- 14 people killed in southern Thailand flooding following heavy rains, officials say - Reuters14 people killed in southern Thailand flooding following heavy rains, officials say - Reuters
- Local media reports 7 people trapped after coal mine floods in Yichun city in China's Jiangxi province; rescue work underway - CCTVLocal media reports 7 people trapped after coal mine floods in Yichun city in China's Jiangxi province; rescue work underway - CCTV
- Flooding cuts off Wellington, New Zealand, with stretches of State Highway 1 and 2 closed - NZ StuffFlooding cuts off Wellington, New Zealand, with stretches of State Highway 1 and 2 closed - NZ Stuff
- Emrgency services: 2 people now confirmed dead in Johannesburg area due to flooding - EWN ReporterEmrgency services: 2 people now confirmed dead in Johannesburg area due to flooding - EWN Reporter
- Emergency officials report 1 person has drowned as flash floods hit Johannesburg - eNCAEmergency officials report 1 person has drowned as flash floods hit Johannesburg - eNCA
- Eye of Hurricane Nicole moving away from Bermuda after crossing island; strong winds, storm surge flooding continue - NHCEye of Hurricane Nicole moving away from Bermuda after crossing island; strong winds, storm surge flooding continue - NHC
- North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory says state's weather-related death toll rises to 19 - WTVDNorth Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory says state's weather-related death toll rises to 19 - WTVD
- Death toll from all US states hit by Matthew now at 15 as severe flooding continues - USA TodayDeath toll from all US states hit by Matthew now at 15 as severe flooding continues - USA Today
- Center of Hurricane Matthew moving east of Cape Fear; record-breaking flooding developing over eastern North Carolina - National Hurricane CenterCenter of Hurricane Matthew moving east of Cape Fear; record-breaking flooding developing over eastern North Carolina - National Hurricane Center
- Hurricane Matthew located directly at Myrtle Beach, SC, with maximum sustained winds of 75 mph - NHCHurricane Matthew located directly at Myrtle Beach, SC, with maximum sustained winds of 75 mph - NHC
- 14 people killed in southern Thailand flooding following heavy rains, officials say - Reuters
- Arrest made after hunt for jogger who ‘pushed’ woman into path of bus on Putney Bridge
- Humanity as a whole has something wrong.
- The Clintons Terrorist Ties
- Large snow mound clinging to winter
- Record chill out: Phoenix temps fell 34 degrees in three days
- Latest Forecast: Historic Snow Possible In Parts Of Colorado May 17, 2017 5:55 PM
- Modern Solar Grand Maximum Ends: ‘Little Ice Age’ Cooling Coming! Published on April 11, 2017
- FLOOD WATCH 2017: What does this year’s flooding mean for some farmers? ‘No income’
- More snow expected, flooding issues continue
- Mt. Washington gets record snowfall as Mass. prepares for heat
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Dec 15, 2001 – They were discussing a young American college student — Bill Clinton — who … The Clintons had sinister motives, and Hillary was the mastermind of the …. “…a few dozen hate-driven conservative talk radio show hosts who inspired the crime.
“The fact is President Clinton and his wife openly welcomed and embraced militant Islamic groups to the White House routinely for five years…”
During the Clinton years, Arafat enjoyed unparalleled Oval Office access, visiting the White House more often than any other foreign leader.
Fund raisers kept secret from the press with groups known for their pronounced pro-terrorist sympathies, including one $50,000 affair at the Washington, D.C., home of Yasser Arafat crony Hani Masri.
A $1,000 donation from Abdurahman Alamoudi, an official with the American Muslim Council, who was feted by the Clintons and later boasted, “We are the ones who went to the White House and defended what is called Hamas.”
There was “…one particularly suspicious Washington, D.C., fundraiser that Mrs. Clinton’s 2000 Senate campaign had tried to conceal from the press.
