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Palm Springs area in California

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The weather service says as much as 2 inches of rain has fallen this afternoon near Borrego Springs. Minor flooding reported in Palm Canyon. Flash flood warning in effect until 6:45. #sandiegoweather

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Hot hot is it??

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. The low this morning was 102 degrees which would tie the previous record set in 2003. There have been 22 other times with low temps of 102 degrees or higher.

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People are so stupid! We watched a guy trailing 15 yards behind a Grizzly and her cubs down there one time. He was filming them! Lucky to be alive!
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People are so stupid! We watched a guy trailing 15 yards behind a Grizzly and her cubs down there one time. He was filming them! Lucky to be alive!
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no kiddin'

What the heck are the parents doing???
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8:55am - Good morning Henderson! Some showers and possible thunderstorms continuing to develop on the east of the Valley this morning. Slick roads and ponding water the main threat at this point

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HNX issues Flash Flood Warning for Tulare [CA] till Jul 24, 4:45 PM PDT

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Landslide in Morocco on July 25 2019 02:17 PM (UTC).


On the night of Wednesday, July 24, in the region of El Haouz (a province in the region of Marrakesh-Safi), a vehicle transporting several people flipped on national road n° 7. A section of a mountain located between the municipalities of Ijoukak and Asni collapsed on top of the vehicle which was traveling to Taliouine (212 kilometers south of Marrakech)....

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. Rescue teams are still on-site trying to extract victims' bodies and find possible survivors. Ali Tani, a councilor in the rural commune of Tizi N'Test (135 kilometers south-west of Marrakech), explains that Civil Protection officers have so far uncovered 18 bodies....


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About 1,500 power outages were reported in the Morongo Basin in California.

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Snow Storm (Blizzard) in France on July 26 2019 06:07 PM (UTC).


While much of France is experiencing a historic heatwave, the country's most prestigious cycling event was stopped Friday due to a freak hail and snowstorm. Stage 19 of the Tour de France was neutralized Friday when hail, snow and ice-covered the course at the Col d'Iseran, a mountain pass located more than 9,000 feet above sea level.

Tour organizers cited slick and flooded conditions, saying the riders could not complete the course safely. There are some reports of landslides in the area. Crews quickly brought out snowplows to try and clear the slush on the roads, and some plows were buried under the remains of a large landslide....

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Heat Wave in Greenland on July 26 2019 05:51 PM (UTC).


The hot air that smashed European weather records this week looks set to move toward Greenland and could take the world's second-largest ice sheet close to or below the record low set in 2012, the United Nations said on Friday. Clare Nullis, the spokesperson for the UN World Meteorological Organization, said the hot air moving up from North Africa had not merely broken European temperature records on Thursday, but surpassed them by two, three or four degrees Celsius, something she described as "absolutely incredible."

"According to forecasts, and this is of concern, the atmospheric flow is now going to transport that heat towards Greenland," she told a regular UN briefing in Geneva. "This will result in high temperatures and consequently enhanced melting of the Greenland ice sheet," she said. "We don't know yet whether it will be at the 2012 level, but it's close."

Melting of Greenland's ice sheet, a key part of the global climate system, would lead to rising sea levels and unstable weather. ...

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Forest / Wild Fire in USA on July 26 2019 10:23 AM (UTC).


Wildfires in mostly remote parts of Alaska this summer have burned more than 3,400 square miles under dry and warm conditions. KTUU reports one lightning-sparked fire in southwest Alaska prompted the evacuation of the Donlin Gold mine Tuesday. Another led to the evacuation of a remote hunting lodge that serves as a checkpoint in Alaska's Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

As of Thursday morning, there were 246 active fires burning, with 27 actively fought and the rest monitored...

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Volcano Eruption in Japan on July 26 2019 02:41 AM (UTC


A small eruption was observed Friday on Mt. Aso in southwestern Japan, spewing smoke as high as 1,600 meters, the weather agency said. The eruption occurred at 7:57 a.m. at the No. 1 crater of Mt. Aso's Nakadake, which is 1,506 meters above sea level, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. There were no immediate reports of injuries.

It was the latest in a series of small-scale eruptions at the volcano in Kumamoto Prefecture since April....

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Event into space in India on July 26 2019 02:05 AM (UTC).


A suspected meteorite - glittering, magnetic and weighing more than 10kg - startled farmers when it crashed into a paddy field by an Indian village on Monday evening. Some men were working in the field in Mahadeva village, Bihar state when the object fell out of the sky. "A group of farmers was working in the fields when they heard an unusually loud thud," said Shirsat Kapil Ashok, a district magistrate, according to The Wire India.

"When they looked around to find the source of the sound, they spotted the object lying in a hole - about five feet deep - that was dug into the ground by the impact of the fall." Onlookers said the suspected meteor sent up smoke and caused people nearby to flee,...

