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  • A Wild Week in Weather

    Cole Abshere
    20 May 2015 | 11:44 am
    Severe weather has rocked portions of the US this week. Check out these images from the ground. Do you have some you would like to add? Send them to us: or Look what Noah and I saw on the way home from school. #tornado Posted by Josh Elsom on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 Outside First Baptist Church. Posted by Mineral Wells Index on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 North Oak. Posted by Mineral Wells Index on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 More flooding video from west Main Street in Norman. Posted by Jared Guyer on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 Tornado warning,…
  • Multiple Tornadoes Touch Down in Texas, Oklahoma; Damage Reported

    Chris Bianchi
    19 May 2015 | 8:54 pm
    At least one person was injured as several tornadoes touched down across portions of Texas and southern Oklahoma on Tuesday, with the tornado threat continuing into the night. A confirmed tornado at 12:25pm CDT in Giddings, Texas – east of Austin – injured a person staying at a Ramada hotel in the town along with causing roof damage to that building as well. The National Weather Service office in San Antonio confirmed an EF-0 tornado caused the damage, with the twister staying on the ground for about three minutes and traveling about two miles. But the Giddings tornado was just…
  • Explaining the Persistent Weather Pattern

    Chris Bianchi
    19 May 2015 | 2:26 pm
    In New York City, it didn’t rain a drop for almost three weeks, while up the road in Hartford, Connecticut, the 23-day dry streak was the longest the city had seen in 20 years. In the meantime, Oklahoma City has seen well over a foot of rain in May, San Diego, California is closing in on its rainiest recorded May as the rain continues to drench areas that have already been inundated for much of the past month. The weather for much of the country has been stubbornly persistent, whether it be extra sunshine, heat, rain or cooler temperatures. Severe weather has been largely concentrated…
  • High Waters Continues Across Texas & Louisiana

    Cole Abshere
    19 May 2015 | 11:51 am
    High Water continues across Texas today: Via @dfw_weather: For North Texas farmers, it really is too wet to plow #txwx — DFW_Alerts CAC (@DFW_ALERTS) May 19, 2015 FM 2288 in #SanAngelo #txwx — Senora Scott (@SenoraKIDY) May 19, 2015 "The Slough" of Highway 2034 | #TXWX #flood #WaterValley — Daija D. Barrett (@DaijaB_) May 19, 2015 #Texas #cotton is standing in water. How are your crops faring? #TxWx #Farm365 #FarmLife — Texas Farm…
  • Flash Flood Concerns Continue in Texas

    Chris Bianchi
    18 May 2015 | 8:22 pm
      Heavy rainfall across Texas led to more reports of flash flooding on Monday, and more is expected on Tuesday as an area of low pressure nudges eastward. Reports of flooding in the town of Coyanosa, Texas – where over three inches of rain fell in 30 minutes on Monday afternoon – were widespread, and much of Texas’ Permian Basin was impacted by the heavy rainfall, which was expected to move north overnight. The heavy rain also led to daily records being broken on Monday further east in Shreveport, Louisiana and in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Over six inches fell in…
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  • Meteorites fall in Sindh Pakistan

    22 May 2015 | 11:32 am
    Meteorite Shower in Tharparkar - Pakistan Around Eastern SindhMeteorites are naturally occurring small rocky or metallic body objects that originate in and travelling through space, and survive a fall to the ground through Earth's atmosphere. When the object enters the Earth's atmosphere at a speed of 20km/s (kilometer per second), aerodynamic heating generates a streak of light, from the glowing object and the trail of glowing particles that it leaves in its wake. This is called a meteor, or colloquially a "falling star" or "shooting star" is very bright meteors and they…
  • Hundreds of Peoples killed in latest Nepal Earthquake

    14 May 2015 | 10:11 am
    In April 2015 Gorkha earthquake held on Nipal was killed over 8,000 people and injured over 19,000. It occurred at 11:56 NST (06:11:26 UTC) on 25 April. The magnitude of this earthquake was 7.8M or 8.1M. The earthquake was initially reported as 7.5M w by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) before it was quickly increases to 7.9M w & last decreases to 7.8M w. April 2015 Nepal earthquake along with Powerful Aftershocksts epicenter was the village of Barpak, Gorkha district, & its hypocenter was at a depth of just about 15kilometer (9.3miles) and also with its epicenter…
  • Dead Zones Recorded in Atlantic Ocean

    13 May 2015 | 9:26 am
    The one of the most popular ocean Atlantic is packed with life, but for the 1st time researchers have discovered dead zones in these waters, areas low in oxygen and salinity, off the coast of Africa. A team of German and Canadian researchers have discovered areas with extremely low levels of oxygen in the tropical North Atlantic, several 100km off the coast of West Africa. Fish cannot live in the dead zones, and researchers do not understand how microorganisms will react.This lack of picture is because of scientists stumbled upon this finding. Johannes Karstensen, of Germany’s GEOMAR…
  • Strong Typhoon Noul nears the Philippines

    10 May 2015 | 4:47 am
    Super Typhoon Noul makes landfall in north-east  parts of PhilippinesIn this May-2015, a powerful typhoon starts from the Philippine island of Luzon. If it were to make landfall, it would be the 2nd landfalling blizzard in the island nation this year. Predictions on 8-May suggested that Typhoon Noul (known as Dodong in The Philippines) would turn northeast & brush past the northern island, dousing it with substantial rain but with less potent wind. Nonetheless, residents in 11 provinces were alerted for possible migration. 1000s of people were evacuated from part of the Philippines…
  • Climate Changes Make Extreme Winter

    9 May 2015 | 10:58 am
    According to a new study, climate change might be off the table as the reason when it comes to the abnormally cold winters we have seen in recent years. Global warming leads to more extreme weather. Green groups declare that “extreme weather is a product of climate change.”A team of scientists from Swiss university ETH Zurich and the California Institute of Technology say that climate change does not cause cold snaps. A warmer climate will mean a lower range of temperature fluctuation and increasingly rare cold snaps.The study in the Journal of…
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