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Signs and Portents: Woman discovers two-headed worm in Cheltenham, UK

Sherrie and her partner came across the two-headed worm while out in the garden.
© Sherrie Fox
Sherrie and her partner came across the two-headed worm while out in the garden.
A woman from Cheltenham had quite a surprise after discovering a two-headed worm in her garden.

After Sherrie Fox found the unusual creepy crawly she decided to name one head 'Kevin' and the other 'Perry', after the famous characters played by Harry Enfield and Kathy Burke.

Sherrie and her partner came across the two-headed creature while out in her garden near Gallagher Retail Park on Sunday 8 November and took some pictures of the oddity before putting it back.

Seismograph

Three M5+ earthquakes struck yesterday...within three minutes of each other

Three M5+ earthquakes
© Twitter/TheBlazinAce (screen capture)
Three M5+ earthquakes struck yesterday, Friday 13th November, within a few minutes of each other.

Snowflake

Storm brings near white-out conditions to Snoqualmie Pass, Washington, with at least 18 inches of snowfall

trucking
It's Friday the 13th and those who had plans to travel over the mountain passes might be cursing their luck as a strong winter-type storm pummeled the Cascades.

Heavy snow combined with blustery winds to bring near white-out conditions to I-90 along Snoqualmie Pass, according to the WSDOT.

Multiple spinouts have forced occasional closures of the pass. Eastbound lanes were shut down just after 8:30 a.m. for about an hour to clear wrecks, WSDOT officials said while westbound remained open with chains required. Earlier, multiple spinouts closed a 37-mile stretch of I-90 through much of the mountains late Thursday night into the wee hours of Friday morning, reopening just after 1 a.m. with chain requirements for all vehicles except 4 wheel/all wheel drive.


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Another gigantic alligator spotted on Florida golf course

giant alligator florida golf course
© Jeff Jones
Yep, this monster is real. Caught on camera during Hurricane #Eta in Naples.
Florida — a.k.a. America's Australia — has wild weather, dangerous microorganisms, GMO mosquitos, and, of course, tons of alligators. Here, for example, is one of the mondo crocodilians strolling across a golf course, not giving a fudge about onlookers. And while we can't be sure this is the same now-famous gator spotted in 2016 in the state, we have our suspicions.

WINK News meteorologist, Matt Devitt, hit Twitter with the above images of the dinosaur giant alligator. It seems that multiple golfers riding in a car spotted the alligator while it was enjoying a stroll through the heavy rains of Hurricane Eta. (Eta, incidentally, is quite terrifying in its own right.)

Cloud Precipitation

Bridge collapses amid flash-flooding in North Carolina as Tropical Storm Eta kills at least 7

Fox46 reporter Amber Roberts and photojournalist Jonathan Monte were caught in a scary moment on Thursday when a bridge collapsed in Alexander County

Fox46 reporter Amber Roberts and photojournalist Jonathan Monte were caught in a scary moment on Thursday when a bridge collapsed in Alexander County
At least seven people have been killed and two are missing in flash flooding in North Carolina caused by Tropical Storm Eta.

Parts of the Tar Heel state experienced torrential downpours and as much as 10 inches of rain inundated roadways on Thursday.

The heavy rain in North Caroline came as Eta spiraled away from Florida, but left behind tropical moisture that mixed with a cold front to produce flash flooding.

At least seven people have died due to dangerous flash floods in Alexander and Iredell counties, while two others are missing.

The Wake County Sheriff's Office revealed on Thursday afternoon that the body of an 11-year-old-child was found in Rolesville.


Attention

Strong explosions at Stromboli volcano, Italy

Stromboli volcano

Stromboli volcano
These are the incredible recorded images of the explosion of the Stromboli volcano last night!

Many homes on the island were damaged by the shock wave!

Continue to monitor the volcano live visiting https://bit.ly/2UuLh2Z


Cloud Precipitation

Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Where the world is shifting in 2021

Floods in Al Bayda, Libya
© YouTube/Adapt 2030 (screen capture)
We see a shift in physicality around us, this time the new space is focused on the African Sahel. Locust and record rains signal a solid possibility of creating a new crop growing area for the world in this location. Now what is required is a re-focusing of assets and financing, wow, the Great Reset.


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Umbrella

No respite for central Vietnam from landslides, flooding as 12th storm hits - at least 235 people killed or missing since October

Two men on motorbikes were buried under mud and rocks on Truong Son Dong Street before being rescued.

Two men on motorbikes were buried under mud and rocks on Truong Son Dong Street before being rescued.
Heavy rains brought by Storm Etau over the past three days have caused landslides and severe flooding in central provinces, disrupting traffic and badly affecting people's lives.

In Quang Ngai, landslides have unleashed massive amounts of mud and rock at Ra Pan village in Son Tay District since Wednesday.

Do Thanh Vuot, a local official, said people heard loud explosions from cracks in mountainsides at 1 a.m. Wednesday.

Etau, which made landfall Tuesday morning and weakened into a tropical depression, has brought prolonged rains to Quang Ngai and other provinces.



Arrow Down

Sinkhole opens beneath parked van in Los Angeles

No parking

No parking
A sinkhole that opened suddenly on a Los Angeles street swallowed the front half of a family's parked van.

The Los Angeles Fire Department said the vehicle was unoccupied Tuesday morning when the sinkhole opened underneath it on a street in the city's Crenshaw District.


Question

More than 200 ducks killed by traffic after confusing wet pavement for wetlands in Iowa

A dead duck

A dead duck
More than 200 ducks were killed after they mistook wet pavement for wetland marshes and were hit by vehicles, wildlife officials said.

"I counted over 200 dead ducks on the highway, and can only imagine how many dead ones were out of sight in the ditch," Iowa Department of Natural Resources officer Steve Griebel said in a statement. "It was all different species, mostly bluebills, but there were mallards, buffleheads, teal. It must have been an epic migration."

The birds started migrating when a cold front descended on Canada and the Dakotas. A rare weather phenomenon where a cold front collides with a strong front confused the migrating birds. A strong rain then forced the flocks to land.