• New Zealand: 733 mm / 48 hours, some regions with the worst floods in history

    Exceptional amounts of rain in the West Coast of NewZealand brought in the middle of July (around 16.-17. July 2021) up to 733 mm in Tuke Hut (Tuke River) and 732 mm in Cropp River Waterfall only in 48 hours! On 17.-18. July (last weekend) were reported severe floods from ...
  • Extreme snowfall: 5 meters of snow in a few days - Mt. Hutt, Canterbury, New ...

    Already in previous articles we have informed about extreme floods in Canterbury, New Zealand /https://mkweather.com/100-year-flood-in-cantenbury-new-zealand-and-the-coldest-may-day-in-72-years-in-melbourne// and extreme coldwaves in Australian metropolitan cities /https://mkweather.com/adelaide-melbourne-and-sydney-with-the-coldest-may-nights-in-94-72-and-54-years//. While in lower situated regions, historic deep pressure system brought 100-year floods, in the mountains in Canterbury, all precipitation have fallen in form of snow. Result of ...
  • Extreme winter in northern Siberia continues: Norilsk under meter of snow

    Last period we have published several articles from extreme blizzard conditions in Russia and Canada. In Russia, extreme conditions hit Krasnoyarsk region /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/27/extreme-blizzard-hit-krasnoyarsk-region-russia// and Norilsk /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/30/extreme-winter-in-northern-siberia-buried-under-the-snow//. In Canada, Newfoundland in Labrador experienced with extreme snowfall in late November 2020 /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/26/historic-blizzard-everything-under-the-snow-labrador-75-cm-snowfall-48-hours//. Now, we are returning back to Norilsk, with new shocking ...