>Todays Series of News Pieces grabbing World Headlines and this blog!

Written by on March 9, 2010 in Rest of Europe with 0 Comments

>As you can see, I’ve captured a few of the interesting weather events happening across the world, anything from abnormal winter warm anomolies, to the worst snowstorm in 25 years to strike southwest Europe. This storm by the way is hot on the heels of major wild weather that blasted France with hurricane-force winds, flooding and lots of damage!

The snowstorm would also have been impressive in midwinter, never mind so late in the season. This is made more rare by the fact it could be in the 70s or even 80s by this time of year.

Also there is a rare cyclone spinning off the Brazil coast, I haven’t had time to paste the whole piece about it on here but here is the link to what Jesse Ferrell has written about it.


Also, Jesse blogged about the first tornado to start off the 2010 season.
Here’s the link to that

In the coming days and weeks I hope to provide more summaries for both the US and UK from this past winter but I am working more and more this past two weeks and between work and trying to get as much sleep as I can, I am a little slower than id like to be, getting the stuff onto here.

I shall be talking about the upcoming hurricane season as well as what I believe the summer may bring for us…. I shall also be trying out something new this summer which relates to summer recreation, to be released, March 31st!

Thanks for reading.

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