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Volcano Eruption in Japan on July 26 2019 02:41 AM (UTC


A small eruption was observed Friday on Mt. Aso in southwestern Japan, spewing smoke as high as 1,600 meters, the weather agency said. The eruption occurred at 7:57 a.m. at the No. 1 crater of Mt. Aso's Nakadake, which is 1,506 meters above sea level, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. There were no immediate reports of injuries.

It was the latest in a series of small-scale eruptions at the volcano in Kumamoto Prefecture since April....

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They create venting systems over in Japan to relieve some of the gaseous effects from volcanoes.

My uncle lives there and tells me all the locals are anticipating a big eruption from Fuji

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Volcano Eruption in Indonesia on July 26 2019 02:51 PM (UTC).


Indonesian authorities issued a flight alert notice after a volcano erupted near the country's third-biggest city of Bandung on Friday (July 26) afternoon, sending ash some 200m into the air and triggering warnings for people to stay away.

The orange Volcano Observatory Notice for Aviation (VONA) alert issued by the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry's Geological Agency indicates that volcanic ash particles are still lingering 1,000 feet above the crater of Tangkuban Parahu volcano, about 30km north of Bandung, the capital of West Java province.

"This level (of the situation) may risk the flights. The VONA alert also shows that volcanic ash clouds are heading to the south and north-east directions,"...

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Volcano Eruption in Japan on July 26 2019 02:41 AM (UTC


A small eruption was observed Friday on Mt. Aso in southwestern Japan, spewing smoke as high as 1,600 meters, the weather agency said. The eruption occurred at 7:57 a.m. at the No. 1 crater of Mt. Aso's Nakadake, which is 1,506 meters above sea level, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. There were no immediate reports of injuries.

It was the latest in a series of small-scale eruptions at the volcano in Kumamoto Prefecture since April....

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They create venting systems over in Japan to relieve some of the gaseous effects from volcanoes.

My uncle lives there and tells me all the locals are anticipating a big eruption from Fuji

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That's interesting...

Did your uncle say when they believe Mount Fuji will erupt? I mean... is it on the verge of erupting any moment?

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Forest / Wild Fire in Russia on July 27 2019 03:37 AM (UTC).


Wildfires are ravaging the Arctic, with areas of northern Siberia, northern Scandinavia, Alaska and Greenland engulfed in flames. Lightning frequently triggers fires in the region but this year they have been worsened by summer temperatures that are higher than average because of climate change. Plumes of smoke from the fires can be seen from space.

Mark Parrington, a wildfires expert at the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (Cams), described them as "unprecedented". There are hundreds of fires covering mostly uninhabited regions across eastern Russia, northern Scandinavia, Greenland, and Alaska. But smoke is affecting wider surrounding areas, engulfing some places completely. Cities in eastern Russia have noted a significant decrease in air quality since the fires started.

The smoke has reportedly reached Russia's Tyumen region in western Siberia, six time zones away from the fires on the east coast. In June, the fires released an estimated 50 megatonnes of carbon dioxide - the equivalent of Sweden's annual carbon output, according to Cams...

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The burning has been sustained by the forest ground, which consists of exposed, thawed, dried peat - a substance with high carbon content. Global satellites are now tracking a swathe of new and ongoing wildfires within the Arctic Circle...


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Forest / Wild Fire in Russia on July 27 2019 03:37 AM (UTC).


Wildfires are ravaging the Arctic, with areas of northern Siberia, northern Scandinavia, Alaska and Greenland engulfed in flames. Lightning frequently triggers fires in the region but this year they have been worsened by summer temperatures that are higher than average because of climate change. Plumes of smoke from the fires can be seen from space.

Mark Parrington, a wildfires expert at the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (Cams), described them as "unprecedented". There are hundreds of fires covering mostly uninhabited regions across eastern Russia, northern Scandinavia, Greenland, and Alaska. But smoke is affecting wider surrounding areas, engulfing some places completely. Cities in eastern Russia have noted a significant decrease in air quality since the fires started.

The smoke has reportedly reached Russia's Tyumen region in western Siberia, six time zones away from the fires on the east coast. In June, the fires released an estimated 50 megatonnes of carbon dioxide - the equivalent of Sweden's annual carbon output, according to Cams...

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The burning has been sustained by the forest ground, which consists of exposed, thawed, dried peat - a substance with high carbon content. Global satellites are now tracking a swathe of new and ongoing wildfires within the Arctic Circle...


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That is something!
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Volcano Eruption in Japan on July 26 2019 02:41 AM (UTC


A small eruption was observed Friday on Mt. Aso in southwestern Japan, spewing smoke as high as 1,600 meters, the weather agency said. The eruption occurred at 7:57 a.m. at the No. 1 crater of Mt. Aso's Nakadake, which is 1,506 meters above sea level, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. There were no immediate reports of injuries.

