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Two women killed in landslide in Himachal Pradesh, India

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Two women were killed after being hit by a boulder at Satkaldi nullah on Nerva-Bajathal road in Chopal subdivision of Shimla district on Thursday.

The incident occurred 10km from Nerva town. The deceased have been identified as 40-year-old Kamla Devi and Shukri Devi, 70.

They were on their way to mourn a death in the adjoining village. Shimla SP Mohit Chawla said Kamla died on the spot, while the other woman succumbed to her injuries at the Nerva Civil Hospital.

The kin of the deceased have been given an immediate relief of ₹ 10,000.


Cloud Precipitation

Torrential flood hits Yalta, Russia

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It is incredible!! A torrential flood and cars are games in the streets of Yalta, Ukraine


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Waterspout filmed of East Java, Indonesia

The natural phenomenon of waterspout or vortex
© Instagram/@isunbanyuwangi
The natural phenomenon of waterspout or vortex in the sea occurred in the northern waters of Banyuwangi or the Bali strait, Wednesday (16/6/2021).
The natural phenomenon of a waterspout or vortex in the sea occurred in the northern waters of Banyuwangi or the Bali strait, Wednesday (16/6/2021).

Waterspout began to occur around 16.00 WIB.

Videos recording this phenomenon are also widely circulated on a number of social media.


(Translated by Google)

Ice Cube

Laptev Sea ice melting earlier than expected is insignificant

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A 'professional' meteorologist on Twitter who primarily focuses on melting sea ice and high temperatures, tweeted the following on June 15th, 2021:
"We have never seen the Laptev Sea in the Arctic melt this fast so early in the summer. Uncharted territory with intense heatwaves firing up all round the Northern Hemisphere. It could be a long summer, again."
He attached two graphs.

Earlier in the month, another Twitter user, a climate (atmospheric) 'scientist' tweeted: "Yikes! We are off to a record-breaking start to the sea ice melt season in the Laptev Sea (again)".

What man-made global warming supporters often do is pick and select data that support their beliefs. If you take a look at the average monthly Laptev Sea ice extent from January 1980 to February 2021 as published by Statista Research Department, you can see during which month the ice starts to melt, how fast and how much over the years. It fluctuates over the years. For example, in 2015, much more ice (approximately 230,000 km2) melted than in 2016. Shouldn't more ice have melted in 2016, since people are causing more atmospheric CO2 year after year? The data don't fit the man-made global warming agenda.

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Intense sandstorm blocks roads and ports in Kuwait

Kuwait sandstorm
© YouTube/Chave weather (screen capture)
A heavy sand storm blocks access in Kuwait, near Kuwait City and Al Jahra. June 13th 2021.


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Historic snowfall hits Argentina

Historic Argentina snow


Heavy snowfall has surprised residents of several areas of the interior of Argentina this week, including in the city of Córdoba, which was blanketed in snow for the first time in 14 years.


Across social media networks, #Córdoba was the most used hashtag in Argentina on Wednesday.

Stunning photos and videos have captured the incredibly rare snowfall, which is thought to have occurred just a handful of times in the past 100+ years (in 2007, 1975, 1955, 1920, 1918, and 1912 — years which ALL correlate to solar minimums/prolonged periods of reduced solar activity).


Comment: We're entering an ice age. Its effects will likely be felt within the coming year, and its devastating consequences over the next 3-5 years.

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River in Crimea's Kerch overflows banks flooding city center after heavy rain

The central streets of the city of Kerch in eastern Crimea are flooded as a result of heavy rains

The central streets of the city of Kerch in eastern Crimea are flooded as a result of heavy rains
The central streets of the city of Kerch in eastern Crimea are flooded as a result of heavy rains and the overflowing of the banks of the Melek-Chesme River, Sergei Borozdin, the city mayor, said on Thursday.

Heavy downfalls hit the city overnight in the east of the peninsula, affecting Kerch and adjacent areas.

"Unfortunately, due to intense rainfall, the Melek-Chesme River overflowed its banks, and about 12 houses and the city hospital were flooded. Due to the flooding of the central streets ... I recommend refraining from using private vehicles. The streets and crossroads are impassable," Borozdin wrote on Facebook.

The city administration, along with the local branch of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, is taking measures to rescue people.


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Severe hailstorm hits Madrid, Spain

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Severe hailstorm in Madrid, Spain - 16.6.2021


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Waterspout filmed in Antalya, Turkey

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A tornado occurred in the sea in Serik district of Antalya.

The tornado reaching the beach damaged the roof of a hotel.


(Translated by Google)

Cloud Precipitation

Floods in Oaxaca, Mexico after 440mm (17 inches) of rain in 2 days

Flooding along the Mala River in San Juan Guichicovi Oaxaca Mexico June 2021.
© Civil Protection Oaxaca
Flooding along the Mala River in San Juan Guichicovi Oaxaca Mexico June 2021.
Heavy rainfall brought by an area of low pressure has caused flooding and landslides in the state of Oaxaca, southern Mexico. Thunderstorms and lightning were also reported and 2 people died in lightning strikes in Ocotlán de Morelos municipality.

Mexico's National Meteorological Service reported that over 440 mm of rain fell in Jacatepec, Oaxaca in a 48 hour period to 16 June 2021.

State Civil Protection said several rivers have broken their banks, including the Mala river in the municipality of San Juan Guichicovi, and the Los Perros river in the city of Ixtepec. Levels of the the Los Perros river jumped over 3 metres in the space of a few hours, reaching 6.8 metres on 16 June, well above the danger mark of 3.5 metres. At least 50 families have evacuated their homes as a result.