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Tornado in Quebec, Canada on July 31 2019 02:26 PM (UTC).


Three people were slightly injured and a civil protection emergency plan was triggered Tuesday night after a possible tornado hit Camping Lac-aux-Sables in the Mauricie region. Trailers were overturned, trees uprooted, power lines downed and lose objects blown into the lake,...

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Flash Flood in India on August 01 2019 04:11 AM (UTC).


At least six people have died in rain-related incidents as torrential downpour lashed Gujarat's Vadodara city till late Wednesday night, forcing authorities to shut down the airport and terminate or reschedule several trains. The city received 442 mm of rain in just 12 hours between 8 am and 8 pm on Wednesday, the highest in Gujarat in the period, said a release by the state government.

Of this, 286 mm of rain fell in just four hours ending at 8 pm, the release added. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in isolated places over Gujarat. "Strong winds, speed reaching 40-50 km/h, are likely to prevail over along and off Gujarat-Maharashtra-Goa coasts.

Fishermen are advised not to venture into these areas," the weather department said. All schools and colleges have been ordered to remain shut on Thursday. "The downpour has stopped in Vadodara. But still, there is heavy rain forecast for other parts of the state...

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"The rocks in the upper crust of seemingly extinct Ciomadul volcano in Romania are 15% molten and in some regions up to 45%, a new study finds. That a seemingly dead volcano like Ciomadul is actually capable of erupting in the future calls for renewed attention to 'inactive' volcanoes worldwide and perhaps for a redefinition of their activity/inactivity status, study authors said. The last eruption of this volcano occurred about 30 000 years ago."

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The weather that was: July 2019 9th warmest, less rainy than normal

"Overall, July was three degrees hotter than average in Detroit, 76.8 degrees compared to 73.6. Not only was the average high last month two degrees hotter than the historical high, 86.7 compared with 83.4, but the average low was about three degrees hotter, 66.8 compared with 63.9.

The month was also drier than normal, with only one day, July 19, having more than a quarter-inch of rain. It rained almost 1.75 inches that day, but the month as a whole saw only 2.63 inches of rain; 3.37 inches are typical for Detroit in July.

Alex Manion, a National Weather Service meteorologist, said there was a "very inactive pattern" in the jet stream in the area. While there were a number of thunderstorms, they were "very isolated in nature.""
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Biological Hazard in Massachusetts. USA on August 02 2019 04:49 PM (UTC).


More than 150 great white sharks have been spotted since June off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, a popular East Coast vacation spot, according to scientists. This week alone, more than 20 great white sharks were spotted off the Cape, prompting three days of beach closures in a row beginning Tuesday.

The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy's sharability app indicates that 161 sharks have been spotted off the coast of Massachusetts since June 1. "We've seen more white sharks this past July, the last month than we did last year at this time," said Gregory Skomal, a marine biologist with the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game. High water temperatures and a high population of seals, which sharks feed on, off the coast of Cape Cod are attracting them, Skomal said.

The population of great whites is also rebounding after humans exploited the species for a long period. But the increase in shark sightings doesn't necessarily indicate a higher number of sharks off the Cape. "We have to realize that it's been a really hot summer, and more and more people are going to the beach, more and more people are carrying cellphones, and they have drones and they have all kinds of electronic toys that allow them to see the sharks,...

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Over 9 inches of rain estimated by radar west of Tulsa, OK overnight; Flood Warning in effect.

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Storm Surge in Philippines on August 03 2019 02:58 PM (UTC).


At least 50 houses were destroyed and 98 took severe damage when waves as big as the structures themselves, whipped up by the southwest monsoon, slammed into the coast of this city on Saturday (Aug. 3). Alfredo Baloran, city disaster mitigation official, said 51 houses were wrecked while 98 suffered heavy damage after these were battered by the waves which came with a rising tide. At least 357 families in eight villages were displaced ...

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Biological Hazard in Iceland on August 04 2019 02:46 AM (UTC).



Some 20 pilot whales have died stranded in mysterious circumstances on the south-western coast of Iceland, emergency services said Saturday, only two weeks after a similarly unexplained mass stranding had already killed dozens of the long-finned cetaceans. The dead whales, part of a group of 50 stranded whales, were discovered late Friday near Gardur, some 50 kilometers (31 miles) from the capital Reykjavik.

According to Icelandic media, locals began rescue efforts to save the whales even before emergency teams arrived. "Around 90 volunteers worked all night to keep the animals wet," David Mar Bjarnason, a spokesman for the Icelandic research and rescue association, told AFP. "We had to wait for high tide to get them back into the sea," Bjarnason said.
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That is all hail and rain that fell in Salt Lake City, UT Yesterday!

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Critical Infrastructure Disruption in Indonesia on August 04 2019 12:38 PM (UTC).


Tens of millions of people on Indonesia's heavily populated Java island were affected by a widespread electricity outage Sunday after the state utility PLN reported disruptions at several power plants.