“The May 2000 event, held at the mansion of Yasser Arafat crony Hani Masri, raised $50,000…”
This isn’t the first time a snow mound has survived spring and stood strong as summer approached.
Who could forget the 75-foot-high snow mound that thrived in South Boston until July, following the infamous “Snowpocalypse” of 2014-2015?
After record-breaking heat last week hitting 108 degrees in Phoenix, temperatures plummeted Sunday with a high of 74.
It was a 34 degree swing — the biggest three-day cool down in May the city has ever seen, according to the National Weather Service.
In Phoenix, three-day temperature drops higher than 20 degrees come few-and-far-between in May.
Since 1896, it’s only happened 24 times.
The last time the Valley saw a similar drop was in 2008 when temperatures dropped 30 degrees, from 108 to 78 between May 20 and May 22, according to NWS.
DENVER (CBS4) – Our warm, spring weather will come to a very abrupt halt on Thursday as a powerful storm slams into the state. Snow and rain has already been falling in western Colorado, with rain possible along the Front Range overnight into Thursday.
During the 20th and early 21st centuries, Earth’s inhabitants have enjoyed an epoch of very high solar activity that is rare or unique in the context of the last several thousand years. The higher solar activity and warmer temperatures have allowed the planet to briefly emerge from the depths of the successive solar minima periods and “Little Ice Age” cooling that lasted from the 1300s to the early 1900s. Unfortunately, solar scientists have increasingly been forecasting a return to a solar minimum period in the coming decades, as well as the concomitant cooler temperatures.
May 16, 2017 – 6:30 PM
ARMSTRONG – Some farmers in the North Okanagan have more fish than produce in their fields right now due to flooding.
Dorel Krsta, who owns ASG Produce on Otter Lake Road in Armstrong, can’t plant a thing in most of his seven acre field because it’s covered in water. He has hundreds of plants from his greenhouse ready to go in the ground, but nowhere to put them.
In the fields where his crops are supposed to go are muddy trenches, puddles, and dead fish that first washed in when the creek near his home spilled.
“(There) was lots of fish, probably, I don’t know, hundreds,” Krsta says.
Crops that were already in the ground when the water rose, such as potatoes and garlic, are likely ruined. If he does manage to get some crops in the ground, they’ll be a month behind, leaving sales at local farmers markets and select grocery stores uncertain.
“I think I’m done this year for farming,” he says, noting the financial loss is huge.
Flood warnings remained in effect in Bear Lake and Bannock counties on Tuesday, and National Weather Service officials predict even more precipitation to fall in East Idaho into Wednesday.
The weather service issued a winter weather advisory that will remain in effect until 6 p.m. Wednesday for the Upper Snake Highlands, South Central Highlands, Caribou Highlands and Idaho portion of the Wasatch Mountains.
Weather officials said a storm moving through the area could drop between 4 and 9 inches of snow in elevations above 6,000 feet, and between 1 and 3 inches in the mountain valleys.
St. Anthony, Ashton, Island Park, Driggs, Victor, Malad City, Oakley, Rockland, Henry, Soda Springs, Downey, Lava Hot Springs and Montpelier could all be affected, along with Pine Creek Pass, Fish Creek Summit and Georgetown Summit.
Weather officials said the snow could make travel difficult, especially over mountain passes and in backcountry areas.
“Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving,” the advisory stated.
Officials encouraged people to make sure they’re prepared for cold temperatures and snow, and to take measures to protect their gardens.
A May snowfall is not unusual at the observatory, said Chris Kimble, a National Weather Service meteorologist. About 12 inches of snow typically falls in May at the observatory, which has an altitude of 6,300 feet.
But this weekend’s storm broke a couple weather records, including the largest snowfall for a single day in May.
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“In 1967, 22.2 inches fell, and this weekend we got 22.9 and counting,” Kimble said.
The record for the largest single-storm snow in May was also broken, he said. From May 21 to 24, 1997, the observatory was hit with 30.6 inches of snow. This weekend, 33.3 inches fell.