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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #60 on: April 03, 2018, 04:04:44 PM »
Strange story…

Mysterious apocalyptic storm with sand riders, attacked Iraq and Saudi Arabia.

http://beforeitsnews.com/strange/2017/11/mysterious-apocalyptic-storm-with-sand-riders-attacked-iraq-and-saudi-arabia-2469439.html

Apocalyptic storm covered Iraq and Saudi Arabia. About 500 people were injured (basically riders) and found themselves in hospitals.

This storm was already called – the terrible mysterious Monster. But not only because of its abnormality and strength …
But because in the epicenter of the storm were mysterious sand riders, who with sabres attacked people.

When the rumors began to reach the authorities that it was not a simple storm, they sent soldiers to check information about riders who attack people.

As the commander later told them, they ran into a fabulous horror.

“There were a lot of them. They galloped in the depths of the sandstorm and we did not immediately notice them. But after they attacked us and wounded seven soldiers, we realized that they were not people. We shot them. But when the bullets hit them, they fell apart and the wind picked up the sand in which they transform. It was scary and not clear. The soldiers was seized by a wild fear. We seemed to be in a terrible tale. This horror I will not forget until my death“.


Officials of these countries do not give any explanation about this strange storm. To all eyewitnesses, who observed these mysterious riders of sand and suffered from them, it was categorically advised not to talk about them and generally forget what they saw.

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MadMax, great research, post,
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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #61 on: April 03, 2018, 04:07:48 PM »
Deadly hailstorm, second one in a short space of time...
Image from Suspicious0bservers' video of a couple days ago:

Space Weather, Deadly Hail Again, Charged DM | S0 News Apr.1.2018

https://youtu.be/FELCrWMVLdc

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #62 on: May 03, 2018, 11:37:06 PM »
9 hours ago, Washington Post

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2018/05/03/india-dust-storm

‘It was a nightmare’: Killer dust storm blasts India, leaving at least 125 dead

By Lindsey Bever May 3 at 2:18 PM

Severe winds and rapid-fire lightning strikes from a violent dust storm demolished homes and displaced trees across India on Wednesday, killing at least 125 people and injuring more than 200 others — with more potentially deadly weather still to come, officials said.

At least 111 people were killed in the northern states of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Punjab, with many of them in Agra, the city that houses the Taj Mahal, according to BBC News and Agence France-Presse.

Another 14 people were killed in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh, “which was hammered by more than 41,000 lightning strikes on Wednesday,” AFP reported.

Homes and businesses now lay in rubble littered with downed trees and electrical lines.

Livestock are dead. Schools are closed.

And residents are bracing for another storm that’s predicted to strike in a few days: The Indian Express reported early Thursday that Indian Meteorological Department scientist Himanshu Sharma warned of another round of dangerous weather likely to strike the area.

“There is a high probability that winds will intensify in the next 48 hours in Rajasthan, which may lead to another dust storm,” he told the Press Trust of India.
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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #63 on: July 07, 2018, 12:35:47 PM »
Yowbarb Note: This video as posted yesterday and mentions the after efffects of Typhoon Prapiroon. Typhoon Maria is on the way, now.
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Severe floods hit Japan, 100,000 evacuated

https://youtu.be/Bj88Cd8zSak

Published on Jul 6, 2018
Japanese officials have ordered the evacuation of over 100,000 residents in Kyoto due to severe flooding caused by the remnants of Typhoon Prapiroon, which hit earlier this week. One man has been killed.

Authorities closed off Kamo River’s riverside promenade, as well as a bridge over Katsura River. Several train routes were also closed.

Japan’s Meteorological Agency has issued warnings in most regions across all of Japan. There is potential for landslides, continued rising water levels, and high winds that could continue until Sunday.

Another storm that has been forming and strengthening, Typhoon Maria, is predicted to barrel towards Japan and China next week.

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Re: Extreme weather Asia
« Reply #64 on: July 07, 2018, 12:43:19 PM »
video:   Super Typhoon Maria Storm Prep!   4:35

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            https://youtu.be/CIprHwHvUL8

Published on Jul 7, 2018
Super Typhoon Maris storm prep time! Watch as I get sandbags and other essentials for the storm. Here is the update on the storm as of Saturday Night:

Current Storm Status
(The highest cloud tops, corresponding to the most vigorous convection, are shown in the brightest red and pink colors. Clustering, deep convection around the center is a sign of a healthy tropical cyclone.)

While there are no direct measurements of tropical cyclone wind speeds in the western Pacific, this is one of the fastest tropical storm to Category 5 intensification rates on record.

Super Typhoon Forrest strengthened by roughly 100 mph in 24 hours in September 1983 not too far from where Typhoon Maria did, according to NOAA's Hurricane Research Division. Hurricane Wilma deepened by 90 knots - roughly 105 mph - in 24 hours over the Caribbean Sea in 2005. More recently, Hurricane Patricia in the eastern Pacific intensified by 105 knots - 120 mph - over 24 hours in late October 2015 off Mexico's Pacific coast.

Last year, Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, so you may wonder why you are seeing the name again. We'll answer that question after first laying out the forecast.
West Pacific Typhoon Maria's Forecast

Typhoon Maria is in an environment of very warm ocean water - 84 to 87-degree Fahrenheit sea-surface temperatures - low wind shear, and excellent outflowing winds aloft.

Maria's rather slow motion could also cause Maria to maintain strength or even weaken some before forward speed increases on Monday.

According to the U.S. Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Typhoon Maria is expected to be at least a Category 4 equivalent system this weekend.

Typhoon Maria will be steered northwest, then will curl west-northwest by a building dome of high pressure aloft to its north.

By early next week, conditions will become less favorable and Maria is expected to begin encountering some increased wind shear and somewhat lower ocean heat content, which should induce steady weakening.

However, given its current intensity and the building upper-level ridge, Typhoon Maria still may be formidably strong as it tracks toward Japan's southwesternmost islands, the Ryukyu Islands, including Kadena Air Force Base, Okinawa, and northern Taiwan, around Tuesday into Wednesday.

Forecast Path
(Times are local time. )

After that, the majority of our forecast guidance suggests Maria could then slam into eastern China around the middle of next week.

There is also some potential Maria could track farther south, bringing at least parts of Taiwan into play for a more direct strike around the middle of next week, as well.

It's far too soon to determine the exact track and impacts of Typhoon Maria. Interests in Japan, eastern China, the Korean Peninsula, and Taiwan should monitor closely the progress of Typhoon Maria.

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