Heat waves in Europe

Serbia, Romania, Croatia — one of the countries suffering from the heat wave. In Serbia, some places daytime temperatures exceed 40 degrees. Peak heat was promised on Tuesday.

In Romania, the "code orange" danger was announced in Bucharest and in many other areas. In Croatia, in some places there was no rain for the past three months.

A number of European countries suffering these days from an unprecedented heat wave. So, the next African anticyclone brought hot air to many areas of Italy.

The current week is believed to be the hottest this summer, forecasters warn. Not

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NASA: Torrential rains caused shoaling of the ocean …

September 27. "2010 was the worst in the history of global observations of the most destructive floods. However, only the first 3 weeks of 2011 has proved to be a mega-flood as for the whole year ", — said meteorologist Jeff Mesters.

The whole day was spent in the study of what columnist New York Times, Thomas Friedman calls "global meteohaosom": the destabilization of our meteosystems, shakes 3 million tons of emissions that enter the atmosphere, thanks to us the use of natural resources. So today is a rare day when I was so shocked by recent statements

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In South-East Asia — a catastrophic flood. Video

9.10.11.Katastroficheskoe flood that lasts a second month in South-East Asia, has acquired the character of a regional disaster. This is stated in the report of the Asia-Pacific Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian issues at the UN.

The massive flooding of settlements, agricultural land and infrastructure as a result of abnormal seasonal rains occurred almost simultaneously in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos, the document says.

Floods in Thailand have suffered more than 2 million people.

At the time of the report in Thailand, where the early and heavy seasonal rains triggered floods that started on July 25, the

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The Philippines continues catastrophic flooding (photo)

According to recent reports, the death toll has exceeded 50 people. Nearly 300,000 people were evacuated. Monsoon rains ravaged the region for more than a week. The capital of the country — Manila — three meters back into the water.

All districts in the area of disaster in order to safely disconnect the electricity. In the rescue operation uses the police and the army.

And the largest city in South Africa — Johannesburg — to fill up with snow. Extremely rare for this region of the country. Over the past 100 years in a blizzard was only 12 times.

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Flooding in Norway. Video

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In southern Norway because severe flooding evacuated residents

14.06.11.V Norway flood captures all new territory. The hardest situation in the south. The level of the largest lake in the kingdom Mjøsa rises to 2 centimeters per hour. Dams can not cope with this volume — experts have to carry extra water release. Of several communities had to evacuate.

Source: The first channel

Norway: dams can not cope with water

14.06.11.V Norway flood captures all new territory. The hardest situation in the south. The level of the largest lake in the kingdom Mjøsa rises to two inches per

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The first snow has covered China

October 5. Frozen roads. Transport works intermittently.

Province Yushu was not ready for a drastic change in the weather. But for the residents and tourists in the snow fun. They take pictures, play winter games. By the way, the snow shocked inhabitants of the north-western China is not the first time. Last year, the white shroud covered with a herd of camels.

Source: ONT.BY

Cold atmospheric front fall on southern China, bringing heavy downpours

September 18.Powerful cold atmospheric front fall within the next three days in parts of China, located to the south of the Yangtze River,

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UN called the flooding in South-East Asia regional emergency

The catastrophic flood that lasts a second month in South-East Asia, has acquired the character of a regional disaster, the report said the Asia-Pacific Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian issues at the United Nations (Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs), published on Thursday.

The document was sent to the representatives of the international media in Bangkok, where the headquarters of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).

The massive flooding of settlements, agricultural land and infrastructure as a result of abnormal seasonal rains occurred almost simultaneously in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos, the document

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Landslides and breaks ground in several areas of Mexico

30/09/11 Residents of areas of Santiago and Santa Cruz were forced to evacuate after their country began to appear numerous faults, landslides and soil shifts, reports demotiximages.com

Gaping cracks in the mountains, in the streets and in the houses made of Santiago and Santa Cruz in the ghost town. Local people carrying furniture and pets in trucks, horses, and just on the shoulders in search of a safe place to live.

Source: earth-chronicles.

British weather has set a temperature record for September

Recall that: Exceptionally warm temperature established in the U.S., Canada, and the UKAbnormally hot weather came to the UK in late September after a rather cool summer, Thursday, temperatures in some areas reached 29 degrees, according to the Met Office UK.Sudden warming has covered most areas of the United Kingdom. On Thursday, the highest temperature for the day, 29 September, has been observed in the East of England — 29 degrees. The previous record was recorded in 1895, when in York in northern England thermometer thermometer rose to 27.8 degrees.The current weather in the UK by an average of 10

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The capital of the Philippines and a half meters under water

For many residents of Manila is a reminder flood events of 2009, when as a result of torrential rains have killed more than 400 people

At least eight people have died from the consequences of powerful tropical storms in the Philippines. Flooding has paralyzed entire regions Philippine capital — sends Russian service Bi-bi-si.

It is reported that all the flood victims — members of one family. They were killed after a landslide hit the huts in Quezon City. Tens of thousands of residents of Manila were forced to flee their homes. The city closed kindergartens and offices, suspension of

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