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Severe Weather Outbreak Possible

A PDS (particularly dangerous situation) TORNADO WATCH is in effect for the entire area until 9 PM. This, as a severe weather outbreak is possible across the viewing area today, with intense tornadoes, damaging wind, and hail likely. Long-lived, strong supercell thunderstorms are likely. MODERATE RISK: The Storm Prediction Center…
bubmag
March 28, 2020
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NOAA: Earth Just Passed 2nd Hottest February On Record

March 19th, 2020 by Cynthia Shahan  Confirming what you might have sensed, it is not simply you sweating more than expected (or enjoying spring in the North when it is generally winter) — indeed, the whole planet is sweating, as February 2020 ranked as the second-hottest February in the 141-year…
bubmag
March 19, 2020
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Spring is likely to be warmer than normal across most the US, NOAA says

(CNN)The US is expected to stay warmer than average through the spring with widespread flooding, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Thursday. 2020 started with the hottest January on record globally, followed by the second warmest February on record. The next three months are likely to continue this temperature…
bubmag
March 19, 2020
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The First Known Mouthbrooding Deep-Sea Fish Discovered

Main Blog > The First Known Mouthbrooding Deep-Sea Fish Discovered While most fish cast their eggs and sperm in clouds and leave their young to develop by themselves, there are some fish (about 2 percent) who keep their fertilized eggs in their mouths. These fish are called “mouthbreeders”. This is a…
bubmag
March 18, 2020
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As COVID-19 Coronavirus Spreads, Signs Of A Warmup In Coming Weeks

Candidly, there is still no definitive answer on whether warmer Spring temperatures will slow the deadly COVID-19 coronavirus. There is a lot of conventional (and hopeful) wisdom out there that influenza and common colds are seasonal and tend to subside during the warm season so this will too. Bob Henson…
bubmag
March 17, 2020
NOAA

What winter? Earth just had its second-warmest December-February on record

What winter? The months of December, January and February – which meteorologists define as winter here in the Northern Hemisphere – were the second-warmest on record, federal scientists announced Friday.Only the El Niño-fueled winter of 2015-16 was warmer, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said. El Niño, a natural warming of sea…
bubmag
March 13, 2020