Oceanic climate

Could Jack Frost leave us a surprise Thursday in Ocean County

Well, here we go again, maybe. Looks like our pal Jack Frost might be dropping us a little surprise Thursday morning here in parts of New Jersey…maybe even in Ocean County. Looks like according to Meteorologist Dan Zarrow we could see “wintry” weather overnight from Wednesday to Thursday morning. Listen …

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A Most Uncertain Fiction – The Wichitan

Edward Roberts, under the anonymous “strannikov”, has been writing flash fiction since 2007 appearing online at yummy demon, language is a virus, Gone Lawn Journal, Metazen, Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Fictionaut, and The miscreant. His verse (since 2016) appeared at Fictionaut and Literary magazine and in print at …

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Top sustainability trends for 2022, greening air travel and discussing plant-based diets

This week current climate, which every Saturday brings you a balanced view of the news of sustainable development. Sign up to receive it in your inbox every week. The World Economic Forum has once again postponed its annual event in Davos, Switzerland, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, but its …

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La Nina is expected to persist until May before disappearing

La Nina could linger for at least another four months before the phenomenon begins to fade. La Nina could persist for at least four more months before the phenomenon blamed on South American droughts, milder weather in the southern United States and heavy rains in the Pacific Northwest begins to …

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iodp: Bhu Prof will participate in the Iodp expedition | Varanasi News

Varanasi: Dr Komal Verma, Assistant Professor in the Geology Department of the Hindu University of Banaras has been invited to participate in the prestigious International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) Expedition 397 to the Atlantic Ocean as a micro-paleontologist, for two months in October-December 2022.According to the spokesperson for BHU, she …

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Winter’s wrath envelops the Berkshires in polar frost to start the week | Weather

Quote “Leaving a bookstore is difficult… especially on a January day, when the wind is blowing, the ice is dangerous and the books inside seem to congregate in colorful heat. “ Jane Smiley (novelist, essayist) A brutal explosion from a deep arctic frost, also known as a “polar vortex”, was …

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‘We can’t ignore the reality’: Colorado fires underscore the urgency of US climate law | Climate crisis

Joe Biden ended his tour of neighborhoods devastated by Colorado’s most destructive fire by emphasizing the link between escalating U.S. wildfires and the global climate crisis, saying the United States can no longer “ignore the reality” of the weather conditions that “supercharged” the fires. Biden’s trip to Boulder County on …

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‘Urban fire storm’: urban sprawl increases risk of destructive forest fires | Forest fires

IIt was just after sunrise on New Years Eve when climatologist Daniel Swain pulled up outside his home in Boulder County, Colorado. The snow was starting to fall and a strong pungent smell – “like burnt plastic,” Swain said – hung in the freshly chilled breeze. A rapid forest fire …

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December 2021 was the 2nd hottest on record for Philadelphia, as part of a climate change trend

As to wipe the slate for 2022, temperatures have plunged and lawns snowed in the Philadelphia area and on the Jersey Shore Monday, leaving December as a quickly fading memory. But the last day of 2021, Dec.31, recorded an average daily temperature of 51 degrees in Philadelphia – 16 degrees …

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Cobb weather update: January 2, possibility of brief isolated tornadoes

The National Weather Service updated its weather forecast for Cobb County this morning, but there is still a dangerous outlook for the weather, with a possibility of brief isolated tornadoes. Here is the published outlook for Cobb County and much of North Georgia: .DAY ONE… Today and tonight … A …

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