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Nine killed, 3.5 million affected as Typhoon "Rumbia" wreaks havoc across central and eastern China
At least 9 people have been killed and 18 injured after Typhoon "Rumbia" wreaked havoc across central and eastern China over the past couple of days. About 3 512 000 people have been affected as well as 420 000 hectares (1.37 million acres) of crops. The storm has also damaged more than 5 800 homes. The typhoon made landfall near the city Shanghai just after 04:00 local time August 17 (20:00 UTC, August 16) with maximum sustained winds around 90 km/h (55 mph). Jason Nicholls@jnmet TS pushing into eastern near . Heavy rain and

Surreal Sundog Phenomenon Lights up the Sky of Western Siberia



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Sundog! This mysterious sky phenomenon baffled John Bourke during the Great Sioux War of 1876-77. In his book ‘Mackenzie’s Last Fight with the Cheyennes: A Winter Campaign in Wyoming and Montana, he describes the three suns phenomenon as follow:
Part of the time we marched in the teeth of a biting storm of snow, and at every hour of the day the sun could be discerned sulking behind soft grey mists in company with rivals, known in the language of the plains as ‘Sun-dogs’, whose parahelic splendors warned the traveller of the approach of the ever-to-be-dreaded ‘blizzard’.
The powerful description of this mysterious sky phenomenon depicts exactly what people in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Western Siberia, Russia experienced on Nov. 25 due to extremely low temperatures. AND an ever-to-be-dreaded ‘blizzard’ could follow.
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sun dog phenomenon, three suns phenomenon, sundogs, sundog, sundog phenomenon

sun dog phenomenon, three suns phenomenon, sundogs, sundog, sundog phenomenon

sun dog phenomenon, three suns phenomenon, sundogs, sundog, sundog phenomenon


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