• Massive, mysterious September bird die-off in Western USA: Fires, extreme cooldown and drought

    Extreme September weather changes in the Western USA has caused 100-thousands die-off of migratory birds across New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Arizona and farther north into Nebraska according to the biology department at New Mexico State University (NMSU). Birds flying long-distances from Alaskan and Canadian tundra over West-American coast into Central ...
  • Mexico +50,1°C (122,2°F), only 1,9°C below national record, highest temperature in September ever

    Shortly before an arrival powerful cold front, with diablo winds and snowstorm in West-Central US, had peaked a tropical air advection over Southwest (US) and northwestern Mexico. On Sunday, 6. September 2020, meteorologists in Mexicali, Baja California, maximum temperature has reached +50,1°C (122,2°F) and overcomed all historic September records for ...
  • California: the worst wildfires in history, 2 mil+ acres in fire, helped Santa Ana winds

    What we claimed at the beginning of September came true and Califronian fires reached status of the worst wildfires in history. After record-breaking temperatures in Death Valley (130°F / +54,4°C) /https://mkweather.com/2020/08/17/right-now-death-valley-with-the-hottest-ever-recorded-temperature-on-the-planet-or-minimally-since-1931-130f-54-4c// and Los Angeles (121°F / +49,4C) in August and September /https://mkweather.com/2020/09/07/it-has-never-been-so-hot-so-late-or-ever-los-angeles-county-with-new-all-time-record-121f-494c-phoenix-50-days-over-110f-in-2020// has come strong Santa Ana winds linked with ...