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11 March 2022
In recent days, very extreme rainfall has affected eastern Australia. At Main Arm in New South Wales, a major landslide has occurred.
8 October 2020
A satellite image showing post wildfire mudslide potential in the Pacific West of the United States in winter 2020 – 2021
25 November 2019
“It was once said that the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil could set off a tornado in Texas, and our study provides new evidence of the remarkable interconnectedness of the world’s weather” – Robert Lee, University of Reading
12 May 2016
NOAA has issued a La Nina Watch for the fall, and there are growing signs that the super El Nino of last winter will become a La Nina event for our next one. It is too early to say how strong a La Nina will develop, but the odds are around 3 out of 4 that we will see a La Nina winter. La Nina events tend to bring cooler …