Thunderstorms – Gosic http://gosic.org/ Fri, 08 Oct 2021 11:15:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://gosic.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2-150x150.png Thunderstorms – Gosic http://gosic.org/ 32 32 Sci-Simplified: Here’s Why Mumbai experienced intense thunderstorms this October | The Weather Channel – Article by The Weather Channel https://gosic.org/sci-simplified-heres-why-mumbai-experienced-intense-thunderstorms-this-october-the-weather-channel-article-by-the-weather-channel/ https://gosic.org/sci-simplified-heres-why-mumbai-experienced-intense-thunderstorms-this-october-the-weather-channel-article-by-the-weather-channel/#respond Fri, 08 Oct 2021 11:15:42 +0000 https://gosic.org/sci-simplified-heres-why-mumbai-experienced-intense-thunderstorms-this-october-the-weather-channel-article-by-the-weather-channel/

Lightning strikes over the CSMT train station in Mumbai.

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Friday October 8th: Over the course of this week, the weather in Mumbai has remained more or less the same: typically warm October mornings and afternoons, followed by evenings full of rumbling clouds, lightning and thunderbolts!

Those scary evening thunderstorms and the intensity with which they occurred throughout the week have taken the City of Dreams by storm. And they can very well go ahead, with projections showing the prevalence of such conditions for at least the next week.

To learn more about these thunderstorms and understand why Mumbai is experiencing these dramatic conditions, The Weather Channel India contacted Sridhar Balasubramanian, an associate professor at IIT-Bombay and a weather expert.

We asked him about some FAQs on this phenomenon, the answers of which are given below:

First, how do these thunderstorms arise?

Thunderstorms are usually an evening feature. Two main factors are essential for their formation: high daytime temperatures (which cause great instability in the atmosphere); followed by the ingress of moisture from the seas / oceans (usually favored by sea breezes or the presence of cyclonic circulation in the sea).

Due to the high daytime temperature, the warm air tends to store more moisture and rise very high vertically. That is why we see very high cumulonimbus clouds during thunderstorms.

When warm air rises, it condenses; and as it continues to rise, it freezes into ice. The instability of the atmosphere (triggered by high daytime temperatures) leads to a violent collision of these ice particles, creating thunder and lightning.

As soon as the clouds are big enough, they fall out and cause thunderstorms.

Why do these thunderstorms occur in Mumbai?

Warm daytime temperatures, triggered by a weak anticyclone, and warm winds blowing from land to sea are the main factors behind the occurrence of thunderstorms in Mumbai. The latter is expected considering that the monsoons are currently showing signs of retreat.

In addition, a cyclonic circulation currently found in the Arabian Sea is causing enormous amounts of moisture, which is effective in fueling these thunderstorms.

Are these thunderstorms unusual for Mumbai?

No, they are very common in October when the monsoons recede. The wind pattern begins to change, resulting in high daytime temperatures. In the evening, a monsoon circulation system brings moisture into the interior, which leads to such thunderstorms.

However, the intensity of the thunderstorms is unusual. Such strength and intensity is usually observed in the inland regions rather than the coastal zones. But with climate change, temperatures rise during the day, which can create such intense thunderclouds.

How long are these conditions likely to last in Mumbai?

Mumbai could have this thunderstorm until 14-15. October see, depending on how high the daytime temperatures get and how much moisture is being pulled inland by the prevailing monsoon systems, mostly from the Arabian Sea.

It may not be a daily apparition, but by May 14-15. October, such activities should come as no surprise, considering that meteorological factors continue to be conducive.

For more insights, follow Professor Sridhar on Twitter.

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Severe thunderstorm warning for Colbert, Lauderdale County https://gosic.org/severe-thunderstorm-warning-for-colbert-lauderdale-county/ https://gosic.org/severe-thunderstorm-warning-for-colbert-lauderdale-county/#respond Wed, 06 Oct 2021 23:34:00 +0000 https://gosic.org/severe-thunderstorm-warning-for-colbert-lauderdale-county/

The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Counties Colbert and Lauderdale through 7 p.m. Wednesday.

