Magnitude 5+ Earthquakes – Global
7.1 Earthquake hits near the east coast of Honshu, Japan.
The earthquake triggered a tsunami of up to 1.4 meters around Sendai, about 70 kilometres north of Fukushima. The earthquake briefly disrupted the cooling functions at a nuclear plant, the same region devastated by a massive quake, tsunami and nuclear disaster in 2011. At least 14 people were reported injured, three with broken bones.
5.6 Earthquake hits North Island, New Zealand.
5.4 Earthquake hits near the east coast of Honshu, japan.
5.3 Earthquake hits South island, New3 Zealand.
5.3 Earthquake hits near the east coast of Honshu, Japan.
Two 5.2 Earthquakes hit near the east coast of Honshu, Japan.
5.1 Earthquake hits near the east coast of Honshu, Japan.
5.0 Earthquake hits the Prince Edward Islands.
5.0 Earthquake hits west of Macquarie Island.
5.0 Earthquake hits eastern Honshu, Japan.
5.0 Earthquake hits near the east coast of Honshu, Japan.
Tropical Storms – Roundup of Tropical Storms:
In the North Atlantic:
Tropical Storm Otto is located about 225 mi…360 km se of San Andres Island and about 335 mi…545 km ESE of Bluefields Nicaragua with maximum sustained winds…70 mph…110 km/h. Present movement…stationary.
Invest 90L is an area of disturbed weather in the North Atlantic that has the potential for further tropical development.
England – Homes and businesses were flooded across a swath of south-west England, schools were shut, dozens of roads closed and major rail lines blocked. By Monday evening rail travellers were being told not to try to travel to the West Country. Though the worst of the deluge is thought to be over, more flooding was expected on Tuesday as rain that had fallen on high ground fed through rivers and streams on to lower, saturated ground. Coming hard on the heels of Storm Angus, which swept across the UK at the weekend, rivers struggled to cope with the latest deluge. As darkness fell on Monday evening there were 45 flood warnings – meaning flooding is expected, with immediate action required – in place, mainly in Devon, Somerset and Dorset.