooding overnight and early Wednesday, National Weather Service meteorologist Jonathan Kurtz said. Nearly 4in of rain fell in Norman, where the Oklahoma department of transportation shut down several on-ramps to Interstate 35. The ramps reopened early on Wednesday afternoon.

“People just really need to stay weather-aware, have a plan and understand that severe storms are possible across portions of the southern plains almost daily through Saturday,” Kurtz said.

Below images from kansas uploaded around 2 hours ago - 7th may 2015 - 12.00pm

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Re: World Natural Disaster Reports - Oklahoma Tornado Update.
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2015, 12:43:27 PM »
More storms headed for Great Plains after tornadoes kill one in Oklahoma .

Thunderstorm and flash flood warnings were issued for several Great Plains states on Thursday, a day after a series of tornadoes touched down in Oklahoma, causing one death, injuring 12 and flattening buildings.

One woman who sought safety in her home’s storm shelter died when it flooded in Wednesday night’s storms, Oklahoma police said.

The weather system battered a region from Texas to Nebraska and spawned dozens of reported tornadoes on Wednesday. Tigers and wild animals escape from Oklahoma zoo after tornado hits

Large parts of Oklahoma, Kansas and North Texas were under flash flood and severe thunderstorm watches on Thursday. A tornado warning was issued for the area around the North Texas town of Jacksboro, the National Weather Service said.

Six people from a mobile-home park damaged by a tornado south-west of Oklahoma city were taken to a hospital in the region, including an 80-year-old woman in critical condition with hip injuries, a hospital spokeswoman, Brooke Cayot, said.

Thousands of homes and business in Oklahoma were without power on Thursday morning, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission said

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Re: World Natural Disaster Reports - Texas Tornado.
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2015, 01:09:07 PM »
Tornado leaves one dead as it destroys homes in North Texas.

Several tornadoes ripped through North Texas ranch and farming country on Saturday, leaving one person dead and others unaccounted for in a sparsely populated area, authorities said.

One of the tornadoes shattered homes in a rural area south of Cisco, a town about 100 miles west of Fort Worth, Eastland County judge Rex Fields said.

“The homes that I’ve seen, there are just maybe one or two walls standing,” said Fields, who also serves as the county’s emergency services coordinator.

Fields said one person was killed and there were likely other injuries. Authorities were going house to house to assess the damage, but that proved difficult amid heavy rainfall.

The extent of injuries or fatalities also was not immediately clear in the town of Burkburnett, about 15 miles north of Wichita Falls, where a second tornado touched down. A police dispatcher who declined to give her name due to department policy said tornado sirens could be heard in Burkburnett just before 6pm CDT.

Elsewhere, storms brought heavy rain and quarter-sized hail to parts of southwest Oklahoma on Saturday afternoon, but meteorologists said a tornado threat there had diminished as the hours wore on into Sunday.

Parts of western Kansas also were hit by severe weather ripe for tornadoes. In Kansas City, in the eastern part of the state, a band of rain halted Nascar’s Sprint Cup race at Kansas Speedway for a time.

The threatening skies stretched beyond the plains states, as twin weather systems stretching from the Carolinas to California produced an unseasonably early tropical storm in the Atlantic and a late-season snowstorm in the Rocky Mountains. Tropical Storm Ana was reported early on Sunday to be just off the coast of South Carolina, weakening with top sustained winds of 45mph.

Weekend snow was in the forecast in parts of the Rockies, the Nebraska Panhandle and parts of South Dakota, the weather service said.

“We’ve got a late-season winter storm that’s bringing some significant snow to parts of the Rockies all the way up to the northern Plains,” said Bruce Sullivan, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

He said some areas up into Wyoming and South Dakota’s Black Hills could be in for several inches of snowfall. He called that “unusual” for so late in the year.

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Typhoon Noul Brushes Northern Philippines now heading towards Japan.

MANILA—Typhoon Noul briefly brushed by the northern tip of the Philippines Sunday, largely sparing the disaster-prone Southeast Asian country from the full fury of the strongest storm so far this year, which is now headed for Japan.

With wind gusts clocked up to 220 kilometers per hour early Sunday and packed with heavy rains, officials ordered the evacuation of coastal and flood-prone areas, fearing Typhoon Noul could spawn a two-meter high storm surge as well as cause floods and landslides if it directly hits the northern section of the main island of Luzon.

For the most part, the national weather bureau said, Noul stayed largely over the ocean and made just a brief landfall with Santa Ana, a coastal town in Cagayan province, and other small islands as it moved northward at 16 kilometers an hour and gusts slightly weaker at 195 kilometers per hour.

In some northern towns, power was cut off as a precautionary measure while many trees were toppled by Noul’s howling winds.

More than two thousand people were evacuated from coastal towns and mountainous areas in the northern provinces of Isabela and Cagayan to government shelters, where they were to ride out the storm to prevent casualties.

Around 5,000 passengers were stranded on Friday and Saturday as the Coast Guard prevent ships from sailing to and from areas where storm signals have been hoisted. By late Saturday, many ships had been allowed to sail. At least six flights were canceled Sunday because of the typhoon.

