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Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T22:10+0200dcourier (en)

FLAGSTAFF — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Inside the extreme weather week of June 15

2022-06-16T18:26+0200click2houston (en)

Hey y’all! It’s Caroline Brown and I’m so excited to write the first newsletter in this blog! Being a meteorologist here in Houston, I get to talk about so many exciting local weather features, just this week we talked about Saharan dust, record breaking heat, and the tropics, but there’s a lot of....

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:17+0200TorontoStar (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:14+0200wboc (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:12+0200buffalonews (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:09+0200siouxcityjournal (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:09+0200wcfcourier (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T03:04+0200whig (en)

The monsoon can be a mixed bag — cooling sweltering cities like Las Vegas and Phoenix but bringing the risk of flooding to mountain towns and low-lying deserts alike. It carries a promise of rain but doesn't always deliver. And even when it does, the moisture isn't shared equally across the Four Corners region and beyond.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:55+0200independent-UK (en)

Already, conditions are setting up for moisture to move into northern Arizona and other spots later this week that can aid firefighters but also bring dry lightning that could spark more blazes. “A lot of beneficial ingredients come with this,” said Brian Klimowski, who heads the National Weather Service in Flagstaff.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:54+0200krmg (en)

Western Wildfires This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Rain in the forecast later this week could help firefighters battling the blaze. (Rincon Valley Fire District via AP) (Uncredited) ....

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:53+0200wsoctv (en)

Western Wildfires This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Rain in the forecast later this week could help firefighters battling the blaze. (Rincon Valley Fire District via AP) (Uncredited) ....

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:51+0200apnews (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:51+0200actionnewsjax (en)

Western Wildfires This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Rain in the forecast later this week could help firefighters battling the blaze. (Rincon Valley Fire District via AP) (Uncredited) ....

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:50+0200yourerie (en)

by: FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press. Posted: Jun 15, 2022 / 08:45 PM EDT. Updated: Jun 15, 2022 / 08:50 PM EDT. FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been....

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:49+0200cbs17 (en)

This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Rain in Read More This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:49+0200wearecentralpa (en)

This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Rain in Read More This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:49+0200clickondetroit (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:48+0200wowktv (en)

This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Rain in Read More This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:48+0200wftv (en)

Western Wildfires This photo provided by the Rincon Valley Fire District shows crews working a wildfire on the outskirts of Flagstaff, Ariz., on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Rain in the forecast later this week could help firefighters battling the blaze. (Rincon Valley Fire District via AP) (Uncredited) ....

There is still heavy precipitation in South China, Jiangnan and other places, and persistent high temperature weather will occur in North China, Huanghuai and other places – yqqlm

2022-06-16T02:46+0200breakinglatest (en)

1. Weather. 1. Domestic situation. Yesterday, there were heavy rainstorms in Guangdong, Fujian and other places, and high temperature weather in Henan, Hubei, Shaanxi and other places: from 08:00 yesterday to 06:00 today, there were heavy to heavy rains in central and eastern Guangdong and southern....

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:46+0200krqe (en)

by: FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press. Posted: Jun 15, 2022 / 06:45 PM MDT. Updated: Jun 15, 2022 / 06:45 PM MDT. FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been....

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:46+0200news4jax (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

Summer rainy season sets up across Four Corners region

2022-06-16T02:43+0200click2houston (en)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Some Arizona residents were battered by flooding last year when the summer rainy season known simply as the monsoon unleashed on mountains that have been scorched by flames — a concern again this year for residents in the throes of a particularly ferocious wildfire season.

India News | Assam Witnesses Incessant Rainfall Once Again

2022-06-15T17:13+0200latestly (en)

Guwahati (Assam) [ India ], June 15 (ANI): After the massive flood and landslides in several districts of the state in May, Assam is once again hit by the incessant rainfall. With the rainfall on Wednesday, the Dima Hasao district of the state has been facing floods and landslides.

Assam witnesses incessant rainfall once again

2022-06-15T17:04+0200aninews (en)

Guwahati (Assam) [ India ], June 15 (ANI): After the massive flood and landslides in several districts of the state in May, Assam is once again hit by the incessant rainfall. With the rainfall on Wednesday, the Dima Hasao district of the state has been facing floods and landslides.

