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The Largest Storm on the Planet.

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Andie

Posted 28 May 2015 - 06:30 AM

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I've been lucky enough to go down to New Zealand and look around. It's probably the most beautiful land I've ever seen and the open hospitality of its residents has not been matched in my experience.

They're currently dealing with the largest low pressure storm on the planet. My question is, is this a rare anomaly or is this the beginning of something new ? Scroll down to the bottom of the article for the animation. It's early in the Southern Hemisphere winter so it makes you sit up and take notice. I've read articles on the reduced melt on the poles so perhaps we have some changes ahead.

http://www.nzherald....jectid=11454421

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ClaireAnderson

Posted 04 June 2015 - 12:57 AM

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Well it amounts to something really huge when the air pressure at the centre of the storm is greater than that of Hurricane Katrina. 


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Posted 12 September 2015 - 08:53 PM

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I have heard that El Nino is coming back to my country and that is a big worry for us



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Posted 07 October 2015 - 02:33 AM

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I have heard that El Nino is coming back to my country and that is a big worry for us

The presence of El Niño can influence global weather, climate, ocean conditions, and marine fisheries. El Niño will likely contribute to a below normal Atlantic hurricane season, and to above-normal hurricane seasons in both the central and eastern Pacific hurricane basins.


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