Just learned this one today. (It’s a cartoon).
5 Sep 11 – Heavy snowfalls likely by late October and early November for many parts of UK and Ireland,
2 Sep 11 – The newly discovered fault stretches about 20 miles (32.2 km) from the northern flank of Mount Hood to the Columbia River.
31 Aug 11 – “One problem with ‘global warming’ that scientists and journalists seem to gloss over is that it doesn’t seem to be, well, global,
Validation for my evolution/magnetic reversal theories from Dr. S. C. Tsakas in Athens.
3 Sep 11 – This year, the U.S. has had a record 10 weather catastrophes costing more than a billion dollars:
2 Sep 11 – Following an intense week of earthquakes and tremors, experts believe magma is slowly filling inside Iceland’s massive Katla volcano,
3 Sep 11 – The Volcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation Center (PVMBG) has elevated the status of three volcanoes in Nusa Tenggara from normal to alert, according to an official.
31 Aug 11 – Popocatepetl volcano spewed ash more than 3,200 feet (1 km) into the sky four times on Tuesday, Mexico’s national disaster prevention agency said.
The agency said there was a possibility ash could fall on to Mexico City overnight, and urged people to stay at least 7 miles (12 km) from the crater.
The three-mile-high volcano, pronounced po-po-ka-TEH-peh-tel, is located about 36 miles (65 km) southeast of the Mexican capital.
Thanks to Laurel for this link
2 Sep 11 – “Wow. This could be a very heavy, prolific rainmaker,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Frank Revitte.