4 Killed as Heavy Rains, Landslides Bring Guwahati to…

2022-06-15T06:37+0200vervetimes (en)

While rainfall brought necessary relief from the sweltering heat in Western India ’s Rajasthan and Gujarat region, it has brought Assam to a standstill as the Northeastern state witnessed floods and landslides that killed at least four people. Moderate to heavy rainfall was recorded in parts of Rajasthan in the last 24 hours on Tuesday.

Es así: el cambio climático influye en las olas de calor (y en los incendios, lluvias torrenciales, sequías…)

2022-06-15T06:16+0200rebelion (es)

– que analiza y comunica la posible influencia del cambio climático en los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos –como tormentas, lluvias torrenciales, olas de calor, nevadas, incendios y sequías–. Foto: Una mujer camina por el agua de la inundación tras las fuertes lluvias en Gross-Vernich, Alemania, 15 de julio de 2021.

Weather Updates: 4 Killed as Heavy Rains, Landslides Bring Guwahati to Standstill, Monsoon Reaches Guj, Parts of Raj Drenched

2022-06-15T05:56+0200news18 (en)

While rainfall brought necessary relief from the sweltering heat in Western India ’s Rajasthan and Gujarat region, it has brought Assam to a standstill as the Northeastern state witnessed floods and landslides that killed at least four people. Moderate to heavy rainfall was recorded in parts of Rajasthan in the last 24 hours on Tuesday.

Asia and the Pacific: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot (7 - 13 June 2022)

2022-06-15T02:05+0200reliefWeb (en)

PAPUA NEW GUINEA. On 6 June, clashes broke out between Ombal and Ukiam community members in Komo/Margarima District, Hela Province. The fighting lasts 6 days and displaced an estimated 3,000 people, and resulted in the death of at least 3 children (boys) from Ombal. Amind number of houses in Ukiam were burned down.

Flood / Monsoon flood soon likely

2022-06-14T20:17+0200newagebd (en)

Some upstream areas in India have been put on high alert with extreme rainfall forecast for the next three days, raising fear of monsoon flooding downstream in Bangladesh. Until Tuesday, many bordering areas and all chars in northern and north-eastern districts witnessed flash flooding with some....

Low lying areas in Sirajganj flooded as Jamuna swells

2022-06-14T10:19+0200thedailystarBD (en)

Low lying areas in Sirajganj and adjoining Chalanbeel have been flooded as water level is rising in the Jamuna river along with Fulzore, Kortoa, Boral and other connective rivers of the district. Sub-divisional Engineer of Sirajganj Water Development Board, Md Nasir Uddin, said Jamuna is flowing at 11.

Climate change threatens Pakistan’s future | By Frank F Islam, US

2022-06-14T01:44+0200pakobserver (en)

EVEN though Pakistan is not a major contributor to climate change globally, it is being devastated by climate change. This is the conclusion that must be drawn due to the heat wave that has consumed northern India and Pakistan over the past three months and a review of the 2022 Environmental....

Flood / Flood hits road communication in northeast

2022-06-13T19:52+0200newagebd (en)

Two more northeastern rivers overflowed their danger levels on Monday, disrupting the road communications between Sunamganj district and two of its upazilas Tahirpur and Bishwambarpur. With the new ones, three rivers Surma, Jadukata and Someswari - are now flowing above their danger levels in....

Recessione in arrivo : la profezia ormai prossima di Larry Summers - Federico Rampini

2022-06-13T17:48+0200247libero (it)

«Una recessione è probabile , entro uno o due anni». Questa previsione va presa sul serio. Viene dal più autorevole esperto ad aver anticipato l’attuale inflazione, colui che mise in guardia l’America quando ancora la sua banca centrale sottovalutava e minimizzava gli aumenti dei prezzi.

«Recessione in arrivo»: la profezia (ormai prossima) di Larry Summers

2022-06-13T17:41+0200corriere (it)

«Una recessione è probabile , entro uno o due anni». Questa previsione va presa sul serio. Viene dal più autorevole esperto ad aver anticipato l’attuale inflazione, colui che mise in guardia l’America quando ancora la sua banca centrale sottovalutava e minimizzava gli aumenti dei prezzi.

