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15 février 2014 6 15 /02 /février /2014 20:13

Ca fait maintenant deux mois que nous sommes sous l'emprise du Jet Stream.

 

Ce soir, une percée polaire le casse. En espérant que cela tienne....

 

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neo 09/07/2014 20:14


-- SEVERE STORMS (1 updated events, 2 new images) --

TYPHOON NEOGURI
In July 2014, typhoon Neoguri churned toward Okinawa and southern Japan.
* http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=83995&src=nha
 *** Image from Jul 08, 2014 (Posted on Jul 08, 2014 2:20 PM)
* http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/view.php?id=83993&src=nha
 *** Image from Jul 05, 2014 (Posted on Jul 08, 2014 1:59 PM)

neo 03/06/2014 19:26


pourrait t'intéresser:


Bonjour


 


Le Department of Atmospheric Science  de la Colorado State University publie ce jour les nouvelles prévisions pour la
saison 2014.


Elles sont en légère augmentation par rapport à celle du mois d'avril pour le nombre de tempêtes et de journées à les subir.
Le nombre de ces phénomènes qui évolueront pour devenir des ouragans passe de 3 à 4 et dans le même temps, les scientifiques Gray et Klotzbach, qui font référence en la matière,
font passer le nombre d'ouragan majeur à une unité seulement.


Cette augmentation du nombre de tempêtes est due au ralentissement du phénomène El Niño, depuis le mois d'avril, ce qui entraîne un
réchauffement de l'Atlantique plus élevé et plus rapide que prévu.


Ce ne sont que des prévisions et l'on a vu que la saison dernière a été bien plus calme qu'annoncée.
A ce sujet, ces derniers précisent que  l'abaissement de l'activité cyclonique en 2013 était du à une diminution inhabituelle, jamais vue depuis 1950, de la circulation thermo haline
(Définition ICI)
entre l'hiver et le printemps 2013.


Tableau des prévisions





 


Décembre 2013


avril 2014


Juin 2014




Tempêtes


10 à 12


9


10




Jours de tempêtes


52 à 64


35


40




Ouragans


5 à 7


3


4




Jours d’ouragans


26 à 30


12


15




Ouragan(s) majeur(s)


2 à 3


2


1





Les prochaines prévisions seront communiquées en août.


Pour le document original complet (en anglais) c'est ICI


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Ferlinpimpim 04/06/2014 01:31



ça y est, visiblement, le dernier pic solaire de ce cycle est passé... Nous allons de catastrophe en catastrophes.... Et, ensuite, vers le fameux "changement climatique"...


 


Dure, très dure période qui s'annonce... Pour au moins 60 ans.



neo 11/05/2014 18:09


http://www.forbes.com/sites/jamestaylor/2014/04/30/twenty-years-of-winter-cooling-defy-global-warming-claims/


4/30/2014 @ 8:06AM 9 743 views


20 Years of Winter Cooling Defy Global Warming Claims



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Winter temperatures throughout the United States are in a 20-year cooling trend, defying alarmist global warming predictions and debunking claims that warmer winters are causing
environmental catastrophe.


National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) data, presented by the
International Climate and Environmental Change Assessment Project, reveal this winter’s exceptionally cold winter was merely the continuation of a long-term cooling trend. The trend
line for the past 20 years shows more than two degrees Fahrenheit of cooling in U.S. winter temperatures since 1995.


The two decades of cooling temperatures defy alarmist assertions that global warming is causing warmer winters. The Weather Channel presented a typical example of such bogus winter warming
claims in a December 13, 2013 article, titled “Winters Getting Warmer In U.S., But Precipitation Trends Are a Mixed Bag.” At the very top of the article, The Weather Channel posted a map of U.S. winter temperature trends
from 1970-2012, produced by the alarmist website Climate Central. Virtually the entire map is colored various shades of red, reflecting an asserted winter warming trend during the period.
The map is accompanied by an insert claiming U.S. winter temperatures rose 0.61 degrees Celsius between 1970 and 2012.




U.S. winter temperatures. Credit: International Climate and Environmental Change Assessment Project.



