19 November 2013 By In Blog style

An unusual extreme tornado outbreak occurred in the mid-west on November 17, 2013.  Two EF-4 TORNADOES hit Illinois towns killing 6 people and wrecking havoc with many towns.  Over 91 tornadoes were reported in preliminary reports and hail, high wind damage occurred in 500 reports.  CNN reported on the catostrophic damage in the region on Sunday.

19 November 2013 By In Blog style

Super TYPHOON HAIYAN kills thousands and impacts over 11.3 million people in the Philippiines. 

Forecasters provided significant lead time warnings; however, this storm impacted with record winds over 300 km / h over a large area.  Over 20 typhoons hit the islands in an average year, hence people are familiar with disaster preparedness, yet, this super storm caused enormous devistation in Cebu City.  NASA provided excellent satellite imagery of the heavy rains and storm evolution from TRMM .  The Joint Typhoon Warning Center JTWC did an outstanding job of forecasting the track and intensity of Haijan.

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15 June 2013 By In Blog style

Worst Floods in 10 years hit Prague as over 7000 people were evacuated on June 3, 2013.  The Vltava River threatened Prague, while Bohemia and Moravian suffered severe damage.  Germany, Austria and areas along the Danube had manor damage in low lying flood plains as waters rose above the 1954 markers in Passau on June 3, 2013.  EuroNews provided some interesting video of the flood.

15 August 2012 By In Blog style

Record flood waters severely impact the norhern Front range of Colorado from Boulder to Loveland.  Over 17 inches of rain fell in this area from September 9 to 15, 2013 breaking all records.  The NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory provided a detailed storm summary. Photo courtesy 7-NEWS TheDenverChannel.com

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