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At least 5 waterspouts seen at Laguna de Bay, Philippines

Over five waterspouts were seen over Laguna de Bay on Saturday afternoon, the Muntinlupa City government said Saturday.

A video from Muntinlupa Councilor Arlene Hilapo, which was shared by the Muntinlupa government's official Facebook page, show some waterspouts over the lake before vanishing.


Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Survival instinct kicks in across the planet - Is it a 1200 B.C repeat?

Mousa Broch
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A tourist visits Mousa Broch, the tallest known Iron Age broch and one of Europe's best-preserved prehistoric buildings
With no attempt to revive the global economy, we need to look at longer cycles that affected society, and Scotland's Brochs are a good place to start, thousands of stone fortifications suddenly erected at the decline of the Iron Age. Mimics the 51% decline in USA GDP Q2, Hertz 25th largest bankruptcy in history and it seems escape paths are being blocked at every turn. Retirees buying escape RV's, sixth sense kicking in.


Comment: See also: Brochs: Scotland's enigmatic Iron Age circular stone structures

Cloud Precipitation

2 hour downpour triggers flash floods in Phuket, Thailand

The Khraeng intersection on Sakdidet Road is flooded after two hours of heavy rain in Muang district of Phuket on Saturday morning.
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Tha Khraeng intersection on Sakdidet Road is flooded after two hours of heavy rain in Muang district of Phuket on Saturday morning.
Heavy rain triggered flooding in several areas in downtown Muang district of this southern island province on Saturday morning.

Several roads in the municipal area were impassable to small vehicles after heavy downpours pounded the island from 9.30am to 11.40am, said Sophon Thongsai, chief of the provincial disaster prevention and mitigation office.


Man hospitalized after lone-wolf attack in Port Edwards, British Columbia

A grey wolf seen in a file photo.
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A grey wolf seen in a file photo.
A B.C. man is recovering in hospital following an attack by a lone wolf in Port Edwards, just south of Prince Rupert.

The B.C. Conservation Officer Service (COS) says the attack happened just after 11 p.m., while the man was walking home.

The COS says the man's injuries aren't life threatening.

Officers have been deployed in the area to search for the wolf.


6.0-magnitude earthquake strikes Peru

An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.0 jolted 32 km WNW of Lampa, Peru at 05:09:35 GMT on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

The epicenter, with a depth of 153.41 km, was initially determined to be at 15.2747 degrees south latitude and 70.663 degrees west longitude.

Source: NAN/Xinhua

Cloud Lightning

Farmer, 2 daughters killed by lightning bolt in Andhra Pradesh, India

A farmer and his two daughters were killed on the spot when lightning struck them in the fields at Tippireddipalle village of Peddapanjani mandal under Gangavaram police circle limits on Saturday night.

According to the Gangavaram police, Ramakrishna (50) was in the fields close to the the village late in the evening to milch the cows. Around 7.30 p.m., his two daughters Rama Devi (24) and Meena (22) reached the spot to assist their father. All of a sudden, gales and rain started, forcing the trio to take shelter under a tree in the field, when lightning struck them, killing all the three on the spot. On hearing the tragic news, the farmer's spouse fell unconscious. The Gangavaram police rushed to the spot. A case has been registered.


Tornado in Cintalapa, Mexico

Tornado in Cintalapa, Chiapas - Mexico May 28, 2020.


Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Bizarre weather phenomenon May 2020

The scene at Zogori on May 26.
The scene at Zogori on May 26.
May 2020 will be a month to remember and climate extremes are no exception. Cold and snow records shattered across the globe which indicate a reduction in growing season length. This happened during the Maunder Minimum in the 1600s and as the GSM intensifies today, we should expect crop yield reductions and sky high food prices.

Let me know what you think about the information presented, does it show a trend?


Cloud Lightning

Lightning bolt kills 3 pigs in the Philippines

At least three pigs died after they were struck by lightning Thursday afternoon, May 28, in Banga, Aklan.

Russel Braulio, owner of the pigs, said the incident happened past 3 p.m. Thursday.

"I was at home. It was raining then. Suddenly, I heard a flashing light and noise," Braulio said.

He said taking care of domestic pigs is one of his livelihood.

"We decided to just bury the pigs. We could not do anything more about it," said Braulio.

Aside from the pigs, a tree nearby was also hit by the lightning.

Cloud Lightning

Lightning kills 2 women in Rolpa, Nepal

Two women were killed after being struck by lightning in Rolpa on Friday.

District Administration Office, Rolpa said the lightning strikes claimed two women in Tribeni rural municipality-7, Gairigaun of the district.

The deceased have been identified as 75-year-old Khirma Bantha and 21-year-old Asha Budha Magar.

Critically injured Khirma and Asha died while being rushed to the hospital.

A team of police had reached the incident site after being tipped off, said DSP Chitra Bahadur Gurung.