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Nisarga could become the first tropical cyclone in 129 years to hit western India in June

Cyclone Nisarga

IMD predicts heavy rainfall and strong winds with a speed of 90-100 kmph in the coastal districts of Maharashtra and Gujarat on June 3
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) warned that Nisarga Cyclone, which has turned into a depression in the Arabian Sea, will hit Maharashtra and Gujarat on June 3.

According to a Hindustan Times report, since 1891, no weather system has turned into a cyclone and made landfall near Mumbai or along the Maharashtra coast during June.

Which means that Nisarga Cyclone could be the first tropical cyclone in 129 years to hit Maharashtra in the month of June.

The Nisarga cyclonic storm is brewing in the Arabian sea near Lakshadweep at the moment.

Experts quoted in the report said that only two depression, 1948 and 1980, have come close but never turned into a tropical cyclone during June as per records.

Once this system intensifies into Cyclone Nisarga, it will be the second cyclone over North Indian Ocean this season this year, the first being Cyclone Amphan.

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Tornado in Belgorod, Russia

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RUSSIA - Tornado causes destruction in Belgorod, today June 1, 2020.


Cloud Lightning

At least 34 goats killed by 2 lightning strikes in Telangana, India

At least 30 goats, owned by Avula Bhumaiah, died in a lightning strike in Sayampeta of Dharmaram manda in Karimnagar
DEAD GOATS
Several parts of Mancherial district continue to register untimely rains coupled with strong gales for the second day on Sunday, causing losses to farmers drenching paddy produce in procurement centres.

Dandepalli, Mancherial, Mandamarri, Bellampalli, Nennal, Bheemini, Kannepalli, Tandur, Kotapalli, Chennur, Vemanapalli, Kasipet, Hajipur, and Luxettipet mandals saw light to moderate rains, recording somewhere between 15.6 mm and 64.4 mm of rainfall. Jannaram, Naspur, Dandepalli and Jaipur mandals witnessed light showers.

Due to the rains accompanied by gales, paddy produce shifted to several procurement centres was damaged. Poles were also collapsed and trees were uprooted, hitting supply of electricity for a few hours. The power was restored by 9 pm. The rains also damaged mango orchards, inflicting losses to growers.

Four goats died after being stricken by lightning at Choutapalli village in Tandur mandal.
However, the showers brought down maximum temperatures in the district bringing respite to the public who were struggle to cope with the scorching heat wave conditions.

Comment: Another report dated two days earlier on May 29 has 55 goats killed by a lightning strike in Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh:




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Ice Age Farmer Report: 100% farm workers have covid!? Forces behind riots engineering food shortages next

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As riots erupt in cities across the US, the same forces behind the violence are engineering food shortages to absolutely bring this country to its knees. How could this be possibly be achieved? Watch to find out. Then start growing food and work to defend our farms and food security.


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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Unexplained light and energy in Earth's skies a 3200 year cycle

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Above: From the archives of Thomas Ashcraft, a Green Ghost photographed in 2014. “At the time I did not realize what I had captured,” he says.
Signs in the skies as now main stream science tries to explain change the average person is seeing form 2 second duration jellyfish sprites to plasma filament ropes with most aurora, but we can see exact matches in Tokamak plasma reactors when magnetic fields are intensified. The laboratory and Earths skies indicate magnetic fields are changing. Your ability to manifest will be enhanced, this is the reason the human race is being separated.

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


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Comment: See in addition: Recently discovered electrical phenomenon 'Green Ghost' captured over West Texas


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Mauled by dogs, six-yr-old girl dies for want of treatment in Telangana, India

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Photo for representation
A six-year-old girl died after she was mauled by stray dogs and hospitals refused to treat her.

The dog attack took place in the Chengicherla area after a labourer youngest daughter was attacked by hungry dogs.

Hospital after hospital refused to admit her and referred her to another hospital after first aid. The girl died at Niloufer Hospital, where she was finally admitted.

The police said she was attacked by stray dogs around 11 am that left her severely injured. Her parents took her to a private hospital where her wounds were cleaned.

Cloud Precipitation

1 dead, 4 missing due to 147 mudslides, landslides triggered by heavy rainfall in Yunnan, China

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One person was killed and four others remained missing as of Thursday due to rain-triggered mudslides and landslides in southwest China's Yunnan Province, local authorities said.

Since Sunday, Drung-Nu Autonomous County of Gongshan has been lashed by the heaviest rainfall since meteorological records began, cutting off roads and damaging houses, power facilities and communication lines, according to the county government's information office.

As of 3 p.m. on Thursday, 147 mudslides and landslides were recorded
, with more than 5,300 people affected, including 1,992 residents who were urgently relocated and 1,041 stranded tourists.

Rescue and relief efforts are underway.


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Lightning ignites at least 15 wildfires across Alaska

Map of the more than 1,800 lightning strikes throughout Alaska on May 30, 2020.

Map of the more than 1,800 lightning strikes throughout Alaska on May 30, 2020.
Firefighters and aircraft were are busy Sunday working on two lightning-caused fires burning within 25 miles of Unlakleet with more firefighters slated to joint the effort after lightning became a big factor in new fire starts in Alaska this weekend. Lightning is suspected of causing more than 15 new fires in Alaska this weekend.

There were approximately 1,858 recorded lightning strikes throughout the state Saturday with Sunday's tally at more than 2,900 by 8 p.m. On Saturday, the lightning was scattered throughout a ribbon starting in the Yukon-Kukoskwim Delta north of Bethel stretching across through Central Interior with a cluster appearing north of the Mat-Su Valley. On Sunday, that area was expanded to the Canadian border as rain storms moved through the Fairbanks area in the afternoon.

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Almost 87,000 lightning strikes in Washington on Saturday - nearly 2/3 annual average!

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A barrage of lightning strikes numbering in the tens of thousands pummeled Washington state as multiple waves of thunderstorms moved through on Saturday.

In Western Washington, sensors with the National Lightning Detection Network calculated 15,755 lightning strikes -- 4,119 that struck the ground (the rest were within the clouds), according to Chris Vagasky with Vaisala.


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Recently discovered electrical phenomenon 'Green Ghost' captured over West Texas

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Above: From the archives of Thomas Ashcraft, a Green Ghost photographed in 2014. “At the time I did not realize what I had captured,” he says.
Want to discover something new? Keep an eye on the tops of thunderstorms. Sprites, trolls, elves and pixies: These are just a handful of the exotic phenomena that have surprised researchers monitoring cloudtops since the 1980s. In fact, a new one has just been discovered. Introducing, the Green Ghost.

Thomas Ashcraft caught one over New Mexico on May 25th. Play his movie, and look for the green afterglow following the flash of this magnificent jellyfish sprite:


Comment: One wonders if we will soon observe what the ancients recorded at times of global upheaval/climate shift. See: Symbols of Transition: Shifting sands unveil 'stick man' petroglyphs on Hawaii beach

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