Dhaka must talk cross-border river issues boldly with Delhi

2022-06-12T20:09+0200newagebd (en)

WATER from the upstream, as India is reported to have kept all the floodgates of the Gojaldoba Barrage open since afternoon on June 9 after a heavy rainfall, has flooded all the 654 chars, or sand bars, in the Rangpur division and caused the River Teesta to swell above the danger mark at the Kaunia point on June 12.

¿Sucedió el diluvio universal?

2022-06-12T06:47+0200diarioellitoral (es)

Por Francisco Villagrán. villagranmail@gmail.com. Especial para El Litoral. De acuerdo con algunos investigadores, el diluvio habría ocurrido hace unos 6.000 años y otros consideran que sucedió hace unos 10.000 años o más, lo concreto es que en todas las religiones aparece el diluvio, con algunas....

The Indian 'Tree Man' who plants his own forests for the sake of the planet

2022-06-10T20:24+0200thenational (en)

Mr Samanth’s selfless efforts have earned him the moniker Brukhya Manab — or Tree Man — in the state. “It is not a mission but a revolution,” Mr Samanth told The National “Planting trees has become a part of my life. I interact with people in faraway villages and towns and cities and make them aware....

Ground report: Climate disasters in Bihar, UP make children more vulnerable to trafficking

2022-06-08T14:11+0200downtoearth (en)

Natural disasters make the poor more vulnerable to human trafficking in India , according to experts. The link between the crises becomes especially stark in states like Bihar and Uttar Pradesh that consistently fare poorly on the Human Development Index.

BMC Says Mumbai is Rain Ready, Kerala Prepping to Tackle…

2022-06-08T11:22+0200vervetimes (en)

India n states are preparing for the monsoon season that has already entered Kerala and has further advanced over some more parts of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal, southwest and the west-central Bay of Bengal. Union Home Minister Amit Shah last week reviewed the overall preparedness to deal....

BMC Says Mumbai is Rain Ready, Kerala Prepping to Tackle Floods, HP Identifies Risky Areas | Monsoon Preparedness Across States

2022-06-08T10:42+0200news18 (en)

India n states are preparing for the monsoon season that has already entered Kerala and has further advanced over some more parts of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Karaikal, southwest and the west-central Bay of Bengal. Union Home Minister Amit Shah last week reviewed the overall preparedness to deal....

Inundación repentina y deslizamiento de lodo en el condado de Okanogan dañan 2 viviendas

2022-06-07T15:52+0200debate (es)

Washington.- Una inundación repentina y un deslizamiento de tierra el viernes por la tarde en el dañaron dos casas , según funcionarios de manejo de emergencias del condado. Los funcionarios de manejo de emergencias dijeron que el deslizamiento de lodo ocurrió en medio de tormentas eléctricas en un....

Coastal erosion

2022-06-07T12:08+0200wn (en)

erosion is leading to the loss of homes in the UK, particularly in Norfolk and Suffolk.Sponsored. In a speech to a flooding and coastal While we can come back safely and build back better after most river flooding, there is no coming back for land that coastal erosion has taken away .

World News | Over 800,000 Residents in China's Jiangxi Affected by Heavy Rains, Floods

2022-06-07T11:30+0200latestly (en)

Nanchang [China], June 7 (ANI): Heavy rains and floods on Monday have affected over 800,000 residents in China's Jiangxi. According to local authorities, the torrential rains and rain-induced floods since May 28 have wreaked havoc in 80 counties of the province, reported Xinhua.

In Folk Songs Lives The Imagery Of Flood And Farmland

2022-06-07T07:47+0200outlookindia (en)

Musharaf Khan, 41, is a school teacher in the Barpeta district, about 95 kilometres from Guwahati. Until a decade ago, he lived in Tarabari char (sand bar) along the Brahmaputra and cultivated jute, rice and vegetable. However, over the past ten years, Khan has been a climate refugee, shifting from....

Climate Change Threatens Pakistan’s Future

2022-06-06T04:04+0200dailytimesPK (en)

Even though Pakistan is not a major contributor to climate change globally, it is being devastated by climate change. This is the conclusion that must be drawn due to the heat wave that has consumed northern India and Pakistan over the past three months and a review of the 2022 Environmental....

