Blizzards Current Affairs, GK & News
Why did the US storm bring dirty snow?
The ‘bomb cyclone’ that severed disasters in Minnesota and other upper parts of Mid west dumped in lot of dirt. The freshly falling snow was decolourised. The snow was not the usual pure white. It had lot of dust. The wind picked up lot of dust and dumped it into the circulation of the storm ..
Topics: Blizzards • Cyclone • Ice storms • Meteorological phenomena • Meteorology • Nature • Precipitation • Snow • Storm • Water ice • Weather hazards
Remnants of Cyclone Trevor : 150 mm rains
After the gusty winds striking at 250 – 300 km per hour speed, it is now role of the after rains to hit the coastal areas. The forecasters warn that there could be 150 – 200 mm of rains in the parts of Eastern Australia in the coming days. On the other side of Autralia, ..
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Cyclone Trevor hits Australia
Trevor is categorised as Category four cyclonic storm. The officials have declared the state of emergency. Flash floods are expected after the storm. Also, the storm is huge that it is expected to bring a year’s rainfall in just 2 days. The winds are expected to lash the lands at 250 km per hour. There ..
Topics: Blizzards • Cyclone Gonu • Cyclone Nilofar • Ice storms • North Indian Ocean cyclone season • Storms • Tropical cyclones
Missouri floods ”7000 evacuated
The water level of the Missouri level reached three storey building. The reason behind the flooding is the torrential rain caused by the ‘bomb’ cyclone last week and the rapid melting of snow. The flood level arose alarmingly breaking the previous records. Scientists say that such a disastrous flood is mainly due to climate change ..
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