It was the latest in a series of small-scale eruptions at the volcano in Kumamoto Prefecture since April....

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They create venting systems over in Japan to relieve some of the gaseous effects from volcanoes.

My uncle lives there and tells me all the locals are anticipating a big eruption from Fuji

 Quoting: Master of Nothing


That's interesting...

Did your uncle say when they believe Mount Fuji will erupt? I mean... is it on the verge of erupting any moment?

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He sent me an article years ago i'm trying to find it....

A volcano close by to Fuji had been more active lately. That's the volcano that has a manmade venting system.

I'm still looking for it
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Interesting random article

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Major Mount Fuji eruption would shower about 1.5 cm of ash on central Tokyo: disaster management team

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Hakone volcano is close to fuji... The locals apparently think activity at one will influence the other. Legit Uncle Intel lol

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Volcanic alert level raised for popular Mount Hakone resort area in Kanagawa
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Major Mount Fuji eruption would shower about 1.5 cm of ash on central Tokyo: disaster management team

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I read a prophecy from a guy named Paul Jackson or Johnson, can't remember for sure, but the guy has passed. He saw a newspaper headline about Fuji erupting, and millions were dead or missing!!!
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Major Mount Fuji eruption would shower about 1.5 cm of ash on central Tokyo: disaster management team

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I read a prophecy from a guy named Paul Jackson or Johnson, can't remember for sure, but the guy has passed. He saw a newspaper headline about Fuji erupting, and millions were dead or missing!!!
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My Uncle lives in Yokohama - Bay of Tokyo. I want him to get the heck back to the states already.

The 2011 quake wasn't even the big one they are waiting for. Doom is just waiting to happen in that country.
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Tropical Storm "Nari" forms near Japan, landfall expected over the central-eastern coast of Honshu Island
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Meteorite hits a rice field in Mahadeva village, Bihar, India
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Major Mount Fuji eruption would shower about 1.5 cm of ash on central Tokyo: disaster management team

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I read a prophecy from a guy named Paul Jackson or Johnson, can't remember for sure, but the guy has passed. He saw a newspaper headline about Fuji erupting, and millions were dead or missing!!!
 Quoting: bigD111


My Uncle lives in Yokohama - Bay of Tokyo. I want him to get the heck back to the states already.

The 2011 quake wasn't even the big one they are waiting for. Doom is just waiting to happen in that country.
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


My daughter in laws family is all in that area too. I think the guys name was John Paul Jackson. Another headline he saw was that Sysco was putting armed guards in their food trucks to prevent mob theft! Things might be starting to add up!
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Major Mount Fuji eruption would shower about 1.5 cm of ash on central Tokyo: disaster management team

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I read a prophecy from a guy named Paul Jackson or Johnson, can't remember for sure, but the guy has passed. He saw a newspaper headline about Fuji erupting, and millions were dead or missing!!!
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My Uncle lives in Yokohama - Bay of Tokyo. I want him to get the heck back to the states already.

The 2011 quake wasn't even the big one they are waiting for. Doom is just waiting to happen in that country.
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


My daughter in laws family is all in that area too. I think the guys name was John Paul Jackson. Another headline he saw was that Sysco was putting armed guards in their food trucks to prevent mob theft! Things might be starting to add up!
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Forest / Wild Fire in Russia on July 27 2019 03:37 AM (UTC).


Wildfires are ravaging the Arctic, with areas of northern Siberia, northern Scandinavia, Alaska and Greenland engulfed in flames. Lightning frequently triggers fires in the region but this year they have been worsened by summer temperatures that are higher than average because of climate change. Plumes of smoke from the fires can be seen from space.

Mark Parrington, a wildfires expert at the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (Cams), described them as "unprecedented". There are hundreds of fires covering mostly uninhabited regions across eastern Russia, northern Scandinavia, Greenland, and Alaska. But smoke is affecting wider surrounding areas, engulfing some places completely. Cities in eastern Russia have noted a significant decrease in air quality since the fires started.

The smoke has reportedly reached Russia's Tyumen region in western Siberia, six time zones away from the fires on the east coast. In June, the fires released an estimated 50 megatonnes of carbon dioxide - the equivalent of Sweden's annual carbon output, according to Cams...

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The burning has been sustained by the forest ground, which consists of exposed, thawed, dried peat - a substance with high carbon content. Global satellites are now tracking a swathe of new and ongoing wildfires within the Arctic Circle...


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 Quoting: Truth02


That is something!
 Quoting: bigD111


VERY INTERESTING.... and with all that Peat Bog on fire... deep and long lasting...


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Severe storms with intense winds in Barcelona, Spain this afternoon, July 27th. Report: mireia delgado / @mireiaydaiana
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