Could nature be our best protection from the climate crisis?

2022-06-05T13:38+0200independent-UK (en)

There can be no doubt that the climate crisis is here, right now. In parts of northwest India and Pakistan, temperatures recently reached a record-breaking 51C during heat waves made 100 times more likely by the climate crisis. As a result, hospital admissions for heat-related incidents have increased by a staggering 20 per cent.

Millions Displaced and Dozens Dead in Flooding in India…

2022-06-04T07:20+0200whatsnew2day (en)

NEW DELHI — Heavy pre-monsoon rains in India and Bangladesh have washed away train stations, towns and villages, leaving millions of people homeless as extreme weather events, including heat waves, intense rainfall and flooding, become more common in South Asia.

Heavy rainfall Karnataka's Hubli, Shah reviews preparedness to deal with floods

2022-06-03T07:37+0200HindustanTimes (en)

Heavy rainfall in the Hubli district followed the yellow alert by the India Meteorological Department (IMD) for parts of Karnataka, days after the onset of the monsoon over Kerala. Two houses collapsed after heavy rainfall in Hubli, damaging two cars and two bikes. No casualties have been reported so far.

Amit Shah Reviews Flood Preparedness Ahead Of Monsoons

2022-06-02T21:15+0200ndtvnews (en)

New Delhi: Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah on Thursday directed to continuously strengthen coordination between the Central and state-level agencies to establish a permanent system for providing the lowest level prediction of flood and water level rise in the major catchment areas of the country.

Home Minister reviews flood preparedness

2022-06-02T20:39+0200uniindia (en)

New Delhi, June 2 (UNI) Home Minister Amit Shah held a high level meeting in Delhi on Thursday and reviewed the overall preparedness to deal with floods in the coming Monsoon. He also took stock of the preparations made by NDRF and NDMA in the flood affected areas, and reviewed the long-term....

India News | NDRF in Touch with All State Govts to Deal with Floods: DG Atul Karwal

2022-06-02T20:24+0200latestly (en)

New Delhi [ India ], June 2 (ANI): Soon after Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a high-level meeting to review the preparedness to deal with flood situations in the country, National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) Director-General Atul Karwal said NDRF is in touch with all state governments adding....

India News | 'NDRF is in Constant Touch with All State Govts to Deal with Flood Situation'

2022-06-02T19:45+0200latestly (en)

New Delhi [ India ], June 2 (ANI): Soon after Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a high-level meeting to review the preparedness to deal with flood situations in the country, National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) Director-General Atul Karwal said NDRF is in touch with all state governments.

'NDRF is in touch with all state govts to deal with flood'

2022-06-02T19:30+0200aninews (en)

New Delhi [ India ], June 2 (ANI): Soon after Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a high-level meeting to review the preparedness to deal with flood situations in the country, National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) Director-General Atul Karwal said NDRF is in touch with all state governments.

Amit Shah Reviews Floods, Monsoon Preparedness; Seeks Centre-states Coordination

2022-06-02T19:00+0200news18 (en)

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday reviewed the overall preparedness to deal with floods and monsoon and sought strengthening of coordination between the central and the state governments for proper prediction of the deluge and water level rise.

India News | Shah Reviews Floods, Monsoon Preparedness; Seeks Centre-states Coordination

2022-06-02T17:08+0200latestly (en)

Get latest articles and stories on India at LatestLY. Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday reviewed the overall preparedness to deal with floods and monsoon and sought strengthening of coordination between the central and the state governments for proper prediction of the deluge and water level rise.

India News | Amit Shah Directs Central, State Agencies to Establish Permanent System to Provide Lowest Level Prediction of Floods

2022-06-02T16:59+0200latestly (en)

New Delhi [ India ], June 2 (ANI): Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah on Thursday directed to continuously strengthen coordination between the Central and state-level agencies to establish a permanent system for providing the lowest level prediction of flood and water level rise in the major catchment areas of the country.

Amit Shah holds review meet on flood preparedness

2022-06-02T16:47+0200aninews (en)

New Delhi [ India ], June 2 (ANI): Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah on Thursday directed to continuously strengthen coordination between the Central and state-level agencies to establish a permanent system for providing the lowest level prediction of flood and water level rise in the major catchment areas of the country.

