• Spider season in Australia linked with extreme changes of temperature

    A spider season - the springtime in Australia, is bringing really strong changes of temperature across the continent. On the one hand, parts of Southern Hemisphere has experienced with one of the best winters for last 20 years /https://mkweather.com/2020/08/12/patagonia-with-one-of-the-cruelest-winter-for-last-20-years/; https://mkweather.com/2020/08/12/confirmed-tasmania-with-the-coldest-temperature-ever-142c-6f/; https://mkweather.com/2020/08/24/cruel-winter-in-patagonia-continue-massive-losses-of-sheep-100-000-killed-in-patagonia-because-of-intense-snowstorms/; https://mkweather.com/2020/08/21/snowing-in-the-northernmost-latitude-in-australia-for-last-15-winters-since-2005-and-the-coldest-day-of-winter-2020-in-new-south-wales-expected-at-the-weekend-new-zealand-with-heavy-rain-185-mm-96/; https://mkweather.com/2020/08/13/brasil-is-waiting-a-historic-coldwave-temperatures-will-drop-30c-below-average-around-20-august-2020/; https://mkweather.com/2020/08/04/antarctic-blast-hit-australia-snowing-in-melbourne-and-hobart-105c-13f-and-the-coldest-4-days-for-last-24-years//, on the other hand, ITCZ (Intertropical ...
  • Napa County, California, wildfires

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  • New Zealand after windy an rainy weekend with snowing in Dunedin, in Australia, a big ...

    Maybe last Antarctic blob has surprised New Zealand from Monday to Tuesday, 28.-29. September 2020, with snowing in one from the largest city of country, Dunedin, Southern Island, 1 MASL near temperatures around 1°C / 34°F. At the weekend, New Zealand has reported raining and estimated precipitation amounts of up ...
  • Warm and dry October? Monthly forecast for the USA from NOAA

    Large parts of USA could experience with warm and dry conditions during the October 2020. Warm weather, in Southwest with wildfires risk, will be persisting almost above the whole territory of US, mainly in Southwest and Northeast. This pattern could be linked with La-niňa in Southwest and NAO- and AO- ...
  • Adelaide +29,6°C (85.3°F), Melbourne +26,3°C (79.3°F) at the weekend, North Australia +40,8°C (105.4°F), after powerful ...

    Hot air is still persisting over northern and western parts of Australia, with reaching +40°C - temperatures almost every day (8°C above average regionally). Almost all Australia however has experienced with powerful cooldown, from almost tropical temperatures on Southern coast and summer days in Southeast. At the weekend, on Saturday, ...
  • Normal day in California 😢

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  • Smoke from wildfires already in Vancouver 😱

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  • The worst smoke forecast in West US

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  • Smoke from California over Pacific

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  • Very bad air quality in California

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  • California fires

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  • California residents continue to flee as more lightning wildfires ignite

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  • Massive fires in California: 7 dead, the second and third biggest complex in history, smoke ...

    Eearly 1 000 000 acres (more than 40 000 km2) in California have been burned by 585 wildfires last 10 days, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) confirmed. Lightning storms sparked many of the fires. This includes nearly 819,000 acres burned in the Lightning Complex fires. ...
  • 2/5 Californian wildfires right now

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  • Dry lightning risk to increase across wildfire-ravaged West

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  • Hell on the Earth: The Pine Gulch Wildfire in Colorado grows to be second largest ...

    The Pine Gulch Fire, raging in Grand Junction, Colorado, has burned through more than 125,000 acres, making it the second largest wildfire in Colorado history. Residents will likely see smoke from the west and southwest areas of the fire as it continues to burn fuels, but this is expected, the ...
  • 16327 lighting strikes and 367 new fires for 4 days in California, Phoenix 42 days ...

    On the Southwest and West is situation critical. Except of excessive and record-breaking heatwave, with temperatures the highest on Earth minimally past last 90 years /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//, the storms iniciating the next wildfires have occurred above large parts of Southwest and West of US. Only in California, between Saturday, 15. August ...
  • Brush fires prompt mandatory evacuations near LA

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  • Not only California, Colorado with big wildfires too

    Last week, we informed about extensive wildfires in California, which doze a smoke over the states over Southwest of US. During a week, extremely hot weather and uprising risk of fires have worsening in many regions of Southwest and the next wildfires erupted over area. The net biggest wildfire broke ...
  • Fire risk in the West of US

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  • People ignore COVID´19 and beaches are full, forecast for England: +38°C at the weekend. Friday: ...

    After hottest London´s day ever, hottest August day since 2003 (+36,4°C/98°F on Friday) First more serious heatwave came to London 23.-26. June 2020 this year, with top maximum temperature +33,4°C. At the end of July 2020 however, abnormal heatwave produced the highest temperature in London ever, 31. July maximum temperature ...
  • Smoke over the 4 states: Apple Fire event right now

    Already longer time we have pointed on excessive heatwave over western United States and Canada which is linked with the second deepest summer cyclone over Arctic in history (968 hPa). This "super-cyclone" caused advection of extremely hot, tropical air across West United states and Canada up to polar circle. In ...