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Australia sweats

On January 9, 2013 By

Australia – all of it – is suffering from record temperatures.  The average temperature for the country (almost the size of a continent!) has been […]

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Battle for the Arctic

On November 13, 2012 By

As the ice melts surrounding countries are desperately compiling claims to the ocean bed so they can tap into the regions resources.

There are many concerns about how […]

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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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A Perfect Storm?

On October 27, 2012 By

Hurricane Sandy has been downgraded to a tropical storm as it tracks up the east coast of the USA.

Sandy could hit the coast anywhere […]

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As the featured image shows, most of the world showed a warmer climate in September – an exception was the UK.

Climate is incredibly changeable, […]

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The rain in Spain

On September 30, 2012 By

At least 10 people have died in torrential rain in southern Spain.

9.5 inches of rain fell on Friday with more being expected along with violent thunderstorms.  This […]

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Unusually heavy rain has brought floods to many parts of the UK.  My area near Bristol received 76mm in about 6 hours on Monday *a months worth’.

Many […]

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Hurricane Isaac continues to cause havoc in the Caribbean, having caused 24 deaths in Haiti, it now turns attention to the USA.

$14 billion spent […]

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