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Discussion in 'Daily & Chat' started by POW_hungry, Sep 7, 2019.
S**t I wonder how often they occur?
Mudslide traps 500 tourists in Canadian ski resort
Montreal (AFP) Feb 2, 2020 -
Some 500 tourists were trapped inside a ski resort in western Canada on Sunday after a mudslide destroyed the access road, local media reported.
Heavy rains knocked loose mud and debris, and the ensuing mudslide washed out about 0.6 miles (one kilometer) of the only access road to the Sasquatch Mountain Resort, the British Columbia transportation ministry said in a statement.
It said that clearing the road could take five to six days and urged local residents to stay at home while they waited for the work to be completed.
"We're pretty much at the mercy of Mother Nature," said Shelby Lim, a resort manager, in an interview with the CBC.
She added that the resort, which is about 60 miles east of Vancouver, had lost power due to inclement weather but had backup generators.
Lim also noted that the vacationers could leave the resort via a helicopter service, which cost about $150 per person.
About 100 people had used or intended to use the helicopter service to leave, the CBC reported, but the rest had decided to stay put and wait for the road to reopen.
A mudslide suggests conditions aren't all time to be stuck there....
My google news alerts on my phone (supposedly customized from my internet viewing) is giving me MET weather alerts for ireland...
Verifying forecasts for major stratospheric sudden warmings
A stratospheric sudden warming is perhaps one of the most radical changes of weather that is observed on our planet. As numerical weather prediction models have improved, including better representation of the stratosphere, an extensive amount of studies have been investigating forecasts for major stratospheric sudden warmings (MSSWs), which affect all layers of the atmosphere, changing wind circulation patterns and space weather effects like the aurora.
Sounds like the extremes of this season's NH's (extreme +AO) effects and our Southern Winter (MSSW) just past look to be poking the scientific bears in the labs, finally.
IMO, get the Strat warming forecast dialed and you have vastly more depth in understanding the complex connections of the atmos.
Feb in Norway has been warmer and snowier. Huge amounts of snow in the mountains - several cities have set a new record - NRK Vestland
Oh. I just Right clicked on my laptop and selected translate to English.
UK met office has released it’s Beta Weather Map, for those who registered interest in a trial.
Brown study definition
The expression "brown study" is a fourteenth century British term that started out meaning a dark melancholy mood, but later came to mean a state of thinking deeply about something. Before the two words were ever commonly used together in language, brown was used to describe something dark and sober while being in a study meant daydreaming.
English dictionary definition of brown study. n. A state of deep thought. n a mood of deep absorption or thoughtfulness; reverie n. deep, serious absorption in thought. - Gloomy meditation or melancholy..
Their latest textbook is up for pre-order sale - has a 500 citation bibliography. Their information is worthy of consideration, considering how other scientific discoveries are seeing the electrical nature of...nature. This is not a plug thing...just a mention about information out there.
More of this particle forcing electrical nature type information:
@CarveMan are you back at Buller this week?
Mexico has had a big couple of days with Tornados of late. Note the multiple touchdowns while someone casually films...
The Northern PV has been marching to the beat of it’s own drum this Boreal Winter season, so why not just keep on being your stubborn self?!