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NWS Weather Prediction Center 12h
Tropical Storm is forecast to move very slowly toward the Texas coast over the next couple of days. Heavy rain will likely lead to flash flooding from the middle Texas coast to southern Louisiana.
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🇪🇺 DG DEFIS #StrongerTogether 13h
for Global Monitoring The is the largest in California records So far it has consumed 3,370km2, an area larger than Luxembourg and is only 30% contained Here it is as seen by the 🇪🇺🛰️on 19 September
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World Meteorological Organization Sep 19
Difficult to keep up with all the tropical cyclone activity. Now into the Greek alphabet. After (over Portugal), tropical storm has formed and is expected to intensify, per
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National Hurricane Center Sep 18
Hurricane Advisory 27A: Major Hurricane Teddy Continuing Northwestward Over the Central Atlantic. Large Swells Are Spreading Across Much of the Western Atlantic Increasing Rip Current Threat.
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National Weather Service Sep 18
With the naming of Subtropical Storm , we've officially entered the Greek Alphabet for named Atlantic storms this year. We've made it as far as Zeta one time on record, in 2005. Visit for the latest.
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World Meteorological Organization Sep 18
Tropical Storm has formed in eastern Atlantic. Advisory 1 has been issued by We now move on to the Greek alphabet for only 2nd time (2005)
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World Meteorological Organization Sep 18
📱🤳Are you the owner/developer of a weather and/or climate app? If so, don't forget to participate in our WMO International Weather App Awards by submitting your application by 30 September 2020. Award details:
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Copernicus EMS Sep 18
🇻🇳 A thunderstorm is forecasted to cause heavy in the Central region of . EMS was activated to detect the spatial extent of the flood, as no established in situ methods are available. 🔗 |
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United Nations Sep 17
"We need total commitment." Ahead of , discusses the urgent need for & efforts to address the pandemic & other pressing global issues.
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NOAA Satellites Sep 18
This , the satellite is keeping an eye on swirling over the Atlantic and Tropical Depression Twenty-Two in the Gulf of Mexico. To the north, we can also see the remnants of Hurricane near Europe.
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World Meteorological Organization Sep 18
A is hitting today. It is a MEDIterranean hurriCANE which brings high winds and waves and torrential rain and flooding. Hybrid between tropical cyclone and mid-latitude storm. Activity peaks between Sept and Jan Image:
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World Meteorological Organization Sep 18
Replying to @WMO
The is causing stormy seas in the Mediterranean Details of wave height from Greek naitonal meteorological service
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World Meteorological Organization Sep 18
Replying to @WMO
Greek national meteorological service has issued top-level for rain and storm conditions from the
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World Meteorological Organization Sep 18
The strong tropical cyclone-like Mediterranean storm known as a has come ashore over the Greek island of and is now bringing high winds and heavy rain to the Greek mainland. Image from at 8:51 UTC via
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NASA Climate Sep 17
Study: If greenhouse gas emissions continue, Greenland and Antarctica’s ice sheets could contribute more than 15 inches (38 cm) of global sea level rise by 2100 – and that's beyond the amount that has already been set in motion by Earth’s warming climate.
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National Hurricane Center Sep 17
11 AM AST Hurricane key messages. has strengthened into a major hurricane, and interests in Bermuda should monitor forecast updates as the risk of impacts is increasing. More:
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NCAR Science Sep 14
The has warmed so much that it's transitioning to an entirely different . Our scientists looked at 3 factors -- minimum sea ice, surface temps, and rainy season -- to determine when the "old Arctic" ends and the "new Arctic" begins.
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World Meteorological Organization Sep 17
Scene from Dumont d'Urville Station in Maximum temperature of -20.4°C and winds of up to 100 km/h🥶
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World Meteorological Organization Sep 17
Replying to @WMO
Greece's national meteorological service has issued a top-level for winds, rain and storm conditions due the the
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World Meteorological Organization Sep 17
A strong Mediterranean tropical-like cyclone called a is tracking towards Greece and threatens destructive winds, torrential rainfall and floods.
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