As U.S. Historical Climatology Network (USHCN) data show,
The Weather Channel and Climate Central engaged in deceptive and unscrupulous cherry-picking to mislead readers into thinking a long-term cooling trend was actually a long-term warming
trend. The NOAA data referenced and linked above show winter temperatures have been cooling for the past 20 years. U.S. Historical Climatology Network data show the cooling trend extends
back even further, all the way to 1930. Nevertheless, The Weather Channel and Climate Central deliberately chose an outlier year, 40-plus years ago (1970), with a winter much cooler than
other years immediately before and after, and compared it to a recent outlier year (2012) with a winter that was much warmer than other years immediately before and after.


As the NOAA and USHCN data show, almost any way you slice and dice the data, the United States is in a long-term winter cooling trend. The period 1930-2014 shows cooling. The period
1995-2014 shows cooling. The long-term trend line from just about any other year to the present shows cooling.  Nevertheless, a very few data points can be cherry-picked to give the
illusion of winter warming, so that’s just what The Weather Channel and Climate Central did.


The winter cooling trend is important for other reasons, as well. Global warming activists frequently assert that warmer winters are causing all sorts of environmental harms. The poster
child for these alarmist claims is assertions that pine beetle infestations in the western United States are caused by warmer winters failing to keep pine beetle populations in check.
Clearly, this and other assertions of warmer winters causing environmental havoc are pure garbage, given than winters have been cooling for the past 20 years, and indeed the past 80 years.
Global warming cannot be causing pine beetle epidemics if the claim depends on assertions that winters are getting warmer. Winters are not getting warmer; they are getting cooler.
Therefore, global warming cannot be causing recent pine beetle epidemics. Objective scientists point out, instead, that pine beetle epidemics have occurred for millennia, including in
extremely cold places like Alaska. Government forestry practices that have unnaturally suppressed wildfires, leaving in place an unnatural density of old and weakened trees, are much more
likely to fuel pine beetle epidemics.


Score this one Objective Science 1: Global Warming Alarmists 0.



neo 27/04/2014 18:27


http://earthsky.org/earth/nasa-is-tracking-a-gargantuan-iceberg-escaped-from-antarctica?utm_source=EarthSky+News&utm_campaign=8b0a4f4cb2-EarthSky_News&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c643945d79-8b0a4f4cb2-393511181


EarthSky // Earth, Science Wire Release
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NASA is tracking a gargantuan iceberg, escaped from Antarctica




NASA has been tracking the huge iceberg B31, which broke away from Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier in November 2013. Now, though, southern winter is coming.






B31 is a huge ice island, currently floating in the Amundsen Sea. The 20-mile (33 kilometer) by 12 mile (20 kilometer) iceberg is expected to pass into the Southern Ocean soon. Image via Jeff
Schmaltz, LANCE/EOSDIS Rapid Response.



NASA is tracking an iceberg – an ice island, really – 240 square miles (over 600 square kilometers). That’s in contrast to about 23 square miles for New York’s Manhattan Island. Scientists have
labeled this iceberg as B31. It separated from the front of Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier last November and began a journey across Pine Island Bay, a basin of the Amundsen Sea. It’ll likely
be swept up soon in the swift currents of the Southern Ocean, and it will soon be hard to track visually because the Antarctic is heading into winter darkness for the coming six months.


The significance of this large iceberg is still being sorted out, NASA says. Kelly Brunt, a glaciologist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, noted:



Iceberg calving is a very normal process. However, the detachment rift, or crack, that created this iceberg was well upstream of the 30-year average calving front of Pine Island Glacier, so
this a region that warrants monitoring.



Pine Island Glacier itself – the source of the massive iceberg – has been the subject of intense study in the past several decades. Scientists speak of this glacier as the weak underbelly of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. The glacier has been thinning and
draining rapidly and may be one of the largest contributors to sea level rise. Read more: As ocean warms, Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier thaws


Large icebergs like this one pose a danger to ships. Our modern shipboard technologies – radar and warning systems – can’t always prevent accidents. For example, in 2007, the MS Explorer, an
Antarctic cruise ship, sank after striking an iceberg near the South Shetland Islands. Read more
at CBS News.


