Looked at from the perspective of a single month, April temperatures appear pretty tame. But averaged over a year, temperatures give a different impression — not a good one.
Archives for May 2015
It’s a busy week, weatherwise: Super-Typhoon Dolphin, Indian monsoon season, record CO2 and severe weather pattern Government still unmoving. Here’s the skinny on all of it.
Although New Zealand’s Hikurangi subduction zone hasn’t ruptured in recorded history, new research confirms it’s capable of generating very large earthquakes indeed.
A weather pattern stuck in place produces tornadoes, record rain, snow, and record heat.
Further earthquake activity heightened problems in Nepal this week. Elsewhere there was earthquake activity in Japan and Hawaii.
Next stop on Decoded Science’s seismic tour of the united States brings us to Michigan, where things are very, very quiet…
With Nepal struggling to cope with the aftermath of the major earthquake of 28 April, a second earthquake, this time of M7.3, struck the country.
Various parts of the US experience wind, rain. hail, and snow — all parts of Weather Pattern Government. Two Super-Typhoons, one fading, one forming, make news in the Pacific. What’s causing the violent weather?
Tropical Storm Ana or Subtropical System Government? All kinds of winter and summer weather share the spotlight. Which one will affect you?
This week saw two large and possibly related earth tremors in the western Pacific – and a smaller but unusual earthquake in Michigan.