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High velocity winds pushing massive storm floods through the Mediterranean, record snows across European Alps, earliest remembered snows in Morocco, North America east and west coasts epic early snows and this is only the last week of October.


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6 dead as 70% of Venice is flooded following high winds and highest tide in a decade

Venice flood
Nearly three-quarters of Venice, Italy, was flooded Monday because of a storm system that brought strong winds, driving up water levels more than five feet in the lagoon city, officials said.

High winds push water in from the lagoon, flooding parts of the city frequently, but Monday's levels were far higher than normal. At its peak, Monday's water level reached nearly 61.5 inches, the highest since December 2008. Water levels were forecast to reach 63 inches above normal levels, which would have been the first time that had happened since December 1979.

"A strong low-pressure system is spinning through southern Europe, spreading heavy rain and strong winds across northern Italy," said weather.com meteorologist Chris Dolce. "The strong winds triggered the inundation in Venice as they blew from south to north through the Adriatic Sea."

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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Record floods continue across the planet

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Through the last six month we have seen an uptick in floods intensity with the "six months worth of rain in a day" and "a months of rain in three hours" events and was forecast if the Grand Solar Minimum was intensifying we would see a "one year of rain in a day" event. Now we have two in two weeks in the Middle East. Qatar and Jordan. Plus record floods in Kenya, Spain, France with six+ feet of snow dropped during the event. There is an uptick happening.


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Nine provinces of Iran inundated by floods

Flash flood has hit nine provinces of the country since Thursday, said head of Rescue and Relief Organization, Morteza Salimi.

Flash flood has hit nine provinces of the country since Thursday, said head of Rescue and Relief Organization, Morteza Salimi.
Over the past 48 hours, continuous, torrential rains have led to floods in nine provinces of the country, including East and West Azarbaijan, Ardebil, Ilam, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, North Khorasan, Khuzestan, Kermanshah and Lorestan.

Salimi went on to explain that the Red Crescent Society sent a fully equipped medical contingent to flood-ravaged areas to help with relief efforts, so that more than 476 individuals were rescued by 49 Red Crescent teams who conducted operation in 15 rural areas during this period.

Providing emergency shelter for individuals and transferring 8 people to safe zones and 4 people to hospitals are among other operations of Red Crescent rescue and relief teams, he concluded.

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140,000 farmers affected by flood disaster in Jigawa, Kenya

140,000 farmers affected by flood disaster
© NEMA
140,000 farmers affected by flood disaster in Jigawa
No fewer than 140,000 farmers in Jigawa were affected by the recent flood disaster which ravaged most of the farms located along the river banks in the state.

The Commissioner for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Alhaji Kabiru Ali, disclosed this when he received the Country Director, Sasakawa Global 2000, Prof. Sani Ahmed-Miko who paid him a courtesy visit in Dutse on Thursday.

He said that following the flood disaster, over 120,000 hectares of farmlands were destroyed while a number of villages were also submerged.

"Most of the crops along the river banks including rice, sourgham, cowpea, groundnut and millet were destroyed by the flood.

"A lot of villages were submerged, schools were closed and in some areas classrooms were half full with water," he said

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Roads flood in Mombasa, Kenya after heavy rain

Motorists wade through a flooded road at railways roundabout in Mombasa county yesterday after a heavy downpour.
© JOHN CHESOLI
Motorists wade through a flooded road at railways roundabout in Mombasa county yesterday after a heavy downpour.
Mombasa residents and motorists yesterday grappled with flooded streets following heavy rains.

The county administration has been making promises every time it floods, saying it would repair the drainage systems and demolish illegal structures on riparian land.

But when the sun shines, all the promises are forgotten and nothing substantial is done. Another statement is issued when another flood hits.

On Tuesday, the Meteorological Department warned residents of Kwale, Mombasa, Kilifi, Tana River and Lamu of possible flash floods in the next three days.


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Torrential rain brings flash floods to Russia's Black Sea coast destroying crucial bridge in Sochi

Floods russia black sea town Tuapse
© Sputnik / Vladislav Shchekoldin
A flooded street in Tuapse
Torrential rains hit Southern Russia on Wednesday, causing flash flooding and seriously disrupting life in the area. At least two people were killed by the disaster.

The storm and heavy rains affected a long stretch of Black Sea coast - from the town of Dzhubga in the northwest, to the city of Sochi in southeastern parts of the coast. The area is particularly vulnerable to flooding since it is separated from plains further north by Western Caucasus mountain range.

As of Thursday, an elderly couple was reportedly killed in the disaster and one woman is missing, with her family unable to contact her. An evacuation was ordered for about 460 people living in areas most endangered by the flooding. Residents of a small mountain village refused to leave even as the only road connecting it to the outside world was destroyed by water. Emergency services said they will be providing food and other essentials to the 176 people living there.

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18 children and teachers dead, 22 more injured in flash flooding in Jordan

Dead Sea in Jordan
© Reuters / Muhammad Hamed
At least 18 children and teachers were killed and 22 others wounded as a school bus was swept away by flash floods in the Zara Maeen area on the banks of the Dead Sea in Jordan.

The majority of the victims are believed to be students who were heading to a picnic at hot springs as part of a school trip. The witnesses said that the floodwaters swept their bus into a valley as it was approaching a resort area.

A major search operation has been launched to locate 37 students and seven adults, who were missing following the incident.

Israeli Defense Force has also sent its troops to assist in the search on the request of the Jordanian authorities.


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Ice Age Farmer Report: LNG/Fuel shortages as cold winter approaches - $ billion crop losses/prices rise - Flood/hail events

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- MEGA UPDATE - (1) Alert: Natural Gas supplies are low, prices are spiking, and a cold winter is inbound. Have a backup plan. (2) $3bil crops lost under snow in Canada. (3) Michael ag damages exceeding $2bil. (4) Major flood and hailstorms around the world. -- What are you doing to prepare for the difficult growing seasons ahead?


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Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Jet streams shift across Europe bringing climate chaos - North America is next

A man tries to reach a car that has been blocked by ice after a severe hailstorm hit Rome, Italy, on Sunday evening

A man tries to reach a car that has been blocked by ice after a severe hailstorm hit Rome, Italy.
Some strange anomalies are now manifesting over Europe as the Equatorial Vortex and Polar vortex collide with 20C below normal and 20C above normal fronts collide. Climate chaos is an understatement to what has been seen in the last few days and what is expected over the next ten days across the continent. Record rains in Spain, Italy and tornadoes in Cyprus. Hail feet deep paralyses Rome.


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