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Do not shower during a thunderstorm and other ‘myths’ that are actually true https://gosic.org/do-not-shower-during-a-thunderstorm-and-other-myths-that-are-actually-true/ https://gosic.org/do-not-shower-during-a-thunderstorm-and-other-myths-that-are-actually-true/#respond Wed, 06 Oct 2021 12:00:00 +0000 https://gosic.org/do-not-shower-during-a-thunderstorm-and-other-myths-that-are-actually-true/

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I’ve had trust issues ever since I found out chewing gum was being swallowed doesn’t actually sit in the stomach for seven to eight years. But have you ever dismissed something as an old women’s tale only to find out that it really was? true – twere science, math and reason actually on the side of the old women (go feminism)? Here is some general advice that is actually useful, and the science behind it.

Do not shower during a thunderstorm

I’ve always assumed that my father was just trying to scare me with the thought that I might get electrocuted in the process showering during a thunderstorm. And it looks like I am not alone. But aApparently my father wasn’t kidding: Die National weather service officially recommends not bathing or showering during a storm. Just like you should Unplug your electronics before a thunderstorm, You don’t want to put yourself at risk Overload through the water.

Go outside without a jacket? You Power catch a cold

We’ve all heard that you have to band together, or youI will catch a cold. The fact is that it is cold not cause a cold (and don’t go outside with your hair wet). This misconception could be due to colds and flu do the rounds every winterwhat if it … well.

However, some research suggests it cold temperatures weaken your immune systemand with it your ability to fight off infection. But to get sick, you have to be too exposed to a germ; Colds happen when viruses get into your mouth, nose, or eyes (usually after being around an infected person). So also with research that The bottom line is that walking outside without a proper jacket doesn’t make you feel sick, but it’s still a good idea to wear one. To protect yourself from germs, read our guide Prepare for cold and flu season during a pandemic.

Don’t put a cotton swab in your ear

It turns out that there is such a thing as cleaning your ears even Good. Corresponding Health lineSending the cotton swab deep into the ducts can lead to complications such as injury and infection. Not only do your ears clean themselves, but also your precious ear wax serves many purposes and should not be scratched away at random. It prevents your ears from getting too dry, traps dirt, and prevents bacteria from penetrating deeper into your ear. You may want to reconsider the next trip of this Q-tip.

Order a large pizza through two media

Have you ever got into a heated argument about how many pizzas to order for your Rager? Well, the math is in: the bigger the pizza, the higher the value for money. Do the numbers and you will find that one 18-inch pizza is more pizza than two 12-inch pizzas. If you want Save your brain power, we checked the math off Here.

The five-second rule is technically untrue…

… but you are probably fine anyway. this widespread and controversial “Rule” that you can safely eat food off the floor within five seconds is in no way scientifically proven. At the same time, you probably will get away with it as long as the Soil is in question relatively clean. So after you’ve ordered your big pizza, you can drop it on the floor and eat it too. And personally? The five-second rule is an integral part of my War on food waste.

Now, with science as a witness, it is time for me to try and conquer my fear of swallowing watermelon seeds.


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Heavy rain sets Lash Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Interior Karnataka, Kerala | The Weather Channel – Article by The Weather Channel https://gosic.org/heavy-rain-sets-lash-maharashtra-goa-andhra-pradesh-interior-karnataka-kerala-the-weather-channel-article-by-the-weather-channel/ https://gosic.org/heavy-rain-sets-lash-maharashtra-goa-andhra-pradesh-interior-karnataka-kerala-the-weather-channel-article-by-the-weather-channel/#respond Wed, 06 Oct 2021 03:53:34 +0000 https://gosic.org/heavy-rain-sets-lash-maharashtra-goa-andhra-pradesh-interior-karnataka-kerala-the-weather-channel-article-by-the-weather-channel/

Here is our current weather forecast for India

Nationwide 5-day forecast

In northern India and in the adjacent north-central India, dry weather is expected to prevail from Wednesday. Favorable conditions are expected for the southwest monsoon to begin retreating from some areas of northwest India on Wednesday. Arid regions are expected to gradually spread to East India and central India from Saturday.

Meanwhile, a cyclone will hit Tamil Nadu on Wednesday morning. It is predicted that the circulation will gradually shift to the west. It could move over the coast of Karnataka on Thursday morning and over the coast of Maharashtra this weekend. The cyclonic circulation is likely to result in widespread rainfall and thunderstorms over southern India and Maharashtra during this period. Heavy to very heavy rains are possible on isolated coastal stretches of Karnataka on Wednesday; IMD issues an orange warning.

