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Author Topic: 🚩 Global Climate Chaos ☠️  (Read 47853 times)

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Re: 🚩 Global Climate Chaos ☠️
« Reply #885 on: May 31, 2017, 05:03:01 pm »
Moscow (CNN)A fierce storm whipped through Moscow on Monday, killing 16 people, toppling thousands of trees and damaging several buildings, officials said.
Eleven people were killed in Moscow and three others elsewhere in the region, said Svetlana Petrenko, spokeswoman for the Russian Investigative Committee. It's not clear where the other two victims died.

State-run news agency Tass reported that 168 people were injured in the storm -- the deadliest in years -- and 146 were hospitalized, according to Alexei Khripun, who leads Moscow's department of health.

Alexander Golod's pyramid in Istrinsky District, Moscow Region, was destroyed by the storm

Of the 108 people who remain in the hospital, 22 are children. Tass said the injuries range from cuts and bruises to head and spine injuries.

"I can't remember within my recollection any other such calamity with the number of dead and injured as big as this one," Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin told Tass, adding that the families of those killed will receive 1 million rubles ($17,760) each.

CNN meteorologist Taylor Ward said most of the damage appeared to come from strong straight-line winds, with gusts measuring 101 kph (63 mph).

According to Sobyanin, the storm uprooted about 3,500 trees. Transportation was affected in the capital and more than 50 flights were delayed in the region, Tass reported.

A woman walks past a fallen tree on a car after a heavy storm in Moscow.

The surrounding region endured similar damage, with 3,000 trees blown down, 322 cars damaged and the roofs of 42 houses and maternity clinics sustaining damage, Tass said.
In 1998, a strong wind storm hit Moscow, killing as many as 11 people.


Agelbert NOTE: Russia just got a visit from the ghost of Climate change Future. Putin had better start paying attention and get his head out of his fossil fuel worshiping ASS.

Predicted Wind Speed increases are SUPPOSED to be modest. But I think they are being overly conservative about the AMOUNT of increase, even though they are absolutely correct about the unavoidable INCREASE. If you have been subjected to any mendacious propaganda that claims Climate Change will produce "slower" wind speeds, be sure and throw this document at those LIARS:
Climate Change Effects On Wind Speed - 3Tier 

... changes likely will continue. A recent review of historic ... energy production of existing and planned wind ... Predicted changes in wind speeds due to global warming are expected to be modest, but ... els predict stronger surface wind speeds.
Rob not the poor, because he is poor: neither oppress the afflicted in the gate:
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