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Extreme weather in Auckland

Extreme weather in Auckland

State of emergency declared for Auckland Auckland flooding live updates: Day two A third death related to the flooding around Auckland has been confirmed this afternoon. Police have confirmed that Fire and Emergency workers at a Shore Rd property that had been hit by a landslide found one person deceased earlier today. Police will now make enquiries on behalf of the Coroner. Two other deaths have been linked to the flooding – one body was found in a flooded culvert…

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A long range forecast of New Zealand’s weather

A long range forecast of New Zealand’s weather

This is a bit of entertainment from earthquake predictor, Ken Ring, until proven otherwise Ken Ring – Long Range Forecaster via Facebook Not over yet So far, with flooding almost everywhere a feature of New Zealand weather, particularly Gisborne and the East Coast, my suggestions made well before Christmas have come to fruition. Those who managed to get their hay in before 25 December 2022 will be grinning. Is another cyclone going to affect us? Once again, the loose talk…

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Extreme weather in the US

Extreme weather in the US

Is this the explanation for all the extreme weather, or is it the Jetstream? From Dane Wigington. Unprecedented Christmas weather origin? HAARP to bounce signal off asteroid on December 27, 2022 in new NASA experiment to prepare the globally anticipated 2029 encounter with asteroid Apophis Here’s the reason why the U.S. weather is very nasty right now… They are heating up the HAARP machines for a space experiment! The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program technology is about to be used (on…

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War and extreme weather: wheat production around the world

War and extreme weather: wheat production around the world

Between the war in Ukraine and drought elsewhere there are only two major producers that are doing OK: Canada, which suffered sever drought last year and Australia which was expecting a bumper crop now hampered by heavy rains. Russia Suspends Participation In Ukraine Grain Deal After “Massive” Drone Attack On Black Sea Fleet Russia suspended its participation in the Ukraine grain export deal after a swarm of drones targeted at least one Russian warship from the Black Sea navy. Following…

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Waiting for General Winter

Waiting for General Winter

Life Will Simply STOP! Europe Facing FREEZING Winter Without Energy And now for the good news….there isn’t any! How much is this due to chance? More Bad News For Europe: Forecasters Predict Colder Winter, Less Renewable Power Just days after we learned that Europe’s cell phone tower energy reserves will last 30 minutes during the upcoming mass blackouts, putting the entire European cellular system in jeopardy, the continent which will soon replace Russia with the US as its vassal master and energy…

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Hurricane Ian is connected to an Atlantic atmospheric river

Hurricane Ian is connected to an Atlantic atmospheric river

Margo has said to me that NASA Worldview (which was offline yesterday) is back. “If you look at it, you can see that Hurricane Ian is connected to an atmospheric river that stretches up along the North American coast  and all the way across the Atlantic, almost to Ireland and Norway. I have not seen anything like it before” Meanwhile, Down Under we are forgetting what the sun looks like as we get day after day, week after week of…

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From Australia and New Zealand

From Australia and New Zealand

La Nina weather event likely to hit for the third time in a row Australians can expect another summer of rain and floods as a ‘rare’ weather event is predicted to smash the country. Australians hoping to avoid another wet spring and summer have been delivered a blow after the United Nations’ weather agency forecast the La Nina weather phenomenon will likely last until at least the end of the year. The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) advised on Wednesday that…

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One-third of Pakistan is under water

One-third of Pakistan is under water

Death toll tops 1000 as devastating floods rage through Pakistan Insane footage has captured the moment a building collapsed into raging flood waters, with the ongoing disaster already killing 1000 people. More than 1000 people have been killed by devastating floods tearing through Pakistan, with footage showing entire buildings being dragged into the raging water. More than 33 million people have been impacted by the devastating floods, with almost one million homes destroyed or badly damaged as the death toll…

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Extreme heat & drought in China: Yangtze River runs dry

Extreme heat & drought in China: Yangtze River runs dry

Do you really think China is going to rule the world? Yangtze River Drought :Lowest Water Level in 157 Years | High Temperature | Power Outages For the past few days, about half of China’s land area has experienced the strongest and longest high temperature weather in history, with the temperature in many places continuing to exceed 40°C. Beibei in Chongqing has a high temperature as high as 45°C, constantly breaking the historical record. According to information from China Weather…

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