Another cyclone will hit Sikkim on Wednesday morning. It will bring fairly extensive rainfall and thunderstorms over northeast India on Wednesday and then gradually weaken.

As for mercury levels, the maximum temperatures in the western Himalayan region and northeastern India will be higher than normal. Other areas will have temperatures close to normal during this period. The minimum temperatures during this time will be higher than normal over northern India and slightly higher over southern India.

3 days of precipitation accumulation from Wednesday to Friday.  (TWC Met Team)

3 days of precipitation accumulation from Wednesday to Friday.

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2-day regional forecast

Wednesday

  • Heavy to very heavy rainfall is predicted over isolated areas of the coast of Karnataka.
  • Heavy rains can be expected over isolated parts of Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, inland from Karnataka and Kerala.
  • Extensive showers and thunderstorms are expected over Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep.
  • Expect fairly widespread rainfall and thunderstorms over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Isolated showers and thunderstorms are likely over Sikkim, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Telangana.
  • Isolated falls with thunderstorms are possible over Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, East Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, East Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.
  • Dry weather and thunderstorms are likely over western Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh and western Rajasthan.

Thursday

  • Heavy rains are likely over isolated regions of Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
  • Widespread rainfall and thunderstorms are expected over Karnataka, Kerala and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
  • Quite widespread showers and thunderstorms are predicted over Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Lakshadweep. Isolated showers and thunderstorms are likely over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Sikkim, Chhattisgarh and Telangana.
  • Isolated falls and thunderstorms are possible over West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.
  • Dry weather and thunderstorms are likely over Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

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SoCal’s thunderstorm was rare and spectacular – and there could be more rain on Thursday https://gosic.org/socals-thunderstorm-was-rare-and-spectacular-and-there-could-be-more-rain-on-thursday/ https://gosic.org/socals-thunderstorm-was-rare-and-spectacular-and-there-could-be-more-rain-on-thursday/#respond Tue, 05 Oct 2021 16:20:00 +0000 https://gosic.org/socals-thunderstorm-was-rare-and-spectacular-and-there-could-be-more-rain-on-thursday/

Parts of Southern California received much-needed rain this morning after Monday’s thunderstorm.

But the intensity of lightning and thunder we saw and heard yesterday was rare for the region, according to National Weather Service forecaster Andrew Rorke.

“[It was] probably a one-off event in 10 or 15 years and was modified by the fact that the clouds that created the lightning were so far above the ground that it really made it possible for a lot of people to see the lightning, ”he said.

In fact, total rainfall was relatively small, ranging from about a tenth to a quarter of an inch in Los Angeles County. It rained nearly a third of an inch in parts of Orange County and the Inland Empire.

The number of lightning strikes was significant.

Over a thousand have been reported from LA County to eastern Santa Barbara County and off the coast. Even more were reported in Orange and San Diego counties.

None of the local strikes caused any significant damage.

“[A] Few phone poles were hit, a couple of very small fires lit, which were quickly put out so that there was no lasting impact other than a lot of images flooding Twitter, “said Rorke.

In LA County, the Inland Empire, and the deserts, the possibility of persistent rain showers still exists today.

The sky will be clear this afternoon, but it may rain again on Thursday evening and Friday.

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Thunderstorm with heavy rain in Pune on Monday evening https://gosic.org/thunderstorm-with-heavy-rain-in-pune-on-monday-evening/ https://gosic.org/thunderstorm-with-heavy-rain-in-pune-on-monday-evening/#respond Mon, 04 Oct 2021 19:51:09 +0000 https://gosic.org/thunderstorm-with-heavy-rain-in-pune-on-monday-evening/

PUNE After a muggy and hot day on Monday, there were heavy lightning and thunderstorms in many parts of the city of Pune after 6 p.m. Heavy rains caused traffic jams in many parts of the city.

Lohegaon, Viman Nagar, Katraj, Magarpatta, Hadapsar, Swargate, Shivajinagar, Pune Station, Pimple Saudagar, Fergusson College Road, Erandwane and adjacent areas all saw heavy rainfall.

