Greetings to everyone! I hope this week’s post finds all of you doing well. For the time being, the tropical Atlantic is quiet, but that could change over the next few weeks. In the meantime, I will share some infographics on preparing an emergency kit that will be helpful in any tropical storm or hurricane scenario. There are many other essential and important reads to review, so let’s get started.
- This is a fascinating astronomy read. “The Tharsis Region of Mars is Peppered With These Strange Pit Craters. Now They’ve Been Found Elsewhere.“
- Ice cores brought to the surface by scientists can have very old ice. This one has a chance at being the oldest ice core ever studied.
- July 2022 will go down in the record books as one of the hottest Julys on record. With over 2,000+ fatalities in Spain and Portugal alone, this heatwave is as much a natural disaster as any major flood event, hurricane, or tornado outbreak.
- The World Meteorological Organization has a very detailed review of the July 2022 temperatures across the Northern Hemisphere.
- How can we learn from these heatwaves to better prepare for the future climate? There are some valuable lessons that our species is learning fast, and hard.
- It’s been one year since the IPCC released their detailed climate report. Here’s a link to the report and all of the full details. Since then, there have been many extreme weather events around the world that have a clear connection to climate change. Most worrisome is the fact that many of these unprecedented events have taken place much sooner than anticipated.
- With the Atlantic hurricane season upon us, here are some excellent NOAA and National Weather Service hurricane safety resources all on one website.
HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS KIT
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