Weather Alert and Warning Systems Market Size Reach USD 3.35 Billion in 2030 | Comapnies Eton, Sangean, Midland Radio

2022-06-02T16:21+0200einnews (en)

/ -- The global weather alert/warning systems market size reached USD 1.74 Billion in 2021 and is expected to register a revenue CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research. Initiatives being undertaken by international bodies such as the United Nations....

Fifty years after the Stockholm environment conference, research shows protecting nature is vital to save human lives and livelihoods.

2022-06-02T01:47+0200newstatesman (en)

Will our “war on nature” ever end? Fifty years after the Stockholm environment conference, research shows protecting nature is vital to save human lives and livelihoods. The idea of protecting nature for its intrinsic value is thousands of years old. Early civilisations celebrated the sacredness of....

Clima: il caldo anomalo di India e Pakistan

2022-06-01T16:08+02003bmeteo (it)

Raggiunti 51°C in Pakistan. Erano 122 anni che in India non si registravano temperature così estreme . In Pakistan sono stati toccati addirittura i 51°C. Sono queste le ondate di caldo record che hanno colpito quasi 1 miliardo di persone tra marzo e aprile; rovinando i raccolti, provocando incendi, ma soprattutto costando vite.

ONU: Il mondo non spende abbastanza per prevenire i disastri

2022-05-30T16:55+0200nanopress (it)

L’ONU dichiara che le nazioni stanno spendendo troppo poco per prevenire i disastri di fronte alle crescenti calamità globali, dalle inondazioni in Sud Africa a un’ondata di caldo record in India . Inondazione in India – NanoPress.it L’ONU per l’ennesima volta mette il Mondo in allarme.

Agatha grows to hurricane, poses dangerous flood threat to Mexico

2022-05-29T18:28+0200flipboard (en)

Hurricane warnings are in effect in Mexico’s Oaxaca state, where a rapidly strengthening Hurricane Agatha is expected to make landfall Monday near the town of Mazunte. The National Hurricane Center is warning that the storm could bring “dangerous” coastal flooding and “life-threatening … According....

South Africa: Flooding Victims Traumatised and Homeless

2022-05-28T09:25+0200allafrica (en)

Recent floods left thousands homeless as they battle the mental scars that make finding work an ongoing struggle. DURBAN - When Nozipho Sithole closes her eyes to sleep, she still hears the screams of her neighbour's two young children as they were swept away by the floodwaters that killed hundreds of people in South Africa last month.

Assam: IAS officer walks through mud to inspect flood-hit areas

2022-05-27T21:49+0200aninews (en)

Cachar (Assam) [ India ], May 28: At a time when IAS couple - Sanjeev Khirwar and his wife Rinku Dugga-- are criticised for misusing facilities at Delhi's Thyagraj Stadium, another IAS officer from Assam, Keerthi Jalli, was seen wading through mud to inspect the flood-hit areas of the state.

Avoiding being struck by lightning

2022-05-27T20:07+0200newagebd (en)

— The United News of Bangladesh. LIGHTNING strikes kill dozens during the monsoon season and the number appears to be increasing. But we should remember that lightning, lethal though, has got a positive contribution. Thunder and lightning precedes the rain and participates in the natural process of....

Death toll climbs as floods ravage north-east India

2022-05-27T14:15+0200thenational (en)

pushing the death toll to 30, as pre-monsoon rains continued to batter the north-eastern India n state. More than 560,000 people ― including 113,000 children ― in 12 districts are affected by heavy rainfall and landslides, the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said in its latest flood report.

Where rivers jump course: First global compilation of river avulsions

2022-05-26T23:30+0200phys (en)

Large floods will sometimes force a river to jump course and forge a new path across the landscape, in rare and catastrophic events known as river avulsions. These events can wipe out entire cities along the largest waterways, yet they also create the fertile deltas that have nurtured many societies.

Climate change increases probability of heatwaves by a factor of 30: WWA study

2022-05-24T14:07+0200livemint (en)

NEW DELHI : According to a new study by World Weather Attribution (WWA) on ‘The impact of Climate Change on the heatwaves in India and Pakistan’, the 2022 heatwave is estimated to have led to at least 90 deaths and triggered an extreme glacial lake outburst flood in northern Pakistan and forest fires in India.

