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  • Holiday Weekend Heat: Don’t Get Fried!

    Cole Abshere
    2 Jul 2015 | 10:06 am
    Many parts of the United States have been dealing with record amounts of rain this Spring, but other parts of the country are seeing record breaking heat. This pattern we have been getting stuck in more often than not this year is when high pressure builds over the West. This not only allows warm air from the south to lift north as the jet stream lifts but also means calm, clear, dry weather as high pressure dominates. In other words, that sun is out in full force. Here are some of the cities that experienced the warmest June on record: Numerous cities out West have dealt with record warm…
  • Tornadoes Touch Down in Kansas City Metro Wednesday Evening

    Chris Bianchi
    1 Jul 2015 | 8:37 pm
    Tornadoes touched down in parts of the Kansas City, Missouri metropolitan area on Wednesday evening, causing damage in nearby Lee’s Summit. Power flashes were sighted as a tornado touched down near Lee’s Summit, Missouri just before 7:00pm CDT on Wednesday. Video of possible roof damage in Lee’s Summit showed likely roof damage to homes in the area, and several buildings were damaged in the town at a strip mall near Northeast Douglas Road and Tudor Road, according to the Kansas City Star. The first tornado reports came out of nearby Raytown, Missouri around 6:30pm CDT, with…
  • Needing Rain In The Sunshine State: Dry June In South Florida

    Chris Bianchi
    1 Jul 2015 | 2:54 pm
    South Florida is known for its beaches, palm trees and yes, its afternoon thunderstorms. Lately, however, those afternoon thunderstorms haven’t been developing as they typically do. In Miami and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, rain deficits were drastic during the month of June, enhancing what has already been an unusually dry start to 2015 in south Florida. In Fort Lauderdale, a total of just 1.09″ of rain was measured over the month of June, barely 10 percent of the city’s monthly average of 10.40″. Down the road in Miami, 3.60″ of rain was measured, roughly a third…
  • Severe Weather: This Spring Is One for the Record Books

    Cole Abshere
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    May was the wettest month on record for states like Texas and Oklahoma with many cities experiencing record rain. June has proven to be no different however we saw the most impressive rainfall stack up further north. Cities across the Central Plains all the way to the Atlantic have experienced the wettest June on record. Some of these rainfall totals are the result of the flooding rains brought into the area from Tropical Depression Bill. The warm humid air mass that held its ground over the Central/Eastern United States, paired with the already saturated ground, continued to fuel Bill and…
  • Heat Wave Scorches Europe, Little Relief In Sight

    Chris Bianchi
    30 Jun 2015 | 8:18 pm
    A heat wave has much of western Europe sizzling in temperatures running as much as 30° above average, with little end in sight. Temperatures soared to over 100° in parts of Spain and France, while temperatures were in the 90s in typically temperate England on Tuesday, with even balmier conditions expected on Wednesday before a slight cool down for some by the end of the week. In France, the hottest temperatures are expected to occur on Wednesday, with highs in Paris expected to reach 100°. Some southern French cities, particularly those away from the Mediterranean Sea and the Bay of…
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  • Tornado Kills 35, over 150 injured in Peshawar

    26 Jun 2015 | 11:36 am
    Huge Damages In Pakistani City Peshawar and it's adjoiningHeavy tornado along with wind speeds of 110 kilometres per hour (68 miles per hour)  PMD described the storm as a "mini cyclone  in Peshawar.Dead toll rose to 35 on Sunday with quite one hundred fifty individuals among the wounded. Gail wind and significant rainfall caused ceilings of variety of clay homes and walls to collapse and trees to tear apart in Noshehra, Akbarpura and areas set within the outskirts of metropolis. Women and kids are among the victims. According to officers, many homes and walls…
  • Hottest summer: Heatwave kills more than 1000 in Karachi

    23 Jun 2015 | 12:28 pm
    Karachi Under scorching SunIn Karachi, the temperatures rose to 45°C. And, consistent with the newest forecast, the weather can stay hot/very hot and dry throughout subsequent twenty four hours.The soaring temperatures within the port town to a low pressure that developed within the Arabian Sea close to the Indian monetary hub of Mumbai and sucked all told the winds processing towards Asian country. The temperatures can begin dropping from Monday and later can bring some rain prospects for Karachiites. Few chances of shower still persist here for lower Sindh during next 24-48…
  • First Pre-Monsoon Activity of Sindh in 2015

    3 Jun 2015 | 8:57 am
    Massive Dust Storm hit Karachi regionPowerful dust storm (Maximum wind speed around 60 - 80  km/h) with drizzle/light shower in Karachi due to Pre Monsoon activity in different parts of Sindh Pakistan. Dust storm damaged trees & Weak Bill Boards.Pre-Monsoon Shower in SINDHAccording to our reports from Sindh, Isolated shower occurred in some central & Lower parts of Sindh,  including Dadu, Nawabshah, Nagerparker, Umerkot ,Tharparker, Hyderabad, Rohri, Moro, Larkana.  Rainfall Figure in Sindh: Dadu 42 mm Nawabshah 37 Padidan 36 mm. Karachi…
  • Islamabad's Geography, Climate, and Environment

    1 Jun 2015 | 10:24 am
    ISLAMABAD THE WORLD'S BEAUTIFUL CAPITAL CITY In this world, Pakistan is one of few countries to have every kind of geological structure. The geography structure of the country Pakistan is a blend of landscapes. You will find plateaus, hills, deserts, forests, and plains. There are coastal areas along the mountains of the Karakoram Range in the north side and Arabian Sea in south of Pakistan. Geologically Pakistan overlaps the Eurasian, Iranian, and Indian tectonic plates. Islamabad is one of a best city of Pakistan. The tourist can visit this city every year. It is located at 33.43°N…
  • The Hub Dam and Monsoon 2003

    28 May 2015 | 11:25 am
    A picture of the dam in February 2011Since 1995 i.e. first time after 8 years the Hub Dam was filled in 2003 due to great Monsoon rains in most of its catchment region i.e. western Sind and eastern Baluchistan from 6th to the end of July 2003. Before the start of Monsoon rains the level of water in the dam was 278 feet. By 13th July, 2003 the level reached 292 ft and after a strong spell in the region (during 16-19 July) it has touched level of 313 ft around 20th of July. As more water was continue to coming in the dam, the local authorities or the Dam officials issued…
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