Daily Archives: December 23, 2010

Storms entomb Southern California in 4 feet of mud

December 23, 2010 – SANTA BARBARA –  “A violent storm slammed into Southern California early Wednesday morning, flooded streets during rush hour and unleashed muddy torrents that caused one vehicle to take a nose-dive into a drainage canal and contributed … Continue reading

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Earth’s weather descends into chaos as magnetic field strength weakens

December 23, 2010 – AUSTRALIA – The weather on planet Earth is becoming more chaotic- its vital atmospheric life- regulating systems which make life habitable on the planet are failing one by one. Every  planetary climatic system is in some … Continue reading

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Syracuse NY sees heaviest December snowfall in history

December 23, 2010 – NEW YORK –  “As of Tuesday, even before winter had officially begun — at 6:38 p.m. Eastern time — 71.9 inches of snow had fallen this month, making it the city’s snowiest December on record.  There has … Continue reading

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Sinkholes erupt near San Diego as ground becomes rain-soaked

December 22, 2010 –  CALIFORNIA – “SANTEE (CNS) – A water main broke in a Santee cul-de-sac Wednesday, causing a large sinkhole and service disruption to about 15 to 20 residents, authorities said. The break in the 10000 block of … Continue reading

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Destructive storms rip through Sao Paulo- streets split open

December 22, 2010 – BRAZIL – Extreme weather conditions continue to strike South American countries.  According to December 21, 2010 press reports coming out of Brasil: “Earlier, CET (Traffic Engineering Company) reported that at least three points were impassable flooding … Continue reading

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