Fierce heat wave in India and Pakistan 30 times more likely because of climate change

2022-05-23T21:05+0200news-yahoo (en)

This spring's punishing heat wave in India and Pakistan, which has caused widespread human suffering and affected global wheat supplies, was about 30 times more likely to happen because of human-caused climate change, according a new analysis Monday. So far, the heat wave is estimated to have caused....

Fierce heat wave in India and Pakistan 30 times more likely because of climate change

2022-05-23T20:56+0200azcentral (en)

The heatwave is estimated to have caused at least 90 deaths across India and Pakistan. "Across much of both countries, people had little relief for weeks on end." March 2022 was the hottest March India has recorded since record-keeping began 120 years ago.

India and Pakistan heat wave 30 times more likely because of climate change World

2022-05-23T20:43+0200usaToday (en)

The heatwave is estimated to have caused at least 90 deaths across India and Pakistan. "Across much of both countries, people had little relief for weeks on end." March 2022 was the hottest March India has recorded since record-keeping began 120 years ago.

Climate crisis link to March-April heatwave

2022-05-23T20:25+0200HindustanTimes (en)

The March-April spring heatwave spell in India and Pakistan was about 30 times more likely to happen because of human-caused climate change, a rapid attribution analysis by an international team of leading climate scientists who are part of the World Weather Attribution network said on Monday.

Flood / Flood takes 9 lives so far in Sylhet division

2022-05-23T19:48+0200newagebd (en)

The Health Emergency Operation Centre and Control Room at the Directorate General of Health Services said that flooding and its associated causes so far killed six in Sylhet and three in Sunamganj districts. Five of the deaths in Sylhet were caused by drowning while landslide killed another during....

Flooding in India, Bangladesh leaves millions displaced and dozens dead May 22 Updated

2022-05-23T06:07+0200theglobeandmail (en)

Heavy pre-monsoon rains in India and Bangladesh have washed away train stations, towns and villages, leaving millions of people homeless as extreme weather events, including heat waves, intense rainfall and floods, become more common in South Asia. More than 60 people have been killed in days of....

Millions displaced, dozens dead in flooding in India, Bangladesh

2022-05-23T05:39+0200bdnews24 (en)

More than 60 people have been killed in days of flooding, landslides and thunderstorms that have left many people without food and drinking water and have isolated them by cutting off the internet, according to officials. The devastation in India ’s northeast, one of the worst affected regions, has submerged railway tracks, bridges and roads.

Millions left homeless and dozens killed as heavy rains hit India and Bangladesh

2022-05-22T23:30+0200irishtimes (en)

Pre-monsoon downpours have washed away train stations, towns and villages. Villagers make their way on a raft past homes in a flooded area after heavy rains in Nagaon district, Assam state, India , on Saturday. Photograph: Biju Boro/AFP via Getty Images Heavy pre-monsoon rains in and Bangladesh....

Millones de desplazados y decenas de muertos por inundaciones en India y Bangladesh

2022-05-22T13:42+0200esdelatino-com (es)

NUEVA DELHI — Las fuertes lluvias premonzónicas en India y Bangladesh han arrasado estaciones de tren, pueblos y aldeas, dejando a millones de personas sin hogar a medida que los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos, incluidas olas de calor, lluvias intensas e inundaciones, se vuelven más comunes en el sur de Asia.

Rains to bring respite to northwest India, peak intensity on May 23: IMD

2022-05-21T20:04+0200HindustanTimes (en)

After a long spell of a heatwave across the country, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has finally come up with a breather on Saturday. According to the weather department, a wet spell is forecasted over northwest and east India from May 21 to May 24, which will reach peak intensity on May 23.

Sylhet, Sunamganj: Troubles mount as more areas flooded

2022-05-19T20:45+0200thedailystarBD (en)

Police said three children were killed and eight other people injured by lightning strikes in Sundarpahari village of Sunamganj's Tahirpur upazila yesterday while they were harvesting peanut in a field submerged in flood water. According to officials, all 13 upazilas of Sylhet and five out of 11 in....

