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2 hours ago

An impressive satellite image of deep cyclone Brian approaching Ireland. Notice a distinct eye formation in the dead center! Severe winds up to 130 km/h locally possible!

Source: Meteociel

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2 hours ago
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Wow an impressive satellite imagery of a powerful typhoon Lan in western Pacific now, central pressure near 920mb and sustained winds of 240 km/h, gusting to 300 km/h! Lan is approaching Japan and ... See more

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4 hours ago

Deep cyclone Brian with central pressure below 965mb approaching Ireland, windstorm expected when it crosses British Islands tonight and tomorrow morning.

Source: Meteociel

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4 hours ago
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Bassel Keilani forwards report of this fine landspout in Syria on Oct 16th - thank you. Photos by لHalhAltqs

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6 hours ago
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Latest news on windstorm Brian: the cyclone has weakened over the past several hours, with central pressure now having risen to 971 mbar. It is also becoming somewhat less organized. Still, it likely ... See more

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6 hours ago
September 2017: Earth’s 4th Warmest September on Record!

The streak of very warm months and years continues: September 2017 was the fourth warmest on record!

Details: http://www.severe-weather.eu/news/september-2017-earths-4th-warmest-september-on-record/

September 2017 was the planet’s fourth warmest September since record keeping began in 1880, said NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) and NASA this week.

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8 hours ago

After this weekends trough and cooler few days, a very warm period returing for west-central Europe next week. Locally 20-25°C will be again experience through many afternoon up until end of the ... See more

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9 hours ago
The Orionid meteor shower peaks this weekend!

Don't forget the Orionids! The meteor shower peaks this weekend. Here are few tips on how to see and how to photograph them. Enjoy the meteor shower - SHARE your photos with us ... See more

Orionids are bits and pieces of the well-know comet Halley. As the comet rounds the Sun every 76 years, it releases a stream of small dust particles in its path. The Earth ploughs through the stream ... See more

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9 hours ago

Likely a tornadic winds in Valls, Tarragona, Spain! Thanks to Albert Soriano Royes for forwarding the report!

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10 hours ago

Impressive view of the sea of fog and inversion over the plains of NE Italy early this afternoon from Monte Grappa.

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