Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Temperatures on Yesterday’s post of Great Falls, Chicago and NYC are live and current. Please refer as and when.

North America experiences a storm of a lifetime from Texas to Ontario

From the press;


The following is a list of storm snowfall totals as of midday Tuesday.

-Oklahoma City, Okla.: 12.0"
-Tulsa, Okla.: 12.5"
-Owasso, Okla. (3 mi. E): 16.5"
-Hominy, Okla.: 17.0"
-Miami, Okla.: 13.0"
-Vinita, Okla.: 12.0"
-Eufaula, Okla.: 10.0"
-Claremore, Okla.: 9.5"
-Yukon, Okla.: 8.0"
-Bartlesville, Okla.: 8.0"
-Abilene, Texas: 5.0"
-Fort Worth, Texas: 1.0"
-Decatur, Texas: 4.0"
-Gravette, Ark.: 7.0"
-Dennis, Kan.: 10.0"
-New Bloomfield, Mo.: 9.0"
-Fair Play, Mo.: 13.0"
-Joplin, Mo." 14.5"
-Goodson, Mo.: 11.0"

More Pictorial Details on Mark's Blog...

And in theEastern Hemisphere:

Severe Cat. 5 Cyclone Yasi has hit land about 2 hrs ago near Mission Beach, Queensland.
On striking the coast, winds with gusts up to 290 km/h between Cairns and Ingham andthe adjacent ranges will extend inlandand gradually weaken.
The core. with a pressure of 930 hpa and winds at 205 kmph and in gusts of 285 kmph will pass the coast in the next 2/3 hours, and will be very destructive and violent.
Movement will be at 23 kmph in a W-SW direction now.

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