Archive | October 10, 2016

European forecasters have warned that winter 2016 – 2017 will be the coldest in the last 100 years

Cold Weather Alert
According to forecasters, winter 2016-2017 in Europe will be the coldest for 100 years. Arctic air masses will arrive in a few months already and the sun never shows up on the horizon that very rarely. What is the level of probability of these forecasts, the specialists promise to check out them in the next few weeks, when they will have new data.
 
European specialists believe that the inhabitants of the old world should already make provision of sweaters and jackets. The German meteorologist Dominik Jung said the 2016-2017 season promises to be unusually cold. The specialist said that it ‘shiver’ just by looking at the maps and models established by the national weather Service. According to him, the lowest temperatures will be saved during the months of January and February. Don’t expect a thaw of spring, even in March: the Europeans will have to wait for the month of April to warm up under the rays of the Sun. Meteorologist Joe Bastardi, AccuWeather weather service, agrees with his colleague. It also poses a bit gratifying diagnosis by saying that “it will be very cold. Its forecast is based on the fact that next winter will be marked by the arrival of Arctic air masses which move over Europe. The reduction in solar activity during this period will increase the drop in temperatures that will be even lower. Elena Volosiouk, specialist Meteorological Center Fobos, notes that the solar system is also changing of seasons.
 
“This phenomenon is related first to the disruption of the movement of air masses. When air blows from the Atlantic ocean, winter is mild and is marked by recurrent thaws and a wet snow. Remember the last winters: thaws almost never took place. We have had hurricanes from the South, which resulted in falls and snow storms. And then the Arctic cold happened. Usually, the change in the forms of traffic is related to solar activity. Today, we face a period of local reduction of the temperature, but it is premature to talk about global cooling and “ice age.”
Courtesy of mesastuces.net

CME WILL COLLIDE WITH VERY HIGH ENERGY PARTICLES AND STRIKE THE WEAK MAGNETOSPHERE

**VERY URGENT**
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CME WILL COLLIDE WITH VERY HIGH ENERGY PARTICLES AND
STRIKE THE WEAK MAGNETOSPHERE ON
  13th OCTOBER 2016
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BE ALERT***

MEGA DIP SPIKES ON THE WEAK MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 18:45, 19:15 HRS UTC

**VERY URGENT**
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  MEGA DIP SPIKES ON THE WEAK MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 18:45, 19:15 HRS UTC. FURTHER EARTHQUAKES, VOLCANO ACTIVITY & ADVERSE WEATHER PATTERNS WILL BE GREATLY INFLUENCED BY THE COSMIC RAYS STRIKING THE EARTH’S CORE
***BE ALERT***

MAGNITUDE 3.5 OKLAHOMA

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=536328

Subject To Change

Depth: 5 km

Distances: 406 km N of Dallas, United States / pop: 1,198,000 / local time: 15:27:55.7 2016-10-10
122 km NE of Oklahoma City, United States / pop: 580,000 / local time: 15:27:55.7 2016-10-10
13 km NW of Pawnee, United States / pop: 2,200 / local time: 15:27:55.7 2016-10-10

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MAGNITUDE 3.0 CYPRUS REGION

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=536297

Subject To Change

Depth: 12 km

Distances: 27 km SW of Nicosia, Cyprus / pop: 201,000 / local time: 19:33:46.8 2016-10-10
4 km W of Lythrodhondas, Cyprus / pop: 2,800 / local time: 19:33:46.8 2016-10-10

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MAGNITUDE 2.6 PORTUGAL

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=536289

Subject To Change

Depth: 30 km

Distances: 167 km S of Lisbon, Portugal / pop: 518,000 / local time: 16:50:01.2 2016-10-10
59 km NW of Faro, Portugal / pop: 41,400 / local time: 16:50:01.2 2016-10-10
5 km E of Monchique, Portugal / pop: 5,500 / local time: 16:50:01.2 2016-10-10

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MAGNITUDE 5.2 TONGA

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us20007d2t#executive

Subject To Change

Depth: 10 km

Distances: 416 km SW of Apia, Samoa / pop: 40,500 / local time: 03:16:12.9 2016-10-11
359 km SW of Gataivai, Samoa / pop: 1,200 / local time: 03:16:12.9 2016-10-11

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MAGNITUDE 2.9 FRANCE

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=536259

Subject To Change

Depth: 0 km

Distances: 131 km E of Saint Helier, Jersey / pop: 28,000 / local time: 12:20:10.8 2016-10-10
35 km N of Caen, France / pop: 111,000 / local time: 13:20:10.8 2016-10-10
19 km N of Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, France / pop: 1,900 / local time: 13:20:10.8 2016-10-10

 
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MAGNITUDE 5.2 TONGA

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us20007d25#executive

Subject To Change

Depth: 10 km

Distances: 378 km SW of Apia, Samoa / pop: 40,500 / local time: 22:35:07.0 2016-10-10
323 km SW of Gataivai, Samoa / pop: 1,200 / local time: 22:35:07.0 2016-10-10

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MAGNITUDE 2.1 PORTUGAL

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=536196

Subject To Change

Depth: 1 km

Distances: 207 km SE of Lisbon, Portugal / pop: 518,000 / local time: 04:47:39.0 2016-10-10
13 km N of Faro, Portugal / pop: 41,400 / local time: 04:47:39.0 2016-10-10
3 km SW of São Brás de Alportel, Portugal / pop: 11,200 / local time: 04:47:39.0 2016-10-10

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