Cyclone Gita Smashing Large parts of New Zealand
The cyclone swept across the Pacific last week, bringing destruction and devastation to Tonga and Samoa. It's now expected to slam into New Zealand's southern North Island and the northern half of the South Island. What you need to know: Gale-force gusts, slips, flooding and coastal inundation is predictedCivil Defence staff are being pre-deployed to the areas that will be worst affectedNew Zealanders are being urged to prepare emergency evacuation plans and have a grab-bag readyMajor travel disruptions are predicted to hit urban centers
Here's the latest position & forecast track of Tropical Cyclone (TC) Gita at 8pm. TC Gita is expected to transition into a subtropical low around midnight tonight & will then be referred to as Cyclone Gita. What does it mean to drop the 'tropical' find out — MetService (@MetService) February 19, 2018

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Seismologists Warn Catastrophic Yellowstone Eruption Imminent magma chamber pressure buildingPublished on Feb 14, 2018 YELLOWSTONE Supervolcano is “under strain” according to a group of seismologists who are monitoring the potentially catastrophic volcano, prompting fears an eruption is imminent. A process known as deformation, where subsurface rocks subtly change shapes, is occurring beneath the surface of Yellowstone which alerts experts.

A powerful 5.9 magnitude earthquake has struck the Mexican state of Oaxaca, with shockwaves hitting the country’s capital Mexico City. The quake rocked Oaxaca state in southwestern Mexico, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). The epicenter, which lay at a depth of 40km, was close to the city of Pinotepa Nacional, which has a population of 26,000. The earthquake woke residents of Mexico City, with many people running into the streets. Emma Torres Cantú@EmmaTorres_RT Se activó el protocolo de revisión en la
Powerful Eruption Mount Sinabung Volcano in Sumatra
The eruption of the volcano has not ended:  Just a few days after the official alert status of the volcano had been decreased from 4 (highest) to 3 on the Indonesian scale of 1-4, a sudden, moderately violent explosion occurred this morning. 

The short-lived explosion began at 11:49 local time and produced a dense ash-loaded plume that rose quickly to approx. 1500 m above the volcano. It seems likely to have been a vulcanian-style explosion, caused by sudden release of accumulated gas pressure trapped inside the sticky magma in the upper conduit and shows that even though the overall activity has been slowing down and the eruption is likely approaching its end, the volcano remains dangerous.

A high impact volcanic ash eruption started at Sinabung volcano, Indonesia at 01:53 UTC on Monday, February 19, 2018. Pyroclastic flows traveled 3.5 km (2.1 miles) and 4.9 km (3 miles) from the summit. Ash plume was reaching an altitude of 16.7 km (5…