Flood worsens, batters people in north-east Bangladesh

2022-05-19T19:55+0200newagebd (en)

The continued onrush of water from upstream kept filling power sub-stations that authorities tried to drain after two or three days of their closure. Power was restored to some flood-affected areas in Sylhet City Corporation but with chances of disruption anytime, officials said.

Flood worsens, batters people in north-east

2022-05-19T19:32+0200newagebd (en)

A pickup van carries a boat on a road inundated by water of the River Surma in Shahjalal Upashahar area in Sylhet city on Thursday. — Sony Ramany. Frequent thunderstorms, extreme rain and a massive flash flood have left the residents of the country’s north-east fighting natural disasters on many fronts.

Nearly 60 million people forced to flee homes in 2021

2022-05-19T09:49+0200RTERadio (en)

Conflicts and natural disasters forced tens of millions to flee within their own country last year, pushing the number of internally displaced people to a record high, monitors said today. Some 59.1 million people were registered as internally displaced worldwide in 2021 - an all-time record....

SA's flooding leaves survivors traumatised, homeless

2022-05-19T08:31+0200thetimes-za (en)

When Nozipho Sithole closes her eyes to sleep, she still hears the screams of her neighbour's two young children as they were swept away by the floodwaters that killed hundreds of people in SA last month. Like Sithole, many of those living in a community hall in the eastern city of Durban are haunted by what they saw, and what they lost.

South Africa flooding victims traumatised and homeless

2022-05-19T04:02+0200trust (en)

Recent floods left thousands homeless as they battle the mental scars that make finding work an ongoing struggle Floods leave more than 6,000 people homeless; Many victims traumatised, unable to look for work; Counselling vital to recovery efforts, say experts. By Kim Harrisberg.

President urges South Asian nations to work together

2022-05-18T15:21+0200newagebd (en)

President Md Abdul Hamid. -- BSS photo. President Md Abdul Hamid on Wednesday called upon the South Asian countries to work together for an equitable solution to climate change and food security. ‘Climate change and food security is a never-ending problem...

President urges South Asian nations to work together on climate, food security

2022-05-18T14:28+0200bssnews (en)

DHAKA, May 18, 2022 (BSS) - President M Abdul Hamid today called upon the South Asian countries to work together for an equitable solution to climate change and food security. “Climate change and food security is a never-ending problem... Strict measures are needed to reduce the adverse effects of....

Nearly 10 dead, 4 lakh affected in Assam floods; deluge in Bengaluru; water war over Yamuna: 5 points

2022-05-18T08:18+0200financialexpress (en)

India Weather News May 18 Updates : Scientists and environmentalists have been warning about the extreme weather conditions due to worsening climate crisis and the present situation across India seems to testify that. While the Gangetic plains are experience another spell of heatwave, Assam is witnessing yet another year of floods and landslides.

In Folk Songs Live The Imagery Of Flood And Farmland

2022-05-18T08:18+0200outlookindia (en)

Musharaf Khan, 41, is a school teacher in the Barpeta district, about 95 kilometres from Guwahati. Until a decade ago, he lived in Tarabari char (sand bar) along the Brahmaputra and cultivated jute, rice and vegetable. However, over the past ten years, Khan has been a climate refugee, shifting from....

Sylhet city under water as flood situation worsens

2022-05-18T06:08+0200thefinancialexpress (en)

SYLHET: The flood situation in Sylhet worsened further during the last 24 hours with the rise in water level in the Surma and Kushiyara rivers. Many areas in the Sylhet city including the Shahjalal Upashahar area, Masimpur, Sobhanighat, Teroratan, Kalighat, Chhararpar, Sheikhghat, Kazirbazar, Taltola, Kushighat, Mendibag etc went under water.

Global Warming Shows Alarming Surge But World Sitting Smug

2022-05-16T06:01+0200menafn (en)

- Gulf Times) Unprecedented floods and landslides in South Africa and a blistering heatwave across India and Pakistan are just a few examples of the devastating impacts of global warming. Scientists are of the view that the natural calamity experienced in and around Durban last month was made twice as likely by global warming.

VIDEO: Inundación por deshielo de glaciar ...

2022-05-14T20:01+0200zocalo (es)

Pakistán.- La ministra de Cambio Climático, Sherry Rehman, informó que un puente de Hassanabab, en el norte de Pakistán, se desplomó a causa de una voraz inundación , que a su vez fue provocada por el deshielo de un glaciar , a causa de una ola de calor.