The shutdown plunged buildings in the sprawling capital Jakarta -- home to some 30 million people -- into darkness and forced the temporary closure of its new mass rapid transit system. Passengers were safely evacuated from several MRT carriages when the power went out, according to the system's operator, while commuter trains were also affected....

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...was expected to last until later Sunday -- caused sporadic disruptions in mobile phone services and cash machines, while some apartment buildings were left in the dark. "The blackout has been going on for hours and it's extremely hot in my apartment because the air conditioner is off," said 30-year-old Jakarta resident Maya Larasati.


Outages also turned off some traffic lights, aggravating the capital's notorious congestion. PLN said the blackout was caused when a gas turbine at a major power plant went down and by disruption at another facility. Both are on the western end of Java. "We're doing our best to fix the system so the power comes back to normal," it added. ...



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Flood in India on August 04 2019 01:15 PM (UTC).


A total of 74,068 people was affected by the floods in river Godavari, and 17,632 were shifted to relief camps. The heavy flood battered at least six mandals in East and West Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh. The second warning signal issued at Sir Arthur Cotton Barrage at Dowaleswaram continued as 13.58 lakh cusecs of floodwaters flowed in. About 7,500 cusecs of this were being let out into the delta canals and the rest into the Bay of Bengal.

No casualties have been reported in the flood-hit areas as teams of National Disaster Response Force and State Disaster Response Force reached out to the affected areas with essential supplies and food. Power supply remained cut off while the road communication network was also badly damaged in the two districts, according to the State Disaster Management Authority.

As per the preliminary estimate, damages to roads and other infrastructure were to the tune of Rs 6.45 crore. In all, people in 280 villages in West and East Godavari districts were facing the brunt of the flood fury, according to the authority...

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Flood in Nigeria on August 04 2019 06:10 PM (UTC).


No fewer than 3,000 people have been rendered homeless as flood submerged more than 66 houses in Orsu Obodo in Oguta Local Government Area of Imo State since last Friday. The flood followed three days of torrential downpour in the state. Among the displaced were women, children and the elderly. One of the victims, who simply gave her name as Regina, said the residents had gone to bed on Friday night while it was raining heavily without any inkling that the river was going to overflow the bank.

"We were still in bed when the water started rushing into our homes and in less than 30 minutes, the whole place was covered by water. "We could barely salvage our property as we tried to save our lives first; we were not expecting such misfortune because our farms are submerged as well," she said...

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Flash Flood in China on August 05 2019 03:25 AM (UTC).


Nine people have been confirmed dead and four remain missing in a flash flood caused by a downpour in a scenic area in central China's Hubei Province Sunday evening, local authorities said. The accident happened at around 6:40 p.m. on Sunday in Duobi Gorge, Hefeng County. So far, 61 people have been rescued, according to the local authorities. ...

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Flash Flood in Colorado, USA on August 05 2019 04:53 AM (UTC).


Heavy rain Sunday has caused two mudslides and flooding in the Lake Christine burn scar area near Basalt, prompting an evacuation order. Around 6:30 p.m., authorities advised residents on Pinion Road and Cedar Drive above Pinion Road in Basalt to climb or drive to higher ground after flooding caused a debris flow. About 10 minutes later, two mudslides were reported about a mile up Frying Pan Road east of Basalt...

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Tropical Storm in Japan on August 05 2019 04:54 AM (UTC).


A severe tropical storm is heading for Japan's southwestern region of Kyushu. Japanese weather officials say that as of 9 a.m. on Monday the storm, Francisco, was moving west-northwest at a speed of 30 kilometers per hour over waters 340 kilometers south of Cape Shiono in central Japan. The officials say the storm may make landfall in Kyushu early on Tuesday....

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Epidemic Hazard in Bangladesh on August 05 2019 01:32 PM (UTC).



In the last 24 hours, a total of 2,065 patients have been admitted to different hospitals countrywide due to dengue fever. Dengue, a mosquito-borne virus, spreads among humans through its carrier Aedes mosquito. The disease has no known cure or vaccine yet...

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Since January 1 till August 5 this year, a total of 27,437 people have been affected by dengue. Among those admitted,a total of 19,761 have been released from their respective hospitals and clinics after treatment.


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Biological Hazard in Sri Lanka on August 05 2019 01:39 PM (UTC).



Forty-seven people died and over 200,000 were infected by the dengue virus across Sri Lanka in the first seven months this year, government figures revealed on Monday. Until the end of July, a total of 234,078 dengue cases were reported...

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Medical experts have urged people to seek immediate medical attention if they suffered from high fever, uncontrolled vomiting, abdominal pain, and dizziness. "All fever patients need rest and should refrain from attending work or school," said epidemiologists. "Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) can be fatal...

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Extreme Weather in Vietnam on August 05 2019 02:02 PM (UTC).