Read more the images of B31 from NASA Visible Earth




The ice island B31 broke away from Pine Island Glacier in early November 2013. Scientists say that while it lost some mass very early on in its life as a floating iceberg, it has remained
pretty much the same shape since early December. As of April 11, 2014, the U.S. National Ice Center (NIC) reported that the iceberg is 33 kilometers long and 20 kilometers wide (18 by 11
nautical miles).





Over the course of five months in Antarctic spring and summer, NASA has been using both its Terra and Aqua satellites to capture images of the massive floating ice chunk. One of the
scientists involved, Grant Bigg of the University of Sheffield, said, “We are doing some research on local ocean currents to try to explain the motion properly. It has been surprising how
there have been periods of almost no motion, interspersed with rapid flow. There were a couple of occasions early on when there might have been partial grounding or collisions with the
seafloor, as B31 bounced from one side of the Bay to the other.”





In the coming months, B31 is expected to leave the Amundsen Bay and enter the waters of the Southern Ocean. Since southern winter is approaching, bringing day-long darkness to that part of
the world, and the iceberg will be harder to track visually.



Bottom line: NASA is tracking the huge iceberg B31, which broke away from Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier in November 2013. Winter is now approaching in the southern part of the world, and
thus the iceberg – which is about six times the size of Manhattan Island, and perhaps 500 meters thick – will soon be hard to track visually.




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neo 31/03/2014 18:54


ils auront reçu ce qu'on devait recevoir cette année ...


 






 






LES DERNIERES ACTUALITES PAR THEMATIQUES









 


Dernières actualités des catastrophes naturelles en France et dans le monde






 











Forte tempête de neige sur l'Est du Canada et le Nord-Est des USA


 


Une puissante tempête hivernale a paralysé aujourd'hui toute la côte atlantique du Canada et le Nord-Est des USA. Au Canada, d'Halifax
à Moncton en passant par l'estuaire du Saint-Laurent,des pointes de vent atteignant près de 200 km/h ont été enregistrées ainsi que des chutes de neige abondantes.
Lire la suite















Pluies diluviennes et inondations sur le littoral du Queensland (Australie)


 


 De très fortes pluies se sont abattues sur le littoral du Queensland et ont causé des inondations. Les services
météorologiques indiquent que la région a enregistré 500 mm de pluie en 48 h. dans secteur de Yeppoon (Nord-Est de la province).
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Tornades dans le Nord de la Californie (USA)


 4 tornades se sont produites terre près de Sacramento dans le Nord de la Californie. Ces 4 tornades se sont formées à Roseville,
Willows, Bluegum et Orbend dans un contexte fortement orageux.
Lire la suite















Fortes chutes de grêle au Mexique


 De fortes chutes de grêle ontaffecté le secteur compris entre les États mexicains de Puebla et de Tlaxcala. Le sol a été
recouvert d’une épaisse couche de grêle en quelques minutes seulement.
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Forte sécheresse dans le Nord-Est de la Colombie


 Le département du nord-est colombien, le Casanare, affronte depuis plusieurs mois maintenant de très fortes températures ainsi qu'une
importante sécheresse. Cette zone marquée par la végétation typique des llanos du bassin de l’Orénoque a u cœur des plaines colombiennes subit les conséquences directes
de la météo, mais aussi des transformations humaines.
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L'Arizona touché par une importante tempête de sable
















neo 25/03/2014 19:54


http://earthsky.org/earth/some-perspective-on-winter-2014?utm_source=EarthSky+News&utm_campaign=0a997ec4e9-EarthSky_News&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c643945d79-0a997ec4e9-393511181


 



Some perspective on winter 2014




U.S. winter of 2013-14 was only 1°F below average, but it followed two warmer-than-average winters. Did that fact make this winter seem colder than it was?