Between 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Monday, Shivajinagar reported 26.3 millimeters (mm) of rain, Chinchwad reported 2.5 mm, while Lohegaon reported 23.4 mm of rainfall. Precipitation data in Pashan was not available on Monday evening, officials said.

Lavale and Magarpatta had seen rain since morning. Lavale reported 29mm of rainfall and Magarpatta reported 68mm of rainfall on Monday.

The fire department noted four falls of trees falling in Tingre Nagar, Gultekdi, Maharshi Nagar and Navi Peth.

Waterlogging was also reported in Ganesh Peth, Koregaon Park, Hadapsar and Pulgate on Monday.

KS Hosalikar, deputy director general of IMD Mumbai, said Pune City experienced severe lightning strikes along with thunderstorms on Monday night.

“On Monday evening at 7 p.m., very strong convection was observed over Pune. The radar showed a reflectivity of over 50 dBZ. In a few places in Pune, severe lightning and thunderstorms with moderate to heavy rainfall have been reported, ”said Hosalikar.

The canton of Pune was flooded with knee-deep rainwater on all of the area’s main roads. Local residents claimed traffic jams and water seeping into business facilities. Vinod Mathurawala, former PCB member, said: “The area is in total darkness due to a power outage. There are reports of waterlogging and traffic jams in the canton, ”he said

3 new new IMD stations in town

Since October 1st, three new stations of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) have been in operation in Pune in addition to the existing ones. In addition to Shivajinagar, Lohegaon and Pashan, the IMD will now also monitor Chinchwad, Lavale and Magarpatta. The three new stations will help with localized forecasts from different parts of the city.

Regarding the additional stations, Anupam Kashyapi, head of IMD Pune’s weather forecasting department, said they are in different directions of the city. “We selected these stations so that we can monitor every direction in the city of Pune. With the three new stations, we will be issuing day and night temperature forecasts and precipitation forecasts, ”said Kashyapi. A month-long pilot was conducted in September to monitor these new stations, he said.

“Between Shivajinagar, Pashan and Lohegaon, we saw that the daytime temperatures were higher in Lohegaon. With the additional stops over the past month, we’ve found that Chinchwad and Magarpatta are hotter than Lohegaon. Therefore, monitoring these stations will help us make detailed predictions about day and night temperatures in different parts of the city, ”said Kashyapi.

“According to our observations so far, the precipitation forecasts for these new stations cannot vary that much. We will soon publish three-hour forecasts for these regions as well, ”he said.

Citizens can access the IMD Pune website for localized forecasts and details of the day and night temperatures of these stations.

According to Kashyapi, “citizens can go to the Pune city weather section on the IMD Pune website and see the data for all six stations under the ARG Stations tab.” IMD Pune plans to increase the number of stations further. “Local forecasts for Junnar, Purandhar, the National Defense Academy (NDA), Wadgaon Sheri and Talegaon are in preparation. As soon as the three new stations start monitoring and reporting data, other stations will also start, ”said Kashyapi.

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Videocast: Showers and thunderstorms tonight

A warm Sunday with scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue until tonight, until tonight becomes spotty.