19 people died and several others are missing during a landslide along a sea dyke in the Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau caused by a big wave in the southwest monsoon season. The southwest monsoon and big waves are threatening to the western sea dyke systems over Ca Mau province....

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At least five people died in heavy downpours and flash flooding from typhoon Wipha and many villages are still stranded by flood water. As forecast, the storm circulation still continues to trigger heavy rainfall in the Northern mountainous and midland regions in the next couple days, especially Thanh Hoa province....

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Biological Hazard in Belgium on August 05 2019 01:48 PM (UTC).


Large numbers of waterfowl have been pulled lifeless from ponds in the municipality of Ixelles in the past week after they died from the likely ingestion of bacteria-infested bread. Authorities believe that birds in the etangs de Ixelles succumbed to botulism, a type of poisoning to which the inhabitants of the ponds are particularly exposed to....

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Tropical Storm in Japan on August 06 2019 10:24 AM (UTC).



An evacuation advisory was issued for about 20,000 residents of Kita-Kyushu after the eighth typhoon of the season made landfall near Miyazaki in southern Kyushu around 5 a.m. on Aug. 6. The Japan Meteorological Agency said the typhoon was moving over the Kyushu region in a northwesterly direction through areas near Kumamoto or Omuta in Fukuoka Prefecture. The alert was issued due to fears about widespread flooding as the typhoon's approach coincided with high tides...

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Extreme Weather in India on August 06 2019 11:34 AM (UTC).


... Heavy rains have been lashing the coastal state for the last seven days. The Mandovi river in the state crossed the danger mark on Monday night, causing flooding in some villages of Sattari taluka in North Goa. Sonan village in Sattari was cut-off from other parts of the district for last 12 hours, another official said.

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast heavy to very heavy rainfall in both North Goa and South Goa districts and issued an 'orange alert', asking people to be prepared for any situation....

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Flood in Guam on August 06 2019 03:59 PM (UTC).


NWS advised that 2-3 inches of rain has already fallen each day and an additional 1-2 inches is possible today that may cause causing flooding and overflow. As the monsoon trough continues across the Marianas, bringing heavy winds and rains, Adelup said partner agencies are working to mitigate the effects as much as possible....

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Heat Wave in Japan on July 30 2019 07:18 PM (UTC).
Situation Update No. 6 on August 07 2019 03:18 AM (UTC)


An "unprecedented" heatwave in Japan has killed at least 65 people in one week, government officials said Tuesday, with the weather agency now classifying the record-breaking weather as a "natural disaster". In the week to Sunday at least 65 people died of heatstroke while 22,647 people were hospitalized, the Fire and Disaster Management Agency said in a statement.

Both figures are "the worst-ever for any week during summer" since the agency began recording fatalities resulting from heatstroke on July 2008, an agency spokesman said. The Fire and Disaster Management Agency said Tuesday that a total of 80 people have died from the heat since the beginning of July, and over 35,000 have been hospitalized....

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Forest / Wild Fire in Russia on July 27 2019 03:37 AM (UTC).
Situation Update No. 6 on August 06 2019 03:12 AM (UTC)


A Greenpeace Russia team is documenting wildfires in the taiga forest, in the Krasnoyarsk region of Siberia. Despite statements by Russian authorities, the intensity of forest fires in Siberia is not decreasing. The 4.3 million hectare fire - an area larger than Denmark - is contributing significantly to climate change. Since the beginning of the year, a total of 13.1 million hectares has burned. have been raging every year, but this summer's blazes have reached unprecedented size and strength....

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Critical Infrastructure Disruption in Japan on August 06 2019 09:21 AM (UTC).



A power cut suspended multiple train services in Tokyo on Tuesday morning, with nine passengers were taken to hospital after becoming unwell as the air-conditioning system on their train failed, a railway operator and rescuers said. The 8:30 a.m. power outage left eight trains stranded between stations on the line run by Keisei Electric Railway Co., as well as the Toei Asakusa Line and the Hokuso Line.

In total, 15 people in their 20s to 60s complained of symptoms such as numbness in the hands and feet and dizziness, the Tokyo Fire Department said. Temperatures had already soared to 32.5 C in central Tokyo at 9 a.m. Nine people on an eight-car train which had stopped between Yotsugi Station and Yahiro Station on the Keisei Oshiage Line were taken to hospital after claiming they felt unwell...

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Biological Hazard in Netherlands on August 07 2019 04:10 AM (UTC).


As many as 70 wild boar have died of an unexplained illness at a nature reserve in the eastern Netherlands. Only about 20 boar die of the disease in the Hoge Veluwe reserve annually, but the figure so far this year is more than triple that, the Omroep Gelderland public broadcaster reports. Erik Koffeman of the Gelderland Wildlife Management Department says the death rate is "unprecedented - experts have never seen anything like this before"....

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