Tag Archives: Meteorological phenomena

29Sep/17

Stampede in India’s financial capital kills at least 22

MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA (SEPTEMBER 29, 2017) (ANI) – A string of ambulances arrived at a hospital in India’s financial hub of Mumbai on Friday (September 29) after at least 22 people were killed and more than 30 wounded in a rush hour stampede during a sudden monsoon downpour at a railway station.
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06Sep/17

How are hurricanes categorized?

Hurricanes are classified into five categories using the Saffir-Simpson scale, with the highest number representing the most powerful storm. Continue reading

23Jan/16

Washington D.C. wakes up to a thick blanket of snow

A time lapse video shows the White House and other Washington D.C. landmarks covered in snow.

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22Jan/16

Washington declares state of emergency, braces for ‘historic’ snowfall

D.C. struggles with first test of weather preparedness, failing to treat roads early enough and causing major traffic jams ahead of a massive storm.

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26May/15

Heavy rain causes deadly flooding in Texas

Texas governor says flooding that has killed at least three people is the worst he has ever seen.

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20Mar/15

New Yorkers get snow on the first day of spring

Despite the arrival of spring, more snow hits New York City and the rest of the winter-weary U.S. Northeast.

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10Feb/15

Massachusetts struggles to remove snow after massive storm

Large snow storm in Massachusetts shuts down Boston transit and schools.
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