DA JI: WELCOME BACK, HERE A LOOK AT OUR FORECAST. WHERE DID PAUL GO? MANY THIS WEEKEND WE WERE ON THE WARM SIDE, LOWER 80’S AND UPPER 70’S FOR THE OFFICIAL HIGH TODAY. TEMPATERURES SIT IN THE 70S AS WE WALK IN INLAND AREAS. THAT COMES WITHOUT TWO DAYS OF RAIN. SOME AREAS SEEN OVER 1 INCH. OTHER AREAS NEAR ABOUT ABOUT 0.25 OF 1 INCH OF RAINFALL TOTAL S. WE MAY SEE LOCAL HIGHER AMOUNTS. TODAY WE CONTINUE TO SEE DISTRIBUTED SHOWERS AND GEOMERATORS THAT OUTPUT IN OUR AREA IN CONNECTION WITH A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER THE LARGE LAKES. WHEN YOU ARE IN MILWAUKEE COUNTY THROUGH KENOSHA, WE CONTINUE TO CONSIDER SHOWERS AND WEATHER THAT ARE CURRENTLY BRINGING HEAVY BORDER WAYS. GREENDALE, ALONG INTERSTATE 43 AND 94. YOU WILL DO THIS ACTIVITY FOR THE REST OF YOUR EVENING. AS WEON HAS BEEN KEEPING UP TODAY, THIS WILL BEGIN TO BLEND. ONLY CLOUDY SKIES THAT HOPE CAN FALL INTO THE UPPER 50’S WHILE CHOOSE SOME OF THE WARM AIR IN THE LOWER 60’S. FUTUCAREST, MANY OF TODAY’S NIGHT, MONDAY MORNING IT WILL CERTAINLY BE LESS ACTIVE. THE BEST CHANCE IS ON MONDAY MORNING. CLOUDS WILL REMAIN. THE WIND AS YOU WERE HOME FROM THE SCHOOL BUS. SPOTTY SHOWER FOR MONDAY, A TELA BREEZE – LAKE BREEZE STANDS IN. LATE US, SHOWER CHANCE WILL BE RETURNED BUT IT COMES WITH WARMER AIR. THE TEMPERATURES RISE ABOVE NORMAL IN LATE WEEK AND THE NEXT WEEKEND IN MANY WISCONSIN. ALSO IN MANY MIDDLE WESTS. MORNING 70 ° OR F, TUESDAY 68. OVERNIGHT LSOW TRY TO TURN ON A LITTLE COOL. YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO LOOK – FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS INTO THE 60S. AIRY CONDITIONS, TUESDAY, TEMPERATURES STAY IN THE 60S. WEDNESDAY WE START IN THE MELLOW AIR. WE SEE TYPICAL TEMPERATURES ONLY IN THE UPPER 50’S FOR THIS SEASON FOR OUR OVERNIGHT LOWS. PERUP 60’S FOR OUR AVERAGE HIGH. WE SET TEMPERATURES IN THE MIDDLE, UPPER 70S TO FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. IF YOU HAVE NOT ASKED THAT

Videocast: Showers and thunderstorms tonight

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Isolated showers and thunderstorms on Sunday https://gosic.org/isolated-showers-and-thunderstorms-on-sunday/ https://gosic.org/isolated-showers-and-thunderstorms-on-sunday/#respond Sun, 03 Oct 2021 03:48:00 +0000 https://gosic.org/isolated-showers-and-thunderstorms-on-sunday/

