Category Archives: Meterology

Washington Post climate coverage (@postclimate) • Instagram reel

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Why it’s not safe to shower during a thunderstorm | The Conversation

Published: August 17, 2022 2.54pm BST Simon Balson / Alamy Stock Photo Lightning kills 24,000 people each year. Here’s how to stay safe during an electrical storm. The Met Office has issued several “yellow thunderstorm warnings” for the UK, highlighting … Continue reading

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How Covid is Helping Us Study Lightning

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t just affected us. It’s also affected the weather. And this turns out to be a lucky natural experiment to help us understand how […]much we influence the world around us. Hosted by: Hank Green […]

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Why’d the Ocean Stop Getting Saltier?

[…] If salty water is constantly spilling into the world’s oceans, does that mean they are getting saltier by the day? Hosted by: Hank Green […]

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Strange Aurora Sound Phenomenon Is Real And Has Been Recorded and Explained

[…] Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about new discoveries in regards to a strange phenomena produced by aurora on the planet – the auroral sound This time, finally explained Links: https://www.aalto.fi/en/news/the-auro… … Continue reading

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Earth’s Rarest Lightning Finally Caught on Camera

Red Sprites, Blue Jets, Gigantic Jets and ELVES. […]

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How the planet became the prime political entity of our century | Aeon Essays

Weather Forecasting Factory (1986) by Stephen Conlin. Based on the work of Lewis Fry Richardson, and on advice from Professor John Byrne, Trinity College Dublin. Image © Stephen Conlin How did the planet replace the nation-state to become the prime … Continue reading

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Waterspout spectacle off the coast of Cuba | BBC News

Residents of Cienfuegos, Cuba, have been sharing footage of a waterspout which formed just off the coast, near the city, on Saturday October 16. The phenomenon lasted for around ten minutes according to the country’s meteorological agency. No damage was … Continue reading

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The Rapidly Changing Arctic

Sharpen your knowledge of the Arctic in CU on Coursera’s Arctic Climate, Environment, and Geographies of a Changing North specialization. Learn more at https://www.colorado.edu/ali/arctic-c…​.

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Solar storm strikes Earth, causes airlines to re-route, could disrupt GPS

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