Inundación por deshielo de un glaciar provoca derrumbe de un puente en Pakistán

2022-05-14T17:28+0200milenio (es)

La ministra de Cambio Climático, Sherry Rehman, informó que un puente de Hassanabab, en el norte de Pakistán se desplomó a causa de una voraz inundación, que a su vez fue provocada por el deshielo de un glaciar, a causa de una ola de calor. Según un estudio de la ONG Germanwatch, Pakistán es muy....

Inside the Met’s nerve centre, tracking Cyclone Asani and the nationwide heatwave

2022-05-14T06:39+0200moneycontrol (en)

After a while, the front office assistant asks us all to wait for a few minutes. The officials are busier than usual because of the developments surrounding the cyclone, he explains. A few journalists are glued to three big screens that display real-time info on the weather.

Heatwaves Are Altering Our Everyday Lives

2022-05-13T22:10+0200cleantechnica (en)

A May, 2022 report asks us to stop looking backward to see if pre-industrial eras had heatwaves. Instead, we need to look at adaptation decision-making in the face of unprecedented future heat. Chicago set a new record for warmest temperatures ever recorded on May 11, when O’Hare International Airport hit .

Climate change made deadly S. Africa rains twice as likely

2022-05-13T14:34+0200terradaily (en)

Rainfall that caused catastrophic floods and landslides last month in and around Durban, South Africa, was made twice as likely by global warming, scientists said Friday. An exceptional downpour -- more than 35 centimetres (14 inches) over two days -- on April 11-12 claimed hundreds of lives and caused $1.

Unyielding heatwaves: Temperatures may soar to 50°C as conditions worsen over northwest India, Pakistan

2022-05-13T14:19+0200downtoearth (en)

Heatwave conditions in northwest India and Pakistan are set to worsen over the next two-three days, peaking on May 14, 2022 (Saturday), according to the meteorological office of the United Kingdom. The sun directly overhead central India and heat getting trapped by air compression may be behind the gruellling weather, the weather agency observed.

Climate change made KZN's deadly rains twice as likely, scientists say

2022-05-13T13:49+0200eyewitness-news (en)

PARIS - Rainfall that caused catastrophic floods and landslides last month in and around Durban was made twice as likely by global warming, scientists said on Friday. An exceptional downpour, more than 35 centimetres over two days, on 11-12 April claimed hundreds of lives and caused $1.

13/05/2022 Climate change made deadly S. Africa rains twice as likely

2022-05-13T13:15+0200rfi-en (en)

An exceptional downpour -- more than 35 centimetres (14 inches) over two days -- on April 11-12 claimed hundreds of lives and caused $1.5 billion in damage across the provinces KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape. Without climate change, rain of this intensity would happen roughly once every 40 years,....

Partes de Pakistán y el noroeste de India soportarán 50 ºC

2022-05-13T12:44+0200tiempo-es (es)

El calor extremo plantea riesgos de salud para las comunidades locales y se suma a la amenaza de impactos ambientales más amplios, como incendios forestales y la amenaza de que los lagos glaciares creen inundaciones repentinas Hace 1 hora 6 min Partes del noroeste de India y Pakistán podrían....

Ondata di calore in India e Pakistan, nel weekend attesi più...

2022-05-13T11:46+0200rinnovabili (it)

Il record assoluto di caldo per la regione risale al 2016, quando nel Rajastan indiano si toccarono 51°C. Già nel fine settimana i termometri potrebbero sfiorare quella temperatura. L’ondata di calore in Asia meridionale è iniziata a marzo. (Rinnovabili.

Hai mai sentito parlare di inondazioni da collasso di laghi glaciali? Hanno appena fatto crollare un ponte in Pakistan

2022-05-12T16:25+0200greenme (it)

Un paio di giorni fa in Pakistan un ponte è stato spazzato via da un'inondazione provocata dal collasso di un lago ghiacciato. Un fenomeno raro e che non ci riguarda? Niente affatto, quanto avvenuto in Asia dovrebbe preoccuparci tutti. Sicuramente vi sarà capitato in questi ultimi giorni di....

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