Videocast: Isolated showers and thunderstorms on Sunday

From Sunday morning to evening showers and thunderstorms are scattered in nature.
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ON RADAR, BUT DON’T BE FOOLED BECAUSE WE WILL CONTINUE TO SHOWER AND LEAVE TO SEE. DEVELOPING BECAUSE WE WERE ALWAYS PRETTY DRY OUTSIDE CLOSER ON OUR SUNDAY MORNINGNC OE AND WE JUST NOTE THAT AED CELL IS NOW MOVING INTO THE NORTH OF BEAVER DAM TRYING TO PULL IN PORTIONS OF FOND DU LACUNT. ASTHMA MILWAUKEE COUNTY. WE ARE ON THE DRY SIDE YOU SEE HERE. IT IS ONLY SOME MOISTURE IN THE UPPER ATMOSPHERE BUT NOTHING FALLS INTO THE SURFACE AT THIS POINT LOWES TODAY IN THE LOWER 60’S THIS TIME OF THE YEAR. THAT’S WARM. SO WE DON’T FEEL MNSEA EVEN IN THE LOWER 60’S, BECAUSE THEY HAVE TO STAY IN THE INLAND COUNTRIES, YOU MIGHT NEED A LIGHT JACKET WHILE YOU GET UP TOMORROW TOMORROW AND NEED THE UMBRELLA, YOU WILL MORGEN. HERE A LOOK AT OUR FUTURECAST. WE WILL SEE SHOWERS AND SOME GEUTHERS DURING WEST END SOUTH CONTINUE, WHILE WE WILL WAKE UP TOMORROW A CLUSTER OF GETTERS POSSIBLE IN SOME SERIOUS DIGS IN OUKZAEE COUNTY AS WELL AS IN THE NORTHERN MILWAUKEE COUNTY. AS IS DISTRIBUTED AGAIN IN NATU WREE COMPARED TO TODAY, SEE SOMETHING MORE COVERAGE THAT LASTES UNTIL THE AFTERNOON WHEN YOU ARE IN FOND DU LAC, ALSO TO SHEBOYGAN BY MIL WAUKINE, WHERE NEVER IN DE DA WE STILL IN WAUKESHA ARE DONE IF YOU HAVE ANY PLANS FOR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES YOU WILL REALLY STAY ON THE RADAR BUT I THINK AS WE WALK IN THE AFTERNOON WE’RE GONNA HAVE A BETTER CHANCE TO SEE SOME OF THESE THUNDERSTORMS. THAT COULD BE A LITTLE MORE DANGEROUS, NOT JUST RAIN A WHEN I SAY DANGEROUS, NOT HEAVY THUNDERSTORMS, BUT COULD ALSO BRING THE CHANCE FOR SOME LIGHTS WHEN WE PREPARE FOR THE LUNCH HOUR. WE WILL CONTINUE TO SEE RAIN AND GEOMETRY ACTIVITIES A LITTLE INTERRUPTION. I THINK THEREIL WL IS A DISTRIBUTED ACTIVITY TRYING TO PRESSURE HERE IN MILWAUKEE WHILE WE WALK IN OUR LATE EVENING BUT OUR LOW PRESSURE TRANSFER ON MONDAY. ASSOCI. THIS WILL START TO KICK EAST, SO YOU WILL HAVE A SHOWER AGAIN FOR YOUR SUNDAY MORNING AND THE CHANCE FOR US TO OBSERVE SOME THUNDERSTORMS MAINLY WEST TO THE WEST OF MILWAUKEE AND THEN WE ALSO LOOK AT FOG, THAT MNSEA AND MNSEA WATER THE SIGHT ON TERNON ACTIVITIES ARE COMING ON AND WHILE WE CONTINUE IN OUR SUNDAY NIGHT, THE RAIN AND THUNDERSRMTO ACTIVITIES BEGIN TO LOWER THE TEMPERATURES PROBABLY IN THE LOWER 70’S FOR OUR HEIGHT OF TOMORROW THIS LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM AND ITS ENERGY WILL BE REALLY IMPORTANT WHEN AND WHERE WE CAN SEE OUR SUNDAY TSEHO MOUTH, AS LONG AS THE TEMPERATURES BECOME CLOSER TO THE AVERAGE TUE OF 70 MAYS ON THE MONTH OF THE PROGNES OF 7-68 AND WILL CONTINUE TO CONTINUE TO SEE THE HIGHEST TREND WARMER AS WE GO INTO THE LATE WEEK THAT C

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Thunderstorms and 60 mph storms will plague Britain for NINE HOURS today, the Met Office has warned.

Forecasters have urged the British to stay safe in the face of “strong” and “dangerous” winds and heavy rain that could cause travel chaos.

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Rain didn’t deter Leeds drinkers who dressed up for a pub crawlPhoto credit: NB PRESS LTD
The Lytham Windmill's sail broke after a strong wind

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The Lytham Windmill’s sail broke after a strong windPhoto credit: @ ianvevers / Twitter
Revelers at the Otley Run Pub Crawley on a drenched Saturday in Leeds

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Revelers at the Otley Run Pub Crawley on a drenched Saturday in LeedsPhoto credit: NB PRESS LTD
People struggle with umbrellas as driving rain and high winds hit Bournemouth in Dorset

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People struggle with umbrellas as driving rain and high winds hit Bournemouth in DorsetImage credit: BNPS
Volunteers rushed to a heavily flooded road near Daisy Nook Country Park yesterday morning

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Volunteers rushed to a heavily flooded road near Daisy Nook Country Park yesterday morningPhoto credit: MEN Media
A stormy day in Lancashire this morning - with winds that will later reach 65 mph today

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A stormy day in Lancashire this morning – with winds that will later reach 65 mph todayCredit: Alamy
A fallen tree next to Hammersmith Bridge in west London as Londoners brave the wind and rain today

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A fallen tree next to Hammersmith Bridge in west London as Londoners brave the wind and rain todayImage credit: LNP

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Delays in road, rail, air and ferry traffic are “likely”, while power outages and other services are possible.

