6th March - Today's News: Record High Temperatures in Cape Town
SA weather confirms record high temperatures for CT - reaching 42c on Tuesday, the highest ever recorded in Cape Town
Hundreds of stranded drivers finally on the move after some were stuck in their cars without food or heat for 24 hours on Kentucky highway after 2,000-mile-wide winter storm as late winter snowstorm blankets South, Northeast
In Europe, Balkan blizzard cuts off villages, electricity. One man dies in landslide in Bosnia as bad weather hits Balkans whilst skiers in cable car drama amid Italy storms
The elusive El Niño arrives: Forecasters predict it will stay weak, have little influence on weather and climate
Extreme rain may flood 54 million people by 2030 whilst another study suggests that the flood and drought risk to cities on rise even without climate change
Arctic sea ice is getting thinner faster than expected whilst around Finland, sea ice thinner than usual, FMI warns
Yucatan Peninsular hit by tsunami 1,500 years ago, evidence indicates - the question is what caused it. Could it be connected to the '536 AD Event', I wonder? Some argue it was caused by a volcanic eruption, but others favour a cometary impact.