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Probably the result of pumping methane out of coal mines, the methane is not thought to be a safety issue for local residents.

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Mudslide buries town

On March 25, 2014 By

A huge mudslide carried half a mountain of liquid mud over the town of Oso, north of Seattle.

14 people are confirmed dead and another 170 are […]

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Cold air has rushed in from the Arctic, after a high pressure over northeast Canada and Greenland blocked the usual track of the weather.


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During the last week two giant oarfish have washed up on the Californian shore. Measuring 18 feet and 15 feet long scientists believe that the fish where killed […]

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Now Nemo slams into N-E USA

On February 9, 2013 By

A winter storm named Nemo has caused record amounts of snow to be dropped on the North-western states of the USA.

One death has been reported and 600.000 are […]

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Winter Storm Euclid

On December 27, 2012 By

With blizzard warnings across 730 continuous miles, this is yet another truly huge storm to affect the Eastern USA.  

Thirty-four  tornadoes were reported in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and […]

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With more people moving to areas susceptible to hurricanes in the USA it inevitable that more people will suffer and the cost will increase.

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Sandy delivers

On October 30, 2012 By

Frankenstorm Sandy – the so called super storm or perfect storm delivered a knock out punch.

Whilst forecasters often get criticised for getting potential risks wrong (In Italy […]

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