It comes after the Met Office put the south east of England under a yellow weather warning.

The wind and rain alarm will run from 1 p.m. today until 10 p.m. tonight while the British are hit by strong south winds.

Inland gusts are expected to reach 50-50 miles per hour – while the coast could be hit by storms of up to 65 miles per hour.

In some parts of southern England, up to 30-40mm of rain will fall in 3-6 hours.

Alex Deakin of the Met Office said, “It’s the first weekend in October and it’s going to be very, very autumnal.

“Some strong winds, especially on Saturday from the south and on Sunday from the north, and it will also rain heavily.

“It won’t rain all weekend, but especially in the south later on Saturday it looks very muddy indeed.

“On Sunday it will be a bit lighter. For most of them there are some sunny phases, but still a lot of stormy showers.”

It could get so cold in the coming weeks that parts of the UK could be hit by snow.

Experts believe that at higher altitudes there will likely be some snowfall towards the end of October.

Met Office chief meteorologist Greg Dewhurst told The Sun Online, “We’ll likely see snowy weather in higher parts as October turns into November.

“Areas likely to be affected are the Scottish Mountains and higher elevations in northern England and North Wales.

“Low areas are unlikely to see any. This is quite normal for this time of year. “

Only on the first day of the month, the likelihood that that month would be considered the wettest October on record was lowered to 5/1.

Jessica O’Reilly of Ladbrokes said: “October got off to a miserable start and we were already forced to cut the odds this month is a record breaker.”

Night owls avoid the rain in Leeds today

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Night owls avoid the rain in Leeds todayPhoto credit: NB PRESS LTD
A man is cycling through Victoria Park in east London after heavy rain this morning

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A man is cycling through Victoria Park in east London after heavy rain this morningImage credit: LNP
Commuters brave the wind and heavy rain yesterday morning in Putney, southwest London

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Commuters brave the wind and heavy rain yesterday morning in Putney, southwest LondonImage credit: LNP
A man wears flip flops while waiting at a traffic light outside Greenwich Park in South East London

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A man wears flip flops while waiting at a traffic light outside Greenwich Park in South East LondonImage credit: LNP
Strong winds and heavy showers in downtown Preston

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Strong winds and heavy showers in downtown PrestonCredit: Alamy
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Local residents are encouraged to stay away from the streets as thunderstorms cause heavy rain in the city https://gosic.org/local-residents-are-encouraged-to-stay-away-from-the-streets-as-thunderstorms-cause-heavy-rain-in-the-city/ https://gosic.org/local-residents-are-encouraged-to-stay-away-from-the-streets-as-thunderstorms-cause-heavy-rain-in-the-city/#respond Fri, 01 Oct 2021 13:47:20 +0000 https://gosic.org/local-residents-are-encouraged-to-stay-away-from-the-streets-as-thunderstorms-cause-heavy-rain-in-the-city/

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The city of Corpus Christi and the Office of Emergency Management continue to monitor widespread showers and thunderstorms with heavy rainfall in the area. The National Weather Service released a Flash Flood Watch by tonight. Widespread showers and thunderstorms are expected during the day, with the possibility of 5 to 10 cm of precipitation.

Public works workers have responded with barricades and monitor reports of road flooding on the following streets:

  • Surfside Boulevard on North Beach
  • NPID and Leopard Street
  • IH 37 and McKinzie Road
  • Martin Luther King Boulevard and Staples Street
  • HWY 286 and Tarlton Street

The AMBUS of the Corpus Christi fire brigade is on its way to its first use after reports of a rollover accident with several injuries on the rain-soaked US Highway 281. The AMBUS is a unique rescue unit that can transport and care for up to 21 patients at the same time.

When the weather is bad, we want our church to be safe. If you need to get off under these conditions, remember:

  • Drive slower than usual so you have time to react to other traffic in the lane.
  • Turn on your headlights so you are visible to other vehicles and pedestrians.
  • Watch out for possible flooding in lower-lying areas.
  • If you need to travel, be aware and find an alternative route.
  • Whether by car or on foot, every time you come across a flooded street, turn around. Don’t drown.

The City and EOC team will continue to monitor the weather throughout the day.

For the latest updates, follow us on the city’s social media channels, Facebook @citygov and twitter @cityofcc.


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