This map is based on data from NASA’s Terra satellite. It depicts temperatures for December 2013 to February 2014 compared to the 2000–2013 average for those months. Areas with warmer than
average temperatures are shown in red; near-normal temperatures are white; and areas that were cooler than normal are blue. Image via NASA



For people in the middle and eastern part of North America, the winter of 2013-14 has felt like one of the coldest in many years. Waves of Arctic air brought extended periods of cold weather
and above-average snowfall. Seven Midwestern states had one of their top-10 coldest winters, and the Great Lakes were chilled until they reached nearly 91 percent ice cover. Even portions of
Mexico and Central America were cooler than normal.


But human memory is not a scientific measure, and long-term perspective tends to get lost in everyday conversation and news coverage. The winter of 2013-14 followed two winters that were
significantly warmer than the norm, which likely made this season feel worse than it was, according to researchers at the U.S. National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). They reported that the
average temperature of the contiguous U.S. for the winter was just 0.4° Celsius (31.3° Fahrenheit), about 1°F below average. In fact, in the U.S., winter 2013-2014 was only the 34th coldest
winter in 119 years of record-keeping.


How can that be, when so many felt so cold? It’s because most of the U.S. west of the Rocky Mountains was warmer and drier than average. Warmer temperatures in the West offset the cold snaps to
the East. California had its hottest winter on record, and several other states came close.


Though it is not included in the contiguous U.S. measurements, Alaska also thawed this winter in spring-like heat and rain that melted snow and ice.




Image credit: NASA



The map above puts the North American winter in wider context. On a global scale, land temperatures for the December through February period were actually the 10th warmest in the modern record,
according to NCDC, 0.87°C (1.57°F) above the 20th century average.


Far eastern Asia, particularly China and eastern Russia, were significantly warmer than normal. In Europe, Austria and The Netherlands observed the second warmest winters in their records, and
Switzerland its third warmest. With temperatures as much as 5°C above normal, spring crops and plants began sprouting several weeks early across much of Europe. And in the southern summer, the
extended heat waves in Australia and Argentina stand out.


Via NASA Earth Obersvatory




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neo 06/03/2014 16:36


Slt ,


eux :


http://earthsky.org/earth/watch-march-come-in-like-a-lion-over-eastern-us?utm_source=EarthSky+News&utm_campaign=9afe86c79b-EarthSky_News&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c643945d79-9afe86c79b-393511181


continuent de recevoir ce que nous avions à la même époque ,


l'année dernière :


 


This animation created from satellite data shows the progression of the major winter storm over the U.S. Mid-Atlantic and southern states on March 2 and 3.


The storm brought snow to the U.S. mid-Atlantic, freezing rain to the Carolinas, and rain and some freezing rain to the Gulf Coast states. Visible and infrared imagery over those two days
captured by NOAA’s GOES-East or GOES-13 satellite were compiled into a video made by NASA/NOAA’s GOES Project at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.


Dennis Chesters of the NASA/NOAA GOES Project at Goddard said:



This storm confirms the ancient adage that ‘March comes in like a lion.’ Hopefully it will follow the saying and the month will ‘go out like a lamb.’



Bottom line: A video made using NOAA’s GOES satellite data shows the progression of the major winter storm over the U.S. Mid-Atlantic and southern states on March 2 and 3, 2014

Bernard 17/02/2014 15:03


Question mauvais temps chez vous


une remarque car depuis l'automne dernier si je un petit  constat ici en amérique le froid et tempête emplifiés


mais aussi la présence accrus des chemtrails dans la zone qui se trouve en  avant des dépressions qui naissent dans le golfe du mexique et qui remonte on zizag en avant des dépressions qui
naissent une après l'autre comme pour les faire grossirs a l'extrême et vous avez les restant des monstrent sur vos côte 


je crois que on est dans une querre USA europe dite de changement climatique 


Selon mon appréciation


 

Ferlinpimpim 18/02/2014 22:42



Bonsoir Bernard. On manque d'infos à ce sujet mais il est clair qu'il y a une manipulation climatique en cours, avec tout ce que ça incombe... Après, que nous le vivions déjà, oui, certainement
par perte d'énergie solaire, de rayonnement. Mais niveau météo, on ne peut pas être certain. Par contre, c'est sûr que leur folie, un jour, va se payer très très cher.