User: irge304 Topic: Extreme Weather
Category: Extreme Weather
Last updated: May 23 2017 01:54 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Report: Over 31 million people internally displaced in 2016 23.5.2017 Washington Post: World
A new report says over 31 million people were displaced in their own countries last year — over 75 percent due to disasters including floods and wildfires and the rest from conflicts, with Congo and Syria topping the list.
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Report: 31 million people internally displaced in 2016 23.5.2017 Seattle Times: Top stories

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A new report says more than 31 million people were displaced in their own countries last year — over 75 percent due to disasters including floods and wildfires and the rest from conflicts, with Congo and Syria topping the list. The report released Monday by the Internal Displacement Monitoring Center says […]
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Wild weather in Steamboat's forecast 9.5.2017 Steamboat Pilot
It might be best to postpone that hike to the Mad Creek Barn or the Emerald Mountain quarry until the end of the work week. NO PLACE outside is safe when thunderstorms are in the area!! • If you hear thunder, lightning is close enough to strike you. • When you hear thunder, immediately move to safe shelter: a substantial building with electricity or plumbing or an enclosed, metal-topped vehicle with windows up. • Stay in safe shelter at least 30 minutes after you hear the last sound of thunder. • If you are caught outside with no safe shelter anywhere nearby the following actions may reduce your risk: • Immediately get off elevated areas such as hills, mountain ridges or peaks • Never lie flat on the ground • Never shelter under an isolated tree • Never use a cliff or rocky overhang for shelter • Immediately get out and away from ponds, lakes and other bodies of water • Stay away from objects that conduct electricity (barbed wire fences, power lines, windmills, etc.) -Source: National Weather ...
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Warmest day of 2017 so far; weird jet stream pattern 6.5.2017 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Thermometers surged Friday afternoon across Minnesota. A balmy bubble of early May warmth shoved all the way to the Canadian border. This is the warmest day so far this year in the Twin Cities and much of the Upper Midwest. Taste of June! 77F at MSP today is warmest day so far this year. Enjoy! #mnwx pic.twitter.com/ITHCZszb4V —…
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Researchers relate extreme weather to global warming 25.4.2017 New Kerala: World News
Researchers relate extreme weather to global warming
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Study: Man-made extreme weather has hit all over the world 25.4.2017 Seattle Times: Local

Most people on Earth have already felt extreme and record heat, drought or downpours goosed by man-made global warming, new research finds.
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Prepared for disaster? Colorado above average in annual health security index 20.4.2017 Denver Post: Local
Colorado's overall ability to respond to disease outbreaks, disasters and other big health emergencies rose above the national average this year, according to an index that scores each state in more than 130 areas.
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Showers by morning; Rare climate-induced ‘river piracy’ 18.4.2017 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
How climate change moved a river in 4 days.
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Artist sets futuristic dinner party in world reshaped by rising seas 16.4.2017 Minnesota Public Radio: News
How will our diets shift as climate change causes sea-level rise and coastal flooding? Photographer Allie Wist attempts to answer that with pictures of an imagined "post-sea-level-rise dinner party."
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Artist Sets Futuristic Dinner Party In World Reshaped By Rising Seas 16.4.2017 NPR News
How will our diets shift as climate change causes sea-level rise and coastal flooding? Photographer Allie Wist attempts to answer that with pictures of an imagined "post-sea-level-rise dinner party."
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Dallas warning sirens 'set off by hacker' 10.4.2017 BBC: Technology
All 156 warning sirens in Dallas suddenly sounded just before midnight on Friday, waking people up.
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Johnson’s injury, wild weather bring uncertainty to Masters 6.4.2017 Seattle Times: Top stories

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — The Masters should be the easiest to predict of golf’s four major championships. It got a lot harder Wednesday afternoon when Dustin Johnson, the betting favorite and No. 1 player in the world, took a serious fall down a staircase at his rented home and wasn’t sure he could even tee […]
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How food crises are haunting globe 1.4.2017 New Kerala: World News
How food crises are haunting globe
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No calm after the storm as Debbie sends Australia into a tizzy 30.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Extreme weather conditions prevail throughout much of the state of Queensland.
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Peru's brutal season of floods leaves 94 dead, 700,000 homeless 29.3.2017 LA Times: Commentary

Extreme weather has battered many parts of the world this year, but few countries have suffered more in lives, homes and crops lost than Peru, the Andean country that has been beset with torrential rains and massive flooding for much of this year.

On Tuesday, the Peruvian government raised the...

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Basically, the Arctic Is Melting, the World Has Gone Crazy, and It's All Our Fault 28.3.2017 Mother Jones
This story was originally published by the Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The fingerprint of human-caused climate change has been found on heat waves, droughts and floods across the world, according to scientists. The discovery indicates that the impacts of global warming are already being felt by society and adds further urgency to the need to cut carbon emissions. A key factor is the fast-melting Arctic , which is now strongly linked to extreme weather across Europe, Asia, and North America. Rising greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have long been expected to lead to increasing extreme weather events, as they trap extra energy in the atmosphere. But linking global warming to particular events is difficult because the climate is naturally variable. The new work analyzed a type of extreme weather event known to be caused by changes in "planetary waves"—such as California's ongoing record drought, and recent heat waves in the US and Russia, as well as severe ...
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Storms to take aim at Plains in turbulent week of weather 26.3.2017 Seattle Times: Top stories

ATLANTA (AP) — Storms packing tree-tumbling winds and car-denting hail could strike parts of the Plains on Sunday, the latest round in a turbulent week of wild weather across the Midwest and the South, forecasters said. The worst storms Sunday will be across a wide swath of central Oklahoma and the northern tip of Texas, […]
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Cable News Spent Less Than An Hour Covering Climate Change in 2016 25.3.2017 Mother Jones
Despite growing international urgency to address climate change and two presidential candidates with deeply opposing views on climate science and policy, 2016 was an abysmal year for US broadcast news coverage of the issue, according to an analysis by Media Matters. The analysis found that ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox aired only 50 minutes of total climate coverage on their evening and Sunday news programs. This is in contrast to the 146 minutes of coverage clocked in by those same networks in 2015. The significant drop in coverage certainly wasn’t for a lack of content. Several newsworthy climate milestones took place last year, including the signing of the historic Paris Climate Agreement ; the UN, NASA’s, and NOAA’s announcements that 2015 was the hottest year on record for our country and the globe ; the ongoing investigations of ExxonMobil’s decades-long cover up of research linking fossil fuel use and climate change acceleration; and extreme weather events, such as Hurricane Matthew and Louisiana’s ...
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More extreme and unusual weather in 2017: WMO 23.3.2017 Hindu: International
Each of the year since 2001 has seen at least 0.4 degree—Celsius above the long-term average for the 1961—1990 base period, used by the UN agency as a reference for climate change monitoring.
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Record-breaking weather in 2016 pushes world into 'truly uncharted territory'- UN agency 22.3.2017 New Kerala: World News
Record-breaking weather in 2016 pushes world into 'truly uncharted territory'- UN agency
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