Daily Archives: February 6, 2011

Rivers of moisture: super-storm systems now span across the globe

February 6, 2011 – This fascinating satellite picture from the Japan Meteorological Agency of the Southern hemisphere perhaps demonstrates better than any other just how the planet’s weather patterns are rapidly morphing. On February 6, 2011, a band of moisture … Continue reading

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Zoo animals freeze to death in coldest winter to hit Mexico in 60 years

February 6, 2011 – CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (AP) — Thirty-five animals at a zoo in the northern Mexico state of Chihuahua have frozen to death during the region’s coldest weather in six decades. Serengeti Zoo owner Alberto Hernandez says 14 … Continue reading

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Earthquake swarm in Western Turkey

A flurry of seismic activity is occurring in Western Turkey- including some 18 quakes today

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Timaru, New Zealand sees hottest day ever recorded

February 6, 2011 – NEW ZEALAND – Timaru has broken the record for their hottest day ever with the temperature hitting a scorching 40.3 degrees shortly before 4pm today. The extreme heat, which WeatherWatch.co.nz predicted yesterday, is connected to the … Continue reading

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Wildfires rage across sections of Western Australia

February 6, 2011 – PERTH, Australia  — Wildfires tore across the outskirts of an Australian city on Sunday, destroying at least 35 homes, authorities said. One firefighter was reportedly injured. Two fires fanned by hot summer winds were burning in … Continue reading

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Pulsating auroras, oscillating waves and planetary tremors

PULSATING AURORAS: During the geomagnetic storm of Feb. 4th, Fredrik Broms of Kvaløya, Norway, witnessed an episode of elusive pulsating auroras. “The sky was filled with patches of green that oscillated in brightness,” he explains. A snapshot with his Nikon … Continue reading

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Hundreds of fish found dead near Cleveland, Oh river

 February 6, 2011 – SOLON — Biologists are trying to figure out what led to the deaths of hundreds of stocked trout in three-acre Shadow Lake in the South Chagrin Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks. Metroparks Fisheries biologist Mike Durkalec says … Continue reading

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Heightened seismic unrest seen under Icelandic glacier

3.4 06 Feb 01:07:07 90.1 9.7 km E of Hamarinn 3.3 06 Feb 07:51:25 90.0 13.6 km SE of Kistufell 3.1 06 Feb 01:07:12 67.9 12.4 km SSE of Kistufell 3.0 06 Feb 07:51:27 90.0 3.8 km SW of Kistufell … Continue reading

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