Typhoon Noul is expected to be out of Philippine territory by early Tuesday and could intensify as it heads to Japan. PAGASA has spotted a low-pressure area forming in the Pacific Ocean that could enter Philippine territory in the next few days.

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Re: World Natural Disaster Reports - USA Tornados Update 11th May.
« Reply #5 on: May 12, 2015, 12:42:54 PM »
Six dead, dozens injured after tornadoes blast central U.S.

At least two people died when an EF3 tornado struck eastern Texas on Sunday, authorities said today.

The two deaths in Texas were in addition to at least two in Arkansas, as severe weather this weekend slammed the nation's midsection.
The tornado that hit Van, Texas, a small city in northern Van Zandt County, was confirmed as an EF3 today, local officials said. An EF3 tornado carries winds from 135 mph to 140 mph.
Dozens of people were hospitalized, officials in Van Zandt County said this afternoon, and three people remained unaccounted for, down from eight earlier in the day. The two killed were a husband and wife at their home, officials said. The couple was not identified by name.

Approximately 30 percent of the city suffered damages, officials said today, ranging from destroyed homes to downed trees and power lines. Officials were still working to restore power to all residents.

There were 71 reported apparent tornadoes this weekend, stretching from Iowa to Texas. Besides Van, the areas hit hardest by possible tornadoes were Lake City, Iowa, and Delmont, South Dakota.

Source: abcnews.go.com


Widespread storms wreak havoc

More than two dozen reported tornadoes were spotted Sunday up and down the Plains, ripping up trees, power lines and, in some cases, chunks of small towns. Where the tornadoes didn't hit, slow-moving storms brought torrential rainfall that flooded other areas, creating another life-threatening danger.

Sunday night, three towns sustained major storm damage: Van, Texas, Nashville, Arkansas, and Lake City, Iowa. Earlier Sunday, the small South Dakota town of Delmont was partially destroyed by a large twister. The storm, which left the town without power or water, hit the state on the same morning as Winter Storm Venus, which dumped more than a foot of snow in some areas.

An NWS survey crew has completed its review of the damage and rated the tornado EF2 with maximum winds of 130 mph.
Delmont is located in southern South Dakota, about 90 miles southwest of Sioux Falls.

Source: weather.com
Coverage from Texas, South Dakota, Iowa and Arkansas can be found here"
http://www.weather.com/news/news/severe-weather-impacts-plains-midwest



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Victoria braced for high winds and snow as storm lashes Tasmania.

Snow is forecast above 600m, along with gales and possible flooding, while ‘tornado-like’ conditions have destroyed historic buildings in Tasmania.
High winds are expected to hit much of Victoria on Tuesday, along with alpine blizzards and the chance of flooding in Melbourne.
A severe weather warning has been issued for southern and mountain districts of the state on Tuesday. Damaging winds of 50 to 70km/h, gusting up to 100km/h, are expected.
A deep low pressure system hit Tasmania on Monday destroying historic buildings belonging to the Van Diemens Land Company in the state’s northwest.
The bad weather will reach Victoria on Tuesday, bringing strong and squally west to northwesterly winds over the state, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
Winds will reach gale force at times across the ranges and in coastal regions, swinging to a colder southwesterly flow as the change passes.
By Tuesday night, snow is expected to fall as low as 600 metres and blanket much of the Dandenong Ranges, Yarra Ranges and hills near Melbourne.
Source: News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's US edition | The Guardian
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Spain is set to sizzle this week as the mercury rises to the high thirties across the country.

Spaniards are braced for an early taste of summer, as the country braces itself for a nationwide heatwave this week.

But don’t pack away your winter clothes just yet, temperatures are set to cool off the by end of the week.
Spain’s national weather agency (Aemet) has released a statement warning that temperatures will be "exceptionally high" for this time of year, reaching peaks of higher than 35 degrees.

"An extraordinary rise in temperatures is forecast in northern areas of Cantabria and the Basque country that will see temperatures exceed 30C," Aemet said in a statement.
The south of the country and the region of Extremadura will experience the hottest weather this week, with temperatures reaching the high 30s.

The northern region of Galicia will begin to cool on Wednesday as Atlantic winds sweep in over northern Spain, but the rest of the country will continue to bake, according to Aemet.
Temperatures in the middle of the country will exceed 35C while the north of the country and the Balearic islands will see the mercury rise to over 30C, according to Aemet.

As Galicia continues to cool on Thursday, central and southern Spain will experience the highest temperatures of the week.

Source: The Local - Spain's News in English
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Its hot in spain
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Re: World Natural Disaster & Weather Reports.
« Reply #10 on: May 19, 2015, 05:48:49 AM »
Eight killed as lightning, hailstorm hit Chitral, other areas

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Colombia mudslide after heavy rains kills over 50 people 18th May 2015

An avalanche of mud and debris roared over an alpine town in western Colombia before dawn on Monday, killing at least 52 people in a flash flood and mudslide triggered by heavy rains.

Residents were stirred from bed in the dead of the night by a loud rumble and neighbours’ shouts of “The river! The river!” as modestly built homes and bridges plunged into the Libordiana ravine. Survivors barely had enough time to gather their loved ones.

“It was rocks and tree trunks everywhere,” Diego Agudelo said, adding that never in 34 years living next to the ravine had he suspected such a tragedy was possible.

“The river took out everything in its path,” the construction worker said, including the back part of his home.

The disaster hit around 3am local time (8am GMT) in the town of Salgar, about 60 miles (100 km) south-west of Medellin. Dozens of rescuers supported by Black Hawk helicopters evacuated residents near the ravine for fear of another mudslide. A red fire truck could be seen hauling away several bodies, their bare feet dangling from an open trunk.

President Juan Manuel Santos, who travelled to the town to oversee relief efforts, said several children lost their parents and the bodies of those killed needed to be transported to Medellin to be identified. As giant diggers were removing debris he vowed to rebuild the lost homes and provide shelter and assistance for the estimated 500 people affected by the calamity.

Salgar Village, Colombia.

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Re: World Natural Disaster & Weather Reports.
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Re: World Natural Disaster & Weather Reports. Home video floods
« Reply #13 on: May 20, 2015, 07:54:03 PM »
Home video in Chili a house being pulled away by the floods

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World Natural Disaster & Weather Reports - Heatwave India soars to 44°C
« Reply #14 on: May 21, 2015, 11:53:51 AM »
Gujarat, India.

Heat rather than cold has been the issue in India. Heatwaves are common in the weeks building up to the summer monsoons. However, in Gujarat, north-west India, blistering heat meant thermometers topping 44C (111F) recently in some towns, including Ahmedabad, with reports of the extreme heat leading to the deaths of at least three people. While, around 20 persons, affected with heat-stroke, have been taking treatment at the various city hospitals.


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World Natural Disaster & Weather Reports - Flooding China 22nd May 2015
« Reply #15 on: May 22, 2015, 11:12:12 AM »
Flooding Due to Heavy Rains Kills 15 People in Central, Southern China.

As many as 15 people have died and thousands more forced from their homes by flooding in southern and central China, with more rain forecast in coming days. Authorities said that Jiangxi province has been hit the hardest, with 8 people killed and 65,000 homeless. In the south, the Guangxi region suffered five deaths with six people missing. Two other deaths were reported in the province of Hunan. Torrential rain forced the delay of hundreds of passenger flights as flood waters in some areas rose to more than 6 feet.

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Rainstorms in Southern China Claim 35 Lives

BEIJING -- The Ministry of Civil Affairs reported on Friday that 35 lives have been lost in the rainstorms that lashed large areas of southern China this week. Aside from the reported deaths, 13 other people are still unaccounted for.

Guizhou province reported 11 fatalities, the highest toll so far, while the province of Fujian reported five deaths caused by mudslides and four others drowned.

In Jiangxi, five people were killed in collapsed buildings, two by mudslides and one was struck and killed by lightning. The rest of the fatalities were reported in Guangdong and Hunan provinces and in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

The floods have forced at least 10,000 people from their homes in Jiangxi Province. Local authorities say that nearly 14,000 hectares of farmland is under water.

Heavy downpours and occasional thunderstorms have been pounding the southern regions of China since last week.

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Blazing sun bakes large parts of India, heat wave claims dozens of lives; El Nino effect emerges.

A blazing sun baked large parts of India on Friday with a searing heat wave claiming dozens of lives this summer in a budding El Nino year, while the weather office predicted worse days ahead.

The oppressive conditions have killed at least 43 people in the southern state of Telangana as the meteorological department said the mercury would likely shoot up further and advised people to stay indoors during peak hours.

Neighbouring Andhra Pradesh too is reeling, with several towns in the Krishna, Guntur, Nellore, West Godavari, Prakasam and East Godavari districts bearing the brunt as temperatures in some parts touched 47° Celsius, officials said.

Experts say an El Nino, a weather anomaly that leads to warming of sea-surface temperatures in the Pacific, often sparks scorching weather across Asia and drags down India's June-September monsoon.

In the east, roads were deserted and shops shut during the hottest part of the day in Odisha as many residents remained indoors but were nettled by water scarcity and intermittent power cuts.

Authorities said on Friday they received reports of 12 deaths due to sunstroke, with 45.4° Celsius the highest temperature recorded the previous day in Jharsuguda district.

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This is very bad pore sods I moan if it 25c

Heatwave claims 85 lives in Telagnana, AP | GulfNews.com



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World Natural Disaster & Weather Reports - Heatwave India Update.
« Reply #19 on: May 24, 2015, 11:17:36 AM »
Death Toll reaches 150.

NEW DELHI -- A senior health official said over 150 people have succumbed to the heat wave in the southern states of Andhra Pradesh and Telengana over the past three days.

According to the official, 80 people died from heat stroke in Andhra Pradesh and 70 died due to the intense heat in Telengana. He added that majority of the victims were homeless people.

The weather department expects that the heat wave will last for a couple of days more.


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