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Deadly storm Ionas washes away entire beach on Greek island of Kefalonia

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Jerusalem Beach on the Greek island of Kefalonia
Storm Ianos made landfall in Greece on Friday and entirely washed away a beach on the island of Kefalonia. Videos posted by locals on social media showed massive destruction.

The Mediterranean hurricane ('Medicane') hit Kefalonia on Friday. Footage posted to Twitter shows the once-beautiful Jerusalem Beach being entirely washed away by the catastrophic flooding.

Comment: Unusual Mediterranean cyclone 'Ianos' hits Western Greece


Attention

Necropsy of massive dead whale under way on Jersey Shore beach

The necropsy of a whale that died at sea is under way Friday on a Brigantine beach.
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The necropsy of a whale that died at sea is under way Friday on a Brigantine beach.
A video shows a humpback whale that died at sea and ended up in a Jersey Shore inlet being towed to shore Thursday.

A necropsy of the 30-foot mammal was scheduled to begin on the beach at Seaside Road in Brigantine, Friday morning, according to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center.

The whale may have been entangled at some point and was tracked Wednesday to under the Brigantine Bridge, according to the organization's founder and director, Robert Schoelkopf.

Arrow Down

Large landslide filmed in Sichuan, China

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Landslide occurred in Yanbian County, Sichuan - China, September 14, 2020.


Cloud Precipitation

50,000 affected by floods in Kankan, Guinea

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Flooding has affected around 50,000 people in the city of Kankan and the surrounding Kankan region in eastern Guinea since early September 2020.

According to media reports heavy rainfall began on 03 September. Guinea Red Cross report that 26 out of the 27 districts of the urban municipality and the 12 sub-prefectures of Kankan experienced heavy rainfall causing major damage to people and their property.

Around 50,000 people from 10,000 households have been affected, with 657 houses damaged or destroyed and 1,363 people displaced. Local media reported 1 person missing.


Seismograph

6.9 magnitude earthquake hits Mid-Atlantic ridge

Mid Atlantic ridge quake
A magnitude 6.9 earthquake occurred Friday evening on the central Mid-Atlantic Ridge between the west Coast of Africa and South America at 6:43 PM EDT.

The epicenter is over 4,000 miles away from the state of Florida and poses no tsunami threat to the U.S. mainland.

Fire

Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Will wildfire smoke cause record cold this Autumn?

In this photo provided by Frederic Larson, the Golden Gate Bridge is seen at 11am Wednesday morning in San Francisco, amid a smoky, orange hue caused by the ongoing wildfires
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In this photo provided by Frederic Larson, the Golden Gate Bridge is seen at 11am Wednesday morning in San Francisco, amid a smoky, orange hue caused by the ongoing wildfires
With record amounts of smoke from the U.S west coast wildfires now drifting past NYC, you have to ask if the sunlight blocking will cause unusual cold and snow this autumn. Chinese farmers hoarding wheat because higher prices are being paid by traders than the government mandated price, this is causing shortages in China's National Strategic Grain Reserves. Still no sunspots on our Sun as Solar Cycle 25 is a non-starter.


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Boat

Massive flooding in Misurata, Libya

Floods in Misrata, Libya

Floods in Misrata, Libya
Torrential rain brings massive flooding in Libya. September 15, 2020.


Snowflake

Up to 6 inches of early snow hits Kyrgyzstan

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Snow has fallen in Talas district.

It fell in the night of September 18, district governor Zamir Sydykov said.

The local authorities and farmers estimate the amount of crops covered by snow.

"Snow has fallen in Taldy-Bulak and Kopuro-Bazar. Herders managed to drive cattle from pastures. Crops remained unharvested however. The rural municipalities are evaluating the caused damage," the governor said.


Comment: Additional details from the same source later on in the day:
The Too-Ashuu, Ala-Bel, Kok-Bek and Otmok passes on Kyrgyzstan's major roads were cleared from snow allowing resumption of traffic, the Ministry of Transport and Roads announced.

The snow fell overnight on those passes. The snow cover reached 10-15cm in some places, causing traffic jams.

The passes were cleared from snow and the roads were treated to prevent icing.

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Cloud Lightning

Lighting bolt kills 6 family members, injures 4 more in Cambodia

The dead are mourned in the aftermath of the tragedy.

The dead are mourned in the aftermath of the tragedy.
A family holiday ended in tragedy yesterday after a lightning strike killed six people and injured another four in Battambang.

According to a report by the provincial authorities, over ten family members had gathered to have dinner at around 6pm at a house in the province when lighting struck.

The victims who lost their lives have been identified as Yum Nhik, 56, Dam Sokna, 56, Yum Chariya, 25, Yum Ravuth, 26, Orn Rin 27, with the last person only identified as Thy, age unknown.

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Shocking image from space shows a record 5 tropical cyclones in the Atlantic basin at the same time

STORMS
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An astonishing satellite photo shows five tropical cyclones swirling in the Atlantic basin at once.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) captured the image on Monday afternoon. It shows Tropical Depression Rene, Tropical Storms Teddy and Vicky, and Hurricanes Sally and Paulette.

"This ties the record for the most number of tropical cyclones in that basin at one time," the National Weather Service tweeted on Monday.

The Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean, and Gulf of Mexico have only held this many storms once before, in September 1971.