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Thunderstorm generates 1-inch of rain within 10 MINUTES flooding Las Vegas

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Thunderstorm generates 1-inch of rain within 10 MINUTES flooding Las Vegas

The monsoon pattern is firmly in charge of the Southwest with thunderstorms erupting widely on a daily basis. One particular cell which crossed the Las Vegas area caused widespread flash flooding with rain amounts of up to an inch falling within just 10-15 minutes! Flood Warnings now for the Las Vegas Valley. Tule Springs State Park […]

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Europe’s Drought and Wildfire situation worsens, Adriatic coast hit by Hailstorm

Europe’s Drought and Wildfire situation worsens, Adriatic coast hit by Hailstorm

Following the 3rd driest spring and 2 years of below average rainfall, Italy’s drought continues to worsen and has now forced the government to switch off fountains across Rome including those of St Peter’s Square. Parts of mainland Italy, Sicily and Sardinia have seen rivers dry up while forests suffer fire. Italy isn’t alone in this summer’s drought and wildfire problem. […]

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