Magnitude 5+ Earthquakes – Global

5.0 Earthquake hits the Banda Sea.

5.0 Earthquake hits the Andreanof Islands in the Aleutian Islands.

Storms and Floods

Tropical Storms – Roundup of Tropical Storms:

In the Eastern Pacific: Tropical Depression Twenty-E is located about 410 mi…660 km S of Manzanillo Mexico with maximum sustained winds…35 mph…55 km/h. Present movement…WNW or 290 degrees at 16 mph…26 km/h.

Invest 90E is an area of disturbed weather in the East Pacific that has the potential for further tropical development.


Boston, USA – Two construction workers died due to flooding at South End street, Boston Friday night. A powerful surge of water killed two people working inside 12 to 15 foot deep trench on Dartmouth Street. A fast-moving storm dumped as much as 4 inches of rain on the Central Massachusetts town of Sterling.

Nature – Images

Interesting Images

Strange hexagonal clouds spotted over the Bermuda Triangle called as “air bombs” by scientists have been dubbed as the root cause of all mysterious vanishing of planes and ships at the doomed patch in the Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico.

According to meteorologists, the hexagonal clouds can trigger 170mph hurricane-like force, capable of destroying planes and ships in no time. Air blasts running at a speed of 170 mph plus can sink ships and crash planes without a trace.

Hexagonal clouds over bermuda triangle


Drought in Madagascar

A severe drought in southern Madagascar has led to major food shortages across the island nation, raising the risk of widespread famine.

UN agencies warned of a potential “catastrophe”, as around half of the population in southern Madagascar – nearly 850,000 people – are experiencing “alarming” levels of hunger.

This is the third consecutive year in a row that crops have failed and water availability is extremely low.

The drought has left around 20 percent of households in southern Madagascar experiencing emergency levels of hunger.


Japanese Encephalitis Outbreak Worsens In Odisha

With the death of three more children, the number of deaths in Japanese Encephalitis outbreak rose to 61 in six weeks in Odisha’s Malkangiri district.

Unconfirmed reports, however, put the number of deaths due to the vector-borne disease at 65, which has affected around 100 villages spread over six of the seven blocks in the district.

At present, five affected children are being treated at the district headquarter hospital and two of them are in the Intensive Care Unit, a senior district official said.