Posts Tagged ‘FIRE-EARTH FORECAST’
Posted by feww on June 26, 2014
UDCC will begin regular broadcasting on June 27, 2014
Our private system, ‘UDCC,’ will start regular broadcasts tomorrow, June 27, 2014 at 06:32UTC.
UDCCpf Channel will be operated jointly by EDRO and FIRE-EARTH.
FIRE-EARTH [JMC, ABM]
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Posted by feww on June 14, 2014
FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 106 has been released.
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Posted by feww on June 8, 2014
FIRE-EARTH Bulletin NO. 104 has been released.
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Posted by feww on May 22, 2014
HEIGHTENED GLOBAL SEISMICITY
SCENARIOS 07, 08
Bay of Bengal shaken by M6.0 quake
Centered at 18.3°N, 87.9°E, the quake occurred at a depth of about 10km, according to India Meteorological Department (IMD).
Preliminary Earthquake Report
Date and Time of Occurrence: 21/05/2014 at 16:21:50 UTC
Epicenter: 18.3°N, 87.9°E
Region: BAY OF BENGAL
- 274km (170mi) SE of Konarka, India
- 288km (179mi) SE of Puri, India
- 658km (409mi) SSW of Dhaka, Bangladesh
FIRE-EARTH EQ Forecast
The next detailed FIRE-EARTH Earthquake Forecast will be released together with Bulletin NO. 99 later today (May 22, 2014).
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Posted by feww on May 1, 2014
EXTREME WEATHER & CLIMATIC EVENTS
DROUGHT STATES OF EMERGENCY
Wildfire Threatens Wealthy Communities East of Los Angeles
The blaze, dubbed the Etiwanda Fire, broke out in the San Bernardino National Forest, fanned by hurricane force-winds of up to 130 km/h amid exceptional drought and unseasonably hot weather in the region.
The fast-moving fire had burnt more than 1,000 acres by Wednesday afternoon, and forced mandatory evacuations of about 1,700 residences in the foothills of mountains north of Rancho Cucamonga.
Authorities also evacuated Los Osos High School and canceled classes at Chaffey College for the day, said Cal Fire.
Exceptional Drought – States of Emergency
With California’s driest months ahead, Governor Brown has issued a second executive order in just three month to “redouble state drought actions, and has called on all Californians to redouble their efforts to conserve water.”
“The driest months are still to come in California and extreme drought conditions will get worse,” said Brown. “This order cuts red tape to help get water to farmers more quickly, ensure communities have safe drinking water, protect vulnerable species and prepare for an extreme fire season. I call on every city, every community, every Californian to conserve water in every way possible.”
FIRE-EARTH Forecast: The worsening drought and other climatic conditions in California are setting the stage for a potentially very destructive fire season throughout the state, as well as in the West, South and Central U.S.
Etiwanda Fire Incident Information:
Date/Time Started: April 30, 2014 8:00 am
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE San Bernardino / USFS / Rancho Cucamonga Fire
County: San Bernardino County
Location: North of Rancho Cucamonga
Acres Burned: 1,000 acres
Structures Threatened: Structures remain threatened
Structures Destroyed: 1 structure damaged
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Posted by feww on April 3, 2014
NEW EARTHQUAKE WARNING
MEGA EARTHQUAKE IN PERU-CHILE TRENCH
POWERFUL AFTERSHOCKS FROM M8.2
DISASTER DECLARED FOR EQ ZONE
Magnitudes 7.6 and 6.4 Aftershocks Strike Northern Chile Coast
Details of Significant Aftershocks Measuring ≥5.0 April 3 UTC
- M5.2, 82km WSW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 04:17:57 UTC depth of 18.2 km
- M4.5, 50km WSW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 04:04:45 UTC depth of 20.0 km
- M5.1, 77km WNW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 03:45:55 UTC depth of 21.3 km
- M5.8, 76km SW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 03:11:14 UTC depth of 10.0 km
- M5.6, 71km SW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 02:56:06 UTC depth of 16.7 km
- M7.6, 19km S of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 02:43:17 UTC depth of 40.0 km
- M6.4, 47km W of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-03 01:58:29 UTC depth of 10.0 km
Tsunami alerts have been issued.
Earthquake Location Map. SOURCE: USGS/EHP
FIRE-EARTH FORECAST: Mega Earthquake Could Strike Peru-Chile Trench in the next three weeks with a probability of 54%.
See below for details:
Forecast Earthquake Details
Provisional Magnitude: 9.4Mw
Provisional Location: 17.8°S, 72.1°W
Provisional Depth: 12 km
Date/Time: April 3 – April 30 2014
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Posted by feww on March 17, 2014
EXTREME WEATHER & CLIMATIC EVENTS
MULTIPLE HAZARD WARNINGS
Unusually late winter storm pounding U.S. Mid-Atlantic
Late winter storm impacting central Appalachians and mid-Atlantic through Monday, just 4 days before the spring, dumping between six and 13.5 inches (34cm) of snow on parts of West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and southern New Jersey, shutting schools and federal offices and forcing hundreds of flight cancellations. The hardest hit area was Washington, D.C., said NWS. .
High wind and warm weather over the Desert Southwest has prompted NWS to issue Red Flag Warnings for large parts of at least seven states, including Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas , Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas.
Hazardous weather warnings include Winter Storm Warning, High Wind Warning, Flood Warning, Gale Warning and Red Flag Warning.
Weather Hazards Map (Hazmap) for Monday, March 17, 2014. Issued at 14:26UTC. Source: NWS. UPDATE
National Low and High Temperature
(for the contiguous United States)
Issued by NWS Weather Prediction Center at 8 am EDT Monday, March 17, 2014
- -29ºC (-20 degrees) at Berlin, NH
- -29ºC at Mount Washington, NH
- 34.5ºC (94 degrees) at Miramar NAS, CA
- 34.5ºC at Death Valley, CA
Temperature spread (calculated by FIRE-EARTH) = 63.5ºC (114.3 degrees).
National Low and High Temperature – Issued 7 pm EST Tuesday, January 21, 2014
- Low: -38ºC (-37 degrees) at Embarrass, MN
- High: 29ºC (84 degrees) at Camarillo, CA
Temperature spread for Jan. 21 was 67ºC (121 degrees).
On January 7, 2014 FIRE-EARTH said [Google and WordPress censored]:
FIRE-EARTH Models show more Extreme Weather Events could wreak havoc across North America in the coming days and weeks.
- States of Emergency Declared for NY & CT February 14, 2014
- State of Emergency Declared in Tennessee February 13, 2014
- NJ Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Deadly Snowstorm February 13, 2014
- State of Emergency Declared in Maryland February 12, 2014
- Virginia Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Deadly Storm February 12, 2014
- Deadly Ice and Snow Blanket U.S. South February 12, 2014
- States of Emergency Declared in 4 States February 11, 2014
- States of Emergency Declared in New York, Pennsylvania February 6, 2014
- Disaster Emergency Declared in Multiple States Feb. 5, 2014
- State of Disaster Emergency Declared in Kansas Feb. 5, 2014
- State of Emergency Declared in New Jersey February 4, 2014
- Polar Déjà vu January 22, 2014
Energy Emergency Links
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Posted by feww on March 17, 2014
FEWW Earthquake Forecast for Chile
FIRE-EARTH Models show a large earthquake could strike along Peru-Chile Trench in the coming weeks.
- Magnitude: ≥8.2Mw
- Location: 23.6°S, 70.8ºW
- Depth: 30km
- Time: March 17 – April 29, 2014
- Probability of Occurrence: 75%
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