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Mysterious triangle looking like a cloaked craft appears in the sky over Kansas City, Missouri, Miami, Florida and Canada
This huge triangle was observed in the sky over Kansas City, Missouri, then on August 8, 2018, while driving south along the I-35 highway. What could this be? The strange shape in the clouds was observed for 3 minutes by the eyewitness.
As he drove out of the highway to the north, the mysterious shadow (of an unidentified flying object?) also disappeared behind the trees on the horizon.
This video of the strange sky phenomenon was submitted by the witness: Video Player 00:00

Cyclone Gita could be the southernmost tropical cyclone ever

Cyclone Gita could break a record by striking further south than any previous tropical cyclone, according to one forecaster.
The tropical cyclone is now classified as a strong Category 2 as it moves through the Pacific, where it is making a U-turn toward middle New Zealand.
Most of the North Island is due for a hot, humid Sunday as Gita pushes a rainband ahead of it.
But it's only the start, with the MetService warning of impending heavy rain and damaging winds when Gita arrives. The forecaster is warning people to prepare for Gita's arrival by tying down loose furniture and getting supplies ready.

The tropical cyclone is expected to curve southeast late today or early on Monday and track toward us.
While the MetService predicted Gita will have lost its cyclone status by the time it arrives late on Tuesday, Weatherwatch predicted the cyclone could still be a Category 2.
WeatherWatch forecaster Philip Duncan said he had never seen such a southern tropical cyclone before, tweeting that it could break a record if it remained a tropical cyclone when it arrived in the 40th parallel.
Even as an ex-cyclone, Gita will still be a major storm according to the MetService. Heavy rain and severe gales mean there will likely be significant coastal damage, with waves up to 12m.
Heavy rain is expected from Waitomo down to the Lakes district, while severe gales are likely to hit the upper South Island and the West Coast